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This is awesome! contains a lot of detail!

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I think advertisement is still a problem. You might not want your users watch the other AD. :p

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exactly, doesn't youtube have AD?

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I think Youtube doesn't have AD for embed player by default at least for now. :)

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It does for sure

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You might be interesting in when your users quit from the video. That can help you optimize the video or your product. And it aslo can give where the audiences from.

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It looks interesting. Thanks for the info. Just watched. :D

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Yup. Ryan did a great job on the timeago lib. We have ever discussed about the pull request but finally find that we changed lots of the logic about how to deal with the relative timestamp. So we started a new one to give an optional choice.

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Thanks for the feedback. We are working hard to integrate the github(and some other services) with Pragmatic.ly. I believe you will like that. So please keep up with us and you will see the update in the near future.

We use the Ruby on Rails as the backend. And use Spine.js for the front-end MVC framework. For the the real time part, we use a service called Pusher.

Up to now, this combo works pretty well for us.

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Thank you for the feedback. We also love Asana. It works good but not quite well for us especially on software project management field. I agree the layout looks like Asana but we do a lot UX work instead of just riping off the Asana. Keep up with Pragmatic.ly to let us show you we're not a ripoff. :)

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It's a awesome app. This is the way I want, for sharing files. BTW, is it created by Macruby?

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We didn't end up writing the Mac client in MacRuby. We considered it, but to be on the safe side we decided to just go plain Objective-C.

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