@AlexStandiford You can also listen to twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-googl… about the Scuttlebutt protocol for a decentralized social networking. It’s still pretty complicated scuttlebutt.nz/get-started/
@AlexStandiford From SQL tables to wooden tables?
@AlexStandiford After several weeks we saw no effect of the design variation on the number of form submissions. It was safe to roll out the new design.
@AlexStandiford Concrete example: coderpad.io/sales/
I ran an A/B test on this page. The control was just the form. The variation was this page with the colored slider thingy on the left. The test was to see if the colored slider thingy effected number of form submissions.
@AlexStandiford You have two versions of a page. The test runs. Results are determined. The variation either makes a difference in conversions or not. Repeat as needed. It will probably take several weeks to get enough statistically relevant data depending on traffic numbers.
@AlexStandiford The hardest part is evenly splitting the traffic for a test. Use Google Optimize. It’s easy and you can run tests without needing dev work.
@AlexStandiford What do you want to know?
@AlexStandiford Divisible by π + lots of zza
@AlexStandiford A cat apartment complex you meow-lord you.
@AlexStandiford A perpetual motion machine
@magicroundabout @AlexStandiford @schlessera @WPAleks @haveibeenpwned So WP-CLI would need your plain text password inorder to get the SHA-1 hash to accurately compare it against the pwned password API. Just taking it out of the database (and WordPress has no idea what your plain text password is) is useless since the hash will be different
@magicroundabout @AlexStandiford @schlessera @WPAleks @haveibeenpwned I don’t see how this could work since the @haveibeenpwned API stores SHA-1 hashes of plain text passwords but WordPress stores a hashed version of salted passwords. And the salt is different (usually) for every single WordPress site. See api.wordpress.org/secret-key/1.1…
@AlexStandiford You probably had it the right way but then the Tyler suddenly shifted and next thing you know they’re wearing everything backwards
@AlexStandiford Amazon still has details about my first order from 2004 so… 18 years?
@AlexStandiford Some people go with RACES but I go with ABUSE which is what Wordle is
@AlexStandiford I have a whole computer next to me dedicated to playing music (and Zoom calls)
@AlexStandiford It’s annoying to read a Twitter thread. Give me a URL I can open and never come back to.