aheum, maybe another really silly question, but when we are actually discussing a patch, we have:
- screenshot approach or uploading a patch approach
- text approach " connect a nodex to input of node y then > to …"
Is it possible and interresting in future to have a kind of schematic in the forum:
something enabling abstract nodes representation + connexions directly in the forum syntax ?
or a little board enabling to answer directly user by calling schematic represenation of nodes ?
voilà, it was the very dummy idea of the day.
i started working on exactly that problem some weeks ago, so i wouldn’t consider this a dummy idea at all :)
right now, there’s only the data used, which is present in the xml, being nodes, links and only non-default pins, so the pins aren’t aligned the same way as they are in vvvv. using nodelist.xml additionally would propably solve this.
i already talked to joreg about using this in the vvvvorums. they will thing about ways to integrate it. my suggestion would be a separate field in forum posts, you can paste vvvv code into.
i like what i’m seeing here. :)
way to go, sagishi!
Sorry for the late reply, I was at OFFF and a few days at the beach after that. I quite like the idea as well. Maybe It could be possible to just paste in the vvvv-xml in between two special tags. sagishis script could then just translate that into svg.
@sagishi: Does your script work on all browsers? I’m on chrome here and it looks excellent.
Omg, sagishi script is awesome. I think it’s really nice solution - we can create something like Gist for VVVV code with ability to embed it to our blogs.
just a quick follow up on this. we’re thinking about it and we like the idea, but the vvvviewer is not quite ready for the site yet and we have a few things we think are more important further to the top of our list. you’ll here from either @joreg or me as soon as we’ve made progress on this.
but at the same time patching in the browser would become possible and entirely compatible…
(and with web sockets the patching could be done on another machine / over the internet)