[site] mog

so becky said mog is out, i remeber seeing it about a year ago on
craigslist but didnt apply since it sounded like a last.fm ripoff and
why waste time reinventing a wheel?..anyways, im wondering if it
performs ok for anyone? it keeps freezing up on my trying to edit the
page. sometimes a response comes back after about 10 seconds. im only
guessing it runs rails, based on the gratuitous use of scriptaculous
(which is is fucking up in opera 9.0, but who am i to complain) and the
?[0-9]+ stuff on image urls, but is there a better heuristic than that?
eg can netcraft detect rails?

anyways since i finished slogging it off, heres some publicity:

http://mog.com/

maybe it will perform better tomorow. but youd think with 1.6 million
theyd be able to figure out the clustering/load balancing first, and
maybe even buy a few advance copies of RITE…

Yep. Looks like Rails. The way it appends a session ID to css and js
URLs to prevent caching looks like RoR, and on the search form on the
/browse page, sure enough, there are RoR-style form field names and ids.

According to Netcraft, the webserver responding is Mongrel. Would it
normally report that if it were being proxied behind apache or lighttpd?

It’s not clear to me that they have more than one HTTP server running
right now.

carmen wrote:

so becky said mog is out, i remeber seeing it about a year ago on
craigslist but didnt apply since it sounded like a last.fm ripoff and
why waste time reinventing a wheel?..anyways, im wondering if it
performs ok for anyone? it keeps freezing up on my trying to edit the
page. sometimes a response comes back after about 10 seconds. im only
guessing it runs rails, based on the gratuitous use of scriptaculous
(which is is fucking up in opera 9.0, but who am i to complain) and the
?[0-9]+ stuff on image urls, but is there a better heuristic than that?
eg can netcraft detect rails?

anyways since i finished slogging it off, heres some publicity:

http://mog.com/

maybe it will perform better tomorow. but youd think with 1.6 million
theyd be able to figure out the clustering/load balancing first, and
maybe even buy a few advance copies of RITE…

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