MinggeJS



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    I usually quote a few of the juiciest bits. But this time, I... I just can't pick. Troll or genuine, it deserves to be preserved in its entirety.


    minggeJS

    Since the awesome screenshot plugin shearkhoto, I started an new copy of JQUERY which is made by Chinese. Why I started this? Frankly speaking, I had never use jQUERY before because I hate JQUERY badly. What is the reason of that? Because I am absolutely able to build such a damn library and fully realize the technical detail in jQUERY. But JQUERY is a giant of Front-End and has a huge number of believers, which inspired me and brought an idea — How about start an new one JQUERY that using my mind. After the idea came out, I started this project.

    I gave it a fucking cool name: MingGeJs.

    What is MingGeJs? It is a project took me a week to done and a JS library which has the same syntax, same methods and same usage with JQUERY. But MingGeJs is better than jQ in Animations, Selector and method performance. BTW, MingGeJs works with IE 6, 7 and 8 very well. Of course, you can use MingGeJs and jQUERY together.

    Its name is MingGeJs while MingGe is my name. This library will remind you of me when you see its name and remind you of the fact that this library is made by Chinese. We have to show our skill to the world and let them know our project also good, even better than theirs.

    I have not a Bachelor degree even never enter a high school. I have no any idea about English. But, it will not stop me on the road to succeed. MingGeJS has a huge and distant goal that means taking over half of users of JQUERY in the whole world. MingGeJs is an open source project that hosted in GIT, I welcome all of you to have a try!

    I am MingGe. I initiative, let's give a support to Chinese-made minggeJS library as Chineses.

    minggeJS Release v1.7

    TODO



  • MingeJS :laughing:


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    For the Engrish version:

    @drduan said:

    Following the outstanding works shearphoto screenshot plugin, I again introduced domestic cottage JQUERY, why do I want to develop a cottage JQUERY? To be honest I've never JQUERY, because I dislike JQUERY. Why I dislike, because I totally have the ability to develop JQUERY underlying JQUERY I are well aware of. I have been using to develop plug-native JS, we can look for work in front of me is to use native JS shearphoto written. Although I dislike JQUERY, but JQUERY was in the front sector occupies a large number of users to share, then I have an idea, it is better to re-develop one of their own thoughts, their own infrastructure JQUERY. I had the idea will be realized JQUERY cottage road

    I gave him a domineering name: MingGeJs,

    What MingGeJs is? It was a week I finished work, it is a JS library, which has the same syntax and JQUERY the same function, the same function usage, but the animation, choose performance, function efficiency are above JQ, compatible with IE 678, at the same time compatible with JQUERY

    It's called MingGeJs, MingGe is my name, a plug-in to see the name of the author is to know me, know that it is made in China, to let others know homemade libraries do very well as outstanding

    I educational level is not high, middle school! English will not be the last part, but I believe that if you work hard and they can achieve their dreams. MingGeJS dream a little bold, it is on a global scale, accounting

    JQUERY 50 percent more users share. MingGeJs GIT has been open, welcome of all the front-end experts for evaluation of MingGeJs library!

    I mingge Please support domestic minggeJS library, because we are all Chinese people.

    Edit: TIL "Fucking" = "Domineering" in Chinese?



  • @Tsaukpaetra said:

    Edit: TIL "Fucking" = "Domineering" in Chinese?

    so... the Chinese are microagressing against subs, have I got that right?



  • @cartman82 said:

    We have to show our skill to the world and let them know our project also good, even better than theirs.

    Do they not teach modesty over there?


  • Dupa

    @LB_ said:

    Do they not teach modesty over there?

    Why would a country that has minds capable of creating MingGeJS have the need to teach anyone modesty?


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    @cartman82 said:

    mingge

    :fries: :eyes:

    @cartman82 said:

    MingGe is my name

    :seye: :fries:

    @loopback0 said:

    MingeJS :laughing:

    :ey

    PoeLawException in line 65: trollIndex expects a number as argument, ??? given.


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    @cartman82 said:

    minggeJS Release v1.7

    i'm no expert really, but you know what that looks like to me.... a messed about, shuffled, and variable renamed version of most of jQuery 1.7.2

    but then i'm no foresnsic expert so i might be wrong.



  • @accalia said:

    i'm no expert really, but you know what that looks like to me.... a messed about, shuffled, and variable renamed version of most of jQuery 1.7.2

    but then i'm no foresnsic expert so i might be wrong.

    That's what I thought. Copy/paste jQuery code, change the name and ship it out. If they could undercut jQuery price, they'd do so too.


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    @cartman82 said:

    If they could undercut jQuery price, they'd do so too.

    Look, if they pay me to change a single <script> tag in my project, that would be cheaper than jQuery, right?



  • Obviously you don't know. You aren't smart enough to forensic expert.

    Minge supports IE 6/7/8... JQuery only supports 9+: https://jquery.com/browser-support/

    That obviously makes MGJ (MinGeJs) more enterprisey, since enterprises care more about LTS.

    edit: lol 99 issues opened in 3 days https://github.com/drduan/minggeJS/issues - well on the path to succeed without never enter high school.


  • SockDev

    @WernerCD said:

    Minge supports IE 6/7/8... JQuery 2.x only supports 9+:

    FTFY.

    jquery 1.x supports IE6+ as the link you provided clearly stated.

    the "lifted" version of jquery i cited was 1.7.2, a version that supports IE6+



  • https://github.com/bhuztez/minggeJS/commit/1452cb657b9eee17c492ad3fe611c3e0bab31abf

    Almost as bad as the first... bad English translation of worse English.



  • So... copy something, give it a Chinese name, and proudly boast that China are strong independent eastern country who don't need no western man.

    It's a shame all that national pride isn't better spent.


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    @anotherusername said:

    So... copy something, give it a Chinese name, and proudly boast that China are strong independent eastern country who don't need no western man.

    Could be a troll for all we know, though.



  • @LB_ said:

    Do they not teach modesty over there?

    The country whose tourists frequently scribble on 4,000 year old ruins?

    The country with an "epidemic" of passengers opening emergency exit doors on planes for trivial reasons?


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    @blakeyrat said:

    passengers opening emergency exit doors on planes

    Stewardesses should be allowed to push anyone who tries that without a good reason out the door.

    ETA: Oh, wait, these appear to mostly be happening while taxiing or at the gate. Well, so much for evolution in action, but I still stand by the punishment. Looks like the people who do it wind up with a couple weeks in jail to think about it.



  • @FrostCat said:

    Stewardesses

    So much for equality...



  • Jon Stewart will also be allowed to push people out of planes.

    Are you happy now?



  • A Fucking gangster name minggeJS
    http://www.minggejs.org/en.html



  • @LB_ said:

    Do they not teach modesty over there?

    @blakeyrat said:

    The country whose tourists frequently scribble on 4,000 year old ruins?

    The country with an "epidemic" of passengers opening emergency exit doors on planes for trivial reasons?

    Let's not forget their common practice of yanking a kid's pants off in public and hoisting them above the nearest shrubbery or trash can or even just letting them squat and relieve themselves right on the street.

    Better yet, just put them in pants with a giant hole in the crotch. Saves having to take anything off:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=china+potty+training&safe=active&tbm=isch



  • @FrostCat said:

    @blakeyrat said:
    passengers opening emergency exit doors on planes

    Stewardesses should be allowed to push anyone who tries that without a good reason out the door.

    ETA: Oh, wait, these appear to mostly be happening while taxiing or at the gate. Well, so much for evolution in action, but I still stand by the punishment. Looks like the people who do it wind up with a couple weeks in jail to think about it.

    If the engine's running, I'm pretty sure that's still got a good chance of being lethal.



  • Unless it's one of those little Bombardier Canadian commuters, it's a pretty far drop, too.


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    @PleegWat said:

    If the engine's running, I'm pretty sure that's still got a good chance of being lethal.

    If the plane's taxiing around, the engine's probably not turned up high enough to suck someone in from wherever the emergency exit happens to be.

    I mean, I assume. Maybe it is, I dunno. Has anyone ever done tests?


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    @FrostCat said:

    Has anyone ever done tests?

    We should totally advertise this!

    Who wants a Darwin Award? We're handing them out like candy for those who qualify, just do this one thing and you'll get your trophy!


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    @Tsaukpaetra said:

    @FrostCat said:
    Has anyone ever done tests?

    We should totally advertise this!

    Who wants a Darwin Award? We're handing them out like candy for those who qualify, just do this one thing and you'll get your trophy!

    :rolleyes:
    Apparently the idea that you could do it without using people (or even animals as opposed to, say, sacks of grain) wasn't obvious.


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    whoosh?



  • Yes, followed by...I'm not sure how to type the sound a wood chipper makes.


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    @kilroo said:

    how to type the sound a wood chipper makes.

    Approximated transcription from Stock Free [English, US, Natural 94]:

    Kacklunk? Kneear-ar-erar-r-rar-erar-erar-plun-erararaaara-ha-are, sch-whee?



  • @kilroo said:

    Yes, followed by...I'm not sure how to type the sound a wood chipper makes.

    Imagine the sound of a multi-million dollar jet engine utterly destroying itself. It'd sound like that.

    But hey, sacks of grain are really cheap, so it evens out.


  • I survived the hour long Uno hand

    @anotherusername said:

    common practice

    I love how the article you linked says this is a Chinese thing, then points out that in Beijing diapers are required in public. So uh... it must not be working out well for them.



  • @MingGeJS said:

    A Fucking gangster name minggeJShttp://www.minggejs.org/en.html

    You need a better avatar for that troll account.



  • My name is MingGe, which is also a fucking gangster's name in China.

    He might just be the real deal... Want a siren badge?


    Filed under: not mutually exclusive with "troll"



  • @Maciejasjmj said:

    He might just be the real deal... Want a siren badge?

    Need more evidence.

    Hey @boomzilla, how about an ip check. This guy from China?



  • Indeed. Some guy in Mumbai just went through a jet engine.



  • @Tsaukpaetra said:

    > Who wants a Darwin Award? We're handing them out like candy for those who qualify, just do this one thing and you'll get your trophy!

    You'll also need to find someone who owns such a plane and is silly enough to lend it to us.



  • @cartman82 said:

    Hey @boomzilla, how about an ip check. This guy from China?

    Yes, but the email doesn't match the github account.


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    @boomzilla said:

    @cartman82 said:
    Hey @boomzilla, how about an ip check. This guy from China?

    Yes, but the email doesn't match the github account.

    :fa_tinfoil_hat:



  • @Onyx said:

    :fa_tinfoil_hat:

    :fa_dissapoint: there is no :fa_tinfoil_hat:



  • Or you could ask some of the passengers who were on this flight:


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    @anotherusername said:

    a pilot accidentally switched the engine on.

    Yet another thing the movies got wrong. If they would be believed, you need to flip row after row of switches to even get it to light up the control panel.
    Now I know that the certain engines MUST be started up pre-taxi, and from there it's a simple "oops" to get the rest of them to kick on....



  • Well, it was an abnormal start sequence... the plane had no auxiliary power (the battery that cranks the starters on the plane's engines, basically). During a "normal" startup, with the plane's auxiliary power unit working, the plane would be towed/pushed clear of the parking bay and into position, they'd check that no one was near the engines, and then the pilot would start them. But they wouldn't even start the engines until the plane was out of its parking bay and clear of the ground crew... normally.

    Apparently, a bunch of their planes have busted auxiliary power units, and instead of repairing them, they just jump-start one of the main engines while it's still parked and tethered to external power. Then the ground crew pushes/tows the plane out of its parking bay with that engine already running, they clear out and the pilot revs the one engine to generate enough electrical power to start the other one. Everything is online and running at that point and it was literally just a matter of the pilot giving it more gas at the wrong time.



  • We need an "AMA Chinese developer" like the one of India. So much wisdom.

    BTW, we on the west have been with planes and all for the past 50+ years and we have gone from propellers to jets to jumbos. Your average Chinese is probably owning the first family car and boarding a jumbo.

    Is like an ex Alibaba employee said at a congress I went. The west had small shops, then department stores, then malls and then came the Internet with eBay and Amazon. The Chinese went from small shop to fucking huge Alibaba directly.

    No wonder they fuck up sometimes.



  • @anotherusername said:

    the battery that cranks the starters on the plane's engines

    You got the concept right, but it's a running gas turbine not a battery, and it's compressing air to run the air conditioning and start the other engines. It does generate electrical power but that's not used for starting.

    @anotherusername said:

    just a matter of the pilot giving it more gas at the wrong time

    The ground crew are going to be aware of what's going on when the first engine is started (also because it appears the airline is cheap and most of their planes are busted so this isn't so abnormal). They're not going to be anywhere near it. Even if they are, those engines don't start or rev up very quickly. Why didn't he move away quickly enough when the first engine was throttled up or the second started, whichever ate him? There's more to the story than stated in the article. At a minimum, the full story probably involves a lax safety regime and general complacence.



  • ...why do they even allow the operation of jets without an APU? That seems extremely dangerous. What do they do if there's an engine failure at altitude? Are these defective jets flying over US airspace?

    Jesus.

    (And yes, just to confirm, the "external power source" used to start jet engines is compressed air, not electricity.)

    EDIT: ok I looked it up, apparently jets can "windmill start" the main engines without using the APU as long as they're travelling around 280-300 knots. And of course if one engine is started, it can start the other with its compressed air stream. Still seems dangerous, though.



  • @blakeyrat said:

    ...why do they even allow the operation of jets without an APU?

    Because beyond the inconvenience on the ground, it makes very little difference to the operation of the aircraft.

    @blakeyrat said:

    What do they do if there's an engine failure at altitude?

    In a multi-engine aircraft, they rely on the engines that are still running. The main engines compress more than enough air to pressurise the cabin or start another engine. The APU is tiny in comparison.

    @blakeyrat said:

    Are these defective jets flying over US airspace?

    I haven't flown all that often but I have been in exactly one aircraft with a non-functioning APU. The biggest difference it made to me is that the ground-based substitute compressor wasn't powerful enough to keep the cabin cool. Hot and sweaty until main engine start, the rest of the flight proceeded as normal.

    So based on my limited data set collected from Australia I'm going to say that yes, it's probably quite common to fly in US airspace with a non-functioning APU.

    @blakeyrat said:

    EDIT: ok I looked it up, apparently jets can "windmill start" the main engines without using the APU as long as they're travelling around 280-300 knots.

    Hah, that's pretty cool. I did not know that. I did know that there's a backup hydraulic pump that uses forward air speed so the plane can be controlled with no engines or APU, for example when there's a fuel problem. I would guess there's also an electrical generator of some sort.

    But you have to ask the question: Why did all the engines fail? Whatever did that, there's a good chance the APU has failed for the same reason.



  • @another_sam said:

    In a multi-engine aircraft, they rely on the engines that are still running.

    @another_sam said:

    But you have to ask the question: Why did all the engines fail?

    Well it's rare, but volcanic ash can cause it and also doesn't show up on radar. Unless things have improved in the last 10 years.

    The Flight 9 article doesn't mention whether they used the APU to restart the first engine that would restart, or whether they used the "windmill" technique. It just says they followed the restart procedure. (I assume that means the APU?)

    It does mention "one generator and the on-board batteries were still operating". Not sure what that implies-- was the "one generator" the APU? Or are they talking about the alternator in the main engines, which (I believe) would be operating as long as the engine shaft was spinning?

    Whatever, point is: near-simultaneous all-engine shutdowns have happened before. For reasons other than fuel starvation.



  • @blakeyrat said:

    Well it's rare, but volcanic ash can cause it and also doesn't show up on radar. Unless things have improved in the last 10 years.

    No, as far as I know that's still the same. That's why they shut down air traffic across entire continents when volcanoes erupt. The ash can disrupt the APU for the same reasons it disrupts the main engines.

    @blakeyrat said:

    It does mention "one generator and the on-board batteries were still operating".

    They might mean what I was talking about before - the airspeed-powered hydraulic pump and generator. I looked it up - it's called a RAT. Just for you. The full name is a ram air turbine.

    @blakeyrat said:

    Whatever, point is: near-simultaneous all-engine shutdowns have happened before. For reasons other than fuel starvation.

    Then it's a good thing the smart cookies are on the job and including systems like the RAT.



  • Point of order. The 747 in question didn't have a RAT; in fact, only the Dreamliner-era ones (10/2011 and later) do. It was probably a jet fuel turbine in the forward wheel well.



  • @TwelveBaud said:

    The 747 in question didn't have a RAT; in fact, only the Dreamliner-era ones (10/2011 and later) do.

    Really? I thought they were a very standard thing. I guess I'm learning.

    @TwelveBaud said:

    It was probably a jet fuel turbine in the forward wheel well.

    How do they fly when they run out of fuel or have a aircraft-wide fuel problem? I looked up the Gimli Glider because it's the first article I can remember reading about a RAT, and coincidentally it ran out of fuel (due to people in some third-world countries using stone-age measurement units). It was a 767, but I found this interesting sentence:

    Flying with all engines out was something that was never expected to occur and had therefore never been covered in training.

    The crew had never heard the "all engines out" warning sound before.

    They immediately searched their emergency checklist for the section on flying the aircraft with both engines out, only to find that no such section existed.

    A bad situation to be in: Unanticipated failure mode.


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