8:54 baggles: wow. ted neward gave me a very detailed response on what to do about the java policy stuff for clojure
8:54 in an applet
8:59 rhickey: yes, very nice of him. But how are you going to get users to make those policy settings?
8:59 baggles: exactly
8:59 this is the problem
8:59 i don't think it looks any more feasible than it did yesterday.
9:00 rhickey: nope
9:00 baggles: hm. i want to write back to explain the brick wall I hit, just in case there are any more ideas out there....
9:01 it's a shame. i think there could be a promising "market" (or community) of people interested in an lispification of processing (a la processing.org).
9:04 i'm still kind of hoping someone will come along and say... "yeah you do it like this"
9:04 vain, i think.
9:08 rhickey: do most people use processing in/for applets?
9:09 baggles: well, i find it a great presentation system. and there are certainly a big bunch of them on the web
9:09 it seems to be the preferred delivery system
9:09 rhickey: I thought applets were dead
9:09 baggles: well, i just got a job recently which is to be basically writing applet games.
9:10 starting in a couple of weeks, i am. so i'm really curious about this possibility here.
9:10 rhickey: interesting
9:10 the classloader issue is non-trivial on my end
9:11 baggles: i dunno... well ... i like lisp and now i'm going to be using java... i don't suppose i'll be able to get any major technology decisions such as this in, but it's certainly something for the future to think of.
9:12 i'm just suprised that even with signing it, and having the certificate seemingly properly accepted i'm still locked out of that functionality.
9:15 well, yeah i'll try and investigate later
9:15 * baggles goes back to work
14:29 rhickey: functional zippers are up! - src/zip.clj
14:32 completely functional tree 'editing'
15:07 hoeck_: cool
16:08 Chouser: interesting.