I’ve been working on Poshto a bit, and after a few shots at getting it right, I’ve started another rewrite.
The code started getting pretty krufty, so a rewrite was in order. To keep a clear head, I’ve also removed all the front-end code I had.
I’m breaking it into a sync routine and a front-end.
It’s seeming to work OKish so far, but hopefully there will be even more progress soon.
Firstly, please excuse the ugly formatting of this ultra-wide image on my blog, and I’m sure the respective planets that I’m on.
poŝto is my first “real” node project, and I’m planning to get it to a point where it makes email less painful then it otherwise is. The code’s on my github, and I’d like to thank Rick Waldron for his work in helping me, as well as Scott Wells for the name.
For those wondering, poŝto is an Esperanto word meaning (according to wiktionary):
a public institution (usually government-run) to deliver mail, post
mail distribution in general
one’s mail, collectively
The front-end’s name is “poŝtilo” — the suffix denotes “tool” such that poŝtilo means something like “mail tool” — fitting!
More to come…