Chris Matthieu was the founder of Nodester, the opensource Node.JS Platform-as-a-Service offering which was acquired by AppFog in 2012. He is also the co-founder of NodeAZ, Arizona's Node.JS user group. Chris is working on a new startup called Twelephone which is positioned to add realtime communications to Twitter.
Thanks for your vote, much appreciated, as I followed the nodester story ;) Snippet as API is part of the idea, if you look at the Gravatar Snippet, it is using the MD5 Generator snippet through HTTP.
Thank you very much for your vote and comments! We really appreciate it.
Ha! I spent the first 24 hours working with PeerConnection. Two streams worked beautifully. Even had video working well. We had to pivot to flash because for whatever reason, multiple peers would not work. I didn't want to sacrifice on the idea of supporting 5-10 people in a room just for the sake of WebRTC. I think it was a bug in the ICE handshakes. Streams were definitely connecting but no data seemed to come across.
I would love to hack together / contribute to a WebRTC client library while I still have a handle on some of the weird edge cases.
Yeah, I was thinking a sidebar of live tweets with images or something along those lines. Any ideas?
Thanks for the vote!! We will continue to improve our idea and improve UI and UX :D
Thank you. We hope as well (and are working on it) :)
Thank you chris for your vote and feedback :)
Newsle's main value is to bring real real news that mentions your friends into your newsle stream to easy read it as a newspaper which could be interesting to you or might not.
My social newspaper's value goes of getting what interest from your social network.