Ouch. We're sorry, that's probably the right edge of the map? We tried to prevent editing at the edges, that certainly needs improvement.
Thank you, We intend to continue building it out. We saw a need at our current companies and decided that this is something that would be fun to build during the hackathon. We intend on having something that polls as a GET as well.
Documentation was the last thing we got out before the deadline, We have more documentation in the works :)
We had a lot of fun with the difficulty level, actually. The bot, Joshua, is also set on extra difficult, since it is constantly moving either left or right, never stopping.
Thanks for the vote! Our original design was to stop haikus at 5/7/5 but it felt inconsistent with the long-forms of the rest of the poetry types, so haikus are infinite too (they just continue in 5/7/5 groups, for example http://writesomething.jit.su/poems/CFAE97A6-1370-4390-BF88-76CBF533B73C/edit)
We talked about notifications but didn't want to spam everyone during NKO, so we'll look into doing that after the competition!
thank you for the kind words! 48 hours is certainly not enough time to build a fully featured, multi user, DAW. We intend on continuing work on this after we've recovered from the sleepless weekend!
Yeah. for now it's obviously useless but anyway I took this button for my blog anyway. Also I haven't integrated sendgrid for example for some reasons. Anyway I spent a very nice time programming in this time using node instead of ruby.
Hi Zeke, thanks for the comments. Those were just samples I picked, and this is something I would put out as a package that can be used on locally hosted projects or set up as a standalone service. It's not something that would come with a web interface. This was a gratuitous implementation for NKO. Each API uses an API Description stored in a JS module. Description's can be added and tweaked at will. The real benefit offered by SPAS is the caching and bundling.