I'm a senior developer at @bocoup, creator of @gruntjs, and frequent contributor to @jquery. I also coined the term IIFE and play a mean funk bass.
Ben - thanks fo the feedback!
Regarding the errors printed out, those are just errors printed out with console.error, so there is no stack trace or anything attached to them.
The debugger will pause on uncaught exceptions by default, but we didn't have time to implement enabling/disabling other exceptions.
Again, thanks for the feedback! If there is anything you'd like us to see implemented.
Really????? You don't want to use it so you give it all 1's? There is a video walking you through the entire experience, so you don't have to use it if it bothers you, but you can still be professional as a judge and review the actual product. Otherwise, just don't review it.
To access and analyze all of your repos including private ones, we have to requeset full access. It is required by Github.
What do we need to do to invalidate your review, and really you as a judge, because I don't trust any of the reviews you've given any of the apps as honost and inpartial. You gave chat apps 5s. I think that says enough.
Well, I don't want you analyzing my private repos either. How about analyzing just my public repos and not asking me for write permission?
I can't even look at someone else's public repo without giving you write access to my repos, eg. http://gitcanary.com/jquery/jquery
Either way, I'll update my vote to reflect the fact that I think it's a good idea. But the implementation sets too high of a bar for me to be able to use it.
You can't even look at public repos right now because we don't store anything locally. We pull all code dynamically with the permissions on your user at that instant.
We're working on tweaking the github auth so that initially you only get read access to public projects and you upgrade to see your private repos. That update will be ready and pushed after the contest. However, for the sake of a 48 hour contest, we didn't have time to tweak permissions and also wanted to make sure everyone had repos to look at.
We appreciate you reconsidering your scores as we worked really hard on this project, and we think it turned out really well given the limitations of time.