Comments on "Realtime Election Tweets" - Jay Caines-Gooby 2010-08-30T10:25:15+01:00 Performance 2010-08-30T10:25:15+01:00 2010-08-30T10:25:15+01:00 <p>yes performance stats during the election tweets are good for understanding how the hardware actually works. no doubt some redundancy is in order; how much was there? if there were 1/2 million tweets how many could be done? 8 mil JSON updates but could 16 mill be done? 4 json/sec for 98 clients but what if 4x that etc. nice work btw</p> Alex Beston Source code 2010-08-10T16:03:19+01:00 2010-08-10T16:03:19+01:00 <p>Is the source code avaliable? would love to look at it.</p> What is Fructose source 2010-06-17T05:50:43+01:00 2010-06-17T05:50:43+01:00 <p>where&#8217;s the source? I want to see/learn. Can I see?</p> Alex re: 4 main parties 2010-05-05T12:25:11+01:00 2010-05-05T12:25:11+01:00 <p>Hey Dom, skewed by all the publicity the Greens have been getting in Brighton Pavillion I guess :)</p> <p>I suppose I ought to add UKIP to the list too :(</p> Jay 4 main parties 2010-05-05T12:20:58+01:00 2010-05-05T12:20:58+01:00 <p>nice idea but the Greens a main party? even in Scotland where we have PR they only get 2 seats, meanwhile the SNP are in Government as are Plaid Cymru in Wales and the DUP in Northern Ireland. I think this is a fascinating site but your approach is skewed by the inclusion of the Greens and the exclusionof other bigger parties.</p> domhnall Thanks 2010-05-05T01:25:42+01:00 2010-05-05T01:25:42+01:00 <p>Thanks Mat &#8211; I&#8217;ve just pushed up a new version with better alignment, but also iPhone/iPad compatbility (no Flash nor HTML websockets in these two, so no real-time updates) and much better updating.</p> Jay Realtime Election Tweets 2010-05-04T08:31:59+01:00 2010-05-04T08:31:59+01:00 <p>Lookin good Jay. The alignment of the text at the top is slightly out in Chrome 5.0.3 on OSX</p> Mat