Time Nick Message 23:57 whartung ok wCPO 23:24 wCPO It is for some Debian digital signage box, which then call "/v1/players/:player_id" and use that as config. 23:23 wCPO whartung, initial proof of concept: http://sprunge.us/hTAe I need to fix some of the names, the json is request 23:10 whartung yea I was being facetious 23:09 wCPO whartung, it more a kind of conversation/rewrite in rest (and go). 23:07 whartung nah, code first, then design it -- how do you know your design works if you ahven't coded it!?? 23:07 wCPO whartung, thanks! I'm trying to "design" my rest api.. Before I code it. 23:06 whartung in other fields, we call that "Security" 23:06 whartung no 23:04 wCPO Is it bad practice to hide some field depending on if the user is authorized or not? 16:37 fumanchu_ to pushing you the advertises 16:37 trygvis :D 16:36 fumanchu_ in http3, server calls *you* 16:35 trygvis but I'll need to add a way for clients to poll for changes first 16:34 trygvis that'll teach them! 16:34 trygvis or for bursts greater than one 16:34 trygvis I've been wondering about adding a 10 second delay for requests on resources that should be cached 16:28 pdurbin yeah, I was thinking it was a design decision but maybe the server is having trouble handling load or something. it's just strange that adding a half-second sleep seems to help consistently 16:22 trygvis isn't that limit at least 8 now? or even much larger 16:21 trygvis sounds like your db connection pool is full 16:18 fumanchu_ like, 2 16:17 fumanchu_ if those are being sent from a browser, it's common to hit a browser-imposed limit on connections and blame the server though 16:16 * fumanchu_ wonders if that's accidental throttling simply due to poor performance on the server 15:56 pdurbin "While in the process of testing I noticed that if I send in GET and POST requests in fairly rapid succession say 3 or more in a row, the third or fourth fails to respond and my application expecting a response hangs. Is there a limit to the number of request that can be made over a short length of time? Have other applications run into this issue and how have they addressed it?" 15:56 pdurbin here's the way a coworker expressed it: 15:32 pdurbin Has anyone heard of an API where when you want to hit it twice you have to put a 500 millisecond sleep in between the two calls or the second call times out? Is there a name for this type of throttling?