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Famo.us Easter Egg April 2, 2014

Posted by willhlaw in API, Javascript, Mobile.
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In Steve Newcomb’s FAQ: Tough Questions on Famo.us, he puts an Easter Egg for those patient enough to read to the end. I thought those that wanted to google for a quick translation might find this helpful.  Famo.us is a free and open source JavaScript development framework back by a host of cloud services.

Si vos vere postulo impetro in BETA mox steve@famo.us ad minim veniam. Sciam si vestrae res et faciam te in BETA possim.

April 9 Si ad res, in prima acie, simul te BETA.

— Using Google Translate from Latin to English (link) –>

If you really need to get the Beta as soon as steve@famo.us more information, I come. I am able to rest assured that if your situation and I will make of thee in beta.

April 9 On the real thing, in the front line, at the same time you beet.

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1. darrencruse - April 10, 2014

I’d seen the easter egg and even figured out the translation – but still wasn’t quite sure what to make of it. Is it saying that if you mail steve@famo.us they will move you to the front of the line? I am currently position 64554 btw. 😦


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