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this slide that's that's why they say to me the school a little it's that is the tops the hang-gliding I was looking at it when I was a little orange is attending both I didn't realize that the Johnson Amber ASSAf for jersey shore of thank you yeah I have these here waiters waitresses thank you and and so I think that before you tonight dive into the keynote but we just wanted to mention briefly something I think that we may be have not taken as seriously as we should have but we need to said especially now that we're realizes how big the community is which is that we really really want to create a community that is inclusive and welcoming for everyone so you know maybe you can give the rules that you would want everyone to abide by so in here and yes when and only interacting online on get of everywhere yes so in general the basic idea here is that you want to make people feel included which means that people do not feel like they're left out and I think many people hold me probably everybody probably the probably everybody has at some point experienced something where they were in a room and either by virtue of their gender or minority status or simply because they don't drink alcohol or something there was a group of people talking about something and they felt like my god why am I here how how can I get out of here as quickly as I possibly can so I grew up as a religious Jew and definitely experience cases Wellston somebody and rapidly I realized I am 1 of more and I think that feeling hopefully people can try to remember when they they may have experience that that feeling is they see what it feels like to not be included and I think in general we want to make sure that people feel included and in general what this means is that if you're saying something and you think it might make some feel uncomfortable or like they don't belong are like they are in like I wanna get out of there as quickly as possible that that feeling you should not do that I think everyone haven't agreed that but we should we there's a couple of tactics that we need to use actually succeed at this so number 1 if someone says to you that you're doing something as making them uncomfortable but are you then just up that in so and the other half of that now now that everyone knows that the thing to do is just stop hopefully you feel uncomfortable you'll know that you can safely tell someone that if you uncomfortable and that they were like an argument because I just told you just stop and and then it sort of further on is if you are in a room with friends and you see that your friends are saying something that may make someone uncomfortable I think everybody is it's well understood that someone saying something racist you say that is not OK don't do that there are many other things that make people feel uncomfortable if you see your friends and family uncomfortable help enough people we don't need to be making people uncomfortable public to stop and I think the final piece of all this is assume that people logic basically good assume that people are doing their best to be nice people that someone's make some uncomfortable they're probably not doing a purpose rather there probably make a mistake they may be ignorant about the fact that the thing is making some uncomfortable the 1st place so when you see somebody doing something that makes that makes them uncomfortable and you want to help now stop by assuming that they're good person that they're they're just making a mistake there just doing something that they would if they knew they may regret what they're doing if they knew that was making someone feel out of place so I think that that these really I think Thom and I realize recently is is really important an and often missing in this conversation I think people often don't feel like it's they don't want to step up and say This figure make some uncomfortable because it doesn't go like you're helping out your friend it feels like you're about to screw your friend and I think we need to make sure that in our community it's OK to tell someone that you make a mistake Hey you're making some uncomfortable without people with capital assuming no malicious intent without people now so really assume try to assume that people are generally good people are complicated people have a lot of context that you may not be aware of and and but make sure that people don't make people feel uncomfortable make sure people feel included and every time had not just here but any time something happened that you've of accountable talking that person please come talk to us we will we will help you please don't ever feel like a not going be listened to because who was so so thank you have a that have a topic to fulfill hopefully it with the 1 thing that I OK so you know I and account 2014 holy crap this is this is really amazing and I use the crap like outside holy fiddlesticks I this is you this is a huge group of people and this is all sciences so and so as as lawyer said while last did again those only 150 people as much much smaller than this this year we have over 400 people on sold-out insanely quickly so our apologies everyone's watching this where would not take it will try to get more people mysterious out right becomes like this is really really hard and let at both been busting their butts for the last many many weeks make this happen so if we start by giving them around the the few is is really inspiring to work with this awesome ladies that affect the ways of thank you very much and the ambit community has grown insanely in the last year by the where there's actually 2 slides these 2 slides that the U.S. PTO U.S. PTO yes things Edwards them yes you know that in a state prison was on a branch of AI and the about that at the end but the point is this we've got some really big companies
betting on on technology were here and because we believe a number and that is a really really cool thing and there was a time when the dust mean believe in abstraction in any form promise of controversial and it's really awesome to see that we actually have a community here that believes in working really hard problems so a year ago I mean when the came on this stage we talk about and the 1 comma decimal 0 we are announcing wrong when our see this was in March a year ago and you probably remember that we did not to ship amber 112 final until September so there was a longer time and the reason the reason why that happened was that 1 of the other things we said last year is that what we really are committed to and the 1 comma decimal 0 0 postal comma decimal 0 semantic words so try not to but not trying to break up the series of African compatibility after 1 comma decimal 0 so and I think this is something that we feel very strongly about and something that I think we have been rather effective and about making taking seriously not just willy-nilly making a breath of rating changes because we can and we we know that just telling you that something is great for or something is broken does not necessarily help you wrap enough and another thing that we did sort of right after which at 1 point I had this crazy idea that if Chrome caducity through this process surely adults library do succeed clues process and developers it turns out really like this I think people like the stability of the city release process the predictability of knowing what features table what is unstable and the ability to use new features with you know when you opt into it and just the dedication the backwards compatibility comes from the what's the process but the thing about the crazy idea that it was quite a lot of our nation's I wanna watch out Robert Jackson who did a lot of your nation work the in the I mean you don't wanna necessarily you don't have to make all this a manual process every time every new features a human a process of getting to the point where people can contribute new features in a way that fits in with the release process and on every 6 weeks roared much new features has been really amazing is that something that I've dreamed of an open source developer for a long time and something that has a core team member who now basically can dedicate my energy to looking into features as opposed to all the other process it's been really great so thank you Robert so while another thing that we said a year ago had ever camp was they were I make a doctor some point here is that a an answer to each like this are really awesome to see the community track in particular and everyone helping attract has done an insanely good job of making that's that I think that a lot all adult scripts about libraries out there are documentation is is some of the best that response now isn't and resolute terrible box and really good docks and we're always improving and and I'd like to thank everyone to contribute it was truly a community effort if you're Mutamba new to contributing to amber 1 each some see Roberts talk later which is about how to start contributing but documentation is a great way even a simple even if donor right documentation just let us know where the holes are let us know where the quality is not up to the standards that you would expect out of us and and that's a great way to just jump consider confusing boxer so feel free file about it this confusing and so the other thing that we value it at last year's amber camp his 1 last thing in a very steep jobs and form was the on-stage demo was basically a it we can hack for him but which was on the status phrases I think I can hack in this into the Chrome developer tools I think I can I can make a promise Internet does that and and now I would say the embers vector is 1 of my favorite features in number I think I think the reason I like it so much as well I want to use force makes more productive but more importantly I think it shows that by creating a community where we have shared understanding around how we solve the similar problems that we all have we the access building amazing tools on top of that shared understanding to me as well so powerful but what Asus and now works in Firefox so thank you to everyone who to read that had a flat so crazy that the FIL so 1 that I wanna say generally is and we just about 2 slides about thing that actually strictly about the and workload and 1 thing that I care a lot about has as an open-source person as Opus it as part of this community is that open-source communities value contributions that are not just code they're not just Roth code kind of code in the core and so things like documentation and things like auxiliary tools but there was a previously for the 1st thing of said or I member announces that that things like officers on the scene never important I think if you want to contribute timbre of infrastructure works with those and I would like that if you want to contribute timbre you have a very good at I you know managing to where you have a very good at events and these are areas where you will be a first-class citizen as member contributor I don't really see the core as being a core group of people that only rights code and then you're kind of second-class citizen if you happen to Robinson happen to infrastructure so I think some words agree that shared understanding the value inspector is also is true about Dad I see I see amber data as a way for all of us to come together and create shared understanding of how we how we solve this problem and that the position that persistence but web developers lose productivity every day that they go to battle with this problem and I think we will we like to camp of the product of here too so so the plan is we got in adamantly no coming very soon would yet you wrote down all the details in this blog post even though I read your interest in the details of the on and any doors giving a talk about was the talk about this later today yet but I think the the the is just is really good at helping you be more productive at your job amber Dad is another area where people lose productivity weeks so we surprised to be doing battle with a problem that's ends up being rather similar in lot ways and getting that are seen as work
and since last year we also added 2 more new 40 members out match here Robert Jackson of dockyard so today the thank you very much Alice been here for a while Robert today we're announcing is joining the Khot team so these guys have been that kicking butt and taking names and we I personally owe them a tremendous debt of gratitude so thank you very much you both I'm looking forward to working with you even more the many years and decades and perhaps centuries to come to them have been have better now technology gets standing and in general I think 1 thing I really like about the reporting in addition to the fact that its proposal I disciplines as you know layer does advantages on reporting that that's that's important I Robert as infrastructures number 14 is the fact that the court is composed of many companies as many people on it from different companies it's not 1 company it's really on man in the rain that have full control on I think that bad ass is actually important for open-source communities to be I managed by a diverse group of people that actually know that their work and difficult problems so
that point of our thoughts that was all the look in the last the other the floor thank you for us think that the thing we want talk about today the focus of our talk you today is on productivity so I think fundamentally people use tools like amber to help them get the job done faster to help them get the job done more effectively and more consistently to make that that's what the productive is and I think Amber makes them more productive so that be talking about today but before we dive embers specifically we're going talk a little bit more about how we build acts in general from a higher level so in general I think a lot of people will build applications to this section is called screens and flows a lot of people and start off and they build and some apps are basically just a single screen of beautiful highly interactive delightful functionality something that makes use very happy in is obvious why you build experiences like this on the clients and the clients and the server and indeed alive application that you start off with a single screen and if you're building an application that's a single-screen is actually a ton of good tools that are very very helpful of making you productive building thing screens an EMBA happens to be a tool that is is good at that but that's not really where Amber shines and while we were preparing this talk we came across a blog post
by rising the of what is now called base camp ways because there isn't signals and he is in talks about the fact that really fundamentally flows the way your user moves around your app is just as important to building a good interface as individual screens on so as a notation
from that from his blog posts this is an example of very simple flow this is that the Sinai flow for for base camp and annotation that that's the way he uses it is this is the screen name at the top and then a list of the flows the transition that can happen in a written down below the solid line you can see here that for a really really simple feature there's already a bunch of screens involving a bunch of flock and so even even small features this is example of the flow for our seeking to I think this is based on the even a feature that is pretty simple the the UICP from event you end up having surprisingly members of a surprising amount of screens and surprising amount of flow between those screens and I think anybody building application of an application that's an application and size single-screen viscerally knows they understand that they're building something that at that has many spring so when we talk about ambitious applications work really talking about is this kind thing you have a lot of screens a lot of slow you're not just building a single screen or single widget you're building a hold on cornucopia of screens and and linking them together and if this is the flows for 1 feature think about what this diagram would look like if he mapped out your entire at of anything on the web it gets even more important to deal with this to me to have a good way of describing in managing this because on the Web flows aren't just from screen to screen a lot times in IOS on mobile apps because the screen real states limited you go from screen to screen but on the web most of the apps that you know and love a have a have a nested screens and they have nests falls but this has flows also slow so you this does show you an example of what we mean by that using a tool that hopefully you all know and love which is which is get up values every day so here here I am on my main screen here I mean i've requirement is the and you can see there's a lot of ways to leave the screen all our winks the 1st thing that I do is this going to that is the switch from my Wicat's organization to you can maybe see at the very top sorry I switch the ambit s organizations must be a retina projected the icon and throughout the and so you can see a switch from the Y. continent at context the evidence of revision and you can see there's some out some global stuff on top and then only that I'm switching in and under that was another piece of work right but now now that I'm in the Anbar destatization I wanna switch from the news feed over just that will support Western out is another let another set of flows underneath that and actually now I wanna switch from open issues the close issues cells which are open to the close that is another level flow under that right so I think that this seems really simple I think you can do as a user get out you can follow it's going on it's not very complicated a really you're getting to several levels of nesting because get really offers a lot of functionality and they're trying to pack a lot of functionality into a few screens so that you can really understand what's going on and not feel like every single time you wanna do something you're in a totally new place and this I think how people build web applications so now let me go and look at individual issue and the thing that you notice about this is that some of some awareness thing inside and stay the same but a lot of Einstein's IBC flowing from where I was before maintaining some context about where I am and going somewhere else and note that the top of the screen there where you can search you can search GitHub has now even though I've actually flowed somewhere underneath that I now modify the top of the screen so that it knows that is a repository must be search inside repository of time reacting to changes in Childspring blow up ends now I can also there's another 4-under here I can switch it look at an individual of individual individual sentiments and actually there's even more stuff going on I'm still inside Meyer of my skills and my application and I switched to the issues of issues was then the dishes you wanna like prioritizes I would like to confirm and I can go and I can select an individual issue and how label to it and I can say OK I want to prove the label and not only does that is to update that individual issue but a lot of the context around me has changed the number of issues with that label the account on the left that has changed the number will propose issues might change right there's many many things he says here that we could in theory have piloted to screens need that and so that this there's many there is much going on around here and I think the really important thing is you know get of you understand it it doesn't feel like it's insane but there's really a lot a lot a lot of things going on simply to to get this to get the job done and I think when people build applications in the building things that feel like in a building a lot of flow a lot of context that you wanna keep up to date a lot of nesting so a lot of inside fear about nouns you're announced fear and and people build this all the time on the Web so this building apps like this when it comes to modeling things like this this is the productivity sinkhole for most of developers today but this is the part of building an app that makes adding a new screen go from the use of quick job to multi week but to a multi MacProject right the complexity and the amount of time it takes grows exponentially and and remember when you 1st start product the 1st time you have a screen if ElBaradei's really no matter what use if you over easy but but have you start adding more more screens and having more more flow everybody has experienced the becoming harder and harder and harder know and probably everyone has seen
dying to that looks like close get and adding the new screens requires you to think about how the screen interacts with the entire application so the amount of you with grows very very quickly and I think it's even worse I on the Web
differs from much harder being a web developer that is being like a copper developed because look at this given page look at how many links are are on this page Urals make it much much worse and you have to make sure 1 that every change in flow every change the screens you see up this URL says number 1 out before no think unlike native apps both you as a developer and your users expect that any page can link to any other page people really developers and users don't think of links as these heavyweight operations you just put them at all over the place which means that if you have any 2 screens your application it's it's totally normal and legitimate thing to just howling from 1 to another and you really wanna be building applications that can that can handle that so even if you have a small number of screens the fact that these links between so lightweight at it causes the the possible flows between using to grow exponentially and that's the kind of thing that you need to account for so things that felt easy when you were building a single screen all of a sudden it can take weeks and if we want greater tool where you feel like you can crank out news streams new flows without a care in the world but without everything feeling like a huge slot and and more portly if you're doing it by hand every time you add a screen on a flawless that's opportunities screw up of course you can you can do this proc productively if your perfect every time I have days right and enough sleep I'm tired and sick had a junior developer and we didn't commit to the code base for you all there the point is makes you a better ass whether developer because it helps to not have to deal with the problems that makes you productive it makes it easy to add new screens to add new flows and I think in general again what we're doing here is we're all building web applications with a lot a lot of clothes a lot of streams that are linked together whatever is really about it's about making it really easy to add new screens and link them together without that becoming this exponentially complicated slob of a problem without becoming the productivity nightmare and I think in general I personally feel that person uses amber every day and time I think would agree but only that were you using Amber to build applications of the livestreams Connes more productive than what we used to do before so I
will look at some examples of of real life acts with flow that use number so the 1st is that this is a video that reported of vines are about as advanced prototype and offensive to some people have
been like everyone I've ever seen and that's bit to considered so the point is you can look around and even something as simple as language like let's look at a bunch of 6 2nd videos even the when after this has a lot of state water flow it cools of the Ural updates
along with all these things so even though you know I think of was a simple and I could probably banks out with the simple tools that in in a couple days the more that you are the more the app grows the more screens yet in the more flow
between the screen there is is even like a TV modes the TV mode environment is which is pretty cool and
you can see there's a way as well I think when I use the page here in in the middle the mode right so there is I think people don't necessarily think about the flow as being that they don't think about all I'm going from the to the user there just thinking I have a TV but I have a user and a poor link between that base their people build 1 application
but this is a another this is the app that I've been working on every day in pretty nice working and abrupt full-time and this is called stylites for of profiling real that's hey this is much much different than vine it's a very highly interactive about tool use is D 3 for all these visualizations but even this profile because we have things like billing we have you know what the category have organization management that ends up by requiring as requiring a tool that lets us deal with the flow and these different screens I think 1 of my favorite
brass is is buffalo from because it was the 1st breath that made me think what meaning
is actually the tool for building content sites too if he'll so fast again this is much different than a than
act like stylet or but even this
kind even this content page has
we when we were up we get thought when actually look at it and like how you have slide shows there are so many other ways the screens cross-reference telling you can move around the and and I'm really a fan of the sphere of His alike in production going on so this is really just an excuse from you spend some time on a DOS sites so a lot of of and loss will look at
is is Travis so probably many of you use Travis of 4 years see I use innovation we use it for all our open source
projects and for all of our commercial products and this again has
like get out a very very deeply nested screens and you can move
between all those screens very very easily and Travis is a great job of keeping your all of today's you move between is just switching between tabs going to different bills going to line up all these things keep today which is really us and the point 1 make here is that these are all very different
applications we went and looked
at how these applications are built using the Web Inspector and they all deal with this flow with the screens using the emperor so in so you
can start off a user with
with buying a new seat is about to start then you might be surprised at just how many screens if you're familiar with amber which everyone in this room is you can see there's a lot of a lot of functionality a lot of screens alive flow even for something that seemed like a very very simple web application right and if you look again at style
reaction at the wrist pin but we still haven't even as strings we have we have a couple of me through the a bunch of flow we wanna make sure that the billing screen actually still works no matter where you happen to come from people to there's plenty of time Basel again lots
of lots of droughts lots of flow and finally
Travis what's the routs lots of flow and I think if you're never developer you are used to this being the case right there's a certain way that no matter how your applications of working we can think about and talk about the flow between your screens how the link together in a similar way and I 1 thing
that gth said that 1 of his keynotes their rails can't I think it really captures what what's true about about as well and and what we are trying to build is that what he said was 1 of the points I keep coming back to you with Peruvian rails is that we confess commonality that we confess that here is in the Perego were not as special as we like to believe we confessed that we're not the only ones climb the same mountain and I think the conclusion is that we're not as special as we like to believe the fact is that the flexibility that we think we need flexibility we think we want we really die and fundamentally I think this is an idea that transcends specifically rails or amber the idea that when we both software there's a lot of things that end up being the same and it's really easy to say well bustle skylight Vine traversal a really did that they really call for domain specific solutions everyone to build their own framework because it's just a different it turns out that with a little bit of great with a little bit of of work with a lot of help from the community a community of people back to bite into the idea that we're actually all time the same mountain we can build we can build a language for talking now were doing that is all effective at capturing what's the same and flexible and powerful enough for you to do what different and I think that that's what we what we really strive for whatever it so it's a way to beef we say let's get rid of the Productivity sinkholes that have to do with the thing that all of us are doing they're the same the drudgery that comes from linking together flows dealing with your else all the stuff that and that just being the same at the end of the day and let you focus on the part that is your application and that's how you get the context right boost if you're and if you're really spending if you will was the names and your time doing about of stuff that up together and your only spending 10 % time Workman arap now you can spend 10 times as much time working and I think
interestingly just having the tools at your disposal to do the right thing isn't enough so there are some tools that exist that give you enough to to do the thing that we're talking about here but having the tools the disposal to you I think is enough you can of course do the right thing when you're in a good mood if you have a lot of time if you're working was still people already know what the right thing is on a team that radiate and those of the writing is but of course like we said before people make mistakes People are in a bad mood people I you hire a junior developer you have a team of the distributing the people it's hard to disseminate best practices maybe you didn't do the right thing when you were looking for information about it is something the nice thing about good defaults that they keep you on the right path human conditions are perfect and here's an example of a is a famous example of organ donation and so if you look on the left for countries that have relatively low rates of organ donation and if you work on the right are you are countries that have relatively high rates of organization even up above 90 per cent and you might look at this and ask yourself what is different about the country left the country on the right I have answered the question here I've given with a plot but some things and so you might cost say well maybe it's cultural maybe like you know maybe UK is more conservative than friends so that's why people UK tend to not agree to organ donation but France maybe agrees to but actually start to notice the light Denmark and Sweden are somewhat the more culturally and yet they have really different rates of organization so what is actually cost and the actual answer to the real answer scientifically is if you make 1 people the be if the question is would you like to donate your organs if you got yes or no people do not take the check but if the question is by default you will donate organs if he died do you want a lot of people do not take the chapel people basically do the default behavior and the really interesting thing is the this is not a light but trivial decision people feel very strongly about this this is a thing that feel very emotionally waiting and yet all its use the people tell themselves in their head when they're not taking up a checkbox when it's not indecision somehow fall away when it's an opt-out decision rights all the thing that you find of all my mother be so angry if she found out that I was going and wherever it is that you're telling yourself synaptic checkbox suddenly becomes not all that important when the when it's the tiny little tweak and I think the reason why this is so important is that effects of human behavior are really not intuitive we would not expect human beings would not expect this level and think the same through software you may think of the default and software as a small tweak the small thing well I can do the right thing and embers give me some stuff like that was the small prevent but the reality is that for the base for the same reason having the default is not a small tweak it's a difference between having to be perfect every single moment every single time always thinking about it always checking out the checkbox verses having the right thing either by default having the right thing happened by default I think in closing I think everyone is here in this room today because they use an EMBA makes them far more productive than not using a rhino that's true but what about new time and I've heard from a lot of people that fundamentally ever makes them a more productive developer doing the event was a make you more productive and I think it's really important that if your friends ask you why should I use I know you remember I watch is and where you should tell them the story of you becoming more productive up you tell a story about you getting more done in less time to tell the story about the more consistently effective about this story about not feeling like you're adding these media in in a slot obviously you an amber not perfect but there is much much more productivity here than in than in other solutions in other options especially when you're dealing with flows and your else and the applications so tell your friends tell your friend that Amber makes you more productive makes you a bad ass developer and enjoy the rest of the year is very much the the in the end the the things and the and and and and the the the thing that the group people a single in in the end of the yeah you had a good
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Wasserdampftafel
Formale Sprache
Datenfluss
Standortbezogener Dienst
Touchscreen
Aggregatzustand
Videokonferenz
Chipkarte
ATM
App <Programm>
Selbst organisierendes System
Kategorie <Mathematik>
Profil <Aerodynamik>
Dreiecksfreier Graph
Kartesische Koordinaten
Binder <Informatik>
Datenfluss
Homepage
Freeware
Datenmanagement
Visualisierung
Programmierumgebung
Touchscreen
Rechenschieber
Arithmetisches Mittel
Einfügungsdämpfung
Web Site
Kugel
Fächer <Mathematik>
Graphiktablett
Spiegelung <Mathematik>
Biprodukt
Zustandsdichte
Touchscreen
Homepage
Punkt
Prozess <Informatik>
Open Source
Produkt <Mathematik>
Spieltheorie
Touchscreen
Lineares Funktional
Benutzerbeteiligung
Rechter Winkel
Web-Applikation
Kartesische Koordinaten
Datenfluss
Touchscreen
Einheit <Mathematik>
Kartesische Koordinaten
Routing
Zusammengesetzte Verteilung
Oval
Binder <Informatik>
Softwareentwickler
Datenfluss
Zeichenkette
Touchscreen
Subtraktion
Bit
Punkt
Momentenproblem
Selbst organisierendes System
Formale Sprache
Gruppenkeim
Schreiben <Datenverarbeitung>
Kartesische Koordinaten
Framework <Informatik>
Eins
Domain-Name
Polygonzug
Software
Korrelation
Punkt
Softwareentwickler
Default
Hilfesystem
Schreib-Lese-Kopf
Umwandlungsenthalpie
Soundverarbeitung
Kategorie <Mathematik>
Güte der Anpassung
Plot <Graphische Darstellung>
Bitrate
Biprodukt
Kontextbezogenes System
Datenfluss
Ereignishorizont
Konfiguration <Informatik>
Entscheidungstheorie
Rechter Winkel
Konditionszahl
Mereologie
Information
Eindeutigkeit
Faserbündel

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Titel Ember Conf 2014 - Keynote
Serientitel Ember Conf 2014
Autor Katz, Yehuda
Dale, Tom
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Unported:
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DOI 10.5446/34995
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2014
Sprache Englisch

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