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You know what, @MapboxSupport@twitter.com, it would be nice to be able to cap API keys at 200k tiles/month. Otherwise I'm going to give as many fucks about VectorGrid+Mapbox examples as I did in 2017.
Apparently some devs are doing stuff with Leaflet.VectorGrid in localhost, making the API key go over the "free tier" 200k tiles/month.
Which means that the VectorGrid examples using Mapbox tiles wills top working soon.
The peer match-making algorithm is crap, there's no request queue, and everything is a mess of spaghetti code. But it *works*.
Looking forward to the point of view of @OSM_Tech@twitter.com folks about this.
@RealIvanSanchez@twitter.com I guess I'll have to spawn an extra texture+framebuffer and juggle them around? Dang, manual compositing in @WebGL@twitter.com is weird.
@RealIvanSanchez@twitter.com I'm totally not looking at @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com
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