Blurt code in Github

Daniel Phillips daniel at
Wed May 13 08:39:29 PDT 2015

On 05/13/2015 07:07 AM, Elifarley Callado Coelho Cruz wrote:
> Where can I see the torture test results ?

You mean, ?

I am not as familiar with it as I should be.

> Maybe it would be good to use Wercker ( which is free - ) to make sure we always
> have binaries automatically built for every new commit.

Hirofumi already set that up. By the way, Hirofumi is an amazing sysadmin,
however he is an even more amazing developer. Sharing some of that load
would be a win.

Right now, we have an fsync patch set that needs review and torture
testing before it lands in the public repo, but I am not in any hurry.
It might possibly make sense to post it to tux3 list, or lkml even,
so at least people can see its real, or try it if they have the

One stupid issue is, ever since Kmail got busted for life, I have no
email client that I also like to use, that is capable of posting
patches reliably, without mangling them. I'm using Trojita because
it can handle lkml, but the composer is hopelessly awful. So I
compose in Thunderbird, which is also awful but at least usable.
Not sure what to do about that.



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