Blurt code in Github
Elifarley Callado Coelho Cruz
elifarley at gmail.com
Wed May 13 08:55:39 PDT 2015
Using port 80 would be easier for me, any chance of configuring Apache to
map that? Maybe I could do that for you.
And what is the URL for Tux3's Worcker page ?
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On Wed, May 13, 2015 at 12:39 PM, Daniel Phillips <daniel at phunq.net> wrote:
> On 05/13/2015 07:07 AM, Elifarley Callado Coelho Cruz wrote:
> > Where can I see the torture test results ?
> You mean, http://buildbot.tux3.org:8010/ ?
> I am not as familiar with it as I should be.
> > Maybe it would be good to use Wercker ( which is free -
> http://wercker.com/ ) 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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