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Diaspora Community CodeChat 05-17-2012

DeadSuperHero May 17th, 2012 151 Never
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  1. May 17 12:05:17 <DeadSuperHero> Okay. Starting!
  2. May 17 12:05:32 <DeadSuperHero> Welcome to our Community Codechat, everybody! :)
  3. May 17 12:05:42 <maxwell>       hoollllllaaaa
  4. May 17 12:05:59 <raven24>       ahoi
  5. May 17 12:06:29 <DeadSuperHero> First up, we'd like to acknowledge some great community developments that have happened in the past week, and we're super grateful as always for your help!
  6. May 17 12:06:52 *       SlackerD (kvirc@pool-70-18-154-155.norf.east.verizon.net) has joined #diaspora-meeting
  7. May 17 12:07:04 <SlackerD>      ohai all
  8. May 17 12:07:08 <DeadSuperHero> Stevenh has improved reshares so that they now capture the NSFW tag, meaning you won't have to worry about that problem with resharing.
  9. May 17 12:07:43 <DeadSuperHero> raven24 has helped us improve our install script, which is also super great for setting up a development test environment.
  10. May 17 12:07:53 <maxwell>       please test it
  11. May 17 12:07:57 <raven24>       :)
  12. May 17 12:08:05 <DeadSuperHero> Yeah, the more testing, the better. :)
  13. May 17 12:08:05 <maxwell>       the goal is for it to be a good way to get a DEVELOPMENT environment running
  14. May 17 12:08:06 <SlackerD>      I plan on it
  15. May 17 12:08:14 <maxwell>       something short and sweet
  16. May 17 12:08:17 <SlackerD>      I have a Slackware VM set up here at work.
  17. May 17 12:08:20 <maxwell>       not the be-all end all
  18. May 17 12:08:31 <DeadSuperHero> SlackerD, should be doable then, let us know how it goes.
  19. May 17 12:08:32 <maxwell>       kinda like the meter js install script
  20. May 17 12:08:37 <SlackerD>      will do
  21. May 17 12:08:39 <maxwell>       meteor
  22. May 17 12:08:41 <DeadSuperHero> :P
  23. May 17 12:09:07 <DeadSuperHero> On that note, we've also had improvements to our debugger, thanks to tsujigiri
  24. May 17 12:09:21 <maxwell>       word
  25. May 17 12:09:25 <DeadSuperHero> New debugger gem. Try it out.
  26. May 17 12:09:42 <maxwell>       i think rails switched it in its default gem file too
  27. May 17 12:09:48 <maxwell>       for rails 4
  28. May 17 12:10:23 <DeadSuperHero> Related to debugging, we've also had some improvements to the federation logger, thanks to our community user pubis
  29. May 17 12:10:56 <maxwell>       new thought; maybe we should send a thank you email or something to new contributors telling them there is this code chat
  30. May 17 12:11:16 <DeadSuperHero> Totally. I was planning on mentioning those that contributed in the status for this week's anyways.
  31. May 17 12:11:21 <maxwell>       i feel like we get some nice contributions but we don't get to know the peeps if they don't do IRC
  32. May 17 12:11:28 <maxwell>       yeah!
  33. May 17 12:11:40 <DeadSuperHero> If you're testing out the federation logger, don't forget to also check out this guide set up by raven24 :) https://github.com/diaspora/diaspora/wiki/Federation-Logger
  34. May 17 12:12:00 <maxwell>       oh hot, didn't see that
  35. May 17 12:12:00 <DeadSuperHero> It's really handy for getting it set up.
  36. May 17 12:12:09 <DeadSuperHero> Yeah, he just put it up
  37. May 17 12:12:11 <DeadSuperHero> <33333
  38. May 17 12:12:17 <raven24>       like half an hour ago
  39. May 17 12:12:28 <DeadSuperHero> This is why we love our community.
  40. May 17 12:13:15 <DeadSuperHero> That being said, with our community development stuff, we are always looking for new contributors.
  41. May 17 12:13:26 <maxwell>       bring you kids
  42. May 17 12:13:29 <maxwell>       bring your friends
  43. May 17 12:13:29 <DeadSuperHero> Even if it's something small like squashing a bug on our BugMash (renamed to Week in Review)
  44. May 17 12:13:35 <DeadSuperHero> we could totally use the help
  45. May 17 12:14:02 <DeadSuperHero> In fact, feel free to check out the latest one on the devblog here: http://devblog.joindiaspora.com/2012/05/14/diaspora-week-in-review-cleaning-up/
  46. May 17 12:14:17 <maxwell>       yeah, we got some bug reports today and yesterday we should add there
  47. May 17 12:14:39 <DeadSuperHero> Totally. We try and keep it diverse enough so that it has something to offer to everybody.
  48. May 17 12:14:50 <DeadSuperHero> Whether it's a quick CSS fix, or a Ruby bug, or something in Javascript
  49. May 17 12:15:03 <DeadSuperHero> we want to make it easy for newcomers to pitch in, help out, and be a part of our terrific community.
  50. May 17 12:15:07 <SlackerD>      Diaspora is totally part of the Illuminati.
  51. May 17 12:15:09 <SlackerD>      :P
  52. May 17 12:15:11 <DeadSuperHero> Shhh.
  53. May 17 12:16:02 <DeadSuperHero> We've also been working on cleaning up documentation, and while we've had some great community contributions, we want to step it up a bit more.
  54. May 17 12:16:21 <DeadSuperHero> The wiki is still unfortunately kind of sprawling, and we want to make sure that we keep everything clean, relevant, and easy to navigate.
  55. May 17 12:16:45 <DeadSuperHero> If anyone is interested in helping out with that, be sure to contact me via email. It's sean@joindiaspora.com. Let's work together to make our documentation even better than it is now!
  56. May 17 12:16:59 <DeadSuperHero> Better docs = better resources.
  57. May 17 12:17:05 <maxwell>       wurd
  58. May 17 12:17:14 <DeadSuperHero> It would also be good to get some feedback from some of the podmins.
  59. May 17 12:17:30 <maxwell>       yeah and another thing that came up this past week
  60. May 17 12:17:38 <maxwell>       do we want a podmin mailing list?
  61. May 17 12:17:47 <maxwell>       or can we just say all podmins are in diaspora-dev
  62. May 17 12:17:52 <maxwell>       thoughts?
  63. May 17 12:18:04 <DeadSuperHero> I think it's an interesting distinction to make. Not all podmins are experienced developers.
  64. May 17 12:18:06 <maxwell>       we had a security announcement which i pushed thru dev
  65. May 17 12:18:16 <maxwell>       yeah, but can we at least say they will get the emails
  66. May 17 12:18:20 <raven24>       either diaspora-dev with a [PODMIN] in the subject or a separate mailinglist
  67. May 17 12:18:29 <raven24>       I think both makes sense in its way
  68. May 17 12:18:29 <maxwell>       id be happy to tag them for now
  69. May 17 12:18:39 <maxwell>       new mailing lists i think just rot
  70. May 17 12:18:44 <DeadSuperHero> Yeah.
  71. May 17 12:18:45 <maxwell>       i guess if its super low traffic
  72. May 17 12:18:48 <maxwell>       meh
  73. May 17 12:18:57 <maxwell>       simplest thing that works?
  74. May 17 12:19:01 <DeadSuperHero> True that.
  75. May 17 12:19:05 <maxwell>       ok
  76. May 17 12:19:09 <maxwell>       i will tag podmin stuff
  77. May 17 12:19:16 <raven24>       great
  78. May 17 12:19:16 <maxwell>       maybe migrations, security, setup changes
  79. May 17 12:19:19 <maxwell>       with [podmin]
  80. May 17 12:19:25 <DeadSuperHero> And I will hunt down any podmins that aren't already on the list. :)
  81. May 17 12:19:29 <maxwell>       change ya filters~!
  82. May 17 12:19:39 <DeadSuperHero> We've got something like 15 pods on podupti.me or something crazy like that.
  83. May 17 12:19:45 <DeadSuperHero> Always a good idea to keep them all on board.
  84. May 17 12:20:08 <maxwell>       word
  85. May 17 12:20:35 <DeadSuperHero> Our community is growing hella fast.
  86. May 17 12:21:38 <DeadSuperHero> Some other things we want to talk about
  87. May 17 12:21:53 <maxwell>       yeah
  88. May 17 12:22:00 <maxwell>       so a couple of new things on the hit list to talk about
  89. May 17 12:22:06 <maxwell>       i spoke with this with raven24 a bit
  90. May 17 12:22:11 <maxwell>       concerning federation
  91. May 17 12:22:15 <raven24>       aye
  92. May 17 12:22:19 <maxwell>       i think the first step is getting the federation refactor in
  93. May 17 12:22:39 <maxwell>       that kinda de-mystifies some of the 'validation phase' of a message
  94. May 17 12:22:50 <maxwell>       regardless of where we go from there
  95. May 17 12:23:02 <maxwell>       this refactor makes cleaner seams between stuff
  96. May 17 12:23:07 <maxwell>       because the general gist is
  97. May 17 12:23:15 <maxwell>       refactor, then extract
  98. May 17 12:23:25 <maxwell>       because some of this code just needs to be ripped out and redone
  99. May 17 12:23:43 <maxwell>       but we want it to be a bit more modular, because we don't need to throw the baby out with the bathwater
  100. May 17 12:24:03 <maxwell>       raven24: do you think you could get the tests to pass on the federation_refactoring branch?
  101. May 17 12:24:22 <maxwell>       there is some interesting 3.2 incompatibilities with the way association methods are generated
  102. May 17 12:24:26 <raven24>       should be doable,
  103. May 17 12:24:29 <maxwell>       i think i might have got it sorted
  104. May 17 12:24:32 <maxwell>       let me see if i pushed
  105. May 17 12:24:58 <raven24>       the main thing was the raise if there was no :author method, i think
  106. May 17 12:25:03 <maxwell>       yeah
  107. May 17 12:25:07 <maxwell>       i just took it out :)
  108. May 17 12:25:21 <DeadSuperHero> For anyone that's interested in seeing the federation refactoring going on, be sure to check out: https://github.com/diaspora/diaspora/tree/federation_refactorings
  109. May 17 12:25:25 <maxwell>       its kinda dumb, rails now overrides association methods when you include a new model
  110. May 17 12:25:30 <maxwell>       yes thx for link
  111. May 17 12:25:41 <maxwell>       so the goal of this refactor, again, is just cleanup
  112. May 17 12:25:49 <maxwell>       i tried to minimize changes in behavior
  113. May 17 12:25:56 <maxwell>       two cavets
  114. May 17 12:26:10 <maxwell>       1) previously, we were raising on certain federation errors, but not others
  115. May 17 12:26:27 <maxwell>       I don't think we want to be raising at all, but in the interest of getting the tests to pass first
  116. May 17 12:26:35 <maxwell>       I made all of the errors raise
  117. May 17 12:26:44 <maxwell>       however, that now all happens at the same time
  118. May 17 12:26:51 <maxwell>       so what we should do once we make it green
  119. May 17 12:27:00 <maxwell>       is to take out the raising altogether
  120. May 17 12:27:08 <maxwell>       and change it with some federation logger messages
  121. May 17 12:27:11 *       grippi (~grippi@gateway-sf.pivotallabs.com) has joined #diaspora-meeting
  122. May 17 12:27:15 <maxwell>       (thats 2)
  123. May 17 12:27:20 <grippi>        and i'm 3
  124. May 17 12:27:21 <SlackerD>      hi grippi
  125. May 17 12:27:25 <grippi>        sup?
  126. May 17 12:27:30 <SlackerD>      nothing much
  127. May 17 12:27:37 <grippi>        coolbeans
  128. May 17 12:27:51 <maxwell>       ok
  129. May 17 12:27:53 <maxwell>       word
  130. May 17 12:27:57 <raven24>       good
  131. May 17 12:28:02 <maxwell>       there is some other things we are throwing around
  132. May 17 12:28:11 <maxwell>       but nothing really set in stone
  133. May 17 12:28:26 <maxwell>       some scratch work of ideas on my github profile
  134. May 17 12:28:36 <maxwell>       but nothing worth discussing in detail yet
  135. May 17 12:28:51 <maxwell>       fwiw, i try to push all my dumb ideas to github
  136. May 17 12:28:57 <s0dafire>      Is now Question-Time?
  137. May 17 12:29:06 <maxwell>       umm i had a couple of more hting
  138. May 17 12:29:10 <s0dafire>      k
  139. May 17 12:29:27 <maxwell>       Question: Move to 1.9.3 only?? (new factory girl is only 1.9.3)
  140. May 17 12:29:39 <maxwell>       i upgraded factory girl, which is just a small dependency
  141. May 17 12:29:42 <maxwell>       but
  142. May 17 12:29:43 <maxwell>       when i pushed it
  143. May 17 12:29:55 <maxwell>       travis exploded, and told me there is no new factory girl for 1.8.7?
  144. May 17 12:30:03 <maxwell>       is this the beginning of the end?
  145. May 17 12:30:08 <maxwell>       so that leads me to the question
  146. May 17 12:30:11 <maxwell>       how have you all installed diaspora
  147. May 17 12:30:16 <maxwell>       rvm?  or packages?
  148. May 17 12:30:22 <grippi>        i'd personally like to deprecate support for all versions of 1.8
  149. May 17 12:30:29 <raven24>       rvm
  150. May 17 12:30:36 <maxwell>        me too
  151. May 17 12:30:43 <maxwell>       1.9.3 is just in every way better
  152. May 17 12:30:44 <raven24>       and deprecating 1.8x +1
  153. May 17 12:30:45 <SlackerD>      maxwell: it pulled in packages for me when I installed it
  154. May 17 12:30:46 <dmorley_>      rvm!
  155. May 17 12:30:47 <maxwell>       so much faster development
  156. May 17 12:30:51 <grippi>        once we switch to rails 4 (when it releases), we will be required to drop support for anything > 1.9.3
  157. May 17 12:30:54 <SlackerD>      I believe it pulled in 1.9.3
  158. May 17 12:31:03 <grippi>        great!
  159. May 17 12:31:04 <maxwell>       SlackerD: i think via RVM?
  160. May 17 12:31:11 <SlackerD>      yes, rvm
  161. May 17 12:31:15 <grippi>        so it looks like no one here would have an issue switching to 1.9.3?
  162. May 17 12:31:15 <maxwell>       cool
  163. May 17 12:31:24 <grippi>        you can use your REE GC flags with it
  164. May 17 12:31:26 <grippi>        it's super awesome
  165. May 17 12:31:26 <maxwell>       grippi: still think we should ping the list
  166. May 17 12:31:30 <grippi>        yeah
  167. May 17 12:31:38 <grippi>        i just wanted to get a sense from the participants here
  168. May 17 12:31:38 <maxwell>       would love to get dmorley_ thoughts on how it changes his setups
  169. May 17 12:31:42 <SlackerD>      the cool thing was
  170. May 17 12:31:46 <maxwell>       or offSchub
  171. May 17 12:31:53 <SlackerD>      Slackware had most of the dependencies already :)
  172. May 17 12:31:54 <maxwell>       or diasp
  173. May 17 12:32:30 <maxwell>       any other thoughts?
  174. May 17 12:32:35 <DeadSuperHero> Might be good to ping the list first for feedback, for anyone that missed this chat.
  175. May 17 12:32:49 <DeadSuperHero> It'd be good to know how much it changes a pod's setup, and if any extra work is needed.
  176. May 17 12:33:01 <dmorley_>      well i started with root and packages, i changed to running things as a user with rvm and its hella easier. i hated rvm for so long, but thats cuz i always used the servers as root and did not know rvm+root=hell
  177. May 17 12:33:07 <raven24>       I think we should encourage everyone to abandon distribution ruby packages
  178. May 17 12:33:14 <DeadSuperHero> A good idea, I think.
  179. May 17 12:33:16 <grippi>        yeah
  180. May 17 12:33:20 <DeadSuperHero> Some distro packages are soooo old.
  181. May 17 12:33:20 <maxwell>       raven24: bold words :)
  182. May 17 12:33:22 <grippi>        even heroku uses rvm
  183. May 17 12:33:35 <raven24>       :)
  184. May 17 12:33:36 <maxwell>       i don't think thats true
  185. May 17 12:33:38 <maxwell>       but ok
  186. May 17 12:33:42 <grippi>        it is
  187. May 17 12:33:47 <[JT]-> rvm ftw
  188. May 17 12:34:17 <maxwell>       ok
  189. May 17 12:34:24 <grippi>        actually, nvm you're right
  190. May 17 12:34:24 <maxwell>       so the general consensus of IRC diaspora
  191. May 17 12:34:32 <maxwell>       is rvm is l33t
  192. May 17 12:34:35 <grippi>        but regardless, it's definitely not a bad thing
  193. May 17 12:34:37 <maxwell>       and thus
  194. May 17 12:34:45 <maxwell>       we should think about making diaspora 1.9.3 only
  195. May 17 12:34:53 <maxwell>       i will send a mail to the list
  196. May 17 12:34:54 <grippi>        yes yes & yes
  197. May 17 12:35:00 <dmorley_>      yes
  198. May 17 12:35:00 <maxwell>       and if we don't get major complaining
  199. May 17 12:35:03 <maxwell>       we will upgrade
  200. May 17 12:35:04 <grippi>        we'll receive some flack
  201. May 17 12:35:07 <grippi>        but probably not too much
  202. May 17 12:35:07 <raven24>       [like]
  203. May 17 12:35:11 <maxwell>       and we will need a guide to upgrade current installs
  204. May 17 12:35:19 <maxwell>       anyone want to help with that
  205. May 17 12:35:19 <DeadSuperHero> I'll take care of it.
  206. May 17 12:35:23 <grippi>        i was talking to a gentoo elitist and he was going on about he only wants one package manager
  207. May 17 12:35:29 <DeadSuperHero> lol
  208. May 17 12:35:43 <maxwell>       ok
  209. May 17 12:35:44 <maxwell>       rad
  210. May 17 12:35:45 <maxwell>       !
  211. May 17 12:35:51 <grippi>        yay
  212. May 17 12:35:52 <maxwell>       ok a couple of other things on the list
  213. May 17 12:36:08 *       luke_ (~luke@3.Red-79-152-240.dynamicIP.rima-tde.net) has joined #diaspora-meeting
  214. May 17 12:36:17 <maxwell>       people trying to debug on diapsora dev with broken english
  215. May 17 12:36:20 <maxwell>       i want to help them
  216. May 17 12:36:26 <maxwell>       but i feel like it is annoying to everyone on the list
  217. May 17 12:36:28 <maxwell>       thoughts?
  218. May 17 12:36:37 <maxwell>       i don't want to be a jerk to him, or the people subscribed?
  219. May 17 12:36:44 <luke_> maybe separate channels for different languages?
  220. May 17 12:36:57 <grippi>        luke_: we've had experience with stuff like that before
  221. May 17 12:36:59 <DeadSuperHero> I dunno, too many separate channels can get a little hairy.
  222. May 17 12:37:00 <grippi>        like, separating lists
  223. May 17 12:37:04 <grippi>        it's gets nuts
  224. May 17 12:37:05 <maxwell>       i don't really want to introduce more overhead
  225. May 17 12:37:05 <raven24>       the guy was on IRC yesterday, and I tried to help, but it was hard ...
  226. May 17 12:37:05 <maxwell>       yeah
  227. May 17 12:37:08 <maxwell>       yeah
  228. May 17 12:37:15 <maxwell>       i think he is just google translating everyhtign
  229. May 17 12:37:21 <DeadSuperHero> Ouch.
  230. May 17 12:37:23 <maxwell>       i think the problem is that he can't even read the main guide
  231. May 17 12:37:33 <maxwell>       cuz questions he was asking are pretty fundamental
  232. May 17 12:37:34 <luke_> you won't be able to help him then, unfortunately
  233. May 17 12:37:37 <maxwell>       yeah
  234. May 17 12:37:37 <[JT]-> I got annoyed with the e-mails, but just shrugged. Not much you can do other than say "go to IRC"
  235. May 17 12:37:39 <grippi>        maybe we need to seek translators for the installation guide?
  236. May 17 12:37:44 <maxwell>       no
  237. May 17 12:37:48 <maxwell>       thats a clusterfuck right now
  238. May 17 12:37:53 <grippi>        true
  239. May 17 12:38:05 <maxwell>       ok
  240. May 17 12:38:14 <grippi>        well, better install scripts would help alleviate some of the confusion
  241. May 17 12:38:14 <maxwell>       we will just try to direct crazy people to IRC
  242. May 17 12:38:21 <maxwell>       grippi: => truth
  243. May 17 12:38:31 <luke_> maxwell: lol
  244. May 17 12:38:39 <raven24>       what do you mean "better"
  245. May 17 12:38:40 <raven24>       XD
  246. May 17 12:38:43 <[JT]-> to #diaspora-crazy
  247. May 17 12:38:46 *       morgenstern_ (~quassel@95.182.135.72) has joined #diaspora-meeting
  248. May 17 12:38:47 <grippi>        lol
  249. May 17 12:38:48 <maxwell>       lololololol
  250. May 17 12:38:52 *       sarahmei (~sarahmei@75-101-111-130.dedicated.static.sonic.net) has joined #diaspora-meeting
  251. May 17 12:38:55 <maxwell>       heh
  252. May 17 12:38:59 <maxwell>       ok
  253. May 17 12:39:01 <maxwell>       other small things
  254. May 17 12:39:07 <maxwell>       that we can add to wish list and what not
  255. May 17 12:39:13 <maxwell>       why doesnt the ajax loader show on first stream load :(
  256. May 17 12:39:16 <tubbo> maxwell: I propose a rule for diaspora-dev: No free support.
  257. May 17 12:39:23 <grippi>        lol i know why
  258. May 17 12:39:28 <maxwell>       tubbo: interesting
  259. May 17 12:39:30 <tubbo> you don't see people asking "how do i generate a model" on rails-core
  260. May 17 12:39:46 *       morgenstern_ has quit (Client Quit)
  261. May 17 12:39:47 <tubbo> i don't subscribe to the regular group for that reason
  262. May 17 12:39:50 <DeadSuperHero> but you do see it in places like StackExchange
  263. May 17 12:39:59 <DeadSuperHero> :P
  264. May 17 12:40:02 <maxwell>       also interesting
  265. May 17 12:40:07 <[JT]-> tubbo: and Rails is more mature than D*
  266. May 17 12:40:14 <maxwell>       i wonder if it would help to do a stack exchange
  267. May 17 12:40:20 <maxwell>       even for the better SEO
  268. May 17 12:40:23 <tubbo> DeadSuperHero: StackExchange is a corporation with employees. I am not an employee of D* and I am not paid to give support, so I don't want to be bothered by it.
  269. May 17 12:40:24 <maxwell>       of fixes
  270. May 17 12:40:29 <maxwell>       yeah
  271. May 17 12:40:41 <luke_> From my perspective (ASP.NET dev) setting stuff up on Linux is hard because it is very different
  272. May 17 12:40:44 <tubbo> i know we have people employed but hey if we're gonna support we might as well charge for it
  273. May 17 12:41:00 <DeadSuperHero> uh
  274. May 17 12:41:15 <maxwell>       I think that makes sense when we hit a level of maturity
  275. May 17 12:41:32 <maxwell>       but i hear you about watering down the point of diaspora-dev with support requests
  276. May 17 12:41:33 <luke_> so while I understand MVC frameworks, some things that are very *nix is difficult to get my head around
  277. May 17 12:41:36 <tubbo> maxwell: i would get behind something like that
  278. May 17 12:42:04 <raven24>       tubbo: is that like for every question answered satisfactory you get/pay money
  279. May 17 12:42:08 <tubbo> luke_: i would recommend buying Linux Pocket Guide or some other *NIX book and learning it. 90% of the web is run on unix-based OSes, if you want to do web you probably should at least be comfortable in that sort of an environment
  280. May 17 12:42:30 <tubbo> raven24: no i was talking about the RedHat/10gen model of offering support for their FLOSS products for a fee.
  281. May 17 12:42:39 <maxwell>       it is an interesting prospect, maybe we should pick up the topic of "support requests in diaspora dev " on the mailing list
  282. May 17 12:42:47 <tubbo> i think so
  283. May 17 12:43:04 <maxwell>       we can think it a bit more :0
  284. May 17 12:43:07 <maxwell>       :)
  285. May 17 12:43:08 <maxwell>       not :0
  286. May 17 12:43:09 <tubbo> i think we need to be firm with people, but not like mean
  287. May 17 12:43:11 <[JT]-> If folks can get a test Rails app running, they can probably get D* going. Maybe the first suggestion should be to do the former and come back when prepared to do the latter.
  288. May 17 12:43:22 <maxwell>       [JT]-: i like that idea
  289. May 17 12:43:32 <maxwell>       its also an interesting thought
  290. May 17 12:43:33 <tubbo> yeah that's a good baseline we can give people
  291. May 17 12:43:39 <maxwell>       that people should get it running in dev mode
  292. May 17 12:43:43 <maxwell>       before production mode
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  294. May 17 12:43:48 <raven24>       [JT]-: then there are people like me, who always go right for what they came to do
  295. May 17 12:43:49 <maxwell>       i actually added
  296. May 17 12:44:03 <[JT]-> Sure, that's me too. But sometimes you have to walk before you can run.
  297. May 17 12:44:05 <maxwell>       http://railsapps.github.com/installing-rails-3-1.html
  298. May 17 12:44:07 <luke_> tubbo: I am lead web dev for betfred.com
  299. May 17 12:44:41 <[JT]-> Long term, you want to make the installation kind of point-and-click, but the project isn't there yet.
  300. May 17 12:44:56 <maxwell>       yeah, really
  301. May 17 12:45:00 <sarahmei>      Rails and ruby don't work well on windows, really :( so that's a bigger issue than the d* code
  302. May 17 12:45:16 <raven24>       windows doesn't work well
  303. May 17 12:45:18 <raven24>       ;)
  304. May 17 12:45:20 <maxwell>       developers are our installer target right now
  305. May 17 12:45:28 <luke_> @saramei: I can't rails behaving on XP
  306. May 17 12:45:51 <maxwell>       <3
  307. May 17 12:45:52 <maxwell>       ok
  308. May 17 12:46:02 <maxwell>       i wanna get these last two a
  309. May 17 12:46:05 <maxwell>       nd leave time for q
  310. May 17 12:46:24 <maxwell>       other new things you can help with
  311. May 17 12:46:25 <maxwell>       Change application.yml loader to use figaro
  312. May 17 12:46:33 <maxwell>       its a cool new gem for env loading
  313. May 17 12:46:56 <maxwell>       which can decouple our loading from yaml or ENV vars, and separate our config validations for when the server starts
  314. May 17 12:47:10 <maxwell>       it a good task for someone who knows ruby and good OOP
  315. May 17 12:47:16 <maxwell>       but wants to get their feet wet with diaspora
  316. May 17 12:47:27 <maxwell>       because its a lot of just breaking crappy code into nice little happy objects
  317. May 17 12:47:30 <maxwell>       bob ross style
  318. May 17 12:47:39 <DeadSuperHero> :)
  319. May 17 12:47:50 <maxwell>       someone could fix this
  320. May 17 12:47:52 <maxwell>       This:https://github.com/diaspora/diaspora/issues/3271
  321. May 17 12:47:58 <maxwell>       grippi!!!!!!!!!!
  322. May 17 12:48:01 <maxwell>       :P
  323. May 17 12:48:09 <maxwell>       another thing
  324. May 17 12:48:10 <grippi>        oh whoops
  325. May 17 12:48:13 <maxwell>       Show a page : you do not have permission to view this post to things posted to twitter:
  326. May 17 12:48:18 <maxwell>       we are posting permalinks to twitter
  327. May 17 12:48:25 *       morgenstern_ (~quassel@95.182.135.72) has joined #diaspora-meeting
  328. May 17 12:48:36 <maxwell>       i personally am opinionated to say that you should always permalink your shit you send out the world
  329. May 17 12:48:46 <maxwell>       while I agree we can do more to make this feature better
  330. May 17 12:48:49 <raven24>       true
  331. May 17 12:48:52 <sarahmei>      Then the counter should be updated :p
  332. May 17 12:48:55 <maxwell>       i think if you click on a link of a private post on twiter
  333. May 17 12:48:57 <sarahmei>      It's super annoying
  334. May 17 12:49:00 <maxwell>       what counter?
  335. May 17 12:49:05 <maxwell>       oh
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  337. May 17 12:49:06 <maxwell>       yeah
  338. May 17 12:49:20 <maxwell>       we can just set the max length to 140 -21
  339. May 17 12:49:25 <maxwell>       on the counter
  340. May 17 12:49:28 <maxwell>       should be easy enuf
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  342. May 17 12:49:38 <maxwell>       but when a user clicks a private link
  343. May 17 12:49:59 <maxwell>       it should say something like "this is private, contact the post owner to get permission or something"
  344. May 17 12:50:05 <maxwell>       because right now we throw a 404
  345. May 17 12:50:11 <maxwell>       and people think d* is broken
  346. May 17 12:50:23 <raven24>       +1
  347. May 17 12:50:44 <maxwell>       ok
  348. May 17 12:50:50 <maxwell>       we can add that to the wish list
  349. May 17 12:50:57 <maxwell>       stevenh isn't here
  350. May 17 12:51:02 <DeadSuperHero> Sad face.
  351. May 17 12:51:03 <maxwell>       but i wanted to talk about doorkeeper
  352. May 17 12:51:11 <maxwell>       but ill just respond in that pull request
  353. May 17 12:51:15 <raven24>       +1 that, too
  354. May 17 12:51:32 <maxwell>       the TL;dr is i think we should wait a little bit
  355. May 17 12:51:42 <maxwell>       i don't know what the APIs are going to be around the new stuff we are going to do
  356. May 17 12:51:52 <maxwell>       so while some api routes are great (things to get stream etc etc)
  357. May 17 12:52:02 <maxwell>       we should let it settle down before putting oath stuff back in
  358. May 17 12:52:06 <maxwell>       but it should not be too hard!
  359. May 17 12:52:11 <maxwell>       :D
  360. May 17 12:52:14 <maxwell>       so rails 3.2
  361. May 17 12:52:16 <maxwell>       yay
  362. May 17 12:52:19 <maxwell>       ruby 1.9.3
  363. May 17 12:52:20 <maxwell>       ray
  364. May 17 12:52:20 <raven24>       especially as middleware
  365. May 17 12:52:22 <maxwell>       yay
  366. May 17 12:52:28 <maxwell>       ok
  367. May 17 12:52:31 <maxwell>       i think thats really it
  368. May 17 12:52:39 <maxwell>       I am yanking out old bad code
  369. May 17 12:52:44 <maxwell>       but thats not really exciting new features
  370. May 17 12:52:47 <maxwell>       questions!
  371. May 17 12:53:07 <maxwell>       s0dafire:
  372. May 17 12:53:28 <s0dafire>      So there are some heavy bugs around there for example: https://github.com/diaspora/diaspora/issues/3244
  373. May 17 12:53:48 <maxwell>       yeah
  374. May 17 12:53:54 <maxwell>       we should add that to the bug mash
  375. May 17 12:53:58 <DeadSuperHero> Totes.
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  377. May 17 12:54:02 <maxwell>       its not actually a big database problem
  378. May 17 12:54:06 <DeadSuperHero> I'll add it after this meeting.
  379. May 17 12:54:08 <maxwell>       its just something at the presenter level
  380. May 17 12:54:33 <maxwell>       maybe even in JS
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  382. May 17 12:54:42 <grippi>        maxwell++
  383. May 17 12:54:44 <grippi>        indeed
  384. May 17 12:55:04 <grippi>        i'd also like reshares to actually act like reshares on the original post
  385. May 17 12:55:08 <grippi>        maxwell: do we currently do that?
  386. May 17 12:55:11 <s0dafire>      Most user aren't happy about this.. and this bug exists since a month or so..
  387. May 17 12:55:11 <grippi>        i'm having a brainfart
  388. May 17 12:55:11 <luke_> are you guys just keeping up with the latest version of rails/ruby?
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  390. May 17 12:55:27 <grippi>        luke_: as discussed previously, we're on 3.2
  391. May 17 12:55:37 <grippi>        and we want to push 1.9.3 as standard
  392. May 17 12:55:43 <grippi>        we're using it on joindiaspora.com
  393. May 17 12:55:47 <maxwell>       luke_: we are trying to stay as up to date as possible
  394. May 17 12:55:55 <maxwell>       s0dafire: we will get on it
  395. May 17 12:55:57 <luke_> okay thanks
  396. May 17 12:56:01 <maxwell>       a failing test would be helpful
  397. May 17 12:56:04 <grippi>        we just need to be careful :)
  398. May 17 12:56:07 <maxwell>       so feel free to send a pull request for it
  399. May 17 12:57:09 <s0dafire>      k... my next question is: What's with the 'Follow-Button'? Why you guys removed it?
  400. May 17 12:57:25 <maxwell>       beta profile is beta
  401. May 17 12:57:30 <grippi>        yeah
  402. May 17 12:57:33 <maxwell>       its a button that didn't do anything
  403. May 17 12:57:36 <grippi>        s0dafire: we're still working with it
  404. May 17 12:57:41 <maxwell>       *was
  405. May 17 12:57:47 <[JT]-> Oh yeah - picture federation. Is that an open issue? It's driving me nuts.
  406. May 17 12:58:01 <maxwell>       it is an open issue
  407. May 17 12:58:05 <grippi>        and we're testing and listening with ourselves and a small group of people on jd.com
  408. May 17 12:58:13 <grippi>        [JT]-: we have big plans for federation
  409. May 17 12:58:16 <maxwell>       i might patch it in an ugly way so it works
  410. May 17 12:58:24 <grippi>        which we look forward to explaining soon
  411. May 17 12:58:27 <[JT]-> I figured it was just a matter of patience. Thanks!
  412. May 17 12:58:31 <grippi>        once we get our ideas ironed out
  413. May 17 12:58:44 <maxwell>       word
  414. May 17 12:58:57 <s0dafire>      it signaled you interacting with the post
  415. May 17 12:59:06 <s0dafire>      so it has a function
  416. May 17 12:59:22 <s0dafire>      and you was able to unfollow a post
  417. May 17 12:59:34 <s0dafire>      so you 'mute' the interaction
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  419. May 17 12:59:51 <maxwell>       oh
  420. May 17 12:59:53 <maxwell>       that follow
  421. May 17 12:59:54 <JanKusanagi>   I think s0dafire is talking about the "follow" link in posts, not the "follow" button in new profiles
  422. May 17 12:59:59 <DeadSuperHero> Yeah.
  423. May 17 13:00:02 <maxwell>       grippi:  go
  424. May 17 13:00:03 <grippi>        oh ok
  425. May 17 13:00:07 <grippi>        so i took that out
  426. May 17 13:00:07 <JanKusanagi>   which I also miss, vtw
  427. May 17 13:00:09 <JanKusanagi>   btw
  428. May 17 13:00:14 <grippi>        in efforts to encourage interaction
  429. May 17 13:00:20 <grippi>        we still keep tabs on it in the database
  430. May 17 13:00:23 <grippi>        we just don't expose it in the ui
  431. May 17 13:00:28 <grippi>        so bringing it back would be trival
  432. May 17 13:00:39 <grippi>        i'd optimally like to bring it back as a mute function
  433. May 17 13:00:39 <s0dafire>      okay
  434. May 17 13:00:46 <grippi>        as in, after you interact with something
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  436. May 17 13:00:49 <grippi>        you can mute it
  437. May 17 13:01:00 <raven24>       +1
  438. May 17 13:01:05 <grippi>        but i didn't like how i had the options of "follow", "like", "reshare", and "comment"
  439. May 17 13:01:08 <grippi>        it was too many options
  440. May 17 13:01:15 <grippi>        as in
  441. May 17 13:01:19 <grippi>        "do i follow this, or like it?"
  442. May 17 13:01:22 <JanKusanagi>   "mute" sounds to me kind of like "I don't want to see this post ever again, in any way"
  443. May 17 13:01:38 <grippi>        mute as in "stop notifying me of changes"
  444. May 17 13:01:41 <DeadSuperHero> It means more like "I want to leave this conversation for now, and not recieve notifications of it"
  445. May 17 13:01:43 <DeadSuperHero> Yeah.
  446. May 17 13:01:51 <s0dafire>      many users saw the follow-button as an option for 'read this post later in my activity-stream'
  447. May 17 13:02:14 <JanKusanagi>   yes, I understand the meaning in this context, I'm just saying I don't think it sounds clear to people who didn't know the "follow/unfollow" thing
  448. May 17 13:02:15 <s0dafire>      so it wasn't useless overall
  449. May 17 13:02:44 <luke_> Question: I've been working a lot with Disqus and Livefyre recently at work ... have you guys got any plans for something similar?
  450. May 17 13:02:46 <JanKusanagi>   s0dafire: +1
  451. May 17 13:03:20 <DeadSuperHero> luke_, what do you mean exactly? Like, Diaspora as a commenting platform for sites?
  452. May 17 13:04:00 <luke_> Either Linking in with their services (maybe that isn't an option depending on their T&Cs) or having a commenting platform itself
  453. May 17 13:04:07 <raven24>       that sounds unfeasible with the distributed nature of D*
  454. May 17 13:04:15 <DeadSuperHero> Interesting thoughts, but I agree with raven24
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  456. May 17 13:04:26 <maxwell>       i think we are trying to focus on one thing right now, which is help people make and own stuff
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  458. May 17 13:04:38 <maxwell>       make stuff you care about, and own the data
  459. May 17 13:04:48 <luke_> :D
  460. May 17 13:04:50 <maxwell>       and share it around  where you want
  461. May 17 13:05:08 <maxwell>       we can do fun comment platforms once we get that nailed down
  462. May 17 13:05:15 <maxwell>       :D
  463. May 17 13:05:27 <luke_> I get ya
  464. May 17 13:06:15 <s0dafire>      grippi: Your new 'Mute-Function' = D* old "Unfollow-Post-Function" ..just sayin'
  465. May 17 13:06:33 <s0dafire>      so I don't see the point on that
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  467. May 17 13:08:23 <DeadSuperHero> Any more questions?
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  469. May 17 13:09:27 <maxwell>       s0dafire: found the reshare problem
  470. May 17 13:09:29 <maxwell>       should push something soon
  471. May 17 13:09:32 <maxwell>       gotta write a test first
  472. May 17 13:09:37 <grippi>        s0dafire: exactly
  473. May 17 13:09:56 <JanKusanagi>   DeadSuperHero: I have one
  474. May 17 13:10:02 <DeadSuperHero> Shoot!
  475. May 17 13:10:04 <JanKusanagi>   will the new profiles replace completely the current ones, or do you intend to provide an option to see old-style profiles? I ask because I've seen the new profile and it doesn't seem like the most accessible thing for people with old or low power machines. Sure, it'll be optimized, but still...
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  478. May 17 13:10:40 <DeadSuperHero> That's a good question. I'm pretty sure we're just going to have the new profiles, though.
  479. May 17 13:10:43 <maxwell>       JanKusanagi: it will be optimized, and it will be the default
  480. May 17 13:11:17 <JanKusanagi>   being default sounds perfect, I just worry about not having lighter options
  481. May 17 13:11:27 <raven24>       true, on my shitty netbook it is hella slow...
  482. May 17 13:11:40 <maxwell>       thats good to know
  483. May 17 13:11:46 <maxwell>       we are gonna perf the hell out of it
  484. May 17 13:11:50 <maxwell>       we still are figuring it out
  485. May 17 13:11:54 <raven24>       probably the shadows or something
  486. May 17 13:11:57 <maxwell>       so while its in flux we are not going to make it faster
  487. May 17 13:12:03 <maxwell>       damn shadows
  488. May 17 13:12:06 <raven24>       ;)
  489. May 17 13:12:15 <maxwell>       that and opacity killz
  490. May 17 13:12:18 <maxwell>       OPACITY KILLZ
  491. May 17 13:12:30 <JanKusanagi>   I think it's quite nice, very modern stuff, shiny
  492. May 17 13:12:40 <[JT]-> I like it, too.
  493. May 17 13:12:43 <JanKusanagi>   but useless if it makes your browser slow to a crowl
  494. May 17 13:12:58 <maxwell>       on it
  495. May 17 13:13:00 <JanKusanagi>   or consume 400 MiB of RAM just to see a profile (that might be browser bug, sure)
  496. May 17 13:13:05 <raven24>       +1 (with hexacore and 16GB RAM, but crappy netbook: -1)
  497. May 17 13:13:28 <s0dafire>      maxwell: cool
  498. May 17 13:13:50 <maxwell>       s0dafire: i think it was relating to something disco wanted to do
  499. May 17 13:13:54 <maxwell>       which is to chain reshares
  500. May 17 13:14:16 <maxwell>       so we switched it from being a single reference to the parent, to a linked list
  501. May 17 13:14:36 <maxwell>       and we forgot to update the presenter to show the OP instead of where you found it
  502. May 17 13:14:40 <JanKusanagi>   that can be confusing sometimes
  503. May 17 13:15:45 <Miguel0n>      Hi guys, any idea about the ETA on the new publisher? (Go Diaspora* : D)
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  505. May 17 13:16:19 <maxwell>       well its live for some feature flagged users
  506. May 17 13:16:32 <maxwell>       still working out a bunch of kinks
  507. May 17 13:16:41 <maxwell>       and grippi made some rad changes last night
  508. May 17 13:16:47 <[JT]-> Love the new publisher. Just need a "back" for the preview.
  509. May 17 13:16:51 <Herpton>       Hey, I had a quick question. What's the status of any sort of API? Will we be able to write apps that make use of it anytime soon?
  510. May 17 13:16:56 <raven24>       latest master is missing a background ... just transparency there
  511. May 17 13:16:56 <maxwell>       dennis finished that yesterday
  512. May 17 13:16:59 <Miguel0n>      nice to hear thanks
  513. May 17 13:17:03 <JanKusanagi>   maybe people could ask to be "betaflagged" somewhere? :D
  514. May 17 13:17:23 <maxwell>       ^ [JT]-
  515. May 17 13:17:24 <[JT]-> JanKusanagi: Ask your podmin.
  516. May 17 13:17:35 <[JT]-> Yep - thanks maxwell. I'll update.
  517. May 17 13:17:41 <JanKusanagi>   ok
  518. May 17 13:17:44 <grippi>        and continuing
  519. May 17 13:17:44 <grippi>        !
  520. May 17 13:17:45 <maxwell>       maybe he didn't push it yet
  521. May 17 13:17:52 <maxwell>       but should be in shortly
  522. May 17 13:17:56 <maxwell>       was drivin me crazy too
  523. May 17 13:17:56 <[JT]-> Cool.
  524. May 17 13:17:58 <grippi>        i haven't
  525. May 17 13:18:05 <grippi>        i wanna make it super smooth first
  526. May 17 13:18:08 <JanKusanagi>   I'm on jd.com, so my podmin would be... maxwell, grippi and company, I guess :D
  527. May 17 13:18:14 <grippi>        yep yep
  528. May 17 13:18:17 <[JT]-> Ah. :)
  529. May 17 13:19:12 <Herpton>       So, what about an API? Is there a reference implementation devs could look at for basic posting?
  530. May 17 13:19:47 <Herpton>       like a v. 0.1 or something?
  531. May 17 13:19:48 <raven24>       Herpton: afaik api is a DenSchub MrZYX co-production
  532. May 17 13:20:16 <maxwell>       i think we are holding off until we get all these new publishing options in
  533. May 17 13:20:19 <Herpton>       Is it? Should I talk to them, then?
  534. May 17 13:20:19 <maxwell>       which could be a little bit
  535. May 17 13:20:24 <Herpton>       Oh, okay.
  536. May 17 13:20:26 <s0dafire>      On more thing... can you add  the link http://podupti.me on http://joindiaspora.com ?
  537. May 17 13:20:49 <s0dafire>      Some people don't know there are other pods out there
  538. May 17 13:20:51 <DeadSuperHero> I guess it couldn't hurt to put it in the footer or something.
  539. May 17 13:20:51 *       offSchub is now known as DenSchub
  540. May 17 13:21:04 <JanKusanagi>   +999
  541. May 17 13:21:09 <[JT]-> s0dafire++ - I'm all for driving decentralization.
  542. May 17 13:21:10 <s0dafire>      and they thing joindiaspora.com is the one and only server for D*7
  543. May 17 13:21:17 <s0dafire>      'think
  544. May 17 13:21:54 <JanKusanagi>   I've seen to many people thinking that
  545. May 17 13:22:14 <zarrina>       +10
  546. May 17 13:22:21 <JanKusanagi>   I'm trying to educate google to show "diasporaproject.org" as first match for "diaspora", but it's hard :P
  547. May 17 13:22:31 <s0dafire>      I've watched some vid on YouTube about D*
  548. May 17 13:22:41 <DeadSuperHero> Nice.
  549. May 17 13:22:42 <s0dafire>      and all referring to joindiaspora.com
  550. May 17 13:22:46 <DeadSuperHero> Ah.
  551. May 17 13:23:09 <JanKusanagi>   the usual flow I see is "what's that diaspora thing? -> google: diaspora -> joindiaspora.com -> sign up for invite -> wait forever"
  552. May 17 13:23:13 <JanKusanagi>   that's sad
  553. May 17 13:23:22 <maxwell>       well its not really ready for people yet
  554. May 17 13:23:27 <maxwell>       thats why we are changing stuff
  555. May 17 13:23:29 <JanKusanagi>   true, true
  556. May 17 13:23:35 <maxwell>       old diaspora is old
  557. May 17 13:23:40 <DeadSuperHero> Hella old.
  558. May 17 13:24:18 <luke_> I honestly had a few problems when signing up what really was going on
  559. May 17 13:24:48 <maxwell>       when we get a proper release a lot of these things will be fixed
  560. May 17 13:24:52 <luke_> but I have that with G+ ... I may have asked this before ... are you guys going to do any A/B
  561. May 17 13:24:56 <luke_> testing*
  562. May 17 13:25:04 <maxwell>       luke_: we need to do more
  563. May 17 13:25:13 <maxwell>       feature flag beta stuff is where we are now
  564. May 17 13:25:20 <maxwell>       new users who are beta don't see any old stuff
  565. May 17 13:25:22 *       Herpton has quit (Quit: Page closed)
  566. May 17 13:25:57 *       zarrina has quit (Quit: ChatZilla 0.9.88.2 [SeaMonkey 2.9.1/20120429011004])
  567. May 17 13:26:08 <maxwell>       ok
  568. May 17 13:26:12 <maxwell>       any other questions?
  569. May 17 13:26:15 <Miguel0n>      maxwell: i'm on joindiaspora.com, could you please make me a flagged user?
  570. May 17 13:27:01 <JanKusanagi>   I'd ask about the xmpp/jabber chat, but I think that's been asked about enough times :P
  571. May 17 13:27:52 <maxwell>       no progress has been made by the original poster since it was closed, like last year
  572. May 17 13:27:59 <maxwell>       again, chat does not help us make and own things
  573. May 17 13:28:12 <[JT]-> chat--
  574. May 17 13:28:20 <maxwell>       just use AIM :)
  575. May 17 13:28:23 <[JT]-> imho
  576. May 17 13:28:25 <JanKusanagi>   no, but it's somethinglots of people want
  577. May 17 13:28:26 <raven24>       lol aim
  578. May 17 13:28:45 <raven24>       i am writing on a secure, distributed chat for university atm
  579. May 17 13:28:52 <raven24>       a group project
  580. May 17 13:28:54 <raven24>       c++
  581. May 17 13:29:19 <luke_> SignalR does a lot of the "web sockets" abstraction stuff, it was made for .NET but doesn't have to run on it
  582. May 17 13:30:20 <luke_> they have a client side JS library and they actually have a Jabbr client example as their main project
  583. May 17 13:30:29 <luke_> though it is in C#
  584. May 17 13:30:36 <maxwell>       ok
  585. May 17 13:30:40 <maxwell>       feel free to chat along
  586. May 17 13:30:43 <maxwell>       but i gotta get rolling
  587. May 17 13:30:49 <DeadSuperHero> Me too.
  588. May 17 13:30:50 <luke_> cya
  589. May 17 13:30:52 <maxwell>       talk to you all on the tubes
  590. May 17 13:30:56 <DeadSuperHero> Thanks for coming everyone!
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