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2018-08-08

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2018-04-25

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2017-11-24

[12:12:51] atmosx: Hi, I havea an ERB <%= e[:service %> on a 'chef' recipe. Now when I issue p e or p e.class I see a perfectly valid hash, but whenm I call the key to extract I'm getting a 'cannot convert integer to symbol' error. Any idea what could be happening?!
[12:14:59] atmosx: https://gist.github.com/atmosx/5015af9fc125f30d403661dad55bf738#file-prometheus-yml-erb-L3
[12:27:29] atmosx: apeiros: there was a string item added in the array a few lines down which I missed. That caused the error.
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2017-11-10

[17:35:46] atmosx: would you buy the touchbar MBP 2017? How many years do you think will last?

2017-11-06

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[22:34:36] atmosx: waveprop: pry-byebug?

2017-11-02

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2017-10-30

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2017-10-29

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[15:11:08] atmosx: Anyone familiar with lita chatops bot?
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2017-10-28

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2017-10-16

[15:10:08] atmosx: Papierkorb: first visit in Berlin?

2017-09-30

2017-09-12

[21:12:32] atmosx: aloha ppl
[21:12:34] atmosx: how's life?

2017-09-05

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2017-08-14

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2017-08-09

[17:07:01] atmosx: politics, dangerous thing

2017-07-28

[18:08:53] atmosx: Papierkorb: does it have any sort of authentication or all you have to do to get owner is connect to a wifi?
[18:09:00] atmosx: s/owner/owned

2017-07-21

[12:28:01] atmosx: apeiros: ty

2017-07-20

[20:33:55] atmosx: apeiros: can you recommend a VPS service located in Switzerland?

2017-07-16

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2017-07-12

[07:06:51] atmosx: Hi, I'm trying to convert an API call: curl --request POST --header "PRIVATE-TOKEN: 9koXpg98eAheJpvBs5tK" https://gitlab to 'rest-client'. But I'm getting unauthorized access: https://gist.github.com/atmosx/be5c9c8f07923a6fbe6c04d936af987a <- code sample.
[07:07:40] atmosx: the gitlab api client for ruby seems broken, when creating issues... instead of getting the documented resp I get a list of issues, so I reverted back to the rest-client. Although I can issue 'get' requests successfully post request auth fails.
[07:12:40] atmosx: elomatreb: does it make sense to receive 401 error if the problem is the payload?
[07:12:54] atmosx: elomatreb: I'll give it a try
[07:15:01] atmosx: good idea, thanks
[07:30:23] atmosx: elomatreb: you saved the day. The token they gave me yesterday must have been expired or something, generatiung a new token did the trick.

2017-06-20

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2017-06-14

[19:39:22] atmosx: ¬ČAnyone by any chance using compton + i3 + uxterm?

2017-06-06

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2017-05-27

[10:40:30] atmosx: every time I have to write python, small scripts usually, AWS wrappers etc. I appreciate ruby even more. I mean go is a different paradigm but Python 2.7, sucks... 3 is much better.

2017-05-26

[19:59:49] atmosx: grub2 is life-saviour
[20:00:57] atmosx: I just fucked the initramfs and was able to boot the system via grub interface, loading the kernel, image, etc. from a backuip partition. I don't think was possible in the past. On the other hadn it's been like 8 or 10 years that i didn't mess with lilo/grub at this level
[20:03:29] atmosx: baweaver: is there a reason you put sensu in that mix and not prometheus (Which is the new hot thing + you already have grafana which is used a dashboard). Throw the ELK stack in that mix and you're good to go :-P

2017-05-22

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2017-05-18

[20:10:36] atmosx: Hello, I have a list of domain names, 100-150k domains. I want to scan very quickly (I wanna know if a domain query is part of that list). What would the fastest approach? A Redis or an SQL? there are some in-memory SQL implementation IIRC
[20:13:47] atmosx: right, I didn't thought about this.
[20:36:35] atmosx: zenspider: by poke you have get ssh access to?
[20:37:26] atmosx: 1.9.3-p551 :001 >

2017-05-14

[00:19:37] atmosx: Papierkorb: what stream is that?
[00:21:15] atmosx: yes it's still there
[00:21:19] atmosx: it's very cool indeed
[00:22:36] atmosx: I wonder if Google saves all these streams
[00:25:12] atmosx: this stream (NASA ISS live feed) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtU_mdL2vBM reminds the episode of Silicon Valley where a guy was dying live on cam. I mean he is in space, if something goes wrong, all we can do is watch (I guess, don't know if there are any available counter-measures there)

2017-05-04

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2017-04-30

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2017-04-22

[17:01:33] atmosx: I'm tryin' put you in worst mood, "ah" ... I love this song, although the lyrics don't make much sense whatsoever... rythm is awesome though.
[22:24:24] atmosx: Hey ppl, I'd like to create an app that keeps track of files in a filesystem, path, date, sha512 (still working on which hash is best) and I'd like to save everythin on an embedded db. I'm thinking of going with tokyo-cabinet but it's an extra dependency, is there any embedded DB I can use that is part of std lib?
[22:40:23] atmosx: elomatreb: nope, looking at it now
[22:45:07] atmosx: elomatreb: I think it's exactly what I was looking for thanks!
[23:39:30] atmosx: havenwood: thanks,

2017-04-18

[21:42:13] atmosx: how's life havenwood ? :-)
[21:44:41] atmosx: apeiros: good night!
[21:44:45] atmosx: ACTION has another pharmacy overnight
[21:45:18] atmosx: it's pretty quiet tonight, I'll stay up watch the nba playoffs, tomorrow I took the day off anyway

2017-04-15

[04:58:53] atmosx: I have a "das keyboard" and I'm fairly happy with it.

2017-04-11

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[19:36:57] atmosx: Hello, anyone familiar with libvirt lib? I'm getting paranoid, there's no way to actually *start* a predefined VM https://libvirt.org/ruby/api/Libvirt/Domain.html#method-i-resume
[19:37:24] atmosx: err here https://libvirt.org/ruby/api/Libvirt/Domain.html - doesn't make sense, I there's a method for every call except the most common
[19:41:24] atmosx: it's the "create" method... "Call virDomainCreate to start an already defined domain." ...
[19:54:00] atmosx: baweaver: Apparently interviewing is a never ending hot topic

2017-04-05

[10:41:47] atmosx: eam: I can imagine heh
[10:41:50] atmosx: hello adaedra

2017-04-04

[14:48:48] atmosx: Mon_Ouie: I don't think that rule applies to scp
[14:49:59] atmosx: rsync sure looks like 2017 again
[14:51:16] atmosx: and yes that trailing slash will change the behaviour of rsync
[14:52:47] atmosx: You could roll your own solution!

2017-03-27

[17:14:38] atmosx: is archbang another distro?
[17:14:44] atmosx: ACTION too bored to google
[17:15:25] atmosx: I understand teh diff between redhat/centos, debian/ubuntu, gentoo and arch. I'm not sure what's the point to have more than that though.

2017-03-20

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2017-03-13

[17:15:18] atmosx: since we're on topic, doing interviews I think it sucks more than taking them actually.
[17:16:06] atmosx: I've been part of the interview process of several candidates recently and holding a set of questions (which I choose so I know the answers) while others struggle to play along sucks. I don't like it.
[17:16:43] atmosx: On the other hand, maybe there are ppl who like this sort of thing, blah.

2017-03-12

[16:32:45] atmosx: mzo: what distro are you using?
[16:33:42] atmosx: what would life be witohut google
[16:34:52] atmosx: mzo: hm, ppl would start reading apt documenation?
[16:35:43] atmosx: mzo: std library is pretty much feature-complete
[16:36:19] atmosx: optimized in what way?

2017-03-11

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2017-03-09

[20:52:40] atmosx: welcome back hxegon

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2016-07-10

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2016-07-01

[18:31:33] atmosx: What is a four-letter guy?
[18:31:47] atmosx: I thought that was something like a 3-letter agency but for people?

2016-06-29

[17:22:25] atmosx: is anyone going to http://euruko2016.org/ ?
[19:04:27] atmosx: shevy too bad :-(
[19:04:53] atmosx: It's near home (well not exactly near, but almost) and a ruby group for a town nearby might go, so I'm thinking of going with them

2016-06-22

[21:10:39] atmosx: bradland: I would suggest asking the great fellas at #regex
[21:11:01] atmosx: just give the language too
[21:11:10] atmosx: let them know you're in ruby
[21:14:43] atmosx: shevy: kinda
[21:15:24] atmosx: shevy: Now I'm ok, I work about 9 hours, but the first month I was at 14 hours on avg, then at 10 on avg, now I'm almost 8. But I like it so much, if it wasn't for my wife I'd be stuck there.
[21:16:35] atmosx: the only bad thing is that I don't have time for my hobby projects
[21:17:13] atmosx: I'm reading Kermingham's and Ritchie's book about C, it's easy so far (nothing really new except statically typed things). How are you doing?
[21:28:17] atmosx: do you actually enjoy working there?
[21:30:34] atmosx: You'll get there! :-)

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2016-04-27

[14:29:50] atmosx: exm not sure what you're asking, but sounds like it could be solved with a more fine grained regex.
[14:32:17] atmosx: exm yeah it's a regex problem :-) - can you share a sample ?
[14:35:40] atmosx: exm there's rubular.com to try ruby regex
[14:36:05] atmosx: you could actually pick the lines you want and extract the items you need 1 one pass I guess.

2016-04-25

[08:46:19] atmosx: CalimeroTeknik You have to break it.
[08:48:59] atmosx: CalimeroTeknik tbh I have no idea what you'r edoing, but generally speaking to exit a loop you need a break statement.
[08:49:18] atmosx: There are tons of ruby TCP Server examples online you can google it

2016-04-21

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2016-04-15

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2016-04-13

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2016-04-08

[09:05:14] atmosx: Is there any better way to create this kind of string: https://gist.github.com/atmosx/68f5a6f4606ae9510eb7221c10552773 ? I can't use interpolation
[09:07:36] atmosx: Ox0dea thanks!
[09:20:09] atmosx: Do we have an inverse function of Capitalize ? like turn Hello to hello
[09:20:19] atmosx: s/function/method
[09:20:37] atmosx: I can use downcase
[09:50:42] atmosx: Ox0dea hehe magic, ty
[09:53:04] atmosx: Ox0dea makes more sense
[15:01:21] atmosx: The problem with the 5k 27" retina display is that everything else looks like shit and after 1 week with the iMac I start to notice the difference

2016-04-07

[14:22:05] atmosx: ag4ve if you could post a code snippet would be asier

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2016-03-31

[11:22:52] atmosx: Excess Flood

2016-03-30

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[18:45:21] atmosx: Hello! Do we have any ruby-ML moderator hanging out here? My email apparently was "too long" and went to moderation queue :-/
[18:50:34] atmosx: adaedra: ... lol ... I thought my problem understood but apparently wasn't, so I had to write a paragraph or two :-P
[18:54:22] atmosx: Date.parse('2015-01-01').to_time ?
[18:55:19] atmosx: shevy: tbh there are more time related-rails gems (some do very trivial staff) than I can count
[18:56:24] atmosx: ramfjord: I used tzinfo in the past to avoid the system's timezone.
[18:57:34] atmosx: ramfjord: http://www.rubydoc.info/gems/tzinfo/1.2.2
[18:58:12] atmosx: Ox0dea: good to know

2016-03-29

[10:05:38] atmosx: break for anything.
[10:05:38] atmosx: Hello, I'm playing with ruby threads. I have a code that does what I do, but it's not dynamic enough. I need to stop generating new threads when 'something happens' (e.g. I get an http req == '404') https://gist.github.com/atmosx/9afd96911515fc60ee4e ... but I'm not sure how to go about this. I'm thinking about a "loop do [...] break ... [...] end" but even that isn't clear enough in my mind and doesn't seem clear/good as a solution. I don't like using
[10:05:47] atmosx: any ideas/thoughts welcome

2016-03-28

[13:58:23] atmosx: hm https://github.com/meh/ruby-thread
[13:59:33] atmosx: yeah it's an adon, handy though
[14:00:54] atmosx: shevy: yes, fetching data from a website :-) - I managed to go from 60s to ~9s (using ruby-1.9), which was impressive. But now I need to manage things using a thread pool of 10.
[14:03:37] atmosx: shevy: yes, fibers sound complex but threads are easy in ruby