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[16:24:51] slash_nick: stripedbananas: kind of reads like when 5.1 is released, it'll be 5.1, 5.0, and 4.2... and when/if 5.2 comes out, it'd be 5.2, 5.1, and 4.2. no idea if i'm interpreting it right, but i think i'm reading it like you are
[19:14:32] slash_nick: pretty sure i've googled some of those phrase pairings... extremely interested in learning
[17:28:08] slash_nick: as much showing something cool i built as i am encouraging you to sign the petition: https://cdn.ampproject.org/c/we.stbound.com/ondas/161
[19:29:38] slash_nick: smathy: they're still up and running... talks almost weekly now. i believe they're partnering with daily drip (from knewter/jadams)
[19:59:56] slash_nick: smathy: they've switched to bigmarker, thanks for the heads up i'll check with franze later and see why that is
[19:54:28] slash_nick: random thought... it'd be neat to integrate git hooks w/ elasticsearch... full text search your changes
[21:02:51] slash_nick: i think i'm talking about something to combine `git log|grep` with `grep -r` in a full texty way
[17:24:32] slash_nick: Just launched my 5th rails 5 app!.... and i'm starting to figure out where the boundaries are for AMP pages. Check it out! https://cdn.ampproject.org/c/ea.stbound.com/states/Washington/delegates (washington's page, for example)
[17:24:41] slash_nick: Just launched my 5th rails 5 app!.... and i'm starting to figure out where the boundaries are for AMP pages. Check it out! https://cdn.ampproject.org/c/ea.stbound.com/states/Washington/delegates (washington's page, for example)
[20:52:52] slash_nick: norc__: why do you say that? i'm disagreeing... I started the game specifying guess max of 0. That value gets clamped to 1, elsewhere: https://github.com/jhass/DeBot/blob/master/bot/src/plugins/hangman.cr#L149 ... but in the url you linked to, i dont see why it would be clamped
[20:53:32] slash_nick: whoops, initialized with the clamped... so game was initialized with guess max of 1, you're right norc__ :)
[16:26:35] slash_nick: Random question: has anyone ever seen heroku/pg returning inconsitent query results? sometimes returning 10% of expected rows, sometimes more (random)?
[04:22:44] slash_nick: matthewd: i saw... considering reverting. if that's what he's thinking i'd back him.
[04:27:46] slash_nick: this is the problem: https://github.com/rack/rack/commit/7f00781a7b9c75ddb86d0ab52132885ee88d5bac... trying to catch up with discussion
[04:32:59] slash_nick: hmm... for one thing, tenderlove's wrong about which issue would become unfixed if he reverts that commit
[06:54:56] slash_nick: thinking to revert the thing that aimed to fix 951... it was foolish i think to group those three(?) commits in one PR
[16:02:50] slash_nick: matthewd: i'll try to do so... so far just banking on tenderlove's report being correct. I'll verify tonight.
[17:16:37] slash_nick: yikes upgraded to ubuntu 16.04... some vim configs stopped working like they used to... Hard tabs came back, it was a breif nightmare
[18:22:23] slash_nick: matthewd: is this a fixer-upper or an explainer-awayer? https://github.com/rails/rails/issues/25106#issuecomment-224018173
[18:29:00] slash_nick: that's a good question... that's what i'd expect. rafaelfranca has said that c4d85df shows it's a valid use case, but what i see is pretty contrived... it seems to occur _not_ after having called render once: https://github.com/rails/rails/commit/c4d85dfbc71043e2a746acd310e32f4f04db801a#diff-6ed2e8bd455ef940053b9530aa6b37a7R45
[18:30:29] slash_nick: matthewd: i'll stay tuned... if it turns out it warrants fixing, I'll throw my hat in to maybe save someone time
[18:40:17] slash_nick: matthewd: i have one more that concerns me, i'm just not sure how to file it (w/ rack or rails?): https://github.com/Graylog2/gelf-rb/issues/44
[18:48:51] slash_nick: i was wrong when i made that comment... i'm wrong about the commit i'm blaming but I think i'm right about how the error occurs (can't read standard error stream)
[18:53:25] slash_nick: hmm... that may be helpful enough... i'll have to dig into graylog and check, but i'm thinking now that perhaps it used to somehow skip over the rack.errors key but is no longer doing that... (wild guess)
[20:49:48] slash_nick: Anyone in the SF Bay area going to the Bernie rally later? if so, are you able to print some flyers to take along? https://twitter.com/_Anunnery/status/739891736579735555
[21:46:20] slash_nick: :) i was wondering... if hxegon got rated sniper, what a move 3 minutes late would make me
[15:25:40] slash_nick: i should've thought about that before i input "win 27"... i would've known no one would care
[16:27:29] slash_nick: Important ruby question... what does TEENY mean in this? https://www.ruby-lang.org/en/news/2016/04/26/ruby-2-3-1-released/
[16:29:38] slash_nick: I send your response along to the host and asked about what talk he might want from you... "Probably some interesting point he is studying"
[16:30:30] slash_nick: "... or doing". Ruby/rails are definitely fair game, but i think the community would be into anything you want to talk about
[06:11:15] slash_nick: baweaver: wanted to ask if you could give a talk for http://remotemeetup.com/... i know you've prepared a few :)
[15:20:03] slash_nick: ACTION leaves a PR in the doorway for tubbo to trip over next time he walks in ;)
[17:07:31] slash_nick: after the interview we had a discussion about how to make it more like a meetup, less like an interview... the meetups i've been too around here usually have a few speakers present short talks w/ q&a afterward
[17:12:17] slash_nick: do you mean for when we do presentations versus interviews? because nick did get a list of questions ahead of times... he was surprised by the online questions at the end though
[17:16:55] slash_nick: smathy: i'd never done anything like that, so he was simultaneously the most & least challenging for me
[17:21:43] slash_nick: > There's not enough silliness in the Ruby community. I aim to misbehave. - smathy
[20:48:49] slash_nick: matthewd: https://github.com/Graylog2/gelf-rb/issues/44 ... I feel pretty sure rack wont want to stop using $stderr for rack.errors... so that probably means activesupport's json serialization will have to recover from the error? I dont see anything graylog can do for this
[20:53:02] slash_nick: istrasci: let me guess... you would've called this thing "banner", but that's taken?
[20:54:05] slash_nick: maybe you'd have a better time just generating an engine called "Banner", then changing the gemspec file to name the gem "ruby_banner_api"... so folks `gem install ruby_banner_api`, but they mount Banner.