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24 Sep 2023
@anon7642594:matrix.orgAnon
In reply to @sudoforge:matrix.org
like most advanced tools that you will be new to, there's a learning curve, but documentation is pretty thorough and it's easy to poke around and do dry runs to test things out.
I see
00:58:44
@anon7642594:matrix.orgAnonthoughts on cgit vs gitea?00:59:06
@metasyntactical:matrix.orgmetasyntacticalI'm pretty happy with gitea01:17:39
@sudoforge:matrix.orgsudoforge
In reply to @anon7642594:matrix.org
thoughts on cgit vs gitea?
i use and love gerrit. until another platform is built and released that supports the level of automation and deep integration with git refs, i will never move away
01:20:18
@anon7642594:matrix.orgAnon
In reply to @sudoforge:matrix.org
i use and love gerrit. until another platform is built and released that supports the level of automation and deep integration with git refs, i will never move away
i see
01:21:19
@sudoforge:matrix.orgsudoforge

gerrit uses gitiles for browsing repositories: https://gerrit.googlesource.com/gitiles/

very, very similar to cgit.

01:21:39
@ifiguero:matrix.orgifiguero I just moved from the apache2 with git. So gitea is kinda an overkill for my usage. 01:35:44
@sudoforge:matrix.orgsudoforge you're using apache? 02:03:19
@ibizaman:matrix.orgibizaman
In reply to @sudoforge:matrix.org
i use and love gerrit. until another platform is built and released that supports the level of automation and deep integration with git refs, i will never move away
What do you like in particular. Like how would you compare gerrit to Github ? 
02:07:56
@sudoforge:matrix.orgsudoforge
$ git push HEAD:refs/for/<base>

instead of:

$ git push

# switch to browser
# navigate to github
# create a PR
02:11:17
@sudoforge:matrix.orgsudoforge the Change-Id trailer that came from the gerrit ecosystem, the rebase-focused workflow, the much better review UI and workflow, the much better approval workflow, the fact that project/repo configuration is stored in git under a custom ref namespace 02:12:09
@sudoforge:matrix.orgsudoforgegithub is child's play02:12:37
@sudoforge:matrix.orgsudoforgepoor UI, poor automation, poor git workflow forced on users. basically, it's a fisher price toy for people who don't understand git02:13:20
@ifiguero:matrix.orgifiguero
In reply to @sudoforge:matrix.org
you're using apache?
I haven't in a couple of years. Before I used svn with did work with trac. Then I transitioned to git using https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Git-on-the-Server-Smart-HTTP and now gitea because is easier to manage the ldap account and group permissions.
02:14:43
@sudoforge:matrix.orgsudoforgesorry, it's just been nearly two decades since i've heard anyone talk about apache... back then, i was using svn and trac as well.02:24:50
@ibizaman:matrix.orgibizaman Okay you convinced me to try it out 02:39:49
@ibizaman:matrix.orgibizaman * Okay you convinced me to try it out 😁 02:40:32
@ifiguero:matrix.orgifigueroWell I mostly keep my own code so I don't use much of the advanced functionalities02:54:58
@123bob123:matrix.orgDan r/dark (Is not the man & Braxman Tomsparks Advocate ) Anyone know of matrix bot that can archive a room? 03:34:03
@123bob123:matrix.orgDan r/dark (Is not the man & Braxman Tomsparks Advocate ) Btw not this room either 03:34:21
@sudoforge:matrix.orgsudoforge

depends on what you mean by "archive":

  • export the room, or
  • make the room inaccessible/read-only
03:38:55
@ifiguero:matrix.orgifiguero
In reply to @123bob123:matrix.org
Anyone know of matrix bot that can archive a room?
something like this? https://github.com/osteele/matrix-archive
03:43:15
@ifiguero:matrix.orgifigueroI imagine most can do, but it might be a long run as the server seems to throttle you when you fetch too many events. 03:44:01
@123bob123:matrix.orgDan r/dark (Is not the man & Braxman Tomsparks Advocate ) As in for logs and publish to github pages or something similar  04:26:09
@123bob123:matrix.orgDan r/dark (Is not the man & Braxman Tomsparks Advocate )

found these

 

- https://github.com/termermc/matrix-archiver

 

- https://github.com/bakkot/matrix-archive-bot

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@effendy:matrix.orgeffendy
In reply to @ifiguero:matrix.org
Is it curl vs wget battle or something? I'm used to wget but I'm unsure if I'm on the wrong side
I think wget is better to use, for example, in container scripts/entrypoints where you want to keep your footprint to a minimum. At least that's my impression. curl is obviously more complex.
06:11:57
@dngray:polarbear.armydngrayfor example if you need socks support probably better to go with curl06:37:42
@dngray:polarbear.armydngraywget is good enough for most things though06:37:58
@dngray:polarbear.armydngrayand if the container is alpine you'll have wget as a part of busybox06:38:14

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