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20 Jan 2020
17:45:25@anthonylavado:bonifacelabs.caAnthony LavadoThat’s what Josh last said on the topic, yes
17:46:37@erayan:matrix.orgEraYaNa HA integration is essentially just a python module
17:55:47@anthonylavado:bonifacelabs.caAnthony LavadoI know, but I mean about getting accepted into Home Assistant proper
19:18:18@Froghut:matrix.orgFroghuta general git(hub) question, if someone requests changes on your pull request, who is supposed to close/resolve that conversation?
19:20:33@anthonylavado:bonifacelabs.caAnthony LavadoSo if it is a comment/concern, I believe the ettiquette is once the asker, once the question has been answered
19:20:52@anthonylavado:bonifacelabs.caAnthony Lavadoif it is a change request, with or without suggestion, once the change has been made, you can close it
19:20:57@anthonylavado:bonifacelabs.caAnthony Lavado * if it is a change request, with or without suggestion, once the change has been made, you can close it
19:21:51@Froghut:matrix.orgFroghutthank you!
19:21:12@anthonylavado:bonifacelabs.caAnthony Lavadowow what did I just type
19:21:16@anthonylavado:bonifacelabs.caAnthony Lavadookay, take two
19:22:12@anthonylavado:bonifacelabs.caAnthony LavadoIf someone had a comment/question/concern, answer the question and let them close it. If it was a change request, you can close it once you have either applied the suggestion or made the change. Anything else - just close it if you're unsure.
19:22:41@anthonylavado:bonifacelabs.caAnthony LavadoAnd by close, I mean "resolve conversation".
19:23:14@anthonylavado:bonifacelabs.caAnthony LavadoI don't know if this is general consensus/good practice for GitHub, but the way I see it, just be nice, and people will always get notifications. They're there for a reason.
19:23:59@Froghut:matrix.orgFroghutgreat, just wanted to make sure, thanks again :)
19:40:51@nielsvanvelzen:matrix.orgNielsYou can also request a reviewer to do another review (this will ping them)
19:41:12@nielsvanvelzen:matrix.orgNielsBut I've seen your changes already so you don't need to this time 🙂
20:10:34@juanmartinbravo:matrix.orgjuanmartinbravo

mcarlton: I tested more your jellyfin-gdrive script.

If the JF server is already running, then as soon as you execute the script it triggers a library scan on the server (not just an item), which can take a long time if you have a lot of media.

I left the script running for more than 1h while I was adding files to my gdrive and the script kept printing the message "No updates found", so it looks like maybe it wasn't detecting the added files.... but it didn't matter much since the initial scan was still running so the files were going to be detected regardless

I asked in emby forums if it's possible to run partial/individual scans rather than for the whole library and the answer is no: https://bit.ly/30CBhqB

20:11:25@juanmartinbravo:matrix.orgjuanmartinbravoSo basically those using rclone/gdrive/fuse like myself might be better off relying on scheduled tasks and daily scan :(
20:12:11@juanmartinbravo:matrix.orgjuanmartinbravo * So basically those using rclone/gdrive/fuse like myself might be better off relying on scheduled tasks and daily scan. :(
20:12:18@juanmartinbravo:matrix.orgjuanmartinbravo * So basically those using rclone/gdrive/fuse like myself might be better off relying on scheduled tasks and daily scan :(
20:20:45@mcarlton:nerdyredneck.netmcarltonhonestly, JF is designed for use with local files. using rclone and some mounted remote filesystem is more or less a hack, so there's going to be issues and road blocks along the way
20:22:27@juanmartinbravo:matrix.orgjuanmartinbravoyep. I was expecting it could scan individually like plex_autoscan, but it seems it's not possible so...
20:22:38@mcarlton:nerdyredneck.netmcarltonI'm not sure how big your library is, but I suspect a lot of your slowness might be because it's rclone and not local. triggering a scan on my local filesystem that's ~20TB spread across 6 libraries is only about 5 minutes
20:24:24@juanmartinbravo:matrix.orgjuanmartinbravoyeah mine is bigger and not local so.... I'l have to live with it
20:24:59@freenode_na_th_an:matrix.orgna_th_an 8tb externals are only $115 if you're in the US right now :)
20:27:48@mcarlton:nerdyredneck.netmcarlton Scan media library Completed after 3 minute(s) and 21 seconds. Just a limitation of the cloud/rclone that it's not super usable for this
20:29:08@juanmartinbravo:matrix.orgjuanmartinbravoyep, that's fast hhehe
21:03:00@artiume:matrix.orgartiumeSo to get around the cache issue with rclone is to use a wrapper like mergerfs. Let me check my scan time
21 Jan 2020
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