Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #crimsonfu, 2016-01-22

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16:20 dotplus is there a way for me to get gerrit to tell me all current config options in effect? i.e. what is set in etc/*.config + defaults for anything that is not set?
16:20 dotplus analogous to `postconf -n`, for example?
16:47 pdurbin gerrit the git code review tool? cool
17:17 hydrajump hello
17:17 hydrajump been very quiet in here lately
17:37 dotplus yes, that gerrit. for good reasons, there are lots of config options (that I don't need) and I don't fancy reading the copious docs and/or parsing the source (Java, which I don't speak) to find the defaults
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18:43 pdurbin yeah. happy new year, everybody
18:43 pdurbin NOW GET BACK TO WORK!
21:07 hydrajump lol Happy New Year to you too :P
21:11 pdurbin :)
21:11 pdurbin dotplus: are you *using* gerrit?
21:12 pdurbin The vim spellcheck considers "sysadmin" a typo.
21:13 dotplus you mean, as opposed to running a gerrit server? both
21:16 pdurbin dotplus: cool. do you like it? we just comment on pull requests on github
21:20 dotplus I don't use it much (yet). Our (real) developers use it all the time for everything, like upstream (OpenStack foundation). It allows for arbitrarily complex rules about what happens when someone submits a patch, which github (by itself) does not.
21:36 pdurbin right. it sounded nice when I heard about it. probably overkill for us
21:48 dotplus there are perhaps 30 or more people who have commit rights and half a dozen or more who commit daily. for a repo that (will) control both internal and customer environments.
21:48 dotplus more importantly, the auditors will ding us if we don't have code review:)
21:50 pdurbin ding!

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