#editorial | Logs for 2018-04-03

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[00:06:47] <Bytram> https://www.alphagalileo.org
[00:06:49] <exec> └─ 13Gravitational waves created by black holes in the centre of most galaxies
[00:46:57] <Bytram> ugh!
[00:47:29] * Bytram never did THAT before... merged two stories, but accidentally selected the wrong story for one of them. :(
[00:49:17] <Bytram> #g ISS CRS
[00:49:18] <MrPlow> https://en.wikipedia.org - "Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) are a series of contracts awarded by NASA from 2008–2016 for delivery of cargo and supplies to the International Space Station (ISS) on commercially operated spacecraft. The first CRS contracts were signed in 2008 and awarded $1.6 billion to SpaceX for 12 cargo transport missions ..."
[00:49:18] <upstart> ^ 03Commercial Resupply Services - Wikipedia
[00:51:18] <Bytram> well, managed to extricate and post the mis-merged story... one down
[00:51:40] <Bytram> now to create a new story with the correct two stories merged into it...
[00:56:34] <Bytram> #g pick up the pieces sone
[00:56:35] <MrPlow> https://en.wikipedia.org(Average_White_Band_song) - "\"Pick Up the Pieces\" is a 1974 song by the Average White Band from their second album, AWB. On the single, songwriting credit was given to founding member and saxophonist Roger Ball and guitarist Hamish Stuart individually and the entire band collectively. It is essentially an instrumental, apart from the song's title ..."
[00:56:35] <upstart> ^ 03Pick Up the Pieces (Average White Band song) - Wikipedia
[01:05:53] <Bytram> .
[01:06:50] <Bytram> Whew! I think I safely got out of THAT situation! ( Chinese space station returns to earth while michigan monitored things )
[01:09:46] <Bytram> got another story pushed out, but I'm getting pooped out at the same time...
[01:10:09] <Bytram> hope to be able to push out one or two more so we will be able to make it through the night
[01:22:39] <Bytram> .
[01:22:40] <Bytram> http://feedproxy.google.com
[01:22:41] <upstart> ^ 03Panera website leaked customer data for months, report says - CNET ( https://www.cnet.com )
[01:22:42] <exec> └─ 13Panera website leaked customer data for months, report says - CNET
[01:22:57] <Bytram> note having any luck atm... break time
[02:09:09] <Bytram> can't stay awake any longer... someone else is going to have to fill in the rest of the queue to take us past east coast usa start-of-work.
[02:09:16] <Bytram> have a great night everyone!
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[07:53:35] <janrinok> takyon, are you still editing the BSD stories - looks like you might be doing a late merge?
[08:00:37] * janrinok now lurking
[11:32:52] <Bytram> ~gday janrinok
[11:32:54] * exec suspiciously launches a tablespoon of toecheese toward janrinok
[11:52:33] <Bytram> whereto? http://feedproxy.google.com
[11:52:34] <upstart> ^ 03Kubrick, Clarke and 2001: How the Space Odyssey came together - CNET ( https://www.cnet.com )
[11:52:35] <exec> └─ 13Kubrick, Clarke and 2001: How the Space Odyssey came together - CNET
[11:53:11] <Bytram> whereto? https://www.theregister.co.uk
[11:53:12] <upstart> ^ 032001: A Space Odyssey has haunted pop culture with anxiety about rogue AIs for half a century • The Register
[11:53:13] <exec> └─ 132001: A Space Odyssey has haunted pop culture with anxiety about rogue AIs for half a century • The Register
[11:53:51] <Bytram> whereto? https://www.nytimes.com
[11:53:52] <upstart> ^ 03The Story of a Voice: HAL in ‘2001’ Wasn’t Always So Eerily Calm - The New York Times
[11:53:53] <exec> └─ 13The Story of a Voice: HAL in ‘2001’ Wasn’t Always So Eerily Calm - The New York Times
[11:54:10] <Bytram> whereto? https://www.cnet.com
[11:54:10] <upstart> ^ 032001: A Space Odyssey's mystery endures, 50 years on - CNET
[11:54:12] <exec> └─ 132001: A Space Odyssey's mystery endures, 50 years on - CNET
[13:16:14] <fyngyrz> ANU story done, needs second
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[18:12:09] <fyngyrz> cannabis linked to lower use of opioids study ready for second
[21:41:31] <fyngyrz> #submit https://www.npr.org
[21:41:31] <MrPlow> Submitting. There is a mandatory delay, please be patient.
[21:41:32] <exec> └─ 13Active Shooter At YouTube HQ In San Bruno, Calif., Victims Taken To Hospital : The Two-Way : NPR
[21:41:56] <MrPlow> Submission successful. https://soylentnews.org
[21:41:57] <upstart> ^ 03SoylentNews Submissions
[21:42:13] <chromas> There it is
[21:42:19] <fyngyrz> chromas, you want to edit it and I will 2nd, or reverse?
[21:42:20] * chromas edits
[21:42:22] <fyngyrz> ok
[21:46:08] <chromas> Done
[21:46:27] <chromas> it's set to no display. Before saving, enable display and check Fastforward and it should come out now
[21:47:15] <fyngyrz> I just moved the time to now
[21:47:17] <chromas> (fastforward should set the release time to immediately)
[21:47:30] <fyngyrz> okay, will do that
[21:48:13] <fyngyrz> it's up
[21:48:23] <chromas> fyngyrz++
[21:48:23] <Bender> karma - fyngyrz: 4
[21:48:36] <fyngyrz> chromas++
[21:48:36] <Bender> karma - chromas: 17
[21:48:37] <fyngyrz> :)
[21:49:08] <chromas> oh yeah
[21:49:15] * chromas cleans up the title; adds [BREAKING]
[21:49:33] <fyngyrz> I added a dept as well
[21:49:45] <fyngyrz> though we may have collided
[21:50:04] <fyngyrz> dept was: of FFS another
[21:50:15] <fyngyrz> oh FFS another
[21:50:28] <fyngyrz> I am the bloody typo king, sigh
[21:50:49] <TheMightyBuzzard> FYI, breaking news does not need to be spaced like normal. it can go whenever it needs to and other stories don't need to be reshuffled.
[21:51:00] <chromas> lol, it's confused. When I edit it shows my version, but clicking into the story it shows the old version
[21:51:04] <fyngyrz> I knew that. I didn't know about the fastfoward though
[21:51:17] <fyngyrz> it updates very slowly. I've noticed that before
[21:51:26] <fyngyrz> blames TMB
[21:51:45] <TheMightyBuzzard> yeah, it annoys me as well but it saves a hell of a lot of db lookups.
[21:51:53] <fyngyrz> I'm sure
[21:52:05] <fyngyrz> real time = real costly
[21:52:22] <chromas> That's why you should be using monbodb
[21:52:26] <chromas> it's webscale, you know
[21:52:59] <fyngyrz> updated now
[21:53:15] <fyngyrz> you mean mongodb?
[21:53:18] <TheMightyBuzzard> we use bongodb. that's a guy playing digital bongos in morse code to enter the sql queries.
[21:53:28] <chromas> hm, it shows "breaking news:" plus my [breaking" I didn't remember it doing that
[21:53:29] <fyngyrz> at 3 WPM
[21:53:48] <fyngyrz> I didn't do it
[21:53:53] <fyngyrz> might have been the fastfoward
[21:54:04] <TheMightyBuzzard> chromas, just add *BREAKING* to the end as well to balance it out
[21:54:13] <chromas> I think it's the breaking news nexus
[21:54:15] <fyngyrz> go ahead and edit out your [breaking], presumably this is a site function
[21:54:43] <TheMightyBuzzard> possibly. i always have to add Meta: though.
[21:55:34] <chromas> I wonder what story has the most edits
[21:55:42] * TheMightyBuzzard shurgs
[21:55:48] <TheMightyBuzzard> prolly one of them rocket ones
[21:56:01] <chromas> from the red-rocket dept
[21:56:37] <fyngyrz> probably just a lotion shortage
[21:56:58] <chromas> Slick comeback
[21:57:13] <fyngyrz> Just so long as it didn't rubber you the wrong way
[22:01:21] <fyngyrz> TMB, do you have time to walk me thru getting that pull request to work?
[22:01:55] <TheMightyBuzzard> not at the moment, need to start dinner.
[22:02:00] <fyngyrz> okay
[22:02:10] <fyngyrz> some other time
[22:02:32] <TheMightyBuzzard> if you have a branch that's ready to create a pull request from though, it should just be a matter of creating the new pull request against SoylentNews/rehash master branch
[22:03:15] <TheMightyBuzzard> pull requests are just that, requests. the branch stores all the data and until it's merged updates the pull request as things in it are changed.
[22:04:46] <chromas> I need to learn more about the github. Still don't know what to do with old pulls. I guess that's what branches are for?
[22:04:56] <TheMightyBuzzard> gone for at least two hours.
[22:05:19] <TheMightyBuzzard> will give a tutorial this evening if i have time and ain't too stuffed up with delicious grub.
[22:06:20] * chromas sneaks into tmb's house for some megabites
[22:08:31] <fyngyrz> that ad revenue remark was pretty funny, btw
[22:09:25] <fyngyrz> Me too. I've been using github to make my work available; this is my first pass at collaboration, and I have to say, they don't make it obvious
[22:11:25] <chromas> We should switch to BitBucket. It supports git and isn't full of those one guys who take offense to everything
[22:19:41] <fyngyrz> meh
[22:19:57] <fyngyrz> it's here, it works... so... mehy
[22:20:35] <fyngyrz> Besides, I take offense at that. jking
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