Wednesday, 2013-12-11

*** tpb has joined #timvideos00:00
mithro-workhey CarlFK02:08
CarlFKmithro-work: hey03:13
mithro-workCarlFK, you where after me?03:20
CarlFKmithro-work: from what I remember, the config pusher needs a set of strings for irc #chan, twitter,,03:21
mithro-workyes, from the config.json file03:21
CarlFKis it reasonable to come up with a single string that fits all of those?03:21
mithro-workI think the twitter stuff is still broken03:21
mithro-workCarlFK, what do you mean?03:27
mithro-workThe twitter one is normally something like "@linuxconfau OR #lca2014"03:27
CarlFKconfig pusher needs a set of strings, not just a single string03:27
CarlFKtrying to figure out if a human can come up with one string that will work for all, or if a human needs to figure out the string for each03:30
CarlFKlike we can't just use the {"room name":"foo"} from the schedule json, because foo may not work for irc, so we tweek it to "pyconfoo"03:31
CarlFKI think I will leave it as is03:32
mithro-workCarlFK, easier for a human to get it right03:36
CarlFKyeah - I can see that03:37
CarlFKI was thinking it had mutiple values because different people defined them and then you had to work with what was already in place03:39
CarlFKmithro-work: can you babysit the stream in 43 hours?04:06
CarlFKDec 12, 7p Central time  is when ChiPy starts and there is a remote group that wants to watch together04:06
mithro-workwhat is my time04:09
CarlFKwhat time was it 3 hours ago?04:12
CarlFKadd 48h to that - that is when the meeting starts, back up 30 min, that is about when I expect to have the collector up04:13
mithro-worksend me a calendar invite04:27
CarlFKI added you as a guest - did that do it?04:57
mithro-workI should be around for the start but have to run away after 45 minutes to 1 hour04:59
mithro-workOh wait05:01
mithro-workit's friday my time05:01
mithro-worknot tomorrow05:01
mithro-workso I should be able to make that05:01
CarlFKI have a few people that are interested in helping, so hopefully you can help the be like Roman05:01
CarlFKCezar and Kevin are both devops guys, so hopefully will jump on the deployment thing05:02
CarlFKI am trying to gather up whatever docs I can to define what the deployment includes05:02
CarlFKis there a way to generate a test stream that does not use dvswitch?05:04
mithro-workthere are a couple of test configs which use a local file05:18
CarlFKdocs or something ?05:24
*** tvCommitBot has joined #timvideos05:27
tvCommitBot[streaming-system] lukejohnosmahi opened pull request #47: fixed bitbucket url format for django-switter which caused make to error (master...master)
*** tvCommitBot has left #timvideos05:27
*** tvCommitBot has joined #timvideos05:35
tvCommitBot[streaming-system] mithro pushed 2 new commits to master:
tvCommitBotstreaming-system/master 162efdd Luke John: fixed bitbucket url format for django-switter which caused make to error05:35
tvCommitBotstreaming-system/master 08ec01e Tim Ansell: Merge pull request #47 from lukejohnosmahi/master...05:35
*** tvCommitBot has left #timvideos05:35
mithro-workWho is lukjohnosmahi ?05:35
mithro-workCarlFK, one of your devops guys?05:36
CarlFKno clue05:36
*** tvCommitBot has joined #timvideos05:38
tvCommitBot[streaming-system] mithro closed pull request #46: Install aptitude (master...master)
*** tvCommitBot has left #timvideos05:38
*** lukejohn has joined #timvideos05:42
CarlFKhi lukejohn05:42
lukejohnHi CarlFK05:43
mithro-workHi lukejohn05:47
mithro-worklukejohn, your the LCA2014 / PLUG guy right? :)05:47
lukejohnthat's correct.05:49
mithro-workgreat, took me a moment to click05:55
mithro-workCarlFK, is currently trying to con some devops people into doing a much better setup/deployment system :)05:55
mithro-worklukejohn, have you met CarlFK? He does NextDayVideo in the US05:56
CarlFKI was at LCA .. um.. Brisbane when it flooded, and the next year out in the stars05:57
lukejohnIt's possible James Bromberger introduced you at Ballarat.05:59
CarlFKBallarat , right.06:00
CarlFKI spent most of the time in the .. .. um.. Ops room?  or next door.. I guess there were 2 rooms06:00
lukejohnSo I'm just looking at the current frontend html templates, and they are very nice and clean to read. Would there be any objections to me using a twitter bootstrap 3 grid to replace the tables.06:06
mithro-worklukejohn, I have no idea what that is :P06:06
mithro-workI'm pretty pragmatic06:07
mithro-workif people do the work I'm unlikely to refuse it06:07
CarlFKskay says bootstrap is good, so yeah, do it.06:08
mithro-work~seen Sewar06:09
tpbmithro-work: Sewar was last seen in #timvideos 9 weeks, 1 day, 3 hours, 8 minutes, and 22 seconds ago: <Sewar> CarlFK, nice06:09
mithro-workSewar used bootstrap in the and that turned out pretty nice06:10
CarlFKlukejohn: do you plan on setting up the streaming system for lca?06:10
mithro-workCarlFK, I am doing that06:10
CarlFKrats :)06:11
CarlFKI was hoping someone else would, makes it more likely that docs or notes come out of it06:11
mithro-workCarlFK, yeah I know06:12
CarlFKdoes LCA need cloud vms?  Rackspace will give you 2k/m free for opensource projects06:12
CarlFKI have in mind to try to install the EC2 stuff on them06:13
mithro-workCarlFK, James works at Amazon and is providing credits06:14
mithro-workCarlFK, he provided the free credits for PyCon US too06:14
CarlFKmithro-work: but didn't I still end up paying a bit?06:14
mithro-workCarlFK, I think around $5006:15
CarlFKah, yeah, not worth worrying about06:15
mithro-workwhat's iiie github username?06:15
mithro-workCarlFK, I think the full bill was like $300 and he donated $250 USD free credit06:16
tpbTitle: veyepar/setup/timvideos/streaming/ at aws-script · iiie/veyepar · GitHub (at
CarlFKiiie I guess06:16
mithro-workhyades, ping?06:17
mithro-worklukejohn, I added you as a pusher, but I'd prefer to go via pull requests06:18
mithro-worklukejohn, but it was the only way to give you full access to the issue tracker06:18
lukejohnsure will do mithro-work.06:18
lukejohnmithro-work: Do you want me to create a milestone and work on changes via issues with pull requests, or would you prefer I just send pull requests with punctuation and capitals? :)06:26
mithro-worklukejohn, what ever you prefer06:30
mithro-worklukejohn, but both you an CarlFK need to work on punctuation and capitals in commit messages :)06:30
lukejohnmithro-work, in that case I will do the milestone/issues on my forked version and then send you a pull request.06:32
lukejohnshould the frontend support IE8?06:40
*** mithro has joined #timvideos06:44
lukejohnAlso along those lines, is there any reason not to replace anything that has well adopted html5 equivalents? ie. <meta http-equiv="... with <meta charset="...06:47
*** mithro has quit IRC10:05
iiieyes iiie is me on github too15:14
iiielukejohn: (yes I assume non-real time) Our general audience is tech community, so mostly we can get away with fairly recent versions.  I really wish we kept stats on visitors during streaming events.  Which is to say I think we can drop IE8, but that's a mithro or CarlFK question.15:17
iiiebonus points if it technically still works in IE8 (video stream and major features work and are visible / usable, but the styling is just a little off in unsupported browsers :)15:19
CarlFKas long as the video plays, I don't care what the styling is like15:23
*** mithro has joined #timvideos15:57
skayI am stealng contributing information from other projects to stick in my own. This one has a lot of nice stuff
tpbTitle: hydra/ at master · projecthydra/hydra · GitHub (at
skayincluding nice things about commit messages16:32
*** mithro has quit IRC17:32
*** CarlFK has quit IRC18:41
*** CarlFK has joined #timvideos19:04
skayiiie: hey, you have a Vagrantfile for me?19:31
skayI am making my own off of whatever vagrant init gives, but would like to look at yours19:31
iiiesure, one sec19:49
iiieActually in a few minutes19:52
tpbTitle: Practically default (at
iiieMakes a vm using uwsgi and nginx, the bootstrap isn't quite done, makes another directory /vagrant_var, as it didn't quite work for me by default.20:39
iiieIt's not done as in it doesn't quite end in a box that's up and running.  I keep getting side tracked20:40
iiieI'd be happy to use the puppet or chef node setup directions (vagrant seems a good fit) but I haven't learned chef or puppet yet (they or at least one of them is on my todo list)20:41
CarlFKiiie:  have you looked at salt?20:42
CarlFKit seems like the new shiny thing20:42
iiieI've heard of salt20:42
iiie deis for deploying chef nodes might be in the cards...20:43
tpbTitle: Deis Overview | Your PaaS. Your Rules. (at
iiieat my work, not ndv20:44
iiiethough..., if I get any of the auto up and at-them things under my belt, I'll be sure to through my 2 cents at getting encoders / the video site(s) using them too20:45
skayiiie: thanks!20:48
skayI'm at the stage where I think I just want to us a script to set things up versus learning puppet or chef or dujour20:49
skayfabric might also be more my speed, one stepu p from scropt20:49
skayokay, I need a break20:49
iiiethe Vagrantfile in my gist just runs the (they sit next to each other), the bootstrap starts to setup the server and has nginx an uwsgi up so far (wsgi still needs the module set).20:52
skayyeah, I like it20:54
iiieThe big bit I'd consider changing is the host port, I've set it to 108021:01
iiieat some point I'll have a caching pypi and a apt-cacher running too "oh won't someone think of the bandwidth"21:03
*** CarlFK has quit IRC21:07
*** CarlFK has joined #timvideos21:09
*** CarlFK has quit IRC21:15
*** CarlFK has joined #timvideos22:33

Generated by 2.12.1 by Marius Gedminas - find it at!