The short-form week of 18–24 Aug 2014

25 Aug 2014; last modified 10 Sep 2014

The week in review, 140 characters at a time.

This document was created automatically from my archive of my Twitter stream. Due to limitations in the Twitter API and occasional glitches in my archiving system, it may not be 100% complete.

In a conversation that started on Sunday at 08:02pm

Would a GitHub repo of AsciiDocs form a reasonable approximation of a wiki? With pull requests barring spam? #cantbeanoriginalthought—@ndw
@ndw See ikiwiki for starters, I'd guess?—@tapoueh
@ndw I like the idea. We use it for See & plus deployment via CI.—@mojavelinux
@ndw GitHub’s wiki (git repo under the hood) allows AsciiDoc syntax, via #asciidoctor see e.g.—@rdeltour
@rdeltour Yes, but I assume an open GitHub wiki gets spammed into oblivion pretty quickly. The formality of pull requests might help.—@ndw
@ndw you can restrict the list of editors, but yeah PR don’t work with wikis. I agree that off-wiki adoc + PR can be a nice alternative!—@rdeltour
@ndw also, fwiw you need a gh account to edit an open wiki, not sure if spammers are there (… yet)—@rdeltour

In a conversation that started on Sunday at 09:33pm

@peteaven Geek. (Oh, come on, you *asked* for it.)—@ndw
@ndw Ha! Well played sir.—@peteaven

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 06:12pm

Laugh at the git/github/Travis n00b.—@ndw
Solution posted in a comment. I knew it had to be easy.—@ndw
@ndw alternatively Travis CI just announced it’s now possible to set variables via the repo setting pane :)—@rdeltour

Thursday at 01:52pm

Be careful not to fill the Vessyl with soylent, as the Matrix is not properly set up to simulate a shame singularity—@Pinboard

Thursday at 02:21pm

Schemas are an impediment to moving fast the same way street lights are. Useless if you are alone, critical when there's a 100 of you.—@squarecog

Friday at 05:11am

#XProc 2.0 spec draft will be edited on github, built with Travis CI. “freaking magical” as @ndw says!—@rdeltour

Saturday at 12:27am