XSF Discussion - 2018-05-09

  1. Steve Kille

    Travis seems to have choked on a PR I just issued. Does anyone have any ideas as to what is going on?

  2. jonasw

    Steve Kille, on the xeps repository?

  3. Steve Kille


  4. jonasw

    I’ll take a look

  5. Steve Kille


  6. jonasw

    uh, something weird™

  7. jonasw

    I’ll restart the build and hope for the best

  8. Steve Kille


  9. edhelas

    jonasw did you tried to turn it of and on again™ ?

  10. edhelas


  11. jonasw

    edhelas, that’s exactly what I just did :D

  12. Kev

    It seems to be doing something this time, so fingers crossed.

  13. jonasw

    doesn’t look better than the other one actually

  14. jonasw

    but it also looks to me like this is, if anything, a travis issue

  15. Kev

    Yes, you're right. And I agree on the latter.

  16. jonasw

    as a smoke test, I’ll re-run the test on Link Mauves PR and see if that also breaks

  17. jonasw

    (for the curious: https://travis-ci.org/xsf/xeps/builds/376839878 that’s Steves build and this is Link Mauves build: <https://travis-ci.org/xsf/xeps/builds/374968366>)

  18. jonasw

    yeah, looks similar

  19. jonasw

    Steve Kille, seems to be some travis-CI issue. now that I know this won’t block the merge, I run the tests locally anyways.

  20. Steve Kille


  21. Neustradamus

    Question, it is normal when we accept a new contact "JID", we have several "Authorization accepted..." from Gajim or "[System Message] You are now authorized." from Psi+?

  22. Neustradamus

    It is a server problem?

  23. flow

    Neustradamus, I don't think there is a reason for there to be multiple notifications for the same JID

  24. Neustradamus

    flow: thanks for your reply

  25. moparisthebest

    yep the GDPR really stuck it to facebook didn't it? (or not) https://twitter.com/johnnyryan/status/993827965594202112

  26. jonasw

    If that is true as written, that’s pretty sure invalid

  27. jonasw

    > This appears to breach several important principles of the #GDPR, including the principle of purpose limitation, freely given, non-conditional consent, and of transparency. In other words, if Facebook attempts to collect consent in this manner, that consent will be unlawful.

  28. jonasw

    exactly that