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Mar 2016
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 02:45 UTC
bot
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 11:38 UTC
bot
botstatus
botstatus
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 11:39 UTC
bot
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 11:40 UTC
i don't understand. my bot is running
but not running :(
botstatus
botstatus
WTH!
@Rafase282 u did something to my bot while i was sleep. Tell me ... u r the culprit. Accept it.
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 11:42 UTC
nope
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 11:42 UTC
bot
bot
bot
dang it!
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 11:42 UTC
it was @hallaathrad he is the bot breaker
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 11:42 UTC
bot
arrrg!!!!
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 11:49 UTC
botstatus
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:45 UTC
botstatus
botstatus
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:47 UTC
bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 12:47 UTC

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  • thanks @username send brownie points to another user
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  • Algorithm BONFIRENAME info on a Algorithm

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Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:47 UTC
not working man!
wth!
lol
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:47 UTC
bot bot
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:47 UTC
it's working
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 12:47 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:47 UTC
bot bot bot
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:47 UTC
lool
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 12:47 UTC
no wiki entry for: bot bot
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:48 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 12:48 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:48 UTC
@Rafase282 i believe ur bot is broken :P
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:48 UTC
@hallaathrad come and test this one
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:48 UTC
Hey
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC
@hallaathrad hey!
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC
only you can break it
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC
Not
Bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC

Hi, I'm CamperBot! I can help you in this chatroom :smile:

Basic Commands:

  • find TOPIC find all entries about topic. ex: find js
  • wiki TOPIC show contents of topic page
  • thanks @username send brownie points to another user
  • about @username shows info on that user
  • Algorithm BONFIRENAME info on a Algorithm

:speech_balloon: meet CamperBot in this room!

:pencil: read more about camperbot on the FCC Wiki

Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC
bot git res
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC
it's unbeakable
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC

:point_right: git resources [wiki]

Resources for working with Git VCS

A collection of resources on the Git VCS.

$ git --distributed-is-the-new-centralized

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency.

:pencil: read more about git resources on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC
Bot help
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC
bot python res
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC

:point_right: coding help [wiki]

Coding Help

I started this list while doing Algorithms, noticing a few things that were common issues / questions but I think most of them are going to be useful to people coding in general. If you've got some tips to help people code I'd love to hear them.

  1. If you don't know where to start, write some pseudocode. Plan out the logic you're trying to implement in your native language before you try to put it into code.

  2. Comment your code! Can't stress that one enough, if you get lost or take a break then come back you need to know what your code is trying to do. It will also reinforce what the code means to you, and help other people understand what your code does if you get stuck and ask for help. If you've got a any other tips for campers I'd love to see them!

  3. Use the chrome javascript debugger console in conjunction with something like netbeans IDE or sublime text to write your code. Both are free to download. <br />
    The free code camp window is great but you can get a lot more feedback on your code's behaviour by using chrome's JS debugger and a bunch of console.log(myVariableGoesHere); <br />
    https://developer.chrome.com/devtools/docs/console <br />
    http://www.sublimetext.com/ <br />
    https://netbeans.org/downloads/

  4. Posting your code in gitter is as simple as adding a line consisting of only

    ```

    Then your code on the next lines, followed by a final

    ```

:pencil: read more about coding help on the FCC Wiki

Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC
@Rafase282 i think everything is working fine. Mergeable?
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:49 UTC
yes merge
so I can finally delete
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:50 UTC
I dislike that two simultaneous requests burry each other
Bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 12:50 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:50 UTC
Bot bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 12:50 UTC
no wiki entry for: bot bot
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:50 UTC
But bot bot
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:50 UTC
the changes are good but there is something else locally on mine that is not right
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:50 UTC
Bot bot
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:50 UTC
@Rafase282 yeah! prolly
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 12:50 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:50 UTC
@hallaathrad isn't this bot cool :sunglasses:
this bot has got an email id too ;)
thanks @GitterBotX
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:51 UTC
Haha
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:51 UTC
about @abhisekp
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:52 UTC
Is there an option to have both respond privately
Bot
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:52 UTC
bot pair
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:52 UTC
Now it's not responding
Lol
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:52 UTC
wiki pair
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:52 UTC
@hallaathrad that option is disabled and also there are a lot of refactoring to be done for that to do
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:52 UTC
It crashed... Not visibly
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:52 UTC
wow! The bot crashed
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:52 UTC
Hahahaha
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 12:53 UTC
I told you @hallaathrad is the guys that breaks things
;-)
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:53 UTC
actually bcoz i set it up to use my local fcc which is NOT running
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:53 UTC
I breaaaakkkkzzz the interneeeetzzz
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:53 UTC
lol
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:53 UTC
Anyway. The private answer would be useful. At least when it is extensive info.
So responses won't get buried in other people's chatter or responses
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:54 UTC
yes. But i don't know why dcsan chose to disable it
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:54 UTC
Is there a way to verbally tell both enable or disable thst per user?
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:54 UTC
@hallaathrad i was thinking exactly the same thing yesterday night :D
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:55 UTC
So i tell bot to talk to me only
Or bot whisper
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:55 UTC
that commands can be put into the bot
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:55 UTC
And that'd mean I get private responses... But others still have a separate setting
Whisper
I liked thay
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:56 UTC
and also ONE-TO-ONE room convo is disabled in the bot. So that needs to be enabled and refactored/implemented to work
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:56 UTC
I don't like my phone's keyboard, though
Hmm i dunno
That means bot records conversations and I'm not sure we like that idea
Ask quincy and berk about that
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:57 UTC
wat to ask?
about private convo?
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 12:57 UTC
you need to ask about @someone!
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:57 UTC
lol
haha :D
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 12:57 UTC
Ohh it's back
Bot
Nope
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:58 UTC
the bot doesn't record any convo.
dcsan had planned to implement airtable but it was never implemented
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 12:58 UTC

Hi, I'm CamperBot! I can help you in this chatroom :smile:

Basic Commands:

  • find TOPIC find all entries about topic. ex: find js
  • wiki TOPIC show contents of topic page
  • thanks @username send brownie points to another user
  • about @username shows info on that user
  • Algorithm BONFIRENAME info on a Algorithm

:speech_balloon: meet CamperBot in this room!

:pencil: read more about camperbot on the FCC Wiki

Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 12:59 UTC
if the bot seems slow to respond, then it's bcoz of my slow internet connection i.e. 65 kbps
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:00 UTC
bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:00 UTC

Hi, I'm CamperBot! I can help you in this chatroom :smile:

Basic Commands:

  • find TOPIC find all entries about topic. ex: find js
  • wiki TOPIC show contents of topic page
  • thanks @username send brownie points to another user
  • about @username shows info on that user
  • Algorithm BONFIRENAME info on a Algorithm

:speech_balloon: meet CamperBot in this room!

:pencil: read more about camperbot on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
bot bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
no wiki entry for: bot bot
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
but bot
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
break bot
bot break
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
no wiki entry for: break
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
bot break bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
no wiki entry for: break bot
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
GitterBotX
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
you called?

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
bot bot bot
bot bot
bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
no wiki entry for: bot bot

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
bot bot bot bot
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
bot
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
Hello my dear @GitterBotX
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC

Hi, I'm CamperBot! I can help you in this chatroom :smile:

Basic Commands:

  • find TOPIC find all entries about topic. ex: find js
  • wiki TOPIC show contents of topic page
  • thanks @username send brownie points to another user
  • about @username shows info on that user
  • Algorithm BONFIRENAME info on a Algorithm

:speech_balloon: meet CamperBot in this room!

:pencil: read more about camperbot on the FCC Wiki

no wiki entry for: bot bot bot
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC

Hi, I'm CamperBot! I can help you in this chatroom :smile:

Basic Commands:

  • find TOPIC find all entries about topic. ex: find js
  • wiki TOPIC show contents of topic page
  • thanks @username send brownie points to another user
  • about @username shows info on that user
  • Algorithm BONFIRENAME info on a Algorithm

:speech_balloon: meet CamperBot in this room!

:pencil: read more about camperbot on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC

Hi, I'm CamperBot! I can help you in this chatroom :smile:

Basic Commands:

  • find TOPIC find all entries about topic. ex: find js
  • wiki TOPIC show contents of topic page
  • thanks @username send brownie points to another user
  • about @username shows info on that user
  • Algorithm BONFIRENAME info on a Algorithm

:speech_balloon: meet CamperBot in this room!

:pencil: read more about camperbot on the FCC Wiki

Hi, I'm CamperBot! I can help you in this chatroom :smile:

Basic Commands:

  • find TOPIC find all entries about topic. ex: find js
  • wiki TOPIC show contents of topic page
  • thanks @username send brownie points to another user
  • about @username shows info on that user
  • Algorithm BONFIRENAME info on a Algorithm

:speech_balloon: meet CamperBot in this room!

:pencil: read more about camperbot on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
crazy bot
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
bot?
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC

Hi, I'm CamperBot! I can help you in this chatroom :smile:

Basic Commands:

  • find TOPIC find all entries about topic. ex: find js
  • wiki TOPIC show contents of topic page
  • thanks @username send brownie points to another user
  • about @username shows info on that user
  • Algorithm BONFIRENAME info on a Algorithm

:speech_balloon: meet CamperBot in this room!

:pencil: read more about camperbot on the FCC Wiki

Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
crazy @GitterBotX
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
you called?
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
bot hlp
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
bot pair
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:01 UTC
no wiki entry for: hlp

:point_right: algorithm dna pairing [wiki]

Problem Explanation:

  • You will get a DNA strand sequence and you need to get the pair and return it as a 2D array of the base pairs. Keep in mind that the provided strand should be first always.

:pencil: read more about algorithm dna pairing on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot pair programing
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
no wiki entry for: pair programing
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot bot
bot bot
bot bot
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot bot
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot bot
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot bot
bot bot
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot bot
bot botbot bot
bot bot
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot bot
bot botbot bot
bot bot
bot bot
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
no wiki entry for: botbot bot

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
no wiki entry for: botbot bot

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
hallaathrad proof
it works
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
yay!
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot rox
oh wait
bot
HA
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
bot 100111001010101
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:02 UTC
hahahaha
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:03 UTC
I think it is tired
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:03 UTC
poor bot bot
bot bot
bot bot
not bullet proof
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:03 UTC
no wiki entry for: rox
no wiki entry for: 100111001010101
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:03 UTC
:+1:
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Mar 15 2016 13:03 UTC

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Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:03 UTC
@Rafase282 so i comment the PR now
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:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:03 UTC
oh wow. it didn’t crash
it was just lagging
but it is indeed working
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Mar 15 2016 13:04 UTC

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  • Algorithm BONFIRENAME info on a Algorithm

:speech_balloon: meet CamperBot in this room!

:pencil: read more about camperbot on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:04 UTC
camperbot
I insist, it should respond to camperbot
even if only to say "call me bot"
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:04 UTC
@hallaathrad lagging bcoz of slow internet connection :/
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:04 UTC
where are you? your connection is usually better
(not hating, just curious)
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:05 UTC
@hallaathrad but this bot responds to @GitterBotX
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:05 UTC
you called?
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:05 UTC
no new comments
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:05 UTC
@hallaathrad my connection speed 65KBps\Huge{65 KBps} :/
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:06 UTC
hm I’ve just realised, I meant mrugesh’s connection
are you o dialup?
or dsl?
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:06 UTC
@hallaathrad lol. That's my High speed Broadband connection :D
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:06 UTC
dsl is high speed broadband
just on a lower cap from cable
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:07 UTC
ahhhh, because you’ve passed your quota
you’re throttled
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:08 UTC
yeah! 1 GB quota is not a quota. It's a punishment or torture
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:08 UTC
it’s what I run with on my cellphone
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:08 UTC

And that two star u see

**FMC under broadband " BB Home Combo UL 675","BB Home Combo ULD 845","BBG Combo ULD 945" plans is Rs.775, Rs.899, Rs.1000 respectively in the Odisha circle, Selected SSAs of UP(West) circle , selected SSA's of UPE circle, selected SSA's of MP Circle and selected SSA's of Maharashtra circle.

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:08 UTC
since I’ve moved to canada, anyway :(
even pricier for you=
wow
sorry brother
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:09 UTC
:/
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:10 UTC
come to canada
and you’ll be close to @Rafase282
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:10 UTC
@hallaathrad also disconnects everyday @ 12 AM and 12 pm :/
And after reconnection the first pg. i open redirects automagically to mail.bsnl.in :/
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:14 UTC
interesting
why not get a different provider?
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:15 UTC
btw, that's the only ISP in our locality
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:15 UTC
ahh
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:15 UTC
hah!
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:15 UTC
shame
is dcsan still around?
maybe we can ask why the private response is off
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:17 UTC
he comes sometimes but not often prolly Quincy or Berks asked him.
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:18 UTC
it’s probably to avoid someone bashing it
hm weird
point being bot bot
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:18 UTC
yeah! without knowledge
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:18 UTC
works
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:18 UTC
lol
bot command is simply an alias to explain command
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:18 UTC
no wiki entry for: command is simply an alias to explain command
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:18 UTC
explain
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:18 UTC
usage:
wiki $topic info on that topic
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:19 UTC
explain bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:19 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:19 UTC
explain botfire
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:19 UTC
no wiki entry for: botfire
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:19 UTC
bot explain
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:19 UTC

:point_right: for loops explained [wiki]

For Loops

The for statement creates a loop that consists of three optional expressions, enclosed in parentheses and separated by semicolons, followed by a statement or a set of statements executed in the loop.

The for loop has the following syntax:

for ([initialization]; [condition]; [final-expression]) {
code block to be executed
}

[initialization] is executed before the loop (the code block) starts.

[condition] defines the condition for running the loop (the code block).

[final-expression] is executed each time after the loop (the code block) has been executed.

Example in Javascript:

```
var ourArray = [];
:pencil: read more about for loops explained on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:19 UTC
bot bonfire
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:19 UTC
no wiki entry for: bonfire
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:19 UTC
haha good job on this one, @Rafase282
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:31 UTC
I had help
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:31 UTC
no, i meant ridding wiki of bonfires
I know bot was a joint effort ;)
@abhisekp thanks for your help
:)
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:32 UTC
is @Rafase282 a wiki rider? :horse_racing:
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:32 UTC
Lol
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:32 UTC
he is the wiki king :crown:
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:36 UTC
The code of the not needs to be changed, it has the bonfire keyword
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:36 UTC
bot
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 13:36 UTC
But that would be a different PR
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:36 UTC
bf wiki
bonfire wiki
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:37 UTC
I don’t think it’s responding
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:37 UTC
crashed
just a min
botstatus
thanks @abhisekp
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:38 UTC
bot status
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:38 UTC
sorry abhisekp, you can't send brownie points to yourself! :sparkles: :sparkles:
no wiki entry for: status
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:38 UTC
?????????
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:38 UTC
botstatus
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:38 UTC
All bot systems are go!
botVersion: 0.0.12
env: GitterBotX
botname: GitterBotX
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:38 UTC
bf wiki
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:38 UTC
Sorry, can't find a bonfire called wiki. [ Check the map? ]
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:38 UTC
bf pair
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:38 UTC

:fire:Waypoint: Pair Program on Bonfires :link:

119657641

Please note that the video for this challenge is a little outdated, and doesn't perfectly match these steps. We plan to record a new video soon.

more info:  bf details | bf links | hint

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:38 UTC
bf bf
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:38 UTC
Sorry, can't find a bonfire called bf. [ Check the map? ]
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:38 UTC
bonfire pair
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:38 UTC

:fire:Waypoint: Pair Program on Bonfires :link:

119657641

Please note that the video for this challenge is a little outdated, and doesn't perfectly match these steps. We plan to record a new video soon.

more info:  bf details | bf links | hint

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:39 UTC
bf bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:39 UTC
Sorry, can't find a bonfire called bot. [ Check the map? ]
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:39 UTC
bf is an alias for bonfire
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:39 UTC
Sorry, can't find a bonfire called is an alias for bonfire. [ Check the map? ]
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:42 UTC

@hallaathrad
the bot shud've crash protection for

File: config/AppConfig.js Line: 96

  GitterBotX: {
    botname: 'GitterBotX',
    appHost: 'http://localhost:7000',
    apiServer: 'www.freecodecamp.com', // <---- this line
    appRedirectUrl: 'http://localhost:7891/login/callback'
  },

If apiServer is not present or unable to connect, then the bot shudn't crash

GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:42 UTC
you called?
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:43 UTC
what do you suggest?
beta?
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:43 UTC
wat?
i mean it shudn't throw uncaught error
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:44 UTC
Screen-Shot-2016-03-12-at-19.08.57.png
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:44 UTC
you called?
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:44 UTC
how should we fix that
also, any way to make it say “you called, username?"
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:44 UTC
@hallaathrad currently, it shows this error
GitterBotX
WARN> AppConfig AppConfig.init serverEnv: GitterBotX
connect.multipart() will be removed in connect 3.0
visit https://github.com/senchalabs/connect/wiki/Connect-3.0 for alternatives
connect.limit() will be removed in connect 3.0
Demo app running at http://localhost:7891
events.js:154
      throw er; // Unhandled 'error' event
      ^

Error: getaddrinfo ENOTFOUND http://localhost:3001 http://localhost:3001:80
    at errnoException (dns.js:26:10)
    at GetAddrInfoReqWrap.onlookup [as oncomplete] (dns.js:77:26)
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:44 UTC
you called?
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:44 UTC
beta
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:45 UTC
@hallaathrad that should be in RoomMessages file. It can be modified
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:45 UTC
well, it’s saying it didn’t find localhost
is that your machine?
or what’s localhost
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:46 UTC
yeah! previously i configd. ApiServer to localhost
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:46 UTC
and you say that in case of freecodecamp.com being the localhost, if that server ever failed, bot will fail silently.
I see
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:46 UTC
botx
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:46 UTC
you called?
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:47 UTC
any way to set multiple api servers?
or even an external apiserver?
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:47 UTC
@hallaathrad well, it is setup to call external apiServer i.e. freecodecamp by default
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:48 UTC
by external I meant not fcc
github or a different one
could we potentially set that up elsewhere?
or have it be a backup?
if fcc fails
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:48 UTC
yeah! it can support any server in ApiServer but the bot is currently too tightly coupled with FCC and FCC rooms
@hallaathrad but no. There is no fallback
only implemented for a single ApiServer
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:50 UTC
hmmm what about bot pointing to something else that handles multiple apis
some sort of api router
akin to mashape
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:51 UTC
no idea :worried: how to do it :P
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:51 UTC
who would?
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:51 UTC
@hallaathrad have u looked at the bot code?
prolly, ltegman?
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:51 UTC
I have not
I’m afraid it’s probably beyond my skills
I’m front-end at most
how do i see it?
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:52 UTC
uh oh!
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:52 UTC
?
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:52 UTC
bot code?
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:52 UTC

:point_right: 10 steps to plan better so you can write less code [wiki]

Learn how to plan your future project!

Blog post written by BiancaMihai - GitHub / Twitter

An ounce of preparation is worth a pound of cure. That's true in medicine, and that's definitely true in software development.

Here's a structured 10-step workflow that will guide you through the app planning process, with the goal of saving you from writing a lot of unnecessary code.

Together, we'll plan out a simple "To-do" single-page web app. We'll also plan for an API backend for a future mobile app.

:pencil: read more about 10 steps to plan better so you can write less code on the FCC Wiki

Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:52 UTC
bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:52 UTC

Hi, I'm CamperBot! I can help you in this chatroom :smile:

Basic Commands:

  • find TOPIC find all entries about topic. ex: find js
  • wiki TOPIC show contents of topic page
  • thanks @username send brownie points to another user
  • about @username shows info on that user
  • Algorithm BONFIRENAME info on a Algorithm

:speech_balloon: meet CamperBot in this room!

:pencil: read more about camperbot on the FCC Wiki

Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:53 UTC
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:53 UTC
got it
to be reviewed
currently, I think this PR seems stable enough
what was the initial scope?
haha wait, what’s the PR again?
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:55 UTC
lol
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:55 UTC
waaaat! I just knew how to break it
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:55 UTC
@hallaathrad FreeCodeCamp/camperbot#68
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:56 UTC
ok, that I’d say is done
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:56 UTC
everyone is contributing to FCC but very very very few to Camperbot
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:56 UTC
I think I may get onboard
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:57 UTC
camperbot need help and support :couple:
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:57 UTC
gotta finish my portfolio
but I’ll help
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:57 UTC
k. thanks :blush:
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:57 UTC
bot needs :love_letter: too
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 13:57 UTC
no wiki entry for: needs love_letter too
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:57 UTC
letters?
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:58 UTC
yeah
we type into it ;)
we write our love
code
no?
bah
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:58 UTC
@hallaathrad some of the issues which might still be present in camperbot
Check here https://github.com/dcsan/gitterbot/issues
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:58 UTC
tough room
is there a way to copy these into our repo?
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 13:59 UTC
idk. Maybe
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 13:59 UTC
or should we just handle them directly at this other one?
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 14:01 UTC
@hallaathrad i think handling directly will do and just use
close dcsan/gitterbot#45
will do
bot code
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 14:03 UTC

:point_right: 10 steps to plan better so you can write less code [wiki]

Learn how to plan your future project!

Blog post written by BiancaMihai - GitHub / Twitter

An ounce of preparation is worth a pound of cure. That's true in medicine, and that's definitely true in software development.

Here's a structured 10-step workflow that will guide you through the app planning process, with the goal of saving you from writing a lot of unnecessary code.

Together, we'll plan out a simple "To-do" single-page web app. We'll also plan for an API backend for a future mobile app.

:pencil: read more about 10 steps to plan better so you can write less code on the FCC Wiki

Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 14:03 UTC
explain code
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 14:03 UTC

:point_right: 10 steps to plan better so you can write less code [wiki]

Learn how to plan your future project!

Blog post written by BiancaMihai - GitHub / Twitter

An ounce of preparation is worth a pound of cure. That's true in medicine, and that's definitely true in software development.

Here's a structured 10-step workflow that will guide you through the app planning process, with the goal of saving you from writing a lot of unnecessary code.

Together, we'll plan out a simple "To-do" single-page web app. We'll also plan for an API backend for a future mobile app.

:pencil: read more about 10 steps to plan better so you can write less code on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 14:07 UTC
sounds good
let’s do that, then
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:24 UTC
Are you camperbot?
cbot
bot
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:24 UTC
botx
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:24 UTC
you called?
you called?
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:24 UTC
commands
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:24 UTC

Hi, I'm CamperBot! I can help you in this chatroom :smile:

Basic Commands:

  • find TOPIC find all entries about topic. ex: find js
  • wiki TOPIC show contents of topic page
  • thanks @username send brownie points to another user
  • about @username shows info on that user
  • Algorithm BONFIRENAME info on a Algorithm

:speech_balloon: meet CamperBot in this room!

:pencil: read more about camperbot on the FCC Wiki

commands:

  • isCommand
  • cbot
  • echo
  • botversion
  • botstatus
  • botenv
  • archive
  • init
  • tooNoisy
  • help
  • menu
  • rooms
  • find
  • commands
  • music
  • announce
  • rollem
  • eightball
  • camperCount
  • welcome
  • hello
  • wikiFooter
  • wikiUsage
  • wikiCantFind
  • wiki
  • messages
  • thanks
  • about
  • showInfoCallback
  • update
  • bonfire
  • checkBonfireCommands
  • searchBonfire
  • checkHasBonfire
  • inBonfireRoom
  • hint
  • bf
  • explain
  • bot
  • hi
  • index
  • thank
  • log
  • archives
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:24 UTC
wiki python
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:24 UTC
:+1:
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:25 UTC
his PR is working :+1:
thanks to @Rafase282
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:25 UTC
abhisekp sends brownie points to @rafase282 :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles:
:star: 1070 | @rafase282 | http://www.freecodecamp.com/rafase282
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 16:25 UTC
Cool
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:26 UTC
Uhh the other bots are authorized to send requests to the API?
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:26 UTC
@sludge256 yeah! there are multiple vulnerabilies :P
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:27 UTC
yo bot
bot yo
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:27 UTC

:point_right: 10 steps to plan better so you can write less code [wiki]

Learn how to plan your future project!

Blog post written by BiancaMihai - GitHub / Twitter

An ounce of preparation is worth a pound of cure. That's true in medicine, and that's definitely true in software development.

Here's a structured 10-step workflow that will guide you through the app planning process, with the goal of saving you from writing a lot of unnecessary code.

Together, we'll plan out a simple "To-do" single-page web app. We'll also plan for an API backend for a future mobile app.

:pencil: read more about 10 steps to plan better so you can write less code on the FCC Wiki

Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:27 UTC
wiki ruby
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:27 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:27 UTC

:point_right: ruby [wiki]

Ruby

Ruby Logo

Ruby is a dynamic, object-oriented, reflective) programming language with a focus on simplicity and productivity. It has an elegant syntax that is natural to read and easy to write. It also has a dynamic type system and automatic memory management.

Known for its syntactic sugar, Ruby is made for developers happiness. It was created by a Japanese software engineer, Yukihiro Matsumoto in the early 1990s (also popularly known as Matz) as a simple general purpose scripting language for his day-to-day work. Combining elements of Perl, Smalltalk, and Scheme in a simple yet powerful syntax.

Ruby was conceived on February 24, 1993. In a 1999 post to the ruby-talk mailing list, Ruby author Yukihiro Matsumoto describes some of his early ideas about the language:

I was talking with my colleague about the possibility of an object-oriented scripting language. I knew Perl (Perl4, not Perl5), but I didn't like it really, because it had the smell of a toy language (it still has). The object-oriented language seemed very promising. I knew Python then. But I didn't like it, because I didn't think it was a true object-oriented language — OO features appeared to be add-on to the language. As a language maniac and OO fan for 15 years, I really wanted a genuine object-oriented, easy-to-use scripting language. I looked for but couldn't find one. So I decided to make it.

Like Perl, Ruby is good at text processing. Like Smalltalk, everything in Ruby is an object, and Ruby has blocks, iterators, meta-classes and other good stuff. You can use Ruby to write servers, experiment with prototypes, and for everyday programming tasks. As a fully-integrated object-oriented language, Ruby scales well.

By 2000, Ruby was more popular than Python in Japan; but as the Ruby on Rails web framework was created and released; it grew in leaps and bounds, well beyond Japan.

Today, Ruby on Rails is considered a solid web framework; and it has pioneered lot of great practices in web development.

:pencil: read more about ruby on the FCC Wiki

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:28 UTC
both botx
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:28 UTC
you called?
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:28 UTC
botx botx
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:28 UTC
you called?
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:28 UTC
botox
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:28 UTC
it listens to "botx"
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:28 UTC
you called?
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:28 UTC
brobro
bro
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:29 UTC
hi
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:29 UTC
it’d be funny if it listened to bro
hello world
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:29 UTC

welcome to FreeCodeCamp @hallaathrad!

Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:29 UTC
the command list should be updated ;)
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:29 UTC
@sludge256 and it should be in 2 column table form. rt?
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:29 UTC
camperCount
wikiUsage
wikiUsage banana
wiki abhisekp
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:30 UTC
no wiki entry for: abhisekp
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:30 UTC
Do we even have that many wiki entries with relative links?
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:31 UTC
commands
commands
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:31 UTC

commands:

  • isCommand
  • cbot
  • echo
  • botversion
  • botstatus
  • botenv
  • archive
  • init
  • tooNoisy
  • help
  • menu
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  • camperCount
  • welcome
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  • wikiFooter
  • wikiUsage
  • wikiCantFind
  • wiki
  • messages
  • thanks
  • about
  • showInfoCallback
  • update
  • bonfire
  • checkBonfireCommands
  • searchBonfire
  • checkHasBonfire
  • inBonfireRoom
  • hint
  • bf
  • explain
  • bot
  • hi
  • index
  • thank
  • log
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Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:31 UTC
hi
bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:31 UTC

Hi, I'm CamperBot! I can help you in this chatroom :smile:

Basic Commands:

  • find TOPIC find all entries about topic. ex: find js
  • wiki TOPIC show contents of topic page
  • thanks @username send brownie points to another user
  • about @username shows info on that user
  • Algorithm BONFIRENAME info on a Algorithm

:speech_balloon: meet CamperBot in this room!

:pencil: read more about camperbot on the FCC Wiki

Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:31 UTC
hi bot
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:31 UTC
botstatus
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:31 UTC
All bot systems are go!
botVersion: 0.0.12
env: GitterBotX
botname: GitterBotX
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:31 UTC
does not compute?
hi
hi
hi bot
bf bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:31 UTC
Sorry, can't find a bonfire called bot. [ Check the map? ]
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:32 UTC
bot bot
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:32 UTC

:point_right: git delete a branch both locally and remotely [wiki]

When to Delete branches?

Normally in a contribution flow Branches are a great way to work on different features, fixes, etc. while isolating them from the main codebase. So a repo may have a master branch, and separate branches to work on different features.

Typically once the work is completed on a feature and it is recommended to delete the branch.

The Delete workflow:

Lets say you have a repo called as AwesomeRepo, and its hosted on Github, at a location such as https://github.com/my_username/AwesomeRepo.

Also lets assume it has the branches like: <br>
master<br>
feature/some-cool-new-stuff<br>
fix/authentication<br>
staging<br>

For consistency we will assume branch names are same on local as well as on the remote.

Now, lets say you are done with that fix for authentication and want to remove the branch fix/authentication.

:pencil: read more about git delete a branch both locally and remotely on the FCC Wiki

Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:32 UTC
The Java entries could probably be linked
wiki java res
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:32 UTC

:point_right: java resources [wiki]

Java Resources

Home

Java is trademarked and licensed by Oracle. Most of the following are un-official resources, unless hosted by Oracle.

:pencil: read more about java resources on the FCC Wiki

Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:33 UTC
The java resources entry links to java
but java doesn't link to java resources
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:33 UTC
hmm but that's a wiki issue? not bot issue right?
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:33 UTC
lol
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:33 UTC
yes
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:33 UTC
@alayek if you are around
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:33 UTC
explain @abhisekp
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:33 UTC
no wiki entry for: @abhisekp
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:33 UTC
explain abhisekp
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:33 UTC
no wiki entry for: abhisekp
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC
Finding java entries could be difficult too
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC
lol
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC
because of all the javascript entries
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC
explain java life
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC
no wiki entry for: java life
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC
list
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC
find java
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC
Hmm I agree @sludge256
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC
GREAT
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC
find java
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC
FIND = LIST
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC

find java

:zero: java basics
:one: java introduction
:two: java loops
:three: java resources

Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC
1
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:34 UTC

:point_right: challenge create an ordered list [wiki]

HTML has a special element for creating ordered lists, or numbered-style lists.

Ordered lists start with a <ol> element. Then they contain some number of <li> elements.

For example:

<ol>
  <li>hydrogen</li>
  <li>helium</li>
</ol>

would create a numbered list of "hydrogen" and "helium".
:pencil: read more about challenge create an ordered list on the FCC Wiki

Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:35 UTC
Oh so that's how it happens
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:35 UTC
Its all weird!!!
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:35 UTC
lol
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:35 UTC
nothing is related
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:35 UTC
bot wat
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:35 UTC

:point_right: wat [wiki]

A brilliant talk about objects in ruby, javascript and other languages. Funny and insightful.

https://www.destroyallsoftware.com/talks/wat

:pencil: read more about wat on the FCC Wiki

Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:35 UTC
I've been wondering why camperbot sometimes chimes in for no reason
It seems to be from someone using the find command earlier in chat
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:36 UTC
@sludge256 many things are synchronous in camperbot
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:36 UTC
At least from what I'm seeing so far
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:36 UTC
maybe you are right
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:36 UTC
Is there a timeout for how long the bot remembers the last command?
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:36 UTC
IDK is there @abhisekp ?
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:36 UTC
@sludge256 nope!
3
2
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:37 UTC
find me
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:37 UTC
1
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:37 UTC
You already used 1

:point_right: adding snippets in sublime text [wiki]

Adding Snippets To Your Sublime Text Installation

If you are a user of sublime text (I hope you are, it kicks ass. You can get it here), then you may have
already noticed some of the tab completion capabilities. For example, when you are opening an html tag such as <p>, it automatically closes
the tag as soon as you type /. You can get similar functionality for pieces of code you end up re-writing over and over, and it's surprisingly
easy!

Here's an example, which activates after typing div and then tab:

alt text

The Steps

Step 1.

Click Tools > New Snippet... in the navigation bar. This will open a snippet skeletton file which will look like this:

alt text

Step 2.

:pencil: read more about adding snippets in sublime text on the FCC Wiki

Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:37 UTC
so you have to use find again
it's last command response I believe
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:37 UTC
lets see
5
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:37 UTC
19
a few seconds
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:37 UTC
0
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 16:37 UTC
i'm back
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:37 UTC
all the more reason for these to be sent in private
find me
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:37 UTC
find abhisek
raisedadead @raisedadead scratches head again
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:37 UTC
find abhisek
nothing found
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:38 UTC
damn u !
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:38 UTC
find my brain
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:38 UTC
find my brain
nothing found
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:38 UTC
hahahahahahaaha
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:38 UTC
I knew that
find my manliness
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:38 UTC
find my manliness
nothing found
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:38 UTC
find nothing
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:38 UTC
find nothing
nothing found
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:38 UTC
shhh
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:38 UTC
yes! :D
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:38 UTC
you can’t prove it!
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:38 UTC
ROFL!
hey @Rafase282
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:39 UTC
find @abhisekp’s internet speed
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:39 UTC
find @abhisekps internet speed
nothing found
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:39 UTC
:p
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 16:39 UTC
hello
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:39 UTC
I guess we should just test @Rafase282 PR
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:39 UTC
bot greet @Rafase282
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:39 UTC
no wiki entry for: greet @rafase282
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:39 UTC
I mean specific test to his fix
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:39 UTC
greet
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 16:39 UTC
the PR has been tested since this morning
Justin Richardsson
@hallaathrad
Mar 15 2016 16:39 UTC
ok. I merge then
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:40 UTC
apart from that others should be logged separately
yup @hallaathrad !
:+1:
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 16:40 UTC
and I have to say anything other than links being displayed properly is not part of the PR
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:40 UTC
How many relative links do we even have?
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:40 UTC
I agree @Rafase282
Almost every where @sludge256
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 16:40 UTC
@sludge256 95% of them
or more
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:40 UTC
Oh gotcha
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 16:41 UTC
All internal links should be relative
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:41 UTC
explain js res
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:41 UTC
I guess I was thinking relative links in some other sense.
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:41 UTC
@sludge256 all relative links at bottom
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:41 UTC
Cool seems to work
wiki python
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:42 UTC

Let us all say Thanks to @Rafase282 :D

GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:42 UTC
abhisekp sends brownie points to @rafase282 :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles:
:warning: abhisekp already gave rafase282 points
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:42 UTC
oh! bummer :/
Arijit Layek
@alayek
Mar 15 2016 16:42 UTC
@raisedadead yeah
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:42 UTC
Thanks @Rafase282 @hallaathrad @sludge256 @abhisekp @GitterBotX
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:42 UTC
raisedadead sends brownie points to @rafase282 and @hallaathrad and @sludge256 and @abhisekp and @gitterbotx :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles:
:star: 2303 | @abhisekp | http://www.freecodecamp.com/abhisekp
:star: 1071 | @rafase282 | http://www.freecodecamp.com/rafase282
:star: 462 | @hallaathrad | http://www.freecodecamp.com/hallaathrad
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 16:42 UTC
is okay, I'm not eating much sugar today @abhisekp thanks anyways
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:42 UTC
:star: 6 | @gitterbotx | http://www.freecodecamp.com/gitterbotx
:star: 1853 | @sludge256 | http://www.freecodecamp.com/sludge256
rafase282 sends brownie points to @abhisekp :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles:
:star: 2304 | @abhisekp | http://www.freecodecamp.com/abhisekp
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:42 UTC
@alayek we need to link the Java articles together
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:43 UTC
find java
find alayek
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:43 UTC
Probably best to file an issue for tracking purposes
Arijit Layek
@alayek
Mar 15 2016 16:43 UTC
@raisedadead ok
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:43 UTC
there he is
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:43 UTC
wiki java
common
Arijit Layek
@alayek
Mar 15 2016 16:43 UTC
help python
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:43 UTC
find alayek
nothing found
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:43 UTC
find java res
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:43 UTC

:point_right: advantages and disadvantages of javascript [wiki]

Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript

Like all computer languages, JavaScript has certain advantages and disadvantages. Many of the pros and cons are related to being a client-side language.

:pencil: read more about advantages and disadvantages of javascript on the FCC Wiki

find java res

:zero: java resources

Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:43 UTC
too many requests
:P
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:44 UTC
@sludge256 my internet is slow :(
Brian
@sludge256
Mar 15 2016 16:44 UTC
@abhisekp Was going to ask if it was local
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:44 UTC
Everybody calm dowm! lol
Arijit Layek
@alayek
Mar 15 2016 16:44 UTC
Python links seem to be working
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:45 UTC
This is a separate issue altogether, we need language specific find limiters
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:45 UTC
there is already for js
find js
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:45 UTC
yup java needs to be directed to java results
Arijit Layek
@alayek
Mar 15 2016 16:46 UTC
help installing django
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:46 UTC
no wiki entry for: installing django
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:46 UTC
explain django
Arijit Layek
@alayek
Mar 15 2016 16:46 UTC
help python
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:46 UTC

:point_right: django start project [wiki]

Creating a Project with Django

Home
Previous

Now that we know how to create virtual environments and use pip, we can begin
building our project. In this article, we will create our first Django project,
write tests, and start our development server.

Creating the Virtual Environment

First, let's create a new virtual environment for this project. (If you haven't
already, deactivate the previous virtualenv by typing deactivate in the
terminal). For more info on virtual environments and how to use them, visit
this page.

Navigate to the directory where you want
the Django project and type the following into the terminal:
```
mkvirtualenv taskplanner --python=/usr/bin/python3
:pencil: read more about django start project on the FCC Wiki

Arijit Layek
@alayek
Mar 15 2016 16:47 UTC
looks cool
Rafase282 @Rafase282 thinks the PR should be merged and any issues reported on the issues section. The relative links part works as intended.
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:47 UTC
@alayek the django links were not relative. They're absolute
cc: @Rafase282
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 16:47 UTC
@abhisekp sorry about yout ISP situation. It sucks.
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:47 UTC
@Rafase282 lol
:/
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 16:48 UTC
Yes some links were channged to absoluted, I was going to change that after PR was merged
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 16:48 UTC
PR merged by @hallaathrad thanks!
GitterBotX
@GitterBotX
Mar 15 2016 16:48 UTC
raisedadead sends brownie points to @hallaathrad :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles:
:warning: raisedadead already gave hallaathrad points
Arijit Layek
@alayek
Mar 15 2016 16:48 UTC
@abhisekp the links at the top like Previous, Home, Next
They were relative
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:48 UTC
@alayek For django, they're absolute
Arijit Layek
@alayek
Mar 15 2016 16:48 UTC
Those were resolving to http://python earlier :P
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 16:48 UTC
For python, they're relative
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 16:59 UTC
made a PR to change hard to relative links
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 17:00 UTC
@Rafase282 where?
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 17:01 UTC
didnt go up yet
checkign on that
Abhisek Pattnaik
@abhisekp
Mar 15 2016 17:05 UTC
@Rafase282 wait... what did u change?
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 17:05 UTC
FreeCodeCamp/wiki#578
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 17:07 UTC
@Rafase282 :+1:
You are still adding changes?
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
Mar 15 2016 17:07 UTC
I'm leaving the room now
no
done
moving tot he wiki room now
mrugesh
@raisedadead
Mar 15 2016 17:08 UTC
bye
lol