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Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
See ya! Let me know when you have the announcement, I think we can copy it again into the github release like last time
Dieter Weber
@uellue
FYI updating message and releasing on GitHub now.
Dieter Weber
@uellue
🌷🌷🌷 :smile:
Dieter Weber
@uellue
Should we have a short celebratory call today, for example around 11:00? :-)
Matthew Bryan
@matbryan52
Works for me, I'm available
(Didn't get an email notification until just now)
No worries! :-)
Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
I just pushed a new version of LiberTEM-jupyter-proxy which fixes the issue of temp file cleanup interfering with out token auth: https://pypi.org/project/libertem-jupyter-proxy/
Dieter Weber
@uellue
FYI Direct I/O maxes out a 2 GB/s SSD on Windows. Not sure if we could test that before?
Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
I think we didn't do serious performance tests on Windows previously. Nice!
Matthew Bryan
@matbryan52
The PR for the multi-raw-file dataset is up, but I'm not up to date with how we are doing CI these days ?
Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
You can trigger the LiberTEM.LiberTEM-data pipeline with the azp comment, which nowadays is the full CI pipeline
Matthew Bryan
@matbryan52
I've tested on my side on Linux/Windows with python 37 and 39 (+Inline and Distributed). I have a feeling the new tests will fail on Mac though due to using DirectBackend
OK, will do
Thanks
Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
Hmm yeah, direct I/O tests need to be skipped on OS X, can be marked with skipif or, if the backend is parametrized, there is also a way to skip tests dynamically with pytest
https://docs.pytest.org/en/latest/how-to/skipping.html#skipping-test-functions - there should be examples of this already in the test suite
Matthew Bryan
@matbryan52
It's parametrized, yes, but I was unsure how to skip only certain combinations of parameters (I might have to just split the test), right now backend itself is a parameter
Alexander Clausen
@sk1p

From the link above:

def test_function():
    if not valid_config():
        pytest.skip("unsupported configuration")

would need to check backend.__class__.__name__ maybe?

Matthew Bryan
@matbryan52
:+1:
Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
Let me know if I should start some additional CI agents for faster turn-around
Matthew Bryan
@matbryan52
The linux/data tests all passed no problem, I waited to push the Mac OSX skip commit. Until we can run Windows / Mac tests I don't think there is a need to re-run them.
But thanks!
Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
:+1:
Anand Baburajan
@AnandBaburajan
Hello @sk1p, @uellue and others! I'm interested in working on something in LiberTEM and I would be available for 4 hours everyday from April to August. I remember starting with the K2 simulator last year and leaving the project in between. Sorry for that, and thanks for understanding. I would be happy to have a call to discuss about the simulator - or if you have other project ideas which could be finished in 3-4 months. Thank you. : )
Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
Hi @AnandBaburajan - great to hear! I'
I'm confident we can find something for you to work on - I have to think a bit about this. Do you want to join our group meeting this week?
Anand Baburajan
@AnandBaburajan
Yep! Wednesday, right? And the same Zoom link, right?
Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
Wed 15:00CET - I'll send you a skype link
Anand Baburajan
@AnandBaburajan
Ah, I meant skype, not zoom
Anand Baburajan
@AnandBaburajan

Do you want to join our group meeting this week?

I'll join next Wednesday onwards.

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Dieter Weber
@uellue
LiberTEM 0.9.2 with bug fixes was released yesterday: https://libertem.github.io/LiberTEM/changelog.html#latest
Matthew Bryan
@matbryan52
Hi @sk1p , is it OK if I push into your sk1p:numpy-dataset branch ?
Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
@matbryan52 yes, please do
Matthew Bryan
@matbryan52
Just tried, I think I need push permissions for your repo
Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
Let me check
weird, because I didn't have to add @uellue
Matthew Bryan
@matbryan52
Ah, it's on my end, no worries
It was trying to push with https and not ssh
Sorry about that
Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
Ah, ok, no worries
Matthew Bryan
@matbryan52
Hi, is there any chance I can have docker permissions on Ptycho ? I'm trying to test conda-forge builds which run the libertem test suite and it's 5+ minutes per run on my laptop !

docker run hello-world fails with permission denied when connecting to the daemon on ptycho

I understand it's a security risk though so your choice, I can figure something else out ! (or just do other things while the build runs)

Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
Hi, yeah, give me a minute
@matbryan52 you should have access now, if you re-login
Matthew Bryan
@matbryan52
Confirmed, thanks !
Alexander Clausen
@sk1p
@matbryan52 npy dataset PR looks good, ready for merging from your side?
Matthew Bryan
@matbryan52
:+1:
Matthew Bryan
@matbryan52
@sk1p let me know if you want to do the call - I do have a question about packaging / distribution which might be easier as a conversation, if you have a moment ?