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Brian Glusman
@bglusman
but i may already own too many domains
dunno if its worth buying :-)
maybe
heh theres also debtceili.ng
but i dont think thats so good
wow, io domains are expensive
$50+ a year
all my .coms are cheap, 10 or 12
Joran Kikke
@dangerousbeans
hmm could try building something and just putting it on heroku, just to check how difficult it is
but could be neat
Brian Glusman
@bglusman
yeah, maybe
not sure what the service would look like
could be a chance to try building something fun with volt though
I want that to take off, it feels awesome
Joran Kikke
@dangerousbeans
sign in, asks for your github login, lists all your github projects with spinning wheels as it anlyses them
uses github api to add hooks so that you get a feed of all changes
Brian Glusman
@bglusman
hmm, kind of a code climate for tech debt?
the numbers are so arbitrary though
Joran Kikke
@dangerousbeans
then an activity stream of 'jeff just reduced the debt by 5%!'
Brian Glusman
@bglusman
and its kind of based on their logic :-)
hah
Joran Kikke
@dangerousbeans
links through to the generated HTML for each project
to explore what's causing stuff
could be awesome
whenever we use simplecov we struggle to share the HTML it generates
it's so awkward that it just builds it into the project root
then you could let free users have, say, 5 projects being analysed, with 3 team members max
soft upper limit
PAY FOR MORE PLZ
then google will buy you
Oh yeah I wanted to build something with Volt also
Brian Glusman
@bglusman
usually its open source free/closed source pay
but maybe
Joran Kikke
@dangerousbeans
you could run it similar to Chef
Christopher Sexton
@csexton
I don't mind having a way to hook into a hosted/pay service -- but would really like this to work as a stand alone project that run locally and free. Something about tools like this it just seems better that way.
Of course I haven't done any real work on this so I can't vote on that :grin:
Brian Glusman
@bglusman
no i agree totally
i doubt there will be a pay service but certainly open source would be its core
i think it could use more real workd validation and interest first though :-)
@csexton had a chance to run code on any projects yet?
its getting to be deceny usaable but still needs tests
could probably use more/better output options etc too
Brian Glusman
@bglusman
@/all I just added manual tech debt call outs in a branch, so you can add comments for #TECH DEBT +20 or #HACK DEBT +40, going to open a PR if anyone wants to code review it :-) I may self merge later on
Brian Glusman
@bglusman
OK, we have 2 whole tests now! and travis integration to boot
Brian Glusman
@bglusman
I think I'm going to switch the .debt_ceiling config out in favor of a yaml file for configuration, dunno... @/all anyone have pro or con feelings? The DSL leads to some ugly code, and I think it's unnecessary complexity, especially since we have the option to load additions to debt.rb with a linked file path
up to 6 tests now, might add some more :-)
Brian Glusman
@bglusman
or maybe not? maybe just use configuration gem? or there's like 5 other options, and this article saying to stop using yaml and do what I did, just use ruby :-) http://metabates.com/2011/06/28/lets-say-goodbye-to-yaml-for-configuration-shall-we/
Brian Glusman
@bglusman
OK, new configurations gem branch is PR'd! will wait a day or so for review then self merge, anyone who wanders in, feedback welcome
Brian Glusman
@bglusman
@/all We were on front page of HN for a couple hours today! That's not nothing! Still top 4 on show HN https://news.ycombinator.com/show if anyone wants to comment or whatnot
Brian Glusman
@bglusman
Just released 0.3.0 gem, major refactors and whatnot, way cleaner codebase, for anyone curious :-)