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Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
the only tweak I think we'd need to make to make that happen is to include TeamcIty build number in the package version, or some other mechanism of having unique numbers
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
Although that might depend on knowing that we've just tagged the build, which as I mentioned in castleproject/Core#48.
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
for release notes, we have releasenotes.txt file in the repo that's I update manually
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
Yes. that's certainly possible.
Another option is counting the builds since the last git tag was applied and adding that as a disambiguator.
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
but I imagine with certain level of discipline that could be largely automated
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
When 0, we have an official release.
Oh, yes, I think so.
I think perhaps the best bet would be once a release improvement is identified, we update castleproject/Core#48's checklist and spin off a new issue.
Not saying "don't chat about it first", just when we understand what we want well enough to "publish" the desire.
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
yeah, builds-since-tag could work... the only downside I can immediately think of is that it's not obvious, having a nuget, to figure out which exact build it corresponds to, but we could put build number/revision hash in the package itself
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
Right. releasenotes.txt. I forgot about that. can scrape it for the GitHub Release.
Ah. Yes, builds-since-tag is a little opaque.
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
yeah yeah. Please feel free to create github issues for those, more persistent format would be better for a discussion loke that
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
(Regarding gitter notifications, I'm only getting one per message, but am getting it while looking at gitter, which I don't remember before. Used to just pop up when I was on another tab, I thought.)
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
also, since we're aiming for our next release to bump up major version number, we have a bit more flexibility if needed, regarding breaking changes and such
yeah, I think the notifications problem was intermittent - I get one now as well
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
I'd consider tracking the "publish intermediate NuGet packages" issue separately. It's kind of a fancy new option, not improving the existing onerous manual build. Suit?
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
absolutely
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
Awesome. Aw, heck. I think I've earned some karma with you guys. Maybe I should cautiously switch to "do and ask for forgiveness" mode. :wink2:
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
haha
hamilton verissimo
@hammett
dalefrancis88/Windsor@e2543e5 testing this
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
@hammett same commit with ?w=1 (ignore line ending differences) dalefrancis88/Windsor@e2543e5
hmm, gitter has stripped the ?w=1 down from the link...
hamilton verissimo
@hammett
neat. working on something similar. hence my curiosity
Meligy, GuruStop.NET
@Meligy
have you considered JabbR as well?
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
hi Meligy
we have, but I like this tool and how it's integrated with Github, does Jabbr do that?
Meligy, GuruStop.NET
@Meligy
I don't think it has any special github integration, just a generic bot API
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
@kkozmic, you look green. Are you really awake and here?
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
I am now :)
I think all it tells you is that my computer is on
and the tab is open
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
Ah. That's a little disappointing. I was hoping it'd mean more. Ah well, we'll learn the intricacies of gitter as time goes on.
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
@blairconrad did you resolve the problem with STW?
I can see that the page is published
I also (think) I gave you permissions required to upload and add images. Let me know if it doesn't work (you might need to log out/in)
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
Oh, thanks, @kkozmic. Was out all day. Will check real soon now. Although may be interrupted - on phone with Satellite TV provider, getting "technical assistance".
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
hehe
no worries
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
I can upload images. I think that someone in power will ultimately have to approve the new draft, but yeah, thinks seem to be progressing. Thanks!
Also, the technician will be at my house between 8 and 12 tomorrow.
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
ok, no worries
I'm in GMT+10 so at work right now, I'll approve the draft or whatever else needs to be done in ~8h
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
Sure, no problem. I just added the screenshots and hit "Save". I'm in no rush for the changes. It's all for the project.
Jonathon Rossi
@jonorossi
@blairconrad I've just added you to the editors group, your changes shouldn't require approval anymore. @kkozmic
Krzysztof Koźmic
@kkozmic
good one Jono
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
Thanks, @jonorossi. I appreciate your trust.
Blair Conrad
@blairconrad
@kkozmic, you seem to be awake now. I can add a link to the Pre-release feed from Windsor's main page. I was torn because the feed includes both Windsor and Core packages, so ended up adding the new page to the <root> namespace.
Of course, can link to from anywhere. Or several anywheres.
Best candidates I see for link location on Windsor main page:
  1. in that funny yellow box right at the top
  2. Resources