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    Tim Carlson
    @dotcarls
    It can get folded in when it’s more mature through a pull request
    Zach Silverman
    @zachsilv
    Hmmm, I'm not seeing this RC branch, all I see is the master. What exactly is a pull request/ how does it differ from an ordinary pull?
    Tim Carlson
    @dotcarls
    So a pull is what you do to take someone elses repository branch and start working on it, so when I submit a pull-request it means that I’ve made my own branch, changed some code, and now want you, the repo owner, to pull my branch into the master branch
    at least i think...
    git isn’t super intuitive :/
    Zach Silverman
    @zachsilv
    Right?!
    I'm glad we are on the same page in that regard. Confusing as hell I think hah
    I've uploaded the first draft of CityScape, it's under the Sound Files Folder
    Tim Carlson
    @dotcarls
    Yeah but it’s pretty much got the open source community by the balls so it’s not going anywhere. There’s a mac utility called ‘hub’ that extends git and adds some helpful commands. You can install it with homebrew (‘brew install hub’)
    Awesome I’ll check it out when I can put on headphones
    Zach Silverman
    @zachsilv
    Alright, Imma go mia for 10- watching a video on pull/pull request hah
    Tim Carlson
    @dotcarls
    All good :D
    This had some quality info. It explains that you need to push your branch into the master
    Tim Carlson
    @dotcarls
    nice, i’ll check it out after class
    Zach Silverman
    @zachsilv
    Groovy!
    Zach Silverman
    @zachsilv
    Interesting. In github if you click on the button "Fork" and go into the tab "Network", it gives you a visual of the files and which are in-sync. Neat :)
    wait, gitter-badger?
    Tim Carlson
    @dotcarls
    gitter-badger?
    So I’ve made some progress on the API. If you have python installed, download my RC directory, go into app and run “python -m SimpleHTTPServer” then open up app.html to hear the different room sounds as they process the “car door open shut"
    very simplistic but it just shows that the wiring is all working
    Zach Silverman
    @zachsilv
    Yooo
    Tim Carlson
    @dotcarls
    ok
    Zach Silverman
    @zachsilv
    0.0.0.0:8000/app.html
    Tim Carlson
    @dotcarls