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    Ed Summers
    @edsu
    @remagio ok you are all set w/ access to the anon project
    Ed Summers
    @edsu
    basically just ssh to tools-dev.wmflabs.org
    and then type: become anon
    which should switch you into the anon project environment
    then read the README
    which should provide instructions on how to generate the access key for your twitter account, add it to the config, and restart the bot
    Renato Gabriele
    @remagio
    sure @steko, thx. I have yet that IP but with all Italian's ministers IPs (;-)). I didn't included Ministry with @ItaGovEdits b/c they did an enormous history of updates. With @jarib we created a store with the entire history of updates and when that too will be ready we could open all accounts. I have created a specific TW additional accounts one for ministry and one for regional governments.
    @edsu @steko I'll give a try, I was waiting for wikipedia anon instance, to understand if open up all other governments anon yet created or merge them with your wmf lab project. I'll keep you updated
    Ed Summers
    @edsu
    @remagio ok
    sjwiki
    @sjwiki
    Hi there, I was wondering if anon can be adapted to tweet all edits regardless of IP address to twitter? :)
    Or would I be better off using some other bot?
    (Obviously not to be used on Wikipedia)
    Ed Summers
    @edsu
    @sjwiki anon uses a library called wikichanges to monitor the recent changes for all major language wikipedias ; so you could use that if you wanted
    @sjwiki unfortunately, I doubt Twitter would let you post all edits, you'd likely get blocked
    @sjwiki this is what all the edits looks like http://wikistream.wmflabs.org/
    sjwiki
    @sjwiki
    I want to post all the edits from my own wiki
    Nowhere near as many as those to Wikipedia - thankfully!
    Ed Summers
    @edsu
    What is "your wiki"?
    Jari Bakken
    @jarib
    my anon instance has been awfully quiet, no tweets in about a month
    lsof reveals it’s connected to argon.wikimedia.org
    but strace has it just repeating this over and over: https://gist.github.com/jarib/b978874331129d0a6c08
    someone here who can strace their instance and check if that’s normal?
    it’s a bit suspicous to me that there are noe read() calls in there..
    Renato Gabriele
    @remagio
    let me check @jarib, I found since a couple of week that often I have to relaunch the process for something like that.
    Jari Bakken
    @jarib
    i did a restart. it’s calling read() for a while, but it’s not doing that anymore
    tcpdump also shows no irc traffic
    well, besides PING/PONG commands
    hm. i can’t see my bot in the #en.wikipedia channel
    perhaps it’s been kicked
    Jari Bakken
    @jarib
    actually, the PING/PONG could be from another client..
    Renato Gabriele
    @remagio
    or some maintenance scripts kicked out bots on irc channels
    not sure they like too much anon bots connected, imho
    Ed Summers
    @edsu
    I haven't been kicked yet. Make sure you are running latest anon and double check you've got latest dependencies by doing a rm -rf node_modules and npm install. There was a problem a while back with the wikichanges module which was connecting too quickly to too many channels which was causing it to get kicked.
    Jari Bakken
    @jarib
    ah
    sounds plausible. i’ll try that
    shouldn’t anon crash or at least log that it has been kicked?
    Ed Summers
    @edsu
    it wasn't crashing for me
    edsu @edsu crosses fingers
    Jari Bakken
    @jarib
    that’s my point. if it’s kicked, it should crash or at least let the user now
    Ed Summers
    @edsu
    definitely should, agreed
    Jari Bakken
    @jarib
    seems to be working better after i removed node_modules
    Ed Summers
    @edsu
    huh, good!
    sorry for the hiccup, feel free to ticket the problem that it doesn't die
    Jari Bakken
    @jarib
    done, #125
    Tom Schulze
    @kringkaste
    Hey, I'm not sure if something similar was reported yet. We have the following config entry:
    "des BMF": [
    ["85.158.226.0", "85.158.226.31"]
    ],
    And this matched for the IP 85.158.226.103
    Could this be?
    Ed Summers
    @edsu
    I don't think it's possible no, assuming you are running the latest anon. I just did a test https://gist.github.com/edsu/8e0f2e2d9de1df53dba5
    Nicolas Jolicoeur
    @nicolicoeur
    @edsu any tips for running coffeescript on Azure? everything is working locally.