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Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
ok. I've yet to work on it. I agree with your suggestion to start with the change to the response body to unify the two versions (in behaviour, they will have different implementation since one uses async the other does not).
Then maybe a survey of asgi vs wsgi can be done to check which are the differences
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
updated the issue and created pr
Kurt Griffiths
@kgriffs
Yikes, this COVID-19 thing seems to be getting out of hand. Hope all of you and your loved ones are OK.
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
Thanks kurt. Same hope for me.
I'm in Italy, but I'm OK, and I don't live in the worst hit zones. Stay save and try to use common sense.
Vytautas Liuolia
@vytas7
Indeed, I was not expecting it to spread this wild. The world has had better luck with e.g. avian flu etc.
Vytautas Liuolia
@vytas7
@CaselIT good to hear that you fine given you're in Italy. OTOH it seems it's quickly spreading in the whole Europe anyway.
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
Thanks. Sadly yes, France, Germany and Span are fast approaching the Italian numbers and even in other nations the number are quickly raising :(
In hindsight, China did a pretty good job, it the final number are as they stand now
Vytautas Liuolia
@vytas7
Trying to find the positives, at least us developers can oftentimes work remotely.
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
Indeed
Kurt Griffiths
@kgriffs
well, new update from the PSF... they are trying to decide between rescheduling or canceling...they are in a pickle. https://pycon.blogspot.com/2020/03/march-12-update-on-covid-19.html
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
I think that's inevitable. It appears that the virus will spread to pretty much all of europe to at least some degree, and the us from what read in the news not in a much better position :(.
stay safe everyone
Vytautas Liuolia
@vytas7
I feel it's only a matter of time PyCon US 2020 gets cancelled or rescheduled.
Which is sad as I really wanted to travel, but it would be irresponsible even if it was possible.
Vytautas Liuolia
@vytas7

Their refund policy sounds great though.

In the meantime, remember that PyCon US will refund any tickets with no questions asked.

Mykhailo Yusko
@mikeyusko

hey folks!

be safe.

Vytautas Liuolia
@vytas7
Eh, master got broken upon the latest merge, but no relevant changes whatsoever in that commit that I could relate to.
Probably a new stricter version of mypy, or smth like that. Looking into it :eyes:
Vytautas Liuolia
@vytas7
Uh oh. It seems we have been failing on mypy for quite a while. Just pytest-mypy==0.5.0 was misreporting that as success.
Kurt Griffiths
@kgriffs
That’s really a shame but I’m glad some donors are stepping up to keep the PSF afloat
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
I guess it was inevitable.
Kurt Griffiths
@kgriffs
Poor Ewa, she must have had a heck of a time trying to deal with this.
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
I was looking at falconry/falcon#452. The issue does not have the label needs-decision, but it seems that no clear solution was decided
Kurt Griffiths
@kgriffs
commented
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
thanks. I'll try to work on something if I've time this we. It's not like I can go anywhere anyway :\
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
I've just noticed that there may be a bug inHTTPError.to_xml. it return bytes (even if the doc say it's str) and then we set it to the body of the request (instead of the data)
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
actually the bug may be in the default serializer
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
I've fixed it in #1701
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
Kurt Griffiths
@kgriffs
oops…nice catch
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
I was looking at how the documentation rendered.
should just be an autoclass declaration missing in sphinx
Kurt Griffiths
@kgriffs

BTW everyone, my apologies for the slowdown in this work over the past few weeks. With everything going on, including having all the kids home (and suddenly becoming a homeschool teacher), things have been a bit crazy for sure!

Anyway, I have been able to carve out some time to work on getting docs over the finish line and work on the reviewing the PR backlog, so hopefully, we will be ready for a second alpha soon...but with Corona hitting the US hard right now I can't promise for sure.

@vytas7 I’m sure things have been a bit crazy lately for all of us…just checking to see if you will have a chance to look at adding async support to the form stuff.
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
No worries from my part. Stay safe everyone
Vytautas Liuolia
@vytas7
@kgriffs I've been admittedly a bit off track with the whole COVID-19 thing.
On one hand, Sweden adopted a unique strategy (so far) avoiding massive lockdown, keeping other countries puzzled or even angry, but in the end no one knows what would work the best given the fine balance between necessary measures, harsh measures, and the impact on economy. So my kids are still at school/preschool. But OTOH I've been working only shorter days from home, my wife has been slightly sick (who knows COVID-19 or not) and it feels like I have slightly less time for everything. Not a biggie in general, but hobbies like Falcon have taken the hardest blow :grimacing:
@kgriffs I have started something in that direction, but that has been largely on-hold for the past two-three weeks.
Vytautas Liuolia
@vytas7
I'm hoping to resume work this weekend, but we'll see how much I can get done under the circumstances.
@kgriffs have you started looking at the WebSocket support implementation?
Heh, we seem to have a kind-of frontend vulnerability again, GH says :slight_smile:
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT

In #1661 we forgot the documentation for MethodInfo https://falcon.readthedocs.io/en/latest/api/inspect.html#falcon.inspect.RouteInfo

the error is actually in the docstring. fixed in falconry/falcon#1708

Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
@vytas7 I've tried to use pep517 to require cython when installing falcon
the setup is not elegant at all, but it seems to do its job

the setup is not elegant at all, but it seems to do its job

it's actually rather ugly, but I'm not sure if there is a better way 😑

Kurt Griffiths
@kgriffs
@vytas7 I started scoping out what a WS implementation would look like. Hoping to take a crack at it once I get the docs sorted
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
kurt, have you tried github actions?
I was experimenting a bit on them and they seem to work quite well. They also seem a lot faster that travis