These are chat archives for highfidelity/hifi

28th
Apr 2015
Seth Alves
@sethalves
Apr 28 2015 01:51
ctrlaltdavid -- it's possible you're now the expert.
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Apr 28 2015 01:58
heh : ) ... Brad and ZappoMan are discussing the issue, I believe
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Apr 28 2015 03:23
There's currently something awry with trying to run Interface under the debugger in Visual Studio: it seems not to be finding interface.ini (is not logging in and is display sort-of-full-screen) and the screen is all grey. It worked fine not long ago.
Howard Stearns
@howard-stearns
Apr 28 2015 16:34
What’s the right way to suggest small improvements to doc? (direct “Edit this Page”, pull request on hifi-docs, etc.?) Note that unlike code, which can simply be tested by the contributor, a contributor/newbie doesn’t always know if the contribution is correct.
Ryan Huffman
@huffman
Apr 28 2015 18:31
@howard-stearns This might help: http://docs.highfidelity.com/v1.0/docs
Andrew Meadows
@AndrewMeadows
Apr 28 2015 19:47
the real question is: who at highfidelity is watching the worklist suggestions?
Ryan Huffman
@huffman
Apr 28 2015 20:12
Probably @cozza13 ? You can also suggest edits directly on that site.
Not sure who checks those though :P
Howard Stearns
@howard-stearns
Apr 28 2015 20:16
Right. There are a couple of different possibilities, and at least two of them are even documented/suggested. :-) Just wondering which is preferred for managing the changes, specifically for light changes that don’t justify a worklist job, and yet which do need a sanity check that the result is correct.