Hi folks !
I just had a chat with people working on a project called LibreSelery that intends to distribute money to open source contributors to keep open source projects sustainable and solid. They showed me how the tool works and triggered it on scaphandre dependencies and contributors list with some money. So some of you might have received an email with a coinbase link to access a small amount of bitcoins (not very power savy as a cryptocurrency based on proof-of-work though ^^). Don't worry, it's not a hack, just an experiment ! :D
great feedback and ideas @PierreRust : hubblo-org/scaphandre#75
Thanks ! I'll have a closer look in the following days and add to the discussion.
This week I'll work on those topics, by order of priority:
In addition to those topics I'd like to know your opinion on some things:
Would you be interested in interactive weekly meetings ? I'd share some metrics, previous week snippets, current week topics and of course discuss about what you want in a defined timing.
Would you be interested in interactive coding sessions, on a given feature or bug ?
What do you think about moving this chat on a discord server ? This would make peer -programming/screen sharing/interactive sessions easier as there is all the features needed.
Those are just thoughts right now but I'd like to know what you think about it. I'm interested in making first contributions and bug solving easier (in terms of access to the information like "where should I look if I want to fix this or enhance that ?")
Hello, I'm considering using Scaphandre on a personal project, do you plan adding a way to return more than the first five processes ?
In fact I was able to get more processes by editing the "Topology" structure and the stdout exporter, but the best would be to add this option to the stdout script (not sure if possible regarding the architecture).