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    Peter Demin
    @peterdemin
    Also this ticket is for an extension, so I think you'll probably won't need a new branch in https://github.com/kibitzr/kibitzr/
    But rather a new repo similar to https://github.com/kibitzr/kibitzr_keyring
    You can start with personal repo and when things are settled we'll transfer it to Kibitzr org and add a link to documentation.
    Vimalraj
    @Vimalraj571
    Okey So Did I need to fork this repo https://github.com/kibitzr/kibitzr_keyring
    Peter Demin
    @peterdemin
    That's one option. Or you can do git checkout, than delete .git directory and create a new repo on top with git init
    mkdir kibitzr-env
    cd kibitzr-env
    git checkout git@github.com:kibitzr/kibitzr_keyring.git .
    rm -rf .git
    git init
    git add .
    git commit -am "copy-pasted boilerplate from kibitzr_keyring"
    git remote add origin git@github.com:Vimalraj578/kibitzr-env.git
    Vimalraj
    @Vimalraj571
    Okey , Wait I will do that and let you know !!
    If I do this command : git checkout git@github.com:kibitzr/kibitzr_keyring.git . It shows the following error
    error: pathspec 'git@github.com:kibitzr/kibitzr_keyring.git' did not match any file(s) known to git.
    error: pathspec '.' did not match any file(s) known to git.
    Peter Demin
    @peterdemin
    Sorry, it's git clone git@github.com:kibitzr/kibitzr_keyring.git .
    Vimalraj
    @Vimalraj571
    Okey !!
    home/name/Desktop/kibitzr/kibitzr-env (This is my folder hierarchy Am i doing correct )
    Or I have to create the new folder in desktop as kibitzr-env ( with entirely new dir and clone this repo on there ??)
    Peter Demin
    @peterdemin
    Well, either way works. You can move kibitzr-env dir wherever and whenever you want.
    Vimalraj
    @Vimalraj571
    Okey I will follow this Steps on - home/name/Desktop/kibitzr/( master )
    I have done those steps !
    @peterdemin Done
    Peter Demin
    @peterdemin
    Great, so now you can run pip install -e . in kibitzr-env and it will be integrated with your kibitzr installation.
    Vimalraj
    @Vimalraj571
    Done @peterdemin it's installed
    Peter Demin
    @peterdemin
    Now you can code :-)
    Check how entry_points from setup.py points to a module:function, look how is it invoked from kibitzr/conf.py
    Vimalraj
    @Vimalraj571
    Okey !
    Vimalraj
    @Vimalraj571
    If I need anything any doubt I will let you know !
    @peterdemin
    Peter Demin
    @peterdemin
    Sure, I hope you'll have fun and learn new stuff
    Vimalraj
    @Vimalraj571
    :)
    Daniel-at-github
    @Daniel-at-github
    How much work could be a rss transform? and a ical transform?
    Peter Demin
    @peterdemin
    Hi, depends on what do you want from that transform
    And I have no idea how to use ical
    ColdIce
    @ColdIce1
    Hello Peter, still see build is failing in Travis
    I see requirements.txt , Selenium == 3.14, that is supported with geckodriver v0.23.0 and I had no issues in my Docker build, according to the docs: https://firefox-source-docs.mozilla.org/testing/geckodriver/geckodriver/Support.html - it's supported
    ColdIce
    @ColdIce1
    Tho, forgot to update travis!
    hillerliao
    @hillerliao
    xpath cannot get the cdata content
    Peter Demin
    @peterdemin
    hi
    @hillerliao could you please provide more details? This SO answer suggest, that lxml supports CDATA access through XPATH: https://stackoverflow.com/a/14432066/135079
    James Nobles
    @VacantFuture
    Trying to run the docker version with the command from the documentation and getting this error '''
    2020-04-01 22:52:25,130 [INFO] kibitzr.conf: No credentials file found at /root/.config/kibitzr/kibitzr-creds.yml"
    Peter Demin
    @peterdemin
    Strange. I am out of keyboard right now. Try running kibitzr init
    Please open an issue on Github if the problem persists
    James Nobles
    @VacantFuture
    This is what I got replacing run with init
    2020-04-01 23:22:36,135 [INFO] kibitzr.bootstrap: Saving sample check in kibitzr.yml
    2020-04-01 23:22:36,136 [INFO] kibitzr.bootstrap: Creating kibitzr-creds.yml
    But when i run the docker command with run, I get the same error.
    I will open an issue on github
    it is looking for the cred file inside the docker or in the $PWD that is is using with -v?
    Peter Demin
    @peterdemin
    It’s meant to use mounted dir
    Because both checks and creds belong out of container
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    @ptman:kapsi.fi kibitzr was called an alternative to IFTTT
    @ptman:kapsi.fi any good examples?
    @ptman:kapsi.fi and also, notification support for matrix could be nice, and quite easy, a single HTTP(S) call
    @ptman:kapsi.fi (with JSON)
    Peter Demin
    @peterdemin
    Hi @ptman would you consider these as examples? https://kibitzr.readthedocs.io/en/latest/recipes.html It's not really comparing to IFTT, but gives an idea of what's possible.