These are chat archives for whereat/contrib

5th
Apr 2016
Kamal Marhubi
@kamalmarhubi
Apr 05 2016 00:01
are you working on that as we speak?
aguestuser
@aguestuser
Apr 05 2016 00:02
nope. i'm just writing up issues on github to capture the user-story drafting we did today
Kamal Marhubi
@kamalmarhubi
Apr 05 2016 00:02
ok
there's a fine point about the homu bot I mentioned that you may or may not want to incorporate
which is when you indicate that something passed code review, it tests the merge against the master at that point, rather than the PR in isolation
the bot automerges on success in that case
this keeps the head branch green at every point, as there's no way that PR1 and PR2 could be ok in isolation but fail when both merged
Alexander Martin
@alxmrtn
Apr 05 2016 00:32
hey @kamalmarhubi! for pull requests, we were considering this resource for concourse: https://github.com/jtarchie/pullrequest-resource
what do you think?
Meitar M.
@meitar
Apr 05 2016 00:56
Jumping back for a minute, @aguestuser, do you know if there is an "official" JavaScript Axolotl/Signal Protocol library? You linked to their Readme.io page but there is no mention of JavaScript there, which contradicts the recent blog post their posted about renaming Axolotl to Signal Protocol: https://whispersystems.org/blog/signal-inside-and-out/ (Which, personally, I think is a terrible name because it totally conflicts with "signaling protocol," and Axolotl is a good name but that's neither here nor there.)
aguestuser
@aguestuser
Apr 05 2016 00:59
@meitar : i'm not aware of a published implementation in JS, but that's GREAT news that they plan on having one!!!
(just read that blog post for the first time)
Meitar M.
@meitar
Apr 05 2016 01:01
Okay, cool, then I'm not imagining things! Read it three times and looked over their GitHub repo twice to see if I was missing something. There's a TextSecure library and an Axolotl Library in JS embedded as part of the Signal Desktop repo but it's not extracted as a stand-alone library AFAICT, so I was confused. But YES, I am super excited about a JS implementation.
Anyway, good luck with Concourse, I use Travis and have never heard of Concourse so am curious to see how it compares.