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Re: "Why Etalab's Free Software pole uses SourceHut" 13 days ago

From Bastien to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

"Geoff Beier" <geoff@tuxpup.com> writes:

> "unit" is much clearer than "pole" to me.

Fixed, thanks.

> Hearing that it is a handful
> of civil servants, I might also consider "free software contributors" as
> in "Why free software contributors at Etalab use SourceHut."

Writing and publishing code is only a small part of our job: we also
maintain a list of free software other agencies should use, writing
guides on how to publish source code, etc.  So "contributors" does
not really reflect what we are/do exactly.

Re: "Why Etalab's Free Software pole uses SourceHut" 13 days ago

From Bastien to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

Hi Geoff,

"Geoff Beier" <geoff@tuxpup.com> writes:

> I love your post and your organization's reasons for choosing
> SourceHut!

Thanks!

> I know I should go find a way to contribute to the wiki, but I only have
> a minute to spare. At least in US English, "Free Software pole" is a
> very funny translation of "le pôle logiciels libres." "Free Software
> Center" would be a much clearer choice and would, in my opinion, almost
> certainly better reflect the intent of the original version.

"Why Etalab's Free Software pole uses SourceHut" 13 days ago

From Bastien to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

Hi all,

as kindly mentioned by Drew on his blog post, Etalab's Free
Software pole uses SourceHut for its repositories, e.g. for
the code behind https://code.gouv.fr.

We wrote some explanations of this choice here:

https://man.sr.ht/~etalab/logiciels-libres/why-sourcehut.md

I posted this page on HN for further discussion:

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=29342920

Re: Can anyone help with https://git.sr.ht/~etalab/codegouvfr-fetch-data ? 21 days ago

From Bastien to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

Thank you very much for the directions!  Really appreciated.

I will see how I can move forward on this.

-- 
 Bastien

Re: Can anyone help with https://git.sr.ht/~etalab/codegouvfr-fetch-data ? 22 days ago

From Bastien to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

"Drew DeVault" <sir@cmpwn.com> writes:

> Can you enumerate exactly what data you hope to collect, so that we
> needn't find out by reverse engineering the GitHub integration?

Yes, here it is:

For accounts (aka "organizations"):

  - URL (as primary key)
  - avatar_url (no-op?)
  - creation_date
  - description (srht "bio"?)
  - email

Can anyone help with https://git.sr.ht/~etalab/codegouvfr-fetch-data ? 22 days ago

From Bastien to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

Hi all,

as you've read in Drew's anniversary blog, one of the service of the
French administration (Etalab/DINUM) is hosting some of its projects
on SourceHut: https://sr.ht/~etalab/

Our main project is the one related to https://code.gouv.fr where we
expose published repositories from the French public sector.

The very first step when building this website is to collect data from
several forges: github.com, gitlab.com and GitLab instances.

See this file for the list of forges we collect data from:
https://git.sr.ht/~etalab/codegouvfr-fetch-data/blob/master/platforms.csv

Re: org-contrib is marked as incompatible a month ago

From Bastien to ~bzg/public-inbox

Philip Kaludercic <philipk@posteo.net> writes:

> What I can add is that this doesn't seem to be an issue on Emacs 27,
> just on Emacs 28. I just pulled and rebuilt the emacs-28 branch, and the
> issue persists. On my system I apparently can replicate the issue
> reliably using emacs -Q. Deleting
> .config/emacs/elpa/archives/gnu/archive-contents doesn't seem to change
> anything.

Right, thanks for the additional info.  Can you report this to the
Emacs developers?  M-x report-emacs-bug RET

Thanks!

Re: org-contrib is marked as incompatible a month ago

From Bastien to ~bzg/public-inbox

Hi Philip,

I've checked with the GNU ELPA maintainers and things look fine on
their end, I don't know what goes wrong on yours.

I hope this will somehow resolve.

Thanks,

-- 
 Bastien

Re: org-contrib is marked as incompatible a month ago

From Bastien to ~bzg/public-inbox

Philip Kaludercic <philipk@posteo.net> writes:

> Sorry for the last response (I was waiting for NonGNU to rebuild), but
> no org-contrib is still marked as incompatible, for the same reason.

That's weird, especially because the org dependency was updated in the
latest org-contrib version, that is 0.3.

Can you report again what error message you get this time?

Thanks for this,

-- 
 Bastien

Re: org-contrib is marked as incompatible a month ago

From Bastien Guerry to ~bzg/public-inbox

Bastien <bzg@gnu.org> writes:

> I'd rather not update the dependency to 9.5 right now, it would force
> org-contrib users to migrate while they might not be ready for that.

Actually I just released org-contrib 0.3 and updated org dependency to
the latest bugfix release there (9.4.6).

Let me know if this fixes the problem you reported.

-- 
 Bastien Guerry