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Re: Question about using Podman on builds.sr.ht 9 days ago

From Marius Orcsik to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

On 23-01-24 17:19:15, Stephen Castro-Starkey wrote:
> Greetings,
> I’ve been trying to use podman to build images on builds.sr.ht but not having a lot of luck. It appears the file used to configure registries (/etc/containers/registries.conf) doesn’t contain any registries. Is there a way to change this?

I think that's a problem with the distribution not with sourcehut. (It
would be probably helpful to tell us which one you are using, to
determine if it's an actual bug with the image.)

For my pipelines I added a setup task that creates the pre-requisits[1],
but that's for Archlinux, which as far as I can see has a
registries.conf file, even though it's empty.

I would suggest you do something similar.

Re: Specifying a custom NotEmpty function and exporting JSON write functions 18 days ago

From Marius Orcsik to ~mariusor/activitypub-go

On 23-01-15 13:35:07, Anthony Wang wrote:
> On 11/27/22 22:04, Marius Orcsik wrote:
> Hi Marius,
> Do you have time now to review the patch?

Hi Anthony, apologies, I must delay again. I am cought up in some
stressful activities until the end of the month.

Are you OK with waiting until then?


Re: Is Sourcehut carbon-neutral? 23 days ago

From Marius Orcsik to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

On 23-01-09 16:41:46, Lionel Dricot - Ploum wrote:
> It should be highlighted that "carbon-neutral" is often used as a pure
> marketing greenwashing gimmick.

At least Hetzner has a page where they detail the electricity provenance
for some of their co-locations[1]. I am not sure how much of this is
just for marketing purposes, but I assume that it's somewhat valid.


[1] https://www.hetzner.com/unternehmen/umweltschutz/

Re: [PATCH] Clarify that `processing` is the name of a package 30 days ago

From Marius Orcsik to ~mariusor/activitypub-go

Hey Daniel, thank you, I applied the patch.


Re: Removing a git commit a month ago

From Marius Orcsik to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

On 22-12-12 16:23:49, Enan Ajmain wrote:
> My knowledge says it should be C4 and C5, but the word you chose,
>                                ^^^^^^^^^
> "past", makes it seem like C1 and C2.
>                            ^^^^^^^^^

You're right, I misspoke, apologies.

It's as you said, the commits that are affected are all the commits that
have the deleted commit as an ancestor. Removing it affects the hashes
of it's first order children commits, and that in turn has a cascading
effect to the tip of all the branches that used to contain it.

This makes it that all other clones of the repository past the deleted

Re: Removing a git commit a month ago

From Marius Orcsik to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

On 22-12-12 14:03:10, Enan Ajmain wrote:
> Sometimes I need to delete a commit from a git repo.
> What's the procedure in such cases?

The high level operation that you need to do is basically rewrite the
history for the repository for all the commits past the one you want

There are tools to do this[1], but it breaks the history for everyone else
that had a copy of the repository, so you shouldn't really do it. (The
same warnings should be in place as for rebasing public trees, only
times ten).

Re: [PATCH] Clarify that `processing` is the name of a package 2 months ago

From Marius Orcsik to ~mariusor/activitypub-go

On 22-11-30 13:59:49, Daniel Krol wrote:
> I think this is how I'm supposed to edit the wiki? Hopefully this works,
> I'll probably make more changes if so. (I also made an account on sourcehut.
> If there's a big EDIT button I somehow missed lmk, I'd prefer that!)
> BTW I'm orblivion from hacker news.

Hi Daniel, thank you.

Thank you for the patch, I'm on a holiday of sorts until next year, so
it'll probably be a while until I merge it.


Re: Specifying a custom NotEmpty function and exporting JSON write functions 2 months ago

From Marius Orcsik to ~mariusor/activitypub-go

On 22-11-26 11:23:40, Anthony Wang wrote:
> Hi Marius,
> The default go-ap NotEmpty function seems to fail on ForgeFed types, so I
> created this patch so that I can specify a custom NotEmpty function that
> handles ForgeFed types:

Hey Anthony, thank you for the patch. It will have to wait until the end
of the year, as I'm on holiday and focusing on other parts of the library
at the moment.

Will ping you when I get back and have the time to review it.


Re: rel="me" in username's page 2 months ago

From Marius Orcsik to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

On 22-11-19 09:18:27, Xavier B. wrote:
> Can you please allow "rel="me"" in personal pages?

If you search through the mailing list archives. I answered this exact
question a couple of weeks ago[1].

Basically if you add this URL to the URL field of your profile it will show
up properly.

[1] https://lists.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss/%3Cffacba82-5a5b-6bdc-c80c-d387ea9b75a3%40cepl.eu%3E#%3C20221110054138.5uflb2xu7nniykll@tp%3E


Re: relme on sourcehut 2 months ago

From Marius Orcsik to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

On 22-11-09 14:30:25, Matěj Cepl wrote:
> I would like to have this relme link on my profile page:
> 	<a rel="me" href="https://floss.social/@mcepl">Proudly using Mastodon!</a>
> Unfortunately, when I enter this code to the description, Sourcehut
> destroys rel attribute and replaces it with some "nofollow" stuff.
> It would be a nice advertisement for Sourcehut if it was possible to
> self-authorize its users on Mastodon.
> Is there some way?

Hi Matej,