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      • task-git
        *** taskd - commit 56dcb10 in "1.2.0", Paul Beckingham: Copyright: Updated to 2016
      • *** tasksh - commit 70d9870 in "1.1.0", Paul Beckingham: Copyright: Updated to 2016
      • *** vitapi - commit 5cc39d8 in "HEAD", Paul Beckingham: Copyright: Updated to 2016
      • *** Taskwarrior - commit f1951f8 in "2.5.1", Paul Beckingham: Test: Removed incorrect assumption about 'eow' relative to 'eoy'
      • *** Taskwarrior - commit 641d232 in "2.5.1", Paul Beckingham: Copyright: Updated to 2016
      • *** Taskwarrior - commit be35dde in "2.5.1", Misty De Meo: FS: include sys/syslimits.h on OS X
      • *** Taskwarrior - commit ae47fb7 in "2.5.1", Paul Beckingham: TW-1749: PATH_MAX isn't defined in FS.cpp in some versions of OS X
      • *** Taskwarrior - commit 3215e3d in "2.5.1", Misty De Meo: RX: test for presence of REG_ENHANCED
      • *** Taskwarrior - commit f0c8c7d in "2.5.1", Paul Beckingham: TW-1750: REG_ENHANCED, used in RX.cpp, isn't defined in all versions of Darwin
      • *** Taskwarrior - commit 33988c2 in "2.5.1", Misty De Meo: CMakeLists: don't hardcode libc++ on Darwin
      • *** clog - commit 6e7ffc1 in "1.3.0", Paul Beckingham: Copyright: Updated to 2016
      • *** Vramsteg - commit e5c02ae in "1.1.1", Paul Beckingham: Copyright: Updated to 2016
      • *** anomaly - commit a99f843 in "1.1.0", Paul Beckingham: Copyright: Updated to 2016
      • *** flod - commit ad39087 in "HEAD", Paul Beckingham: Copyright: Updated to 2016
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      • norfair
        Is Paul Beckingham here?
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        norfair: 065452 <-- | pbeckingham (~paul@2601:192:4400:232b:3cc5:8a0:eb8a:83b6) has quit (Quit: WeeChat 1.3)
      • norfair
        okido. Thanks
      • kuyatzu
        just wait for him to rejoin
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      • groundnuty
        any ide what does it mean
      • Launching 'vi "task.e8c47d35.task"' now...
      • Editing failed with exit code 256.
      • files task.* are left in ~/.task
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      • pbeckingham
        groundnuty: Have not seen that before.
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      • tbabej
        may you all guys finish as many tasks you wish in 2016
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      • sm
        thanks tbabej, likewise!
      • tbabej task "wish everyone a good year on #taskwarrior" done
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      • welcome to the 2016 Taskwarrior Open! Who will be first to 100 done tasks this year ? tbabej is early out of the gate and seems to be moving fast
      • tbabej starts with the low-hanging fruits
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      • pbeckingham
        tbabej: Do Jira tickets count?
      • tbabej
        pbeckingham: Well, depends. I tried then at a cinema the other day, got thrown out.
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      • antagonismorg
        If I replaced my server cert and key with one generated by let's encrypt, would this effect any of my client certificates?
      • pbeckingham
        antagonismorg: Yes, they would no longer validate.
      • antagonismorg
        Okay, so I would need to regenerate all my client certs using the new server cert
      • makes sense.
      • Thanks pbeckingham
      • pbeckingham
        antagonismorg: Something like that, yes. But we've not tried it, or documented it yet. Clearly using let's encrypt is better, but we haven't got around to testing it yet.
      • antagonismorg: Maybe you're the trailblazer here...
      • antagonismorg
        I am willing to be a trailblazer and document it for you.
      • It is the least I can do for the project
      • pbeckingham
        antagonismorg: That would be really helpful.
      • norfair
        Hi Pbeckingham, I spoke to you about using some sort of html compiler for the taskwarrior.org website
      • is there any progress there?
      • pbeckingham
        norfair: Not really.
      • I was playing with Pelican.
      • norfair
        would you mind if I had a go with hakyll?
      • as in, a proof of concept based on the current site
      • pbeckingham
        norfair: Feel free. But bear in mind the requirements are whether *I* like it, because I am the only contributor, aside from relatively small fixes. From the name, I assume it's haskell, which is a non-starter.
      • norfair
        Haskell is a non-starter. Ok :
      • pbeckingham
        Well, by that I mean if there is haskell code to be written, it won't be me.
      • norfair
        aha.
      • sounds fair
      • pbeckingham
        But I am interested in something that does this: markdown + templates --> html
      • norfair
        yes. Pelican, Hakyll, Jekyll. All basically the same appart from the base language
      • sm
        aww
      • pbeckingham
        norfair: I didn't realize they were all roughly the same. Nice.
      • sm: You a Haskell fan?
      • sm
        oh yes, very much
      • norfair
        Big time haskell fan here as well
      • built my site with Hakyll: cs-syd.eu
      • sm has a generic no-coding-required hakyll script
      • I can take care of all the Haskell, if you want :p
      • I'd love to make a real contribution to an open-source project. This would be my chance :p
      • pbeckingham
        norfair: It's my understanding that you have already contributed greatly.
      • sm
        norfair: hakyll has less features out of the box than the others, right ?
      • norfair
        @sm, Probably. Not sure. Only tried jekyll and I really detest python/ruby
      • I know the Hakyll author personally, too
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      • sm afk o/
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      • gour likes nikola
      • is there any way to define virtual tags myself?
      • as in +INBOX="+in or +rnd'
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      • pbeckingham
        norfair: No. There is a request out there somewhere for user-defined virtual tags, ie some filter that maps to a tag name.
      • norfair
        okido. Workaround for now is defining a report that has what I want.
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