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Jim White
24:08
I get a Grafana login at the URL. So I think they might have been bouncing it Trevor.
Trevor Conn
25:18
Interesting. I had to manually specify the https portion of the URL.
Trevor Conn
25:39
So the config on the server probably isn't redirecting requests on port 80 to 443
Jim White
25:59
Yep - just tried. https works but not http
Jim White
26:16
LF login not working however.
Trevor Conn
26:49
Same here w/r/t login
Eric Ball - Linux Foundation
29:16
He's got it setup for Auth0 SSO login.
Vishwas (Intel)
34:28
Will be Will be right back
Jim White
40:32
Tony LOVES Java!
tonyespy
43:14
Yes Jim, my first consumer device project was J2SE on J2ME VM, on top of Fedora: Yes I do… from many moons ago:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pepper_Pad
Jim White
47:49
I know a guy that wrote about J2ME https://www.manning.com/books/java-2-micro-edition.JFWY Bean-town Tony-man. ;)
Trevor Conn
58:03
Using the pre suffix, the versioning in the go.mod will look like this:"vX.Y.Z-pre.0.yyyymmddhhmmss-abcdefabcdef is used when the most recent versioned commit before the target commit is vX.Y.Z-pre."
Trevor Conn
58:14
Maybe that's OK...?
Trevor Conn
59:08
If that's workable then that means the auto version mgmt is only managing the prefix, and maybe we manually bump the major/minor/patch
Trevor Conn
59:37
The original proposal was to manage versioning manually but because of history, folks didn't like that.
Michael Hll (LF)
01:00:45
it sounds like we can auto-increment the -pre. number and not bread go modules, right?
Michael Hll (LF)
01:00:51
*break*
Trevor Conn
01:01:30
It's not that the import breaks, it's that the path is ugly. As I asked above, maybe in master we don't care about that...?
tonyespy
01:01:47
J2ME was painful to program against, which is why we used a hybrid with J2SE packages with a J2ME VM. That said, Sun could never figure out how to license it to us, and then Android came along…
Michael Hll (LF)
01:02:47
@tony: True story, I got in trouble at college for arguing with my J2ME professor about some aspect of Java