Fork me on GitHub
#off-topic
<
2019-08-19
>
dominicm08:08:16

curious to know what goes in people's internal company documentation, things like project management software workflow explanations, running the project, etc. Bonus points for any known examples of this.

dominicm09:08:19

Apparently "onboarding guide" is the name for this, although I haven't found good examples from real companies. That would be cool if anyone knows of one.

borkdude09:08:30

we call it "Quickstart", it's the document to get going from scratch

borkdude09:08:52

onboarding might be a better name for it

dominicm09:08:55

the gitlab handbook is exactly the kind of thing I was looking for. I knew one of these trendy open companies would be on it πŸ™‚

dominicm10:08:34

As with all good developer documentation https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/engineering/development/ci-cd/ it's only partially complete... πŸ˜„

scriptor13:08:10

I really wish github had some sort of sexpr-friendly diff view

vemv00:08:32

Its Hide whitespace changes checkbox tends to help a lot. You can enable it even when the checkbox is not offered by appending ?w=1 to the url

scriptor13:08:44

or at least a way to easily see when a change is just an existing form being embedded in another

borkdude14:08:37

there was this thing for clojure diffing, I think @rahul080327 mentioned it to me

borkdude14:08:13

no it was something else

borkdude14:08:20

visually diffing

Stefan06:08:58

That looks very nice; it would be spectacular if the built-in differ of my git client would understand this too πŸ™‚

borkdude14:08:29

not sure if it still works, never tried it

eccentric J20:08:03

Trying to find some playlists\bands\albums etc... that combine classical\atmospheric sounds with a bit of drum'n'bass. Everything I'm finding is a bit too d'n'b. Any suggestions?

bfay21:08:47

The Flashbulb comes to mind - the one track I'm remembering offhand is Passage D https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pioCDAQ1Kuc

eccentric J21:08:23

Hah thanks! I love the Flashbulb, I really like their albums "Nothing is Real" and "Opus At The End Of Everything".

eccentric J21:08:44

This is pretty in the ballpark of what I'm after https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1niDvTDL6uY

eccentric J21:08:02

Thanks! It was discovering Venetian Snares about a week ago that piqued my interests in the mix between the two genres πŸ™‚

bfay01:08:01

Oh, thought of another one you might like @U8WFYMFRU That symphony DnB video is awesome, thanks for sharing https://youtu.be/ypNERF2UMlY

eccentric J07:08:04

Thanks! I’m familiar with that one from https://youtu.be/Vb-jZDiGrDo but it’s still a good one.