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Neels Hofmeyr, 11/17/2013 04:46 am


HowTo

Setup gitolite

  • Send your SSH public key to one of the gitolite admins.
  • Setup your SSH config. Example:
    • Leave 'stsp_gitolite' as-is (we're using stsp's IN-Berlin account)
    • Change '/home/alice' to your home directory path
host oophone-gitolite
        user stsp_gitolite
        hostname git.user.in-berlin.de
        port 22
        identityfile /home/alice/.ssh/oophone
  • Test it:
$ ssh oophone-gitolite
PTY allocation request failed on channel 0
hello alice, the gitolite version here is 1.5.4-2+squeeze1 (Debian)
the gitolite config gives you the following access:
    @R @W    testing
    ...
    ...
Connection to git.user.in-berlin.de closed.
  • Clone repos:
$ git clone oophone-gitolite:<repo>

Edit Issue Description

  1. open issue
  2. click on "Update"
  3. search for "Change properties (More):", click on "More"
  4. coolness, you may now edit the description

Cope with Issue Quirks

If I remember this right, some of the https://redmine.user.in-berlin.de/projects/oophone/issues attributes can only be accessed by right-clicking the issue (not the link, but the remainder of the row) in the issue list.
In any case this is a faster way to change most issue attributes.

powers of 10 cheat

notation value symbol word(s) examples
1e0 1 * 10 ^ (0) = 1 C/Python "e" notation, not to be confused with the base of the natural logarithm e used in RCL (resistor/capacitor/inductor) electronics calculations.
1e-12 0.000 000 000 001 p pico pF = picoFarad (capacitance)
1e-9 0.000 000 001 n nano nF
1e-6 0.000 001 µ micro µA or uA = microAmpere (current)
1e-3 0.001 m milli mA (current), mV = milliVolt (voltage)
...
1k2 1200 Ohm k = 1000 frequently used resistor value notation
64k * 8 64 * 1024 * 8 bit = 64 kilobytes k = 1024 frequently used EEPROM memory size notation "512k = 64k * 8" actually means 64kb