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@Magisch Lambda isn't even playing the same game wrt reliability concerns. Going to pull cost numbers, but reliance on me isn't always a bad thing. Only when my incompetence can get in the way, which it probably can't with Serverless stuff.
 
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Strawpoll: opinions on gamification in metasmoke?
 
for now, sure. But I'd like to have a way to prep for when token access needs to be expanded
so we don't have to go "we'd need to re-auth all tokens"
@ArtOfCode already sort of exists?
 
prolly takes the form of badges for reviews, feedbacks etc
@Magisch I mean kinda like SE-style gamification
 
2:48 PM
@ArtOfCode As in "add more" or "we have too much"?
 
we don't have rep, but badges could be done
wonder if it would help getting people to do Stuff (tm)
 
Oh, you're looking at the massive review stack
 
have been for the past two weeks:P
 
What would help me knock of a couple hundred a week is my FR
 
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2:48 PM
I keep on top of the admin flags and untagged domains, but I can't do posts as well
 
Metasmoke doesn't load quickly, so having to open another tab everytime I comment really puts a damper in my review enjoyment
 
Why couldn't we drop a few posts from review as Smokey messages in chat during the off hours?
Give us US folks something to do
 
@SmokeDetector f
 
And I comment a lot to explain context
 
That could work. Would you make 'em look like standard Smokey reports or distinguish em?
 
2:50 PM
@ArtOfCode shrug Either way. We have capacity, that capacity just doesn't get to review often. So... Bring review to them?
400 items isn't that much at 10-20/day over a month or so
 
aye
@Undo this is the idea behind the review poke thing
 
One or two an hour in the low times
 
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I've done like 40 today
 
Posting them as chat messages could make userscripts work too, fixing @Magisch's point about stuff being slow.
 
2:52 PM
@ArtOfCode Here's a deal: You buy me a working laptop, I clear out review. :P
 
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my point isn't stuff is slow
my point is I can't comment from the review page
 
@Mithrandir hmmmm
 
the review page isn't slow really, opening the posts page every time is
 
You can comment from chat
 
2:53 PM
reads terms and conditions
 
yes but if I review 25 day old posts
as I've been doing recently
 
buys $20 laptop, is technically working
 
just having the "add comment" box right there in review would make things a lot better imo
 
aye, I can see that
 
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3:06 PM
@Undo more generally, though, what think you of gamification?
 
mildly against
Somewhat doubt it'd be effective, but could be wrong
I tend to think that if there's a way to better harness the engagement we already have, it'd be best to put effort toward that rather than balancing a gamification thing.
 
@ArtOfCode Thoughts on caching the first page of /posts?
 
how'd you improve harnessing engagement we currently have?
 
@Magisch Watch this:
What do ya'll think of this one? metasmoke.erwaysoftware.com/post/145027
 
3:14 PM
I saw that today
It layered over the "review posts" enough that I had to forge the URI manually to access it^^
 
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@Magisch mouse over the count badge, it'll go away
@thesecretmaster on a random request, 384.4 ms. Not terrible, but could be better. What would you cache, and when would you break it?
@Undo I'd call NAA
 
3:29 PM
@ArtOfCode Redis list
 
of post IDs?
 
No, of posts. The titles, username, and site stuff doesn't change. We push to the list when a new post comes in.
 
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@thesecretmaster how are you planning to make that work with the post partial?
 
Post.new(stuff)
 
3:34 PM
O.o
 
trying to figure if that'll work
yeah, not gonna work
 
Why not?
 
when you expand a post on /posts, it does an AJAX request to get the body, which requires a post ID
 
And redis can't have that because...?
 
3:36 PM
Post.new won't give you one
 
Pretty sure you can set a pseudo id
Yep
 
ah, okay
that... should work, then? I think
 
I was more asking if you think it'd be worthwhile
 
just bear in mind you need to populate some associations as well
@Undo what's QueryAverage.where(path: '/posts').first.created_at?
@thesecretmaster prolly depends how much traffic that gets
it's not a huge time sink generally, but if it's high traffic or just low hanging fruit it'll be worth it
 
Also, so many things could be improved by this sort of rolling cacheing. For example, /reasons
 
3:41 PM
aye, reasons is fairly terrible
 
Why not stick a rolling cache on it, and then never have long loads, even when the cache needs to be populated?
 
oooh - bonus points if you can make this post caching work for /search with no query - that shows last 100 too
 
I've got an hour
 
and is one of our longest load times
 
Where do posts get created? SDcontroller?
 
3:43 PM
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Does SD use POST /post?
 
@thesecretmaster POST /posts.json
probably in posts controller ;)
 
Hrm, trying to figure out how to get direct access to redis through rails...
 
@thesecretmaster pretty sure we do that somewhere
 
3:48 PM
application_controller.rb
Pretty sure reusing the Redis instance would be a Good Idea.
 
mebbe, but I don't think it's that expensive
 
Objections to setting an "R" constant to a redis instance?
 
@thesecretmaster call it redis not R, but yeah go for it
 
Hrm... will that work?
Because scoping?
 
or Redis, if you need a constant name
 
3:50 PM
Redis is taken
 
depends where you put it
 
? The gem sets it everywhere.
 
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put it in application_record as a module, and you can have ::Redis vs ApplicationRecord::Redis
 
Not sure I follow?
Also, prolly better to put it in applicationcontroller?
 
But I'd really prefer to stick it in an initializer.
Problem solved
 
do what works, just call it something descriptive :P
 
4:06 PM
@ArtOfCode Will the flagged? method work before autoflagging starts? Or does autoflagging set that?
 
standby
 
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@thesecretmaster it'll work, aye, but it'll return whatever the current state is - if no flags have yet been cast, it'll return false
 
Ok, so I'll need to do my redis stuff in the autoflagging thread.
Cuz the partial has that little flag thing
 
little flag thing?
 
4:09 PM
The red flag if it's been autoflagged
 
The full show view has that, but the partial used on /posts and /search doesn't
 
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@ArtOfCodDo I need the preload_post_body stuff?
 
@thesecretmaster Mmmm, cod. Not a clue :P
 
4:17 PM
Cuz that stuff needs autoflagger names
 
nah, false
 
Where do we track deletion?
 
take a look at the partials on /posts
half the options in that partial aren't used there
a bunch of them are just for /sites/dash
 
looks angrily at myself
 
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4:21 PM
@Undo If you post them as additional chat messages, please use URLs containing the MS post ID, not the site/SE post ID. For SE posts with multiple MS posts, the only way for the userscripts to guess at what MS post is actually intended is to match up the date/time of the chat message to when the MS post was created. If you're posting additional messages that don't correspond to the MS creation date, there's no way for the userscripts to accurately determine the MS post w/o the MS post ID.
 
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found a mouse?
 
Well...
It's gonna make testing /posts and /search in dev a pain in the neck
But I might find a way around that.
Gonna toss a populate_redis method in Post
 
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@thesecretmaster oh?
 
Because when you import the DB, it won't autopopulate redis
 
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So you'll get an empty page
 
@thesecretmaster that's... not good
 
4:42 PM
But only in dev
 
that means prod will have a blank page after restarts
 
No?
Why would prod erase all of redis after restarting?
 
we need to fall back to querying and populating on page load if the cache isn't available
@thesecretmaster does redis not do that?
 
Redis is pretty permanent.
You can set a ttl on stuff, but it's designed so that you could basically use it as a nosql db.
 
huh, okay
still, we should have the fallback there
if you have a populate_redis method, you can just call that and use the result if the cache isn't available in the controller action
 
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I got a good start, but I gotta run. If y'all have time and want to poke, I'm leaving my stuff in a posts_redis branch. It needs some redis debugging, then the actually view-side stuff. cc @ArtOfCode @Undo
 
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@SmokeDetector I wouldn't say spam... but WTF
 
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@thesecretmaster probably best to defer to the mods on that site for final judg-- oh wait
 
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@SmokeDetector k
 
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@SmokeDetector Effectively link-only and the links are dead.
 
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@ArtOfCode As to comments, is there a reason the /api/v2.0/comments/post/:id write route is Smokey-only? I haven't actually tried it (and actually implementing anything is a ways away), but I've wondered why that's restricted to SD. Currently, comments are only by replying to an SD post or entering it on MS. Neither are very convenient from a programmatic standpoint. Even a !!/comment msPostID comment command would help.
 
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!!/watch-force edusum\.com
 
@Makyen That pattern looks like it's already caught by Potentially problematic ns configuration in answer and Potentially problematic ns configuration in body; append -force if you really want to do that.
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6:46 PM
!!/watch- growlightpark\.com
 
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!!/watch- organicsca\.com
 
6:57 PM
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@Jenayah Yeah, Troll. I mean his username even says it all DickMGee
 
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And unregistered user
 
7:01 PM
@K.Dᴀᴠɪs hadn't noticed the username
 
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On that note, off to lunch. Makyen's hard at work doing those reviews :0
 
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@K.Dᴀᴠɪs So far (at least in this session), I've only gone through the last few hours worth of reports that haven't gotten enough response when they showed up in the room. There were about 40–50 more reviews in the queue than when I'd last looked several hours ago.
 
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7:24 PM
@Makyen Smokey-only because it lets you create comments as any user just by specifying their ID. I'd need to create another route that lets you use an access token.
 
@SmokeDetector f
 
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@ArtOfCode Ahhh... That's understandable. I missed that the userID was something that was arbitrary. A faulty assumption on my part.
 
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8:05 PM
@ArtOfCode Doesn't have created_at
 
!!/blame᠎ ​‌⁠⁣⁠‌‍
 
@ArtOfCode It's thesecretmaster's fault.
 
correct
 
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8:29 PM
@Undo Thoughts on doing traffic logging for MS? Thinking something like this, logging full details for 4xx and 5xx codes and just basic "this request happened" for everything else
 
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@ArtOfCode could that cause problems with GDPR?
 
8:44 PM
no, everything that we might capture in them is already disclosed in the privacy thing
 
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shush
 
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@Mithrandir oh darn, that bad?
 
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9:00 PM
@WELZ This one has been dying for the past ten years.
 
@Mithrandir oy vey, make a gofundme :D
 
heh
 
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9:18 PM
This isn't red-flaggable, just thought it would have been caught by "Luncheon Meat".
 
> Url in title
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Title - Position 0-25: https://stackoverflow.com
 
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@K.Dᴀᴠɪs I think you might have wanted !!/scan.
 
@Makyen Ah yeah I just didn't want it to report if it did get caught
 
9:56 PM
@ArtOfCode Should be pretty safe now that we don't handle tokens.
I use StackExchange.Exceptional on some ASP.NET projects at work. Super helpful to have something like that
 
Aye, looked for inspiration from Nick's monitoring post but there's not much detail on traffic logging... and it's .NET focused not rails
 

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