The beginning of a new series of posts! East Hill Creamery Underpass Reserve. It’s delicious! Sharp, but not overwhelmingly so, crumbly. Edible rind, although I prefer the paste. By the way, the non-reserve is also good, especially melted. Much milder.
This is not a paid review — I am pretty sure East Hill Creamery doesn’t even know I exist 🙂 .
“eScapism” by Fortadelis (Tumblr; album at Bandcamp, CYAN Music). Very pleasant electronic, and holds up well to repeat listening. My favorite track is Aetheral Song.
“Chris Squire’s Swiss Choir”, Chris Squire’s second solo album. I’m not sure how I missed this, but better late than never!
A belated Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!
(By the way, the choir is English 😉 )
Bitjam Podcast #200 – a four-part odyssey of song! Lie down on the floor and relax, as they say, and enjoy!
Two singles today. Rock on!
My new Samsung SSD was causing strange lockups. Everything worked fine during the lockups except for disk activity. I found https://odd.blog/2013/11/26/yes-finally-fixed-ssd-freezing-computer/, which gave me a fix: make sure the IDE drivers are enabled, then change the drive mode from AHCI to IDE. It’s been a week or two problem-free!
Samsung 860 EVO
Biostar A960D+ mobo (AMD chipset, which is apparently the issue.)
I just tested it, because I wasn’t sure. As of 2018-12-09:
- If you use
git merge to merge a pull request (PR) from the command line, GitHub will detect that the PR’s commit(s) have been added to
master, and will automatically mark the PR as “merged”.
- If you instead use
git rebase to move the PR branch onto master, GitHub will not automatically mark the PR as merged.
This makes sense, because
rebase doesn’t actually modify the existing commit(s) in the PR. Instead, it creates new commit(s) that make the same changes the PR’s commits would have made if merged. So if you want to rebase or squash, do so from the Web interface. (Or, alternatively, this tool and its corresponding blog post — although please note that I haven’t tried it myself. Let me know if you do!)
I tried these with PRs in a single repo. Please chime in if you have any experience with merging PRs from a fork into a parent.
(And one final note: I discovered the hard way that
git rebase won’t preserve empty commits. That is because it cares about the changes, so a commit that makes no changes isn’t of interest to