>>12092>and realize that just because you *can* go into the live server and muck around with things
Gee, I can?
I didn't realize that I could.
I suppose all the changes I did were on the live server then.
And not, like
on a dev server.
And then I didn't ask anyone to put them on the live server.
Because I didn't talk with people who wanted the changes in the first place and since I'm capable enough, I was able to create something.
Look, I talked to Zeke, Fen (before ownership change), and Mikie a bit.
Why are you mad about things changing, just not in the exact way you want them?
It's not like someone's going to push the github repo to live servers and re-install ponychan every time there's a change.
Usually changes are made, a file at a time.
Zeke should probably update the repo, and I've mentioned that few times to him, I believe.>>12093>you shit on the idea of having a thread that has a goal of solving exactly the kind of problem you were running into.
I shit on your way of doing it, which is being uncapable of solving any kind of menial problem on your own.
Vagrant doesn't work. Ever. It pulls a box, but doesn't fully start.
SSH session is never working.
Vagrant doesn't like Windows.
VM starts, but unless started with VB it never fetches the right IP address.
Issue reported over and over, turning Intel's VT apparently fixes it, but it was already enabled on my machine, thus, not fixable like that.
Remove Windows / Stop development using Vagrant.>>12094>but how else am I supposed to behave when people are aggressively pushing their bad workflow?
No one's aggressively pushing their bad workflow.
We simply don't follow the rules for modifying a single file at a time.
I don't believe Zeke would've made explosive changes on the live server.>>12095
He has a good point but executes it extremely hostilely.
We're doing things for free, because we like the place.
No need to scream all the time.
No need to make instructions for us, as we're more than capable.>>12096
This thread is pointless.>The scripts crawling the web looking for vulnerabilities don't care if you tried your bes
Oh geez if only we had more than 1 entry point, maybe that'd be an issue.
Solved on my own, in about 1 hour.