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- sadsfae pushed to development in sadsfae/badfishsadsfae pushed to development in sadsfae/badfish Jul 19, 2019 2 commits to development fb9f652 WIP - definately missing some stuff. 64a168e monkey with a hammer. 35 more commits » […]
- sadsfae pushed to master in sadsfae/badfishsadsfae pushed to master in sadsfae/badfish Jul 19, 2019 2 commits to master a894c51 Merge pull request redhat-performance#42 from redhat-performance/deve… 43637ae splash around in the bathtub, make a mess. 11 more commits » […]
- sadsfae opened an issue in redhat-performance/quadssadsfae opened an issue in redhat-performance/quads Jul 19, 2019 Provide granular checkpoints for move_and_rebuild_hosts.py #277 This issue covers providing transparent look into the percentage of an environment's buildout/validation as well as to accomodate provisioning chec… […]
- sadsfae closed an issue in redhat-performance/quadssadsfae closed an issue in redhat-performance/quads Jul 18, 2019 quads-cli incorrectly showing default-cloud for hosts in assignment #249 Somewhat related to #247 this is a minor bug in quads-cli that displays the incorrect output in quads cli. 2 comments […]
- sadsfae commented on issue redhat-performance/quads#249sadsfae commented on issue redhat-performance/quads#249 Jul 18, 2019 sadsfae commented Jul 18, 2019 Closing, addressed in 54d7882
- sadsfae pushed to development in sadsfae/badfish
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The Workflow Optimizer is part of a new sketch series about people who work as “professional workflow optimizers.” Today the workflow optimizer visits the Engineering office to help a colleague out with his workflow.
Watch closely as “Knapsack” Willy Jenkins defends a hobohouse against an intruder.
Part of the greater “Awkward but Ineffective Attacks” theme, Human Battering ram proves not to be effective to strangers in Boston, MA.
Hanging with the locals.
Some improvised fun at a colleagues expense who was chatting on a webcam a few years ago while working late in a datacenter.