Hello, welcome to a daily log!
Back after a brief hiatus, I will leave you with a few quick links before leaving for another hiatus.
In the last few weeks, I have been writing a yearly log, which @david-christiansen will soon publish on the Haskell Foundation website. It’s been a good year for me, and I hope you enjoy reading about what I’ve done as much as I enjoyed doing it (and writing about it).
While writing the yearly log, I came up with some new ways of observing CI health, which are summarized on this dashboard. The dashboard looks like this:
There are links to more details on the top left corner of each panel.
Read the upcoming report to understand it better, if you’re so inclined.
Otherwise, I noticed and/or fixed some broken CI jobs, and dealt with another rash of spam attacks on GitLab. Thanks also to Jade on IRC for identifying a CI issue before it even caused any trouble.
- #23367: ghcup-metadata-nightly-push runs when it shouldn't · Issues · Glasgow Haskell Compiler / GHC · GitLab
- #23357: Some tests will start failing with grep 3.8 · Issues · Glasgow Haskell Compiler / GHC · GitLab (Jade’s issue)
- #23294: Nightly pipeline: ghcup-ci: apt-get update fails on Debian 9 "stretch" · Issues · Glasgow Haskell Compiler / GHC · GitLab
- #23281: CI job "test-cabal-reinstall-x86_64-linux-deb10" broke on 2023-02-27 · Issues · Glasgow Haskell Compiler / GHC · GitLab
- #23269: CI job "abi-test-nightly" is broken · Issues · Glasgow Haskell Compiler / GHC · GitLab
Coming up, I am traveling in California for two weeks, and will return at the end of May. Shortly afterward I’ll be going to Switzerland for Zurihac—hope to see you there!