Monthly Archives: April 2008

Psycopg migrated to Bazaar

Last week we moved psycopg from Subversion to Bazaar.  I did the migration using Gustavo Niemeyer‘s svn2bzr tool with a few tweaks to map the old Subversion committer IDs to the email address form conventionally used by Bazaar. The tool does a good job of following tree copies and create related Bazaar branches.  It doesn’t […]

Psycopg2 2.0.7 Released

Yesterday Federico released version 2.0.7 of psycopg2 (a Python database adapter for PostgreSQL).  I made a fair number of the changes in this release to make it more usable for some of Canonical‘s applications.  The new release should work with the development version of Storm, and shouldn’t be too difficult to get everything working with […]

Honey Bock Results

Since bottling the honey bock last month, I’ve tried a bottle last week and this week. While it is a very nice beer, the honey flavour is not very noticeable. That said, the second bottle I tried had a slightly stronger honey flavour than the first so it might just need to mature for another […]

Using email addresses as OpenID identities (almost)

On the OpenID specs mailing list, there was another discussion about using email addresses as OpenID identifiers. So far it has mostly covered existing ground, but there was one comment that interested me: a report that you can log in to many OpenID RPs by entering a Yahoo email address. Now there certainly isn’t any […]

Looms Rock

While doing a bit of work on Storm, I decided to try out the loom plugin for Bazaar. The loom plugin is designed to help maintain a stack of changes to a base branch (similar to quilt). Some use cases where this sort of tool are useful include: Maintaining a long-running diff to a base […]