If, like me, you used to work on many computers, you should reconfigure anything to allow all your machines. Today I was stucked on heroku repository clone (problem with ssh key on my work laptop).
To add new machine to your heroku account (after heroku package installation, using gem for example), you should just use
mmornati@notebook projects$ heroku keys:add
Found existing public key: /home/mmornati/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
Uploading SSH public key /home/mmornati/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
And, if everything worked well, you should have access to your — (Read more)
Recently GitHub has released sources about two “internal” projects: hubot and janky. So it’s time to start using them (or just testing them to imagine a future usage).
After some tests and research I find a proper way to install hubot and use it as IRC bot, but I decide to report the complete procedure here because all the guides I found on the net was outdated or not complete (missing always some important step). The best one the guide me on the right way is the one you can find here, but I report the instructions also on this blog post.
First of all you need to install hubot dependencies on your “build” — (Read more)