Time  Nick    Message
14:09 pdurbin 'open source does not equal “free” or even “low cost.” Not even close' http://www.finchcomputing.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Finch-for-Text-Open-Source-Comparison.pdf
14:10 pdurbin via http://www.finchcomputing.com/finch-for-text/
14:10 pdurbin which otherwise sounds interesting :)
15:50 pdurbin bear: is this telling me that it's possible to run `vagrant up` from circleci? https://circleci.com/gh/critical-alert/circleci-vagrant/6
15:53 pdurbin semiosis: it's running `vagrant up ci --provider=aws` and I'm wondering if you've ever used the AWS provider for Vagrant
15:55 pdurbin oh, the AWS provider is custom apparently. https://github.com/mitchellh/vagrant-aws is mentioned at https://docs.vagrantup.com/v2/plugins/providers.html which is linked from https://docs.vagrantup.com/v2/providers/custom.html
16:37 dotplus we've recently started using vagrant to stand up Openstack instances. the provider plugin isn't perfect, but seems basically functional
16:55 bear    @pdurbin - yes, we allow a lot of infra friendly tools to be run in the build containers
16:56 dotplus "@pdurbin"?! oh dear:)
17:59 pdurbin bear: cool. well, I added a link to that circleci thing at https://github.com/IQSS/dataverse/issues/2746
18:07 bear    let me know if you need more info or anything really dealing with circleci
18:10 pdurbin bear: thanks. really I need to decide how much I care to ensure that `vagrant up` is always working. I'll care more if it graduates from being a developer-only thing to something that we actively encourge people to try out in out installation guide: https://github.com/IQSS/dataverse/issues/2817#issuecomment-163956511