Well, some weekends are difficult to describe, but then Mondays come and things get clear 😀
One good thing is that Saint Nikolai brought some good news, after charging the laptop battery for over 10h, it came alive. So no more worries about hardware problems, I guess better not say it too loud but the fact is that survived the processing workshop 😀
After breakfast, some nice talk about the weekend and about one of the topics that in the last few months comes quite often in conversations, the German ways of doing and relating to people. I guess is kind of boring for Germans to have to listen over and over again certain things, though on the other hand one of the “critics” is that they are normally not too interested in what other people say/think, since they are (or seem)Â very self-confident, to really know which is the good way of doing things, a lot of (pre)judgment goes on, apart from the fact of being distant, cold, and lack of tolerance, so much DIY instead of DIWO. Well. always is difficult to generalize, but when certain things are shared by so many people, you also begin to think about it.Â And yes, the weekend had several of these conversations, or situations that are really bizarre, I guess bizarre is the word of the weekend.
Though not all the conversation was about Germany, but also other countries, among them EcuadorÂ and the iniciative FLOK-Society, Free/Libre Open Knowledge Society, designing a world for the commons, an initiave to bring Free software everywhere in Ecuador.
After trying to figure out what was the problem for a bit of time, of course, it had to be something very simple. In a has_many relation-through when you pass the id, you have to do it in plural, for example :tag_ids … that s makes the difference!!!
Then I was told a nice rpsec tip, also a simple one :), the best ones
rspec spec -fd