I recently got a new Samsung 860 EVO 1TB SSD to add to my existing 128GB SSD that was filling up fast. After setting up the SSD on my machine using fstab, I started moving all my vagrant boxes and projects to a new partition dedicated to development. I mounted all the partitions under my home folder, and gave myself ownership of the respective folders.
I was ready to submit a patch to Wikimedia’s Gerrit platform. When you commit code, Gerrit runs a git commit-msg hook to add a Change-Id to every patch that is submitted for review. Committing code locally gave me the following error,
hint: The ‘hooks/commit-msg’ hook was ignored because it’s not set as executable.
hint: You can disable this warning with git config advice.ignoredHook false.
Emerging from the need for a new port in Kochi is the largest artificial island in India – Willingdon island. We had an early start from Orchid Homestay to visit the island and a few other places on the way.
Fort Kochi has a New Year’s Eve tradition of burning Papanji at midnight. It is part of the Cochin Carnival, an event that is conducted annually for 10 days from Christmas to New Year. Having decided to attend it, we started from our homestay in the afternoon. Since we had some time on hand, we visited a couple of other places before heading to the Parade ground to witness Papanji being burnt.
Athirappilly and Vazhachal waterfalls are two of the most famous waterfalls in Kerala, located in Sholayar Reserve Forest. They are around 45 KM from our homestay. We started at 7 AM hoping that we could beat the crowd.