Monthly Archives: March 2017

flubbed the version control again

  We got the data we needed for St Columba’s – more on that gradually – but one part of what we did was still a failure – we didn’t capture any readings above 50C on the radiators, even though we know very well, from the thermal imager if nothing else, that they were hotter than that.  Since we’ve seen that one before, as Iain said to me, this smells very much like a version control problem.   Still, since for us one of the most important skills to share is how to debug these things, I’m checking everything in order, “by the book”.
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