#silverstripe IRC Log

IRC log for 26 November 2013

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1: [00:09:00] <antmas> hmmmm
2: [00:09:06] <antmas> Infinity Blade is free at the mo
3: [00:10:18] <Pyromanik> antmas: no
4: [00:10:45] <Pyromanik> antmas: I assume you're referring to something like jalopnik.com?
5: [00:11:00] <Pyromanik> basic rule of thumb: I don't social medias.
6: [00:11:08] <antmas> Pyromanik: ah
7: [00:11:10] <antmas> and yeah
8: [00:11:15] <Pyromanik> There are few limited exemptions
9: [00:11:19] <antmas> I use it for reading/watching
10: [00:11:22] <Pyromanik> but often I don't even like them
11: [00:11:24] <antmas> not socialising
12: [00:11:44] <lewellyn> antmas: free where?
13: [00:11:49] <Pyromanik> antmas: I've visited before, sure. But I also hate signing up to shit and avoid it wherever possible
14: [00:11:56] <antmas> lewellyn: on app store
15: [00:12:06] <lewellyn> which app store? there's multiple platforms :P
16: [00:12:07] <Pyromanik> so I'm not a member, thus not 'a jalop'
17: [00:12:34] <antmas> lewellyn: it's iOS only
18: [00:12:48] <antmas> Pyromanik: fair enough
19: [00:12:52] <Pyromanik> that and I don't iphone bcause fuck that hipster shit
20: [00:12:55] <lewellyn> oh. i mixed it up with a similarly-named cross-platform game that i already own then.
21: [00:14:14] <antmas> kinja is such a dumb idea
22: [00:14:23] <antmas> community driven articles is not good
23: [00:15:50] <simon_w> antmas, now I just need Infinity Blade III to go free and I'll have the set!
24: [00:16:44] <antmas> simon_w: I've never played them, any good?
25: [00:17:07] <simon_w> Reasonably? Could do with more story and less timing luck
26: [00:17:43] <antmas> ok food time
27: [00:17:57] <ss23> Okay food time
28: [00:18:13] <guzzlefry> okay, food time
29: [00:18:41] <guzzlefry> Wait, first...
30: [00:18:51] <Pyromanik> first!
31: [00:18:55] <Pyromanik> drink time?
32: [00:19:07] <guzzlefry> Requirements::javascript(FRAMEWORK_DIR . '/thirdparty/jquery/jquery.js');
33: [00:19:13] <Pyromanik> antmas: kinja is still a thing?
34: [00:19:20] <guzzlefry> That's right before I require the script that throws a $ function not found error.
35: [00:19:30] <guzzlefry> Why in the hell doesn't it work? :P
36: [00:19:35] <Pyromanik> 13:14 < antmas> community driven articles is not good
37: [00:19:38] <antmas> Pyromanik: unfortunatley, yes
38: [00:19:47] <Pyromanik> 'journalist' driven articles is not good
39: [00:19:54] <Pyromanik> internet driven articles is not good
40: [00:19:57] <antmas> Pyromanik: +1
41: [00:19:59] <Pyromanik> articles is not good.
42: [00:20:07] <Pyromanik> it's a lost art.
43: [00:20:22] <lewellyn> so is using english properly on irc :P
44: [00:20:39] <Pyromanik> English?
45: [00:20:55] <lewellyn> no hablo.
46: [00:21:04] <Pyromanik> anglisi
47: [00:24:48] <Pyromanik> dat moment when you see it
48: [00:24:51] <Pyromanik> ""Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1)"
49: [00:24:58] <Pyromanik> IJDEK
50: [00:25:03] <Pyromanik> WHO DOES EVEN WHAT
51: [00:25:09] <Pyromanik> -.-
52: [00:28:00] <Pyromanik> HTTP 1.0 too!
53: [00:28:06] <lewellyn> i need to do a fake Information Bar which says "What will you do when your OS is unsupported in XXX days, since you can't even keep your browser up to date?"
54: [00:28:08] <Pyromanik> :S
55: [00:28:31] <Pyromanik> lewellyn: xp is going to be unsupported/
56: [00:28:32] <Pyromanik> ?
57: [00:28:39] <lewellyn> um. yes.
58: [00:28:51] <Pyromanik> lewellyn: I'll rephrase. XP IS STILL SUPPORTED!?
59: [00:29:03] <lewellyn> http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/enterprise/endofsupport.aspx
60: [00:29:39] <lewellyn> from that page: " If your organization has not started the migration to a modern desktop, you are late."
61: [00:29:48] <Pyromanik> hahaha, brilliant
62: [00:29:50] <lewellyn> even microsoft is being blunt about xp now.
63: [00:30:34] <lewellyn> they had a page up recently which pretty much said to panic if you're still deploying xp. ;)
64: [00:30:50] <Pyromanik> I heard CTO of MS NZ talk about how they hate IE as much as everyone else (specifically talking about 6 at the time).
65: [00:31:01] <Pyromanik> good fella.
66: [00:31:17] <Pyromanik> hahahaha who still DEPLOYS xp1?
67: [00:31:19] <Pyromanik> !? *
68: [00:31:29] <lewellyn> it's more common than you'd want to think :(
69: [00:31:39] <lewellyn> there's a misplaced hope that microsoft might keep giving updates anyhow.
70: [00:31:51] <lewellyn> also, i've been linking this at people lately http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=11662
71: [00:33:03] <Pyromanik> lewellyn: some people just so stupid they DESERVE their clients.
72: [00:34:03] <lewellyn> Pyromanik: it's usually in-house head-in-the-sand.
73: [00:34:11] <lewellyn> "too much politics, so i won't rock the boat"
74: [00:34:24] <lewellyn> tomorrow marks 90 business days until xp dies.
75: [00:35:08] <simon_w> Yay!
76: [00:35:17] <simon_w> Then we can ditch IE8 support!
77: [00:35:39] <lewellyn> except that there are .gov with vista and ie 8 :P
78: [00:35:50] <simon_w> Screw them :p
79: [00:35:57] <lewellyn> yes, they should be on 9. but xp should be on 8.
80: [00:36:14] <Pyromanik> 13:35 <@simon_w> Then we can ditch IE8 support!
81: [00:36:16] <Pyromanik> amen
82: [00:36:19] <simon_w> XP shouldn't be on anything
83: [00:36:35] <Pyromanik> lewellyn: lucky for us we dont' have a .gov!
84: [00:36:37] <Pyromanik> xD
85: [00:36:44] <lewellyn> simon_w: i think that's what i've been saying :)
86: [00:38:11] <simon_w> Bah, don't wanna have to set up another OAuth flow
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88: [00:46:20] <guzzlefry> I thought Vista had IE8?
89: [00:46:25] <guzzlefry> and IE7...
90: [00:47:39] <Colin[pi]> omg Paypal (spelled with a gamma character for the y) sent me an email from "Custommers Support" telling me my account is limited! :o
91: [00:47:49] <Colin[pi]> I had better click on this link that goes to an IP address to fix it
92: [00:49:15] <ss23> All websites go to an IP!
93: [00:49:28] <Colin[pi]> U KNOW WUT I MEAN
94: [00:49:33] <ss23> XD
95: [00:49:49] <Pyromanik> guzzlefry: but supports 9 and 10
96: [00:50:06] <Pyromanik> thus, with compulsory update status, people with vista should not be using 7 or 8
97: [00:50:12] <Pyromanik> or 9 anymore either
98: [00:50:40] <Pyromanik> Colin[pi]: so, why did you have gamma-y?
99: [00:51:05] <Pyromanik> ss23: had any hits on wwwderpredddiittttt.yet?
100: [00:51:08] <Colin[pi]> looks like they are trying to circumvent spam filters by embedding other chars
101: [00:51:23] <Pyromanik> Colin[pi]: oh, so you mean it's legit paypal?
102: [00:51:25] <Pyromanik> dafuq?
103: [00:51:29] <Colin[pi]> no :P
104: [00:51:36] <Pyromanik> oh, was gonna say.
105: [00:51:38] <Colin[pi]> it's a phishing email
106: [00:51:42] <Pyromanik> well yeh
107: [00:51:55] <Pyromanik> sadly that'd actually work since the chars look similar
108: [00:51:59] <Colin[pi]> I thought "hmm why do those subject chars look weird?"
109: [00:52:13] <Colin[pi]> then saw it was from "Custommers Support"
110: [00:52:14] <Colin[pi]> lol
111: [00:52:20] <Pyromanik> except for the fact that tehre's no reason <inoccuous website x> would take you to paypal VIA AN AD
112: [00:52:27] <Pyromanik> Colin[pi]: hahaha
113: [00:52:38] <Pyromanik> WOOOH OOOOOH
114: [00:53:01] <Colin[pi]> i knew a guy once they fell for one of those emails
115: [00:53:03] <Pyromanik> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXisSjTr5e0
116: [00:53:08] <Pyromanik> Colin[pi]: srs?
117: [00:53:10] <Colin[pi]> yes :(
118: [00:53:21] <Pyromanik> donated his child's uni fund to some nigerian prince?
119: [00:53:23] <Colin[pi]> we were talking in the office, and the subject of fake paypal emails came up
120: [00:53:27] <Colin[pi]> and he went white as a sheet
121: [00:53:30] <Colin[pi]> and ran to his computer
122: [00:53:31] <Colin[pi]> LOL
123: [00:53:32] <Pyromanik> HAHAHA
124: [00:53:47] <Pyromanik> so like, he'd JUST done it, about 10 mins prior?
125: [00:53:49] <Colin[pi]> yep
126: [00:53:50] <Colin[pi]> LOL
127: [00:53:52] <Colin[pi]> fucking idiot
128: [00:53:52] <Pyromanik> ROFL
129: [00:53:55] <Pyromanik> amazeballs
130: [00:54:31] <Colin[pi]> yeah... I weep for humanity lol
131: [00:54:33] <ss23> Pyromanik: Haven't got it set up to monitor
132: [00:54:41] <Pyromanik> fuck you error.log, why you no tell me requested url?
133: [00:54:51] <Pyromanik> Colin[pi]: meh.
134: [00:55:14] <Pyromanik> I think if someone gets scammed, they pretty much deserve it (provided it's one of those stupid obvious ones),.
135: [00:55:33] <Pyromanik> victim of high persuasion con man not so hilarious.
136: [00:56:10] <Pyromanik> eg. the comdey value of someone who comes back from Thailand with stories of these sweet authentic rolexes they picked up for $5 AU
137: [00:57:03] <ss23> :(
138: [00:57:05] <ss23> I ate a pointy chip
139: [00:57:06] <ss23> It hurts
140: [00:57:08] <Pyromanik> ROFLROFL
141: [00:57:13] <Pyromanik> mac fucked up
142: [00:57:15] <Pyromanik> keyboard fucked
143: [00:57:23] <Pyromanik> CONSTANTLY SENDING VOL UP SIGNAL
144: [00:57:46] <Pyromanik> one of teh designers' computers is just sitting there BOOP BOOP BOOP BOOP BOOP BOOP BOOP BOOP BOOP BOOP BOOP BOOP at full volume
145: [00:57:49] <Pyromanik> hahahahahaah
146: [00:58:03] <Pyromanik> I'm all "hey you should just unplug the speakers... LOL WAIT MAC HAHAHAHAHA"
147: [00:58:08] <ss23> Pyromanik: You wanna have a proper discussion re: 13:55:14 < Pyromanik> I think if someone gets scammed, they pretty much deserve it (provided it's one of those stupid obvious ones),.
148: [00:58:12] <ss23> ?
149: [00:58:15] <ss23> :D
150: [00:58:26] <Pyromanik> ss23: why, did you scam me?
151: [00:58:35] <Pyromanik> ss23: or is this in relation to macs?
152: [00:58:39] <ss23> no no
153: [00:58:40] <Pyromanik> MACS ARE A SCAM
154: [00:58:43] <Colin[pi]> Pyromanik: haha we were talking about those watches with a Malaysian guy on the weekend... apparently there are GOOD fakes and BAD fakes lol
155: [00:58:45] <Pyromanik> someone paid money for them
156: [00:58:49] <ss23> Pyromanik: I'm just saying, why do you think being scammed means you deserve to be scammed?
157: [00:58:58] <Pyromanik> and now it's just VOL UP VOL UP VOL UP VOL UP VOL UP VOL UP VOL UP
158: [00:59:00] <Pyromanik> hahahahahahahahaahahah
159: [00:59:01] <Pyromanik> hahaha
160: [00:59:04] <Pyromanik> fuck this is so funny
161: [00:59:06] <Colin[pi]> rofl
162: [01:00:24] <Pyromanik> STILL GOING
163: [01:00:26] <Pyromanik> OMG
164: [01:00:33] <Pyromanik> she's all "I'll just shut down"
165: [01:00:54] <Pyromanik> took 10 mins to shut apps down
166: [01:01:04] <Pyromanik> boop boop boop the whole time
167: [01:01:05] <Pyromanik> hahahahahaha
168: [01:01:09] <Pyromanik> SO GOLD
169: [01:01:59] <Colin[pi]> Macs: boop different
170: [01:02:58] <antmas> Pyromanik: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFUHbeIsOCI
171: [01:04:45] <Colin[pi]> RIP headphone users
172: [01:05:06] <antmas> lol
173: [01:05:25] <ss23> OSX volume is so crap
174: [01:05:49] <Colin[pi]> holy shit look at that manifold
175: [01:05:53] <Colin[pi]> toasty!
176: [01:05:54] <ss23> I'm like "I DON'T WANT ONE THING OF VOLUME I WANT .5 OF ONE"
177: [01:05:59] <Pyromanik> alterbridge, lawl. It's like creed, only good.
178: [01:06:12] <antmas> Colin[pi]: insane
179: [01:06:47] <Pyromanik> omfg ears bleeding :<
180: [01:06:54] <antmas> haha
181: [01:06:54] <Pyromanik> Y U DO DIS ANTMAS
182: [01:07:01] <antmas> Pyromanik: because engines
183: [01:07:11] <antmas> no more V8s in F1
184: [01:07:26] <Colin[pi]> the engineering in those cars must be just ridiculous
185: [01:08:16] <Pyromanik> antmas: wait what?
186: [01:08:21] <Colin[pi]> poor engine :(
187: [01:08:24] <Pyromanik> Colin[pi]: well yeh.
188: [01:08:32] <antmas> Pyromanik: it's all going hybrid now
189: [01:08:39] <Pyromanik> antmas: ha, awesome.
190: [01:08:50] <antmas> Pyromanik: hence 'last fire'
191: [01:08:50] <Pyromanik> "300km/h in a hybrid"
192: [01:09:03] <Pyromanik> so long as they stay at 299 they should be ok, right? xD
193: [01:09:09] <antmas> heh
194: [01:09:24] <Pyromanik> gawd that 'news' article was full of fail.
195: [01:09:33] <Pyromanik> oh, there's that a word again!
196: [01:09:38] <Pyromanik> arseticle.
197: [01:09:45] <Pyromanik> lol, sounds like a hybrid of arse and testicle.
198: [01:09:51] <Pyromanik> HYBRID ALL THE THINGS
199: [01:09:55] <antmas> haha
200: [01:09:59] <Pyromanik> dem hybrids
201: [01:10:12] <antmas> same with the new GTR :(
202: [01:10:16] <Pyromanik> gaiz
203: [01:10:18] <Pyromanik> so liek
204: [01:10:33] <Pyromanik> GET /UserDefinedForm_Controller/ping ?
205: [01:10:35] <Pyromanik> Wtf
206: [01:10:39] <Pyromanik> actually.
207: [01:10:55] <Pyromanik> what the actual f-balls?
208: [01:11:35] <ss23> Fuck Zendesk
209: [01:11:36] <Pyromanik> ss23: alterbridge, is this what one calls 'christian metal' ?
210: [01:11:43] <ss23> Pyromanik: Never heard of them, link?
211: [01:11:54] <ss23> When I think of Christian Metla, I think Underoath/August
212: [01:11:58] <ss23> August Burns Red is <3 <3 <3 <3
213: [01:12:32] <Pyromanik> ss23: what means "GET /UserDefinedForm_Controller/ping HTTP/1.1" 200
214: [01:12:44] <ss23> Pyromanik: CMS has pings too
215: [01:12:46] <Pyromanik> who dun gon got dat confuzd?
216: [01:13:00] <Pyromanik> ss23: yeh, I know CMS does pings. But that's Security/ping
217: [01:13:01] <ss23> Pyromanik: Not 100% what they're for, I think they're for stopping the sessions timing out. Like imagine filling out a 15 min form with no ping
218: [01:13:07] <Pyromanik> dafuq is UDF/ping?
219: [01:13:12] <ss23> Pyromanik: Same thing?
220: [01:13:19] <Pyromanik> mmmkay, makes a little sense
221: [01:13:26] <Pyromanik> could that be my issue?
222: [01:13:30] <ss23> What is your issue?
223: [01:13:37] <Pyromanik> maybe dem shit browsers can't handle dat pings
224: [01:13:52] <Pyromanik> ss23: MSIE giving a 400 or similar when submitting a UDF
225: [01:14:23] <ss23> Hmm
226: [01:14:25] <ss23> What is a 400 again?
227: [01:14:47] <ss23> Pyromanik: Don't think so, maybe...
228: [01:15:28] <Pyromanik> ss23: badrequest
229: [01:16:14] <antmas> when I think of Christian metal I shut my computer down
230: [01:16:29] <ss23> You guys seriously don't like August Burns Red?
231: [01:16:31] <Pyromanik> WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK
232: [01:16:35] <Pyromanik> "Response header"
233: [01:16:39] <Pyromanik> Date:Tue, 26 Nov 2013 01:14:42 GMT
234: [01:16:45] <antmas> ss23: nah, not really
235: [01:16:46] <Pyromanik> BUT IT IS 2PM YOU GOOBER
236: [01:16:54] <ss23> XD
237: [01:16:57] <ss23> Pyromanik: GMT :P
238: [01:17:10] <antmas> I don't mind SOME xtian metal
239: [01:17:41] <antmas> :D yay
240: [01:17:51] <antmas> getting more space on dev server
241: [01:17:54] <Pyromanik> urgh FK GMT
242: [01:17:55] <ss23> nice :D
243: [01:17:57] <Pyromanik> give me server time!
244: [01:18:13] <antmas> ss23: it's the small things
245: [01:18:15] <antmas> :P
246: [01:18:48] * antmas looks up what extending an LVM is like
247: [01:18:52] * antmas shudders
248: [01:20:09] <antmas> going back to this morning
249: [01:20:13] <antmas> about Dune
250: [01:20:18] <antmas> simon_w: are you a fan?
251: [01:20:34] <Colin[pi]> fuck I just emailed a client with "you're probably super-busty" instead of "super-busy" ;C
252: [01:20:43] <antmas> Colin[pi]: ROFLROFLROFL
253: [01:20:48] <Colin[pi]> ;C
254: [01:20:51] <Colin[pi]> oops
255: [01:21:01] <ss23> Colin[pi]: XD
256: [01:21:15] <Colin[pi]> female too LOL
257: [01:21:17] <Colin[pi]> oh well
258: [01:21:30] <Pyromanik> right, testing for pings from UDF
259: [01:21:32] <antmas> I once used the word 'reslut' 5 times in one email to a client without realising/spellchecking
260: [01:21:38] <Colin[pi]> hahaha
261: [01:21:42] <Colin[pi]> I've used that one too
262: [01:21:45] <Pyromanik> Colin[pi]: hopefully you get pics in return.
263: [01:21:49] <Colin[pi]> lol
264: [01:22:05] <antmas> oh
265: [01:22:18] <antmas> and NEGROtiate
266: [01:22:21] <antmas> did that a few times
267: [01:22:26] <Pyromanik> I once emailed a client with "You're a fucking dick"
268: [01:22:29] <simon_w> antmas, yes
269: [01:22:34] <ss23> I know you're super-busty, but we finally have a nice reslut
270: [01:22:42] <Pyromanik> then I set another straight after going "oh lol that autocomplete"
271: [01:22:51] <Colin[pi]> ss23: XD
272: [01:23:03] <Colin[pi]> Pyromanik: ahaha
273: [01:23:05] <Pyromanik> also, I just made that story up. But I've dreampt about it on occasion.
274: [01:23:11] <Colin[pi]> hehehe
275: [01:23:23] <Colin[pi]> I still do "pubic function" sometimes
276: [01:23:28] <Pyromanik> o.0
277: [01:23:31] <Pyromanik> oh you, freud.
278: [01:23:35] <Pyromanik> (ean slip)
279: [01:23:37] <keksters> I do that all the time
280: [01:24:31] <Pyromanik> ERHMAGHERD
281: [01:24:38] <Pyromanik> userforms DOES do pings!
282: [01:24:43] <Pyromanik> WHO KNEW
283: [01:24:51] <antmas> Pyromanik: your mum does pings
284: [01:25:02] <antmas> woah racist
285: [01:25:26] <Pyromanik> does this mean that perhaps IE678 can't handle it propers and thus on submit they get "expired seshunz brah"?
286: [01:25:30] <Pyromanik> perhaps!
287: [01:25:46] <antmas> Pyromanik: I wouldn't be suprised
288: [01:27:01] <antmas> dat feels
289: [01:27:15] <antmas> when your solution ends up being 'you need to provide further training'
290: [01:27:21] <antmas> instead of more code
291: [01:29:23] <antmas> o.O
292: [01:29:25] <antmas> OMG
293: [01:29:33] * antmas didn't notice 3.1.2 was out
294: [01:29:43] <ss23> :D
295: [01:29:45] <ss23> UPDATE UPDATE!
296: [01:29:47] <ss23> FIXES BUGS YO
297: [01:30:32] <antmas> much else?
298: [01:30:32] <keksters> Does it fix Keks's problems with MemberLoginForm =D?
299: [01:30:42] * chillu quit (Quit: chillu)
300: [01:31:38] <antmas> I'm after some fixes for LeftandMain
301: [01:31:45] <ss23> Wow, chillu was on late today :O
302: [01:31:49] <antmas> so I don't kill myself looking for it
303: [01:37:46] <antmas> ss23: wait
304: [01:37:56] <antmas> is chillu Ingo?
305: [01:38:12] <ss23> Yeah
306: [01:38:12] <Colin[pi]> yes
307: [01:38:17] <antmas> huh
308: [01:38:22] <antmas> tmyk
309: [01:38:27] <ss23> tmyk
310: [01:39:41] <antmas> ss23: do you guys have more core devs than support?
311: [01:39:49] <antmas> or the other way around?
312: [01:40:02] <ss23> Well, "support" is really adhoc, there's one me and another guy that "do support", and it's more like we just work for clients
313: [01:40:06] <ss23> We have... hmmm
314: [01:40:11] <ss23> Maybe 4 code devs? More maybe
315: [01:40:19] <antmas> ah ok
316: [01:40:30] <antmas> I forget there are multiple offices
317: [01:40:43] <ss23> sminnee halykon hamish mateusch ingo
318: [01:40:46] <ss23> idk who else
319: [01:40:56] <ss23> I don't really follow the opensource stuff enough I guess :(
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322: [01:41:28] <antmas> ss23: so did you take over from Matt? or was Matt something else?
323: [01:41:33] <ss23> Uh
324: [01:41:35] <ss23> Matt who? :O
325: [01:41:39] <antmas> um
326: [01:41:42] <antmas> hmmm
327: [01:41:45] <antmas> forget his last name
328: [01:41:49] <ss23> idk then :O
329: [01:41:50] <antmas> recently left
330: [01:41:53] <ss23> I didn't take over from anyone though
331: [01:41:56] <ss23> Like
332: [01:42:00] <ss23> We've never had "support"
333: [01:42:01] <antmas> oh
334: [01:42:01] <ss23> Till now
335: [01:42:13] <antmas> makes sense
336: [01:42:50] <antmas> surely you guys will take on more staff soon
337: [01:42:52] <antmas> in your role
338: [01:42:58] <ss23> More clients?
339: [01:43:07] <antmas> 'support' staff
340: [01:43:12] <ss23> Hmm
341: [01:43:29] <ss23> Maybe one more, but we don't get a lot of support. Main reason for having another person here would be so that I can do more infrastructure/fun stuff
342: [01:43:32] <ss23> :D
343: [01:43:40] <antmas> ss23: ah aok
344: [01:44:07] <antmas> how many clients do you normally have at any one time these days>
345: [01:44:08] * UncleCheese quit (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
346: [01:44:19] <ss23> Normally working on ~4-5 a day
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348: [01:44:25] <ss23> I try bundle them together though
349: [01:44:32] <antmas> by region?
350: [01:44:34] <ss23> Should have like at least a day worth of a single client some time this week
351: [01:44:37] <ss23> haha
352: [01:44:40] <ss23> By client :P
353: [01:44:46] <ss23> As in, more than one ticket per clients == do it all together
354: [01:44:47] <ss23> If I can
355: [01:44:56] <ss23> Cause most of my time is just spent context switching
356: [01:45:16] <ss23> 2 hour project set up, 1 hour of getting used to the cloud, 30 mins of fixing the bug
357: [01:45:21] <ss23> Repeat for next request
358: [01:45:21] <ss23> :P
359: [01:46:14] <antmas> ss23: nice
360: [01:46:22] <keksters> Oh crap.
361: [01:46:28] <keksters> I've broken my login entirely.
362: [01:46:38] <ss23> OH NO!
363: [01:46:40] <antmas> keksters: roll bak!
364: [01:46:58] <keksters> Attempting
365: [01:47:04] <keksters> I'm hoping my page has just cahced
366: [01:47:07] <keksters> *cached
367: [01:47:22] <keksters> Though my flushes don't fill me with confidence
368: [01:47:57] <antmas> annnnnnnd
369: [01:47:59] <antmas> with that
370: [01:48:08] <antmas> 6 gig went to 15 :D
371: [01:48:21] <ss23> MORE SPACE YAY
372: [01:48:43] <keksters> Oh yay
373: [01:48:45] <keksters> Not borked
374: [01:48:53] <antmas> WHEN I INSTALL 3.1.2 ALL THE BUGS WILL GO AWAY FOREVER
375: [01:49:16] <antmas> >.>
376: [01:49:35] <guzzlefry> dreamer
377: [01:49:57] <antmas> at least I can be one of the cool guys
378: [01:50:00] <antmas> \o/
379: [01:50:41] <keksters> And with that I finally fixed my problem
380: [01:50:48] <keksters> By doing nothing at all
381: [01:51:04] <antmas> keksters: don't tell the client
382: [01:51:09] <antmas> $$$
383: [01:51:12] <antmas> :D
384: [01:52:12] <keksters> lol there's not really a client
385: [01:52:17] <keksters> Well. We're the client
386: [01:53:12] * antmas looks at remaining job list
387: [01:53:29] <antmas> everything is '1 month or more' for priority
388: [01:53:33] <Ryan-Toast> Just got an email from a client "You've obviously done more work that you originally quoted for, please send me a new invoice for another $X" - Wow, never had that before.
389: [01:53:36] <antmas> :D
390: [01:53:48] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: score
391: [01:54:06] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: Almost makes up for the rest of the bastards.
392: [01:54:10] <keksters> Time to close a billion tabs
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395: [01:56:24] <keksters> I've definitely earned cutting work to watch Catching Fire
396: [01:56:39] <Pyromanik> keksters: I just don't what?
397: [01:57:16] <antmas> I just tried to book tickets to CF
398: [01:57:22] <antmas> totally booked :(
399: [01:57:53] <Pyromanik> CF?
400: [01:58:01] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: I'm going tonight, and I didm';t even think of booking./
401: [01:58:05] <Ryan-Toast> That could be bad.
402: [01:58:18] <keksters> Pyromanik: ?
403: [01:58:26] <Pyromanik> keksters: just wonderign wtf is going on in here
404: [01:58:39] <keksters> I got my login working
405: [01:58:51] <keksters> By stopping trying what I was doing
406: [01:59:01] <keksters> And thus Catching Fire
407: [01:59:06] <Pyromanik> keksters: hahaha, fun :D
408: [01:59:10] <Pyromanik> catching fire?
409: [01:59:18] <keksters> Hunger Games sequel
410: [01:59:25] <Pyromanik> I just don't even.
411: [01:59:37] <Pyromanik> Catching fire used to be cool before everyone started doing it, gawsh.
412: [01:59:41] <Pyromanik> xD
413: [01:59:44] <keksters> lol.
414: [01:59:45] * Pyromanik so hipster right now
415: [01:59:52] <keksters> Don't worry, I've read the books
416: [02:00:15] <Pyromanik> I don't.
417: [02:00:29] <Pyromanik> I don't invest in plagurism.
418: [02:00:33] <keksters> Also sucks that everyone else is booked out. The joys of a small town here
419: [02:00:43] <Pyromanik> keksters: NP isn't small.
420: [02:00:48] <Pyromanik> Manaia, that's small.
421: [02:00:53] <keksters> Yeah
422: [02:00:56] <keksters> Also stuff Manaia
423: [02:00:58] <Pyromanik> also NP is a city -.-
424: [02:01:03] <keksters> Yeah well
425: [02:01:06] <Pyromanik> Manaia has such good bread though!
426: [02:01:07] <ss23> P = NP?
427: [02:01:18] <Pyromanik> ss23: oh you, math wiz.
428: [02:01:25] <simon_w> ss23, no
429: [02:01:29] <ss23> simon_w:
430: [02:01:32] <ss23> simon_w: Prove it
431: [02:01:32] <ss23> :3
432: [02:01:33] <keksters> Also how did you know I was in NP.
433: [02:01:37] <Pyromanik> ss23: N = 1
434: [02:01:38] <keksters> Is keksters that googleable
435: [02:01:39] <Pyromanik> GAWD
436: [02:01:46] <Pyromanik> GO AWAY
437: [02:02:00] <Pyromanik> keksters: because you've told me before.
438: [02:02:02] <simon_w> ss23, no
439: [02:02:05] <Pyromanik> gawsh.
440: [02:02:11] <keksters> Geez you've a memory.
441: [02:02:16] <ss23> simon_w: HA
442: [02:02:17] <Zauberfisch23> good morning
443: [02:02:17] <Pyromanik> People say that.
444: [02:02:21] <keksters> I last came on in Februar
445: [02:02:21] <ss23> Then I reject you saying it!
446: [02:02:21] <keksters> y
447: [02:02:23] <keksters> Ish
448: [02:02:25] <simon_w> ss23, no
449: [02:02:30] <ss23> simon_w: I do reject it
450: [02:02:33] <simon_w> ss23, no
451: [02:02:36] <Pyromanik> keksters: Ngati Ruanui represent :D
452: [02:02:38] <ss23> simon_w: I DO I DO I DO I DO
453: [02:02:40] <simon_w> ss23, no
454: [02:02:41] <ss23> simon_w: I DO
455: [02:02:46] <simon_w> ss23, no
456: [02:02:47] <ss23> simon_w: I DO
457: [02:02:50] <keksters> Pyromanik: excuse me?
458: [02:02:51] <ss23> simon_w: I DO
459: [02:02:54] * ss23 rawrs
460: [02:02:57] <ss23> I DO I DO I DO I DO
461: [02:02:58] <Pyromanik> keksters: no, you're not are you.
462: [02:03:11] <simon_w> This is getting boring
463: [02:03:23] <simon_w> :D
464: [02:03:25] <Pyromanik> hahahahahaha boom!
465: [02:03:28] <Pyromanik> <3
466: [02:03:43] <Colin[pi]> [12:56:16] <keksters> I've definitely earned cutting work to watch Catching Fire
467: [02:03:50] <Colin[pi]> wow I hope it's better than the first
468: [02:03:50] <keksters> I'm Ngapuhi
469: [02:03:53] <Zauberfisch23> ohe noez, admin abuse :O
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471: [02:04:01] <ss23> nooby ! :(
472: [02:04:20] <keksters> I enjoyed the second book more
473: [02:04:23] <keksters> More cries
474: [02:04:42] <keksters> I assume the second movie aligns
475: [02:04:54] <Colin[pi]> let me give the disclaimer that I have not read the books
476: [02:04:56] <Colin[pi]> and that I am old
477: [02:04:59] <Pyromanik> keksters: Nga Puhi right?
478: [02:05:06] <Colin[pi]> but the first movie was possibly one of the worst films I've ever seen
479: [02:05:14] <keksters> Pyromanik: one word I believe
480: [02:05:19] <Colin[pi]> and I like a ton of sci-fi :o
481: [02:05:20] <Pyromanik> keksters: right.
482: [02:05:38] <Zauberfisch23> what movie are we rankting about?
483: [02:05:40] <keksters> Pyromanik: but in Taranaki all my life. Just dem bloodlines
484: [02:05:51] <ss23> :(
485: [02:05:54] <ss23> Voice me!
486: [02:05:58] <Pyromanik> keksters: memory, yeh I got one. I use it. but it's not always the full story, sometimes just a reminder :P http://logs.simon.geek.nz/index.php?date=2013-02-05#log_896721
487: [02:06:05] <simon_w> [15:06:02] * me :No such nick/channel
488: [02:06:10] <ss23> ;_____;
489: [02:06:15] <ss23> You're so *mean*!
490: [02:06:16] * ss23 cries
491: [02:06:25] <simon_w> Yes, yes I am
492: [02:06:32] <Pyromanik> naki proud!
493: [02:06:40] <keksters> Taradise bro
494: [02:07:18] <keksters> Now I just clicked as to why my friend's horse's showname is Ruanui Rain
495: [02:07:28] <keksters> Cause.. Ahh.
496: [02:08:18] <simon_w> Zauberfisch23, there's a purple person abusing power somewhere?
497: [02:11:35] <keksters> Alright. Just need to offer links according to people's group
498: [02:11:57] <Zauberfisch23> simon_w: purple person? I don't get it
499: [02:12:09] <simon_w> Zauberfisch23, an admin
500: [02:12:11] <keksters> Is his admin purple?
501: [02:12:16] <keksters> I win
502: [02:12:22] <simon_w> IRC admins get purple things
503: [02:12:30] <Zauberfisch23> no they don't
504: [02:12:33] <Zauberfisch23> they get @
505: [02:12:34] <Zauberfisch23> :P
506: [02:12:34] <keksters> Depends on clients and set up =3
507: [02:12:40] <ss23> 15:12:22 <@simon_w> IRC admins get purple things
508: [02:12:41] <ss23> wat
509: [02:12:44] <simon_w> That's an op, not an admin
510: [02:12:46] <Colin[pi]> o_O
511: [02:12:54] <ss23> simon_w: A less ambigious term would be "ircop" by the way
512: [02:13:02] <keksters> I once set my XChat to black with neon colours for screenshot fun
513: [02:13:10] <Zauberfisch23> the only thing puple I could think of was this: http://f1.fsc.szene1.at/fijn/175452/fijn_175452.jpg
514: [02:13:21] <Zauberfisch23> simon_w: you are not "Fritz Phantom" to me
515: [02:13:23] <ss23> simon_w: But purple is dictated by your client. In general, their only difference is the umode (my client doesn't do anything special with them, for example)
516: [02:13:47] <simon_w> The colours for different levels are fairly standard
517: [02:14:01] <Zauberfisch23> I haz no colors
518: [02:14:34] <simon_w> And I don't have symbols
519: [02:14:43] <simon_w> Doesn't mean I don't know what they are
520: [02:15:16] <ss23> Hmm
521: [02:15:37] <Zauberfisch23> I aware of colors as well, in my previous client OP was green
522: [02:15:40] <ss23> I don't think any client I've ever used has attributed colors to ircops, and I don't know anyone who's ever mentioned colors for them before
523: [02:15:56] <ss23> For chan modes, yes, ircops no
524: [02:16:02] <ss23> Not that I doubt some clients do it
525: [02:16:07] <ss23> Just not exactly standard
526: [02:16:11] <ss23> Heck, most people don't even know what one is
527: [02:16:12] <Zauberfisch23> xchat and probably all forks do it
528: [02:16:31] <lewellyn> i've never seen xchat give special status to ircops
529: [02:17:15] <Zauberfisch23> well, for me it was not a colored nick, but a dot infront of the name, in the color of the status
530: [02:17:50] <lewellyn> Zauberfisch23: are you conflating channel mode +o on a user with ircop?
531: [02:18:12] <lewellyn> (or as they're called on freenode, "staff")
532: [02:18:47] <Zauberfisch23> in this context I was conflating "admin" with +o
533: [02:19:13] <Zauberfisch23> I did not take global server operators into consideration
534: [02:19:18] <keksters> So because I've got groups that redirect when they login
535: [02:19:25] <Zauberfisch23> but yes, xchat does give those special status. as I recall there was red
536: [02:19:40] <keksters> Do you think I can access the information that says what page they're meant to redirect to from a template?
537: [02:20:31] <keksters> Or do I need to do this from backend.
538: [02:23:45] <DesignerX> hi guys.. question for anyone that hs VPS/diticated server, do you always register the domain name with a domain provider or you get the domain registarion as part of the package ?
539: [02:24:01] <DesignerX> dedicated *
540: [02:24:37] <lewellyn> i keep my own domains. always. one dashboard to rule them all makes it less likely i'll let things expire.
541: [02:30:20] <antmas> Pyromanik: yeh, if I see a theatre booking of more than 30% for a movie
542: [02:30:23] <antmas> I wont see it
543: [02:30:31] <antmas> until there are only like 3 people in there :D
544: [02:31:13] <antmas> when I went and saw Thor 2, it had been out for over a week and the only people in the theatre were metal heads
545: [02:32:52] <DesignerX> lewellyn: you have VPS or Deticated server ? & which copmany u use ?
546: [02:34:20] <Zauberfisch23> gents, may I bother you again with a personal request: I am looking for a dribble invite, anyone got a spare one lying around?
547: [02:34:56] <spronk> i like the term ircop
548: [02:34:59] <spronk> IR Cop
549: [02:35:00] <spronk> IRC op
550: [02:35:16] <ss23> irc cop!
551: [02:35:16] <ss23> :P
552: [02:35:24] <DesignerX> I Race Cop
553: [02:35:24] <spronk> mm
554: [02:37:07] <lewellyn> DesignerX: i tend to host things myself on my own hardware. but i have a few VPSes scattered about for various things. i don't ever need support or anything, so i can't really make recommendations.
555: [02:37:30] <lewellyn> i mean, if a company is competent enough to not shit all over its stuff, that's most of what i care about :P
556: [02:38:24] <DesignerX> yeh :)
557: [02:38:57] <DesignerX> but if you host on your own hardware then you have a reseller account of some sort with domain provider
558: [02:40:03] <Pyromanik> keksters: raining up in the naki today then?
559: [02:40:21] <Pyromanik> oh, Ruanui Rain, like Ngati.
560: [02:40:32] * Pyromanik read too fast and thought Uranui :P
561: [02:41:26] <Pyromanik> antmas: yeh but what is CF?
562: [02:41:32] <Pyromanik> ColdFusion?
563: [02:41:42] <Pyromanik> that was the plot of The Saint
564: [02:42:22] <Pyromanik> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdoRdK6_bsg
565: [02:42:32] <Pyromanik> (movie with val kimer, that is, not the TV show)
566: [02:42:34] <Pyromanik> afaik
567: [02:43:03] <Zauberfisch23> DesignerX: you don't necessarily need a domain reseller account. you could also by the domains at some domain only vendor
568: [02:43:36] <Zauberfisch23> I do have a reseller account, and I buy the domains there because its cheaper, but I could just as well go to any place where they sell domains and insert my IPs there
569: [02:46:17] <lewellyn> DesignerX: you're asking for my affiliate link? ;)
570: [02:46:52] <DesignerX> lewellyn: :) if u have one share it
571: [02:47:34] <DesignerX> Zauberfisch23: lewellyn thanks, just wanted to see how you guysa do it. right now I have my VPS & register the domain somewhere else .
572: [02:47:53] * nickmolhoek quit (Ping timeout: 252 seconds)
573: [02:48:48] <Zauberfisch23> DesignerX: but I strongly advise against self hosting unless you know what you are doing
574: [02:49:12] <Zauberfisch23> yes, self hosting gives one full access and power over the server, but it also gives full responsibilities
575: [02:49:24] <lewellyn> relatedly, has anyone here tried namecheap's "multi-domain" certs? they're SAN certs supporting up to 100 domains.
576: [02:50:05] <Zauberfisch23> intresting
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578: [02:50:12] <DesignerX> nah, dont plan on self hosting anytime.. VPS with Cpanel is hard enough lol
579: [02:50:44] <Zauberfisch23> but, DesignerX do you have someone to do the system updates for you?
580: [02:51:14] <Zauberfisch23> because I have full root and thus noone takes care of my servers, I have to update them myself, and I can tell you, it can be a pain in the arse
581: [02:51:24] <lewellyn> i'm curious to see how cheap they can eventually provide a wildcard SAN cert.
582: [02:52:23] <antmas> Pyromanik: Catching Fire
583: [02:52:56] <DesignerX> I only did one update myself but done it through cpanel. So far I only use the default modules they included so the updates should have no problem ? need to do some research but so far I got what I need on that server
584: [02:53:40] <DesignerX> but ty for the reminder, need to see what updates I need to make, hope i get some time before next year
585: [03:12:31] * antmas quit (Quit: Page closed)
586: [03:13:21] <Pyromanik> oh, that's the round-eye Battle Royale sequel
587: [03:13:40] <Pyromanik> ermm, 'round-eye Battle Royale plagurism sequel'
588: [03:14:42] <Pyromanik> Zauberfisch23: 'managed server' that's the secret. About 300% the cost, but worth it when shit falls over :(
589: [03:15:08] * SightUnseen has left #silverstripe
590: [03:15:50] <Pyromanik> so anyway... CSV import, what's the deal with SS not supporting fancy letters?
591: [03:15:59] <Pyromanik> like A grave?
592: [03:16:11] <Pyromanik> it left the entire field blank :<
593: [03:16:25] <Pyromanik> didn't even just skip the single letter.
594: [03:16:35] <Pyromanik> I manaually input the value into the DB using phpmyadmin
595: [03:16:47] <Pyromanik> it works, it comes up and displays fine in SS frontend
596: [03:17:03] <Pyromanik> but wasn't in there by default after CSV import :<
597: [03:17:19] <Pyromanik> is there soem kind of magic switch I should be flipp'n?
598: [03:20:46] <ss23> Sometimes I get bored
599: [03:20:46] <ss23> https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-subsites/pull/121#issuecomment-29257564
600: [03:22:46] * camfindlay quit (Quit: camfindlay)
601: [03:24:31] <Pyromanik> ffff clients.
602: [03:24:45] <Pyromanik> "When you hit the search button it jumps to the top of the page, can this not happen"
603: [03:25:04] <Pyromanik> MAYBE IF YOU DIDN'T HAVE 10 PARAGRAPHS OF SHIT TEXT BEFORE THE SEARCH FORM...
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605: [03:25:52] <chrisrio> hey has anyone else noticed SS3.0.* freaks out if you open the CMS in 2 tabs?
606: [03:26:10] <Pyromanik> chrisrio: nope.
607: [03:26:24] <Pyromanik> it's probably competing session variables.
608: [03:26:31] <chrisrio> just did it for a laugh, and the sitetree on the first instance looks fine, the second instance looks fubar
609: [03:26:33] <chrisrio> no child pages
610: [03:26:48] <Pyromanik> dunno man, sounds like bug.
611: [03:26:55] <Pyromanik> install latest dev master, test again.
612: [03:27:03] <Pyromanik> if still exists, report bug.
613: [03:27:15] <Pyromanik> usability bug
614: [03:27:31] <chrisrio> ten four bravo charlie
615: [03:27:40] <ss23> 14bc?
616: [03:28:07] <funkygibbon> http://motherfuckingwebsite.com/
617: [03:28:12] <funkygibbon> it's perfect
618: [03:28:21] <funkygibbon> ./kick funkygibbon
619: [03:28:23] <ss23> funkygibbon: I actually suggested a similar website for a client here
620: [03:28:42] <chrisrio> shit aint perfect unless it's tiling GIF flames as background.
621: [03:28:44] <chrisrio> please.
622: [03:29:14] <guzzlefry> guys
623: [03:29:29] <guzzlefry> http://www.themostamazingwebsiteontheinternet.com/ Domain name says it all.
624: [03:29:45] <guzzlefry> heads up, it has intrusive music player. :P
625: [03:30:00] <chrisrio> thats how its done boys.
626: [03:30:09] <chrisrio> nuclear launch detected on SS
627: [03:30:11] <chrisrio> just do it like that
628: [03:30:23] <chrisrio> afk joining circus
629: [03:32:09] <Pyromanik> hahahahahaha
630: [03:32:10] <Pyromanik> oh god
631: [03:32:17] <Pyromanik> the fucking irony funkygibbon
632: [03:33:16] <Azure> ... strange. I seem to be getting SQL errors, saying that "table 'ss_mysite.sitetree' doesn't exist".
633: [03:33:48] <Azure> Of course, the tables and database are all in CamelCase.
634: [03:33:57] <Ryan-Toast> guzzlefry: p.s. tom cruise isnt actually a wizzard. but dont tell him, he likes it that way. ;( lol
635: [03:34:12] <Azure> I haven't even touched the DB settings for a week or so.
636: [03:34:15] <Pyromanik> ss23: chrisrio funkygibbon: lololololl http://iforce.co.nz/i/w2wc1k5v.0z4.png
637: [03:34:26] <Pyromanik> IRONY!
638: [03:34:40] <Pyromanik> Azure: get off of windows.
639: [03:34:44] <ss23> Pyromanik: How is that irony? o.o
640: [03:34:49] <Azure> I'm on OS X.
641: [03:34:54] <Pyromanik> ss23: how the fuck is it not!?
642: [03:34:59] <ss23> Pyromanik: o.o
643: [03:35:01] <ss23> I don't understand...
644: [03:35:20] <chrisrio> Azure: pretty sure that shit fixes itself iif you devbuild it?
645: [03:35:30] <Azure> nope, it's broken there too.
646: [03:35:33] <lewellyn> i also don't see irony
647: [03:35:52] <Azure> The full error in my error log:
648: [03:35:53] <Azure> [Mon Nov 25 23:25:20 2013] [error] [client ::1] PHP Fatal error: Couldn't run query: \nSHOW FULL FIELDS IN "SiteTree" \n\nTable 'ss_mysite.sitetree' doesn't exist in /Users/mark/Sites/eatonwebbp/framework/model/MySQLDatabase.php on line 592
649: [03:36:00] <Pyromanik> ss23: whole website rages out and unnecessary things and derp up javascript clogging all the things, purposely has no styles or anything... BUT INCLUDES TRACKING SCRIPTS LIKE ALL THE SITES IT WHINGES ABOUT
650: [03:36:20] <ss23> Pyromanik: No
651: [03:36:26] <Pyromanik> yes!
652: [03:36:29] <ss23> Pyromanik: If oyu think what its raging about is tracking scripts, you missed htep oint
653: [03:36:32] <ss23> :P
654: [03:36:48] <Pyromanik> ss23: wrong!
655: [03:36:53] <Pyromanik> it rages about ALL the things
656: [03:36:57] <Pyromanik> then includes some of them.
657: [03:36:57] <ss23> lol
658: [03:37:04] <ss23> I really think you missed the point :P
659: [03:37:09] <Pyromanik> nup
660: [03:37:12] <chrisrio> I think the point is that I'm da bes.
661: [03:37:15] <chrisrio> moving on
662: [03:37:40] <Pyromanik> I think some faghat designer is having some goddamn hipster identity crisis and made some ironic website to get kudos but failed.
663: [03:38:02] <Pyromanik> chrisrio: well I approve of flame gif tiled bgs, fo sho.
664: [03:38:03] <Pyromanik> :P
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666: [03:38:44] <Azure> I don't get why it just started doing it,unless something changed my config.
667: [03:38:45] <chrisrio> Pyromanik: and you dont even understand him
668: [03:38:47] <chrisrio> Pyromanik: bro
669: [03:38:55] <lewellyn> and here i am with a pastebin which has one .js file which consists of a single function. :P
670: [03:39:01] <chrisrio> Pyromanik: Imagine how that makes them feel
671: [03:39:09] <lewellyn> i really need to extend that script though. i got an accessibility complaint. :(
672: [03:40:25] <funkygibbon> <table><head><a href="onclick:window.location.href="#"'><blink><marquee>I like big butts<div></body>
673: [03:40:32] <funkygibbon> mwah
674: [03:40:39] * funkygibbon quit (Quit: Leaving)
675: [03:43:30] <chrisrio> damn that is some fine ass code
676: [03:43:40] <ss23> I love asscode
677: [03:43:41] <ss23> :D
678: [03:44:48] <chrisrio> fantabulous.
679: [03:45:26] <Ryan-Toast> funkygibbon: http://codepen.io/anon/pen/ClDKu
680: [03:45:45] <lewellyn> relevant. http://loudpics.tumblr.com/post/67742563929/i-like-big-quotes-and-i-can-not-lie-you-other
681: [03:46:23] <Azure> hm
682: [03:46:30] <Azure> an SQL server restart helped.
683: [03:46:35] <Azure> That was *weird*.
684: [03:48:02] <chrisrio> solid all round gents.
685: [03:49:46] <Pyromanik> chrisrio: but liek, websites aren't supposed to all look the same in every browser. POINT MISSED BY HIM.
686: [03:50:51] <Pyromanik> Ryan-Toast:
687: [03:50:52] <Pyromanik> This Site Totally Doesn't Work Without JavaScript.
688: [03:50:52] <Pyromanik> Like, at all. Sorry. If you enable it and reload this page you'll be good to go. Need to know how? Go here.
689: [03:51:07] <Pyromanik> GREAT SITE MAN xD
690: [03:51:15] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: What?
691: [03:51:28] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: wat?
692: [03:51:34] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: Codepen?
693: [03:51:38] <Pyromanik> mmm
694: [03:51:59] <Pyromanik> in other news, I once made a roulette calculator
695: [03:52:15] <Pyromanik> and this mate of the boss who is also kinda a mate paid me out for not making it spin
696: [03:52:31] <Pyromanik> so after a bit of jib back and forth over the space of about 2 months
697: [03:52:41] <Pyromanik> we were having friday drinks once, and I called him over to my computer
698: [03:53:02] <Pyromanik> with a single like of javascript I made his whole (business) website spin around and around
699: [03:53:08] <Ryan-Toast> lol
700: [03:53:10] <Pyromanik> now, we acutally host his website
701: [03:53:21] <Pyromanik> He went white as a sheet, he thought I'd done it for reals
702: [03:53:24] <Pyromanik> xD
703: [03:53:29] <Pyromanik> (was just a line into firebug)
704: [03:53:50] <Ryan-Toast> How do you rotate a site with js? I know how to do it easily with css3.
705: [03:53:59] <Pyromanik> Ryan-Toast: you make the call.
706: [03:54:39] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: Confuse.
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708: [03:55:43] <chrisrio> Pyromanik: protimes of a pro.
709: [03:56:03] <Pyromanik> Ryan-Toast: you either inject a style element to the head, or apply via a style tag to the body, or something similar
710: [03:56:09] <Pyromanik> same like you set colours and the like.
711: [03:56:15] <Pyromanik> with js
712: [03:56:17] <Pyromanik> but it's animation
713: [03:56:25] <chrisrio> Pyromanik: pretty sure ive got a FF plugin somewhere that redirects 1% of the time to the rickroll vid on a new pageload.
714: [03:56:33] <Pyromanik> ahaha
715: [03:57:06] <chrisrio> actually no I think it picks from a pool of 4 or 5 retarded videos
716: [03:57:10] <chrisrio> SO AS NOT TO APPEAR SUSPICIOUS
717: [03:57:12] <chrisrio> RIGHT?
718: [03:57:23] <Pyromanik> Ryan-Toast: actually I think it might have been a transition that fired every n seconds (same amount of time it took the transition to complete)
719: [03:57:24] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: Lol, I know how to inject styles, I just thought you were using pure js to rotate it instead of css.
720: [03:57:28] <Pyromanik> eg, a setTimeout call
721: [03:57:37] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: eww
722: [03:57:38] <Pyromanik> Ryan-Toast: well yeh I was
723: [03:57:44] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: keyframes, son.
724: [03:57:55] <Pyromanik> I had a copy of the line somewhere, but I can't seem to find it. Was too long ago
725: [03:58:07] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: SOUNDS LIKE FILTHY LIES!
726: [03:58:17] <Pyromanik> Ryan-Toast: yeh, but you try keyframes in a single line of JS
727: [03:58:35] <Pyromanik> although admittedly I do think it leveraged jQuery
728: [03:58:43] <Pyromanik> (which the site had on it)
729: [03:58:57] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: Looked online, and it's all just css3 :(
730: [03:59:50] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: This would be how you could do it in jQuery I suppose: http://pastebin.com/NHLNN5pF
731: [04:00:00] <chrisrio> nah
732: [04:00:03] <chrisrio> I'm pretty sure this is how you do it.
733: [04:00:04] <chrisrio> http://zeqps2k4t563atbs730zvzq12aw.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/agonizing-struggles-that-prove-cat-owners-are-the-best-people-ever-3.gif
734: [04:00:23] <chrisrio> and if that fails
735: [04:00:24] <chrisrio> always
736: [04:00:25] <chrisrio> always
737: [04:00:26] <chrisrio> bet on dog.
738: [04:00:27] <chrisrio> http://zeqps2k4t563atbs730zvzq12aw.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/agonizing-struggles-that-prove-cat-owners-are-the-best-people-ever-3.gif
739: [04:00:36] <Ryan-Toast> chrisrio: http://i.imgur.com/vYVDEj8.gif
740: [04:00:41] <chrisrio> http://zeqps2k4t563atbs730zvzq12aw.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/agonizing-struggles-that-prove-cat-owners-are-the-best-people-ever-2.gif
741: [04:00:48] <chrisrio> piece of shit clipboard, copy paste as I please.
742: [04:01:09] <Ryan-Toast> Hometime. See you tomorrow, guys.
743: [04:01:30] <chrisrio> later Ryan-Toast
744: [04:01:54] <Pyromanik> Ryan-Toast: oh, I might have had a localhost file with keyframes and all that, and I injected a <link type stylesheet, href=localhost/blah/lol/spinlolspin!.css
745: [04:01:59] <Pyromanik> yeh, I think that was it
746: [04:02:06] <Pyromanik> to the head.
747: [04:04:10] <Pyromanik> yeh that sounsd about right. Although as I say, ages ago and just as a joke, so don't pay me out too much :<
748: [04:04:13] <Pyromanik> lol
749: [04:04:22] <Pyromanik> but yeh, suddenly 5pm!
750: [04:04:23] <Pyromanik> \o/
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757: [04:45:48] <DryerLintPurple> spam cleanup needed on the forum, if any mods/admins are around
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762: [05:00:03] <ss23> http://www.smbc-comics.com/?id=2999
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764: [05:01:13] <Colin[pi]> lol ss23
765: [05:05:55] <Colin[pi]> "sorry I haven't returned your email, but a mate of mine is going to make me a site for free"
766: [05:06:00] <Colin[pi]> yeah good luck with that
767: [05:06:16] <Colin[pi]> i'm sure it's going to be most excellent super number one quality
768: [05:06:51] <ss23> XD
769: [05:06:54] <ss23> Freelance lyfe aye
770: [05:06:55] <ss23> :P
771: [05:07:03] <Colin[pi]> after I fucking took this guy to lunch
772: [05:07:13] <Colin[pi]> nice
773: [05:15:32] <simon_w|air> You didn't even take me to lunch! :o
774: [05:15:40] <Colin[pi]> You already ate!
775: [05:15:54] <Colin[pi]> I offered you a coffee but noooo, you already had a drink!
776: [05:15:57] <Colin[pi]> :P
777: [05:16:07] <ss23> Colin[pi]: You can take me for a drink!
778: [05:16:19] <Colin[pi]> you see? ss23 knows what do
779: [05:16:20] <simon_w|air> Also, I don't drink coffee :p
780: [05:16:34] <ss23> I don't drink coffee either
781: [05:16:37] <ss23> simon_w|air: You can drink hot chocolate, you know?
782: [05:16:48] <Colin[pi]> wtf is wrong with you people?
783: [05:16:49] <Colin[pi]> ;P
784: [05:16:54] <simon_w|air> I had my vanilla coke!
785: [05:16:58] <Colin[pi]> GLASS OF WATER FOR ALL
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788: [05:23:39] <simon_w|air> Don't worry, ss23 fails at buying me lunch
789: [05:23:43] <simon_w|air> So now I don't have lunch with him!
790: [05:24:25] <ss23> :(
791: [05:24:27] <ss23> Ouch
792: [05:26:03] <simon_w|air> Also, I should cook dinner
793: [05:26:06] <simon_w|air> I think it's pasta tonight
794: [05:26:34] <ss23> I wonder what I'll get
795: [05:26:35] <ss23> Hmm
796: [05:26:41] <simon_w|air> KFC
797: [05:26:44] <ss23> Could get Aroy Thai
798: [05:26:49] <ss23> simon_w|air: I'm afrad they'll start recognizing m
799: [05:26:49] <ss23> me
800: [05:26:50] <ss23> ;_;
801: [05:27:00] <ss23> Geting recognized at subway == fine
802: [05:27:05] <ss23> Recognized at coffee place == good!
803: [05:27:14] <ss23> REcoginzed at mcdonalds == what are you doing with your life? This is bad.
804: [05:27:19] <ss23> REcognized at KFC == no oh god no.
805: [05:28:44] <simon_w|air> I get recognised at McDonalds and BF
806: [05:28:56] <ss23> lol
807: [05:28:59] <simon_w|air> Only time I get recognised at Subway is when the guy I went to school with serves me
808: [05:29:01] <ss23> I presume we get recognized at BF here
809: [05:29:07] <ss23> I went to Subway a lot in AU
810: [05:29:16] <Colin[pi]> lol with the way you guys talk about BF it's a wonder they don't have your pics on their wall
811: [05:29:23] <ss23> XD
812: [05:29:34] <simon_w|air> I've been on their TV. Does that count? :p
813: [05:29:47] <Colin[pi]> yes, yes it does
814: [05:31:14] <simon_w|air> Ha, I was right. The nearest KFC to my place is the one by ss23's place
815: [05:31:17] <ss23> I haven't! :(
816: [05:32:09] <simon_w|air> Then the one by my parents'
817: [05:32:20] <simon_w|air> Then the one by where I had by 21st
818: [05:32:54] <guzzlefry> inquery! Will combine_files throw an error if a requirement can't be found?
819: [05:33:00] <simon_w|air> Nope
820: [05:33:08] <guzzlefry> can't for the like of me get JQuery to load up. :/
821: [05:33:14] <guzzlefry> s/like/life
822: [05:34:31] <simon_w|air> What's your Requirements call look like?
823: [05:35:31] <guzzlefry> simon_w|air: Requirements::javascript(FRAMEWORK_DIR . '/thirdparty/jquery/jquery.js');
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825: [05:35:52] <simon_w|air> No ::block() calls?
826: [05:36:01] <guzzlefry> Do I need those?
827: [05:36:07] <guzzlefry> I don't have any.
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829: [05:36:18] <simon_w|air> No, but they'd stop the jquery from loading
830: [05:36:23] <simon_w|air> How about your modules?
831: [05:36:38] <guzzlefry> simon_w|air: It's loading the requirement on the line directly under it.
832: [05:36:54] <simon_w|air> yes, so it's likely to be a block
833: [05:37:00] <guzzlefry> This is a ModelAdmin subclass, the requirements are in init()
834: [05:37:02] <guzzlefry> hm
835: [05:37:12] <guzzlefry> suggested course of action?
836: [05:37:14] <simon_w|air> Oh, don't do that
837: [05:37:19] <guzzlefry> >_>
838: [05:37:42] <guzzlefry> I took a guess. The docs didn't really say how to do something like this.
839: [05:38:15] <guzzlefry> Basically trying to e.preventDefault() like the GridFieldDeleteButton does, but for my custom GridField buttons.
840: [05:38:39] <simon_w|air> Oh right, they've actually fixed that in 3.something
841: [05:38:50] <simon_w|air> Make sure to call parent::init() first
842: [05:39:06] <simon_w|air> And don't bother including jQuery yourself
843: [05:40:23] <simon_w|air> And your JS probably wants to look something like https://github.com/simonwelsh/silverstripe-GridFieldRelationHandler/blob/master/javascript/GridFieldRelationHandler.js#L1-L8
844: [05:40:33] <simon_w|air> (assume $ isn't globally defined)
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847: [06:24:35] <ss23> And now to pick dinner!
848: [06:24:36] <ss23> KFC it is
849: [06:24:36] <ss23> :D
850: [06:43:19] * simon_w|air was right!
851: [06:43:25] <Colin[pi]> :o
852: [06:44:50] <simon_w|air> Time to eat, then to install Drupal!
853: [06:45:03] <Colin[pi]> sellout!
854: [06:45:21] <simon_w|air> Yup!
855: [06:45:31] <Colin[pi]> well.. I... umm. hmmm
856: [06:46:17] <simon_w|air> In my defence, this pasta is delicious
857: [06:48:02] <Zauberfisch23> so they offer you delicious food to use drupal?
858: [06:48:07] <Zauberfisch23> its a trap!
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860: [06:57:01] <Colin[pi]> so simon_w, does that mean we won't be seeing you on IRC much anymore?
861: [06:57:17] <simon_w|air> Nah, someone has to keep answering your questions :p
862: [06:57:24] <Colin[pi]> yay!
863: [07:02:09] <simon_w|air> Who knows? Maybe I'll even start enjoying using SilverStripe again! :p
864: [07:13:17] <Colin[pi]> :o anything's possible!
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866: [07:14:06] <Zauberfisch23> so, simon_w|air, have you found an alternative to silverstripe that you enjoy better?
867: [07:14:19] <simon_w|air> Beatbox!
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869: [07:14:46] <Colin[pi]> JOO.. no, no I can't say that word
870: [07:15:38] <Zauberfisch23> simon_w|air: link plx
871: [07:15:47] <simon_w|air> beatbox.pocketrent.com
872: [07:16:01] <simon_w|air> http://wiki.pocketrent.com/beatbox/start
873: [07:17:21] <Zauberfisch23> your creation?
874: [07:17:37] <simon_w|air> Along with James
875: [07:20:26] <Zauberfisch23> do you happen to have a screenshot of the gui?
876: [07:20:37] <simon_w|air> What guy?
877: [07:20:40] <simon_w|air> *gui?
878: [07:20:57] <Zauberfisch23> I see
879: [07:22:14] <Zauberfisch23> as you implicitly named it as a alternative to silverstripe I assumed to find a cms with a userinterface
880: [07:22:38] <simon_w|air> You mean things our silverstripe project doesn't have?
881: [07:23:00] <Zauberfisch23> point taken
882: [07:23:59] <Zauberfisch23> however, in terms of naming, silverstripe refers to the GUI part as CMS and the rest as the framework
883: [07:24:03] <Zauberfisch23> (sort of)
884: [07:24:30] <Zauberfisch23> thus, I was talking about a GUI CMS when asking for your silverstripe CMS alternative
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888: [07:55:53] <guzzlefry> How hard is this entwine stuff?
889: [07:57:17] <guzzlefry> Actually, I think I get it. :P
890: [07:57:44] <guzzlefry> $(.element).entwine({ bunch of event handlers}), right?
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893: [08:19:03] <Colin[pi]> guzzlefry: yup that's basically it
894: [08:19:08] <Zauberfisch23> guzzlefry: basicly yes
895: [08:19:15] <Colin[pi]> study the source to see how it works, that's what I did
896: [08:19:53] <simon_w|air> Its namespacing is so annoying though
897: [08:20:23] <Zauberfisch23> make sure not to use to fancy selectors, because they will not work in old IEs (if you care about those)
898: [08:20:30] <Zauberfisch23> also, yeah, namespaces ...
899: [08:20:49] <guzzlefry> Javascript does those?
900: [08:20:53] <simon_w|air> entwine
901: [08:20:53] <Zauberfisch23> no, entwine
902: [08:21:02] <Zauberfisch23> its that $.entwine('ss') stuff
903: [08:21:08] <Zauberfisch23> thats a entwine namespace
904: [08:21:15] <simon_w|air> Found a case where .trim() would break because of the namespaces
905: [08:21:29] <Zauberfisch23> :O
906: [08:21:36] <simon_w|air> Starting to just $.entwine('.') everything
907: [08:21:54] <Zauberfisch23> I don't namespace small websites at all
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910: [08:26:58] <Pyromanik> I just want everyone to know I look this awesome when I rage out. http://iforce.co.nz/i/01f3fsxt.k33.gif
911: [08:27:25] <Pyromanik> Because I got an undercut.
912: [08:27:28] <simon_w|air> I don't see a massive head wound, are you sure?
913: [08:27:40] <Pyromanik> simon_w|air: stitches out already!
914: [08:28:06] <simon_w|air> Disappoint!
915: [08:28:10] <Pyromanik> haha
916: [08:28:15] <Pyromanik> it wasn't that huge, thankfully
917: [08:29:16] <Pyromanik> It's scary enough realising yesterday that I didn't really remember much of anything from last Monday's episode of the mentalist, despite me feeling pretty normal and having gone to work all day by then.
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919: [08:33:21] <Zauberfisch23> new episodes of mentalist? :O
920: [08:33:48] <Pyromanik> oh the kinda-irony of watching the "mentalist" while having a head wound/mental injury :<
921: [08:35:41] <guzzlefry> weee
922: [08:35:49] <guzzlefry> simon_w|air: thanks for the help :)
923: [08:42:22] <Pyromanik> guzzlefry: how come it is that you're _always_ awake?
924: [08:42:34] <Pyromanik> do you IV caffine or something?
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926: [08:46:38] <Robke> Zauberfisch23 are you here? :)
927: [08:46:42] <Zauberfisch23> yes
928: [08:46:48] <Robke> i founded errr :/
929: [08:47:00] <Robke> error but i dont get it whats wrong with bulkuplaod
930: [08:47:13] <Robke> GET http://localhost/e-commerce/admin/pages/edit/EditForm/field/ProductImages/b…lkImageUploadForm/field/BulkImageUploadField/fileexists?filename=fabre.jpg 404 (Not Found)
931: [08:47:25] <Robke> this is whati get then i pushed f12 and console table
932: [08:48:47] <Robke> so whats wrong with my gridFieldBulkEditingTools module or jQuery soft? :)
933: [08:49:09] <Pyromanik> Robke: that link you posted doesn't tell us much.
934: [08:49:29] <Pyromanik> if you click on that panel in the dev tools it should give you more information (hopefully).
935: [08:49:31] <Robke> i know but this is only one line what i get :)
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937: [08:49:44] <Pyromanik> what it's telling you is that it cannot find what you've asked for.
938: [08:49:58] <Pyromanik> presumably fabre.jpg
939: [08:50:12] <Robke> yeah that i understand but th image is correct :)
940: [08:51:12] <Robke> when i push on the jQuery line i got this: xhr.send( ( s.hasContent && s.data ) || null );
941: [08:51:25] <Robke> on this line is something wrong....
942: [08:51:38] <Robke> hate to be noob but thats me :D
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944: [08:56:54] <Robke> so can anybody tell me what should i press to see more information about this error? :)
945: [08:59:32] <Pyromanik> the bit that says "GET http://localhost/...
946: [09:01:02] <Robke> so what kind of problem it could be? something wrong with my code? permissions or something else? :)
947: [09:01:10] <Robke> because i didnt changed anything :)
948: [09:01:18] <Robke> just copied code from templates :)
949: [09:01:51] <Pyromanik> where is this error happening? what are you doing?
950: [09:01:54] <Robke> and the strangiest thing is that everything works on another project, but on the currently its not working...
951: [09:02:18] <Robke> well, i add a product, then select a tab called product image
952: [09:02:24] <Robke> pushing BUKUPLOAD
953: [09:02:28] <Robke> BULKUPLOAD
954: [09:02:43] <Pyromanik> which version did you install, and on which version of silverstripe?
955: [09:02:48] <Robke> opening that window where you can choose to uplaod multiple images
956: [09:02:56] <Pyromanik> if SS is newer than the other project's copy, that might be the issue.
957: [09:02:56] <Robke> now i have 3.1.1 SS
958: [09:03:08] <Pyromanik> what does the project that works have?
959: [09:03:12] <Robke> i downloaded the master of gridfield from github
960: [09:03:35] <Pyromanik> Gridfield comes with SilverStripe, do you mean BulkUpload?
961: [09:03:44] <Robke> but where wasnt classes like gridfieldBulkImageUpload.ph
962: [09:03:49] <Robke> yes
963: [09:04:23] <Robke> because i tried to delete GridFieldBulkEditingTools from my project and then leave the code with gridfield...
964: [09:04:40] <Robke> and i got a lot of errors that says there are no classes with gridfield...
965: [09:04:51] <Robke> so i downloaded gridfield from github
966: [09:05:08] <Pyromanik> please don't confuse BulkUpload with Gridfield.
967: [09:05:13] <Robke> a few hours ago i downloaded gridfield 3.1.0
968: [09:05:17] <Pyromanik> there are many classes that start with the words "GridField"
969: [09:05:25] <Robke> ohok :D
970: [09:05:27] <Pyromanik> you can't download just one.
971: [09:05:29] <Robke> so i need bulkupload
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973: [09:05:38] <Pyromanik> it only serves to confuse your problem to me.
974: [09:07:02] <Robke> ok i'll try to explain one more time :)
975: [09:07:11] <Robke> im using SS 3.1.1
976: [09:07:20] <Robke> i need BulkUpload
977: [09:07:46] <Robke> i wrote the code for this... the code is exactly as it was in 3.0.5 SS.
978: [09:08:02] <Robke> when i create a Product in CMS
979: [09:08:05] <Pyromanik> 3.1 is very different to 3.0, that doesn't mean much.
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981: [09:08:47] <Robke> i open tab called ProductPicture... pushing button called BulkUplaod...
982: [09:08:56] <Robke> everything works fine until i select images to uplaod
983: [09:09:07] <Robke> and then i got error on CMS... NOT FOUND
984: [09:09:34] <Robke> but in another project that is using the same github stuff and ss version
985: [09:09:39] <Robke> this bulkuplaod works...
986: [09:09:43] <Pyromanik> sounds like either your relations are set up wrong, or you're using the wrong kind of field, or you have permissions issues.
987: [09:09:46] <Robke> this the same code...
988: [09:10:02] <Robke> ok i'll check relationsship then...
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990: [09:18:21] <kinglozzer> Robke: Can you paste your relationships/dataobjects here: http://pastie.org/?
991: [09:20:18] <Robke> wiat a min :)
992: [09:20:22] <Robke> wait...
993: [09:21:41] <Robke> http://pastie.org/8509310
994: [09:23:29] <Robke> so is there any mistakes? :)
995: [09:23:56] <kinglozzer> Well, they're all public static instead of private static
996: [09:24:12] <kinglozzer> $db, $has_one, $has_many and $many_many all need to be 'private static' in 3.1
997: [09:24:21] <Robke> hm...
998: [09:24:30] <Robke> ok i'll try to change it
999: [09:26:28] <Robke> the same problem... :)
1000: [09:26:36] <kinglozzer> Wait, that should be a fatal error
1001: [09:26:42] <kinglozzer> Are you sure you're using 3.1?
1002: [09:26:45] <Robke> nope :)
1003: [09:27:17] <Robke> ss and cms versions shown as 3.1.1
1004: [09:27:22] <Robke> in admin panel
1005: [09:27:22] <Robke> :)
1006: [09:28:52] <kinglozzer> Well anyway, change them to private static and do a /dev/build?flush=1
1007: [09:29:51] <Robke> i deleted classes from phpadmin :)
1008: [09:30:25] <Robke> and that not helped :)
1009: [09:30:33] <Robke> i will burn myself :D
1010: [09:31:16] <kinglozzer> What? I don't even know what you mean by 'deleted classes from phpadmin'...
1011: [09:32:03] <Robke> i went to my database :) and deleted old versions of contacts :)
1012: [09:35:55] <kinglozzer> Robke: http://pastie.org/8509324 try that
1013: [09:36:31] <kinglozzer> And remember to do a /dev/build?flush=1
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1019: [09:39:04] <Robke> copied flushed and got the same problem... i think its something broken inside my project... :/
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1021: [09:42:01] <kinglozzer> Robke: Download cms & framework 3.1.2 and try again, I'm sure you should've been getting an error about public static vs private static
1022: [09:42:55] <Robke> ok i'll try :) thanks guys for your help :)
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1025: [10:01:54] <kinglozzer> Can you configure APC differently for each vhost on a server?
1026: [10:02:34] <kinglozzer> Or directory, would probably be a better way of phrasing it
1027: [10:02:56] <ss23> What kind of configuration optoion would you want to change? o.o
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1029: [10:03:36] <kinglozzer> I don't :P I'm just curious :)
1030: [10:04:02] <Colin[pi]> if it aint broke dont fix it ;D
1031: [10:04:08] <ss23> kinglozzer: I can't think of any configuration options that would really make sense to change on a per-vhost option
1032: [10:04:14] <ss23> there's, what, amount of memory to use?
1033: [10:06:28] <kinglozzer> Well, I was wondering about disabling apc.stat for one vhost
1034: [10:07:49] <ss23> hmm
1035: [10:07:50] <ss23> Not sure
1036: [10:08:38] <Colin[pi]> kinglozzer: i think teh APC config options are server-wide, no?
1037: [10:10:40] <kinglozzer> Well that's what I thought. Google suggests that I might be able to set php_flag[apc.stat] = 0 in vhost.conf, though
1038: [10:10:51] <Colin[pi]> or
1039: [10:10:52] <Colin[pi]> yeah
1040: [10:10:58] <Colin[pi]> php_flag apc.stat Off
1041: [10:11:00] <Colin[pi]> or something
1042: [10:11:06] <Colin[pi]> in the .htaccess
1043: [10:11:12] <Colin[pi]> or vhost config
1044: [10:11:14] <Colin[pi]> did you try that?
1045: [10:11:50] <kinglozzer> Nah, the site I wanna try it on isn't live yet (we haven't even started building it)
1046: [10:11:53] <kinglozzer> Might try it on my dev machine
1047: [10:11:58] <kinglozzer> If I get time
1048: [10:21:03] <Colin[pi]> opinions: parallax scrolling effects in web designs, cool or shit?
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1050: [10:30:35] <kinglozzer> Colin[pi]: Shit, unless it's more of an 'infographic' or something
1051: [10:30:51] <Colin[pi]> hmm yeah I'm trending towards shit
1052: [10:31:03] <Colin[pi]> looks "oooh" for about 5 seconds and then annoys the shit out of me
1053: [10:31:15] <kinglozzer> It works brilliantly in some situations, for on 'normal' websites it just makes you feel sick after 10 seconds
1054: [10:31:19] <kinglozzer> :P
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1056: [10:31:40] <kinglozzer> Like this: http://www.cabletv.com/the-walking-dead is awesome
1057: [10:31:50] <kinglozzer> Not really 'parallax' as such, but still awesome
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1065: [10:49:25] <Colin[pi]> kinglozzer: yeah that one is pretty cool
1066: [10:50:37] <Colin[pi]> this type of effect makes me nauseous:
1067: [10:50:38] <Colin[pi]> http://www.commongroundcreative.com/our-story/
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1070: [10:56:58] <Robke> is this thing:https://github.com/colymba/GridFieldBulkEditingTools compatible with SS 3.1.1? :)
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1073: [10:59:08] <r3v3rb> hi guys, need some advice for a quote ;)
1074: [10:59:09] <samthejarvis> Getting 304 not modifieds when requesting cms pages, anyone come across this?
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1077: [11:05:48] <r3v3rb> how much would you be likely to charge for something like this: Full CMS, Bespoke Course Management Module with Online Payments/Offline stuff, Addition of Newsletter Module, Blog System, Social Network Feeds etc etc
1078: [11:06:00] <r3v3rb> fully responsive + design required
1079: [11:06:35] <r3v3rb> payment system requires email confirmations for all naturally
1080: [11:07:12] <r3v3rb> client is central london btw...
1081: [11:08:19] <samthejarvis> what would the "offline stuff" entail?
1082: [11:08:54] <samthejarvis> campaignmonitor/mailchimp for your newsletters, surely?
1083: [11:09:31] <r3v3rb> samthejarvis: being able to add a attendees and payment status manually
1084: [11:09:52] <r3v3rb> samthejarvis: they dont want to use those systems :\ I asked them specifically
1085: [11:10:22] <samthejarvis> r3v3rb: heh, righto
1086: [11:10:22] <r3v3rb> so its the SS newsletter module... they only have a few hundred people on their mailing list
1087: [11:10:49] <samthejarvis> planning on using SS2.4?
1088: [11:11:00] <samthejarvis> or whichever version has a supported newsletter module
1089: [11:11:02] <r3v3rb> nooooooo, 3.1
1090: [11:11:14] <r3v3rb> newsletter was updated wasn't it?
1091: [11:11:24] <samthejarvis> ah, nice, it was
1092: [11:11:32] <samthejarvis> well that's brilliant
1093: [11:12:38] <r3v3rb> samthejarvis: how did you not know!?!
1094: [11:14:38] <samthejarvis> i don't watch it on github, no other way to know :>
1095: [11:15:25] <r3v3rb> Woot, I must be sadder than I thought - I have them all added to my github app...
1096: [11:15:39] <samthejarvis> so, still, can't really help with a quote, seems like a fairly large project, assuming it's freelance?
1097: [11:15:46] <r3v3rb> go on then, whats your rough price then?
1098: [11:16:24] <r3v3rb> samthejarvis: I still charge according to agencies where possible ;)
1099: [11:16:41] <r3v3rb> same amount of work involved just less people to feed
1100: [11:16:54] <samthejarvis> and you'll quoting for and doing front end work too, design, concepts?
1101: [11:17:04] <samthejarvis> heh
1102: [11:17:04] <r3v3rb> total package yes
1103: [11:18:43] <samthejarvis> sounds like about 3-4 weeks work, if you're being thorough
1104: [11:18:55] <samthejarvis> then it's down to your hourly rate
1105: [11:19:31] <r3v3rb> fair enough £40k it is!
1106: [11:19:34] <r3v3rb> lol
1107: [11:19:39] <samthejarvis> heh
1108: [11:19:44] * r3v3rb is very expensive
1109: [11:20:00] <samthejarvis> client expectations can change all of this, have you any experience managing expectations?
1110: [11:20:25] <r3v3rb> every job
1111: [11:20:33] <svandragt> "Bespoke Course Management Module with Online Payments/Offline stuff", I work in further education and built a course management platform using silverstripe, now probably it is more complex than your client's but this can take months by itself depending on scope :)
1112: [11:21:01] <samthejarvis> yeah, i was going to ask about the course management platform next
1113: [11:21:21] <r3v3rb> i've been self employed for 4 years now producing sites and web backends for various clients - just wanted to see if my figures seemed realistic which they doo
1114: [11:21:24] <samthejarvis> how would you rate your own, well, quality of work, in terms of design and development?
1115: [11:22:23] <r3v3rb> svandragt: very simple system required to create a course with XX places and take a payment online to signup. once all courses finished that's it until the next course is created
1116: [11:23:45] <svandragt> r3v3rb: Do you know the structure of a course? I assume you won't run multiple instances of a course, over different locations? or change the price over time (run a course with the old price but next year with the new price) etc
1117: [11:23:58] <r3v3rb> samthejarvis: reasonable, I've built sites for companies in the medical industry, car insurance industry and whoever else asks to be honest. No complaints so far... also built some multinational sites using ss
1118: [11:24:37] <r3v3rb> svandragt: no they are one-offs each time, so the client might load up 5 courses running from june through november but each one is a seperate entity
1119: [11:24:54] <svandragt> r3v3rb: also are the places on courses filled immediately on payment or subject to other checks if so there is a workflow ?
1120: [11:25:13] <svandragt> r3v3rb: sounds like the job I envy then hehe :)
1121: [11:25:15] <r3v3rb> svandragt: on payment only, no other checks required - simple stuff
1122: [11:25:43] <r3v3rb> pagetype+do for attendees storing payment status etc
1123: [11:26:32] <r3v3rb> shall add some other stuff to automatically assign them to the newsletter system to on payment blah blah blah... :)
1124: [11:26:51] <svandragt> not worked with payments myself, but I guess dealing with the edge cases is the biggest problem for you, for example if payment fails.
1125: [11:27:50] <r3v3rb> svandragt: done integrations with SagePay, PayPal and CardSave in the last three months so handling the WorldPay system will not be a challenge
1126: [11:29:27] <r3v3rb> svandragt: paypal for example has some great IPN examples - I would only add a member to the site when the IPN confirms the transaction - the beauty of that is the IPN will also callback on a chargeback so you can remove them if the cancel payment after
1127: [11:29:42] <r3v3rb> they* cancel
1128: [11:31:31] <r3v3rb> my quote came out at around £6k so I think thats a fair price
1129: [11:31:39] <r3v3rb> we shall see
1130: [11:33:51] <kinglozzer> r3v3rb: Sounds fair to me
1131: [11:34:18] <r3v3rb> kinglozzer: ;) split 50/50 if you do it and I take all the flack from the client?
1132: [11:34:49] <r3v3rb> I'm tiring of producing the work but love the sales side of life!
1133: [11:34:52] <r3v3rb> heh
1134: [11:35:18] <kinglozzer> Haha, I'd love to but I'm far too busy :P
1135: [11:35:25] <kinglozzer> Yeah project management seems to be the way forward ;)
1136: [11:35:54] <r3v3rb> kinglozzer: I think its called 'starting a company' and 'employing people' eek!
1137: [11:36:35] <kinglozzer> D:
1138: [11:39:33] <r3v3rb> lol, lets see how that quote goes down - sent to client!
1139: [11:41:14] <ss23> 00:34:49 < r3v3rb> I'm tiring of producing the work but love the sales side of life!
1140: [11:41:17] <ss23> :O
1141: [11:41:19] <ss23> TRAITOR, GET OUT!
1142: [11:41:43] <r3v3rb> ss23: lol :D
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1144: [11:43:05] <r3v3rb> ss23: it's more to do with time than anything else, I can get the work but then spend as much time in client liason as coding... if I had coders producing I could double/triple the work I took on...
1145: [11:43:08] <r3v3rb> I think ;)
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1155: [12:42:20] <Robke> PHP Fatal error: Class 'GridFieldBulkImageUpload' not found in /var/www/e-commerce/mysite/code/Contacts.php on line 22, referer: http://localhost/e-commerce/admin/pages/edit/show/127
1156: [12:43:17] <Robke> the code looks like: http://pastie.org/8509695
1157: [12:43:44] <Robke> i added from github GridFieldBulkEditingTools
1158: [12:43:51] <kinglozzer> Robke: Do a /dev/build
1159: [12:43:57] <Robke> run dev/build?flush=all
1160: [12:44:03] <Robke> and got hte same problem
1161: [12:44:16] <Robke> i feel terrible...
1162: [12:44:57] <Robke> flushed CMS
1163: [12:45:07] <Robke> del/build
1164: [12:45:16] <Robke> dev/build?flush=all
1165: [12:45:31] <Robke> and nothing... whats wrong with this versions... :/
1166: [12:46:03] <kinglozzer> Robke: Well, it can't find that class - so check whether GridFieldBulkImageUpload.php exists
1167: [12:46:19] <Robke> yes it is...
1168: [12:46:39] <Robke> http://pastie.org/8509701
1169: [12:46:51] <kinglozzer> If it does, and it's still not being detected after /dev/build?flush=all, then try deleting your silverstripe-cache folder
1170: [12:46:52] <Robke> its from master
1171: [12:46:59] <Robke> ok
1172: [12:47:58] <Robke> hm... i dont see any folder called something like cashe... ://
1173: [12:48:13] <Robke> maybe its hidden? :) if yes how to find it in linux? :D
1174: [12:48:19] <Robke> cache...
1175: [12:49:56] <Robke> ctrl + h dont help :D
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1177: [12:52:56] <Robke> i liked ss 3.0.5 much more then this one... :D
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1179: [13:02:23] <kinglozzer> Robke: If it's not in your document root, it might be in /var/tmp
1180: [13:02:27] * kinglozzer lunch
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1182: [13:02:47] <Robke> thanks :)
1183: [13:03:57] <micmania1> There was a vulnerability with 2.4.5. Anybody know what it was?
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1186: [13:05:24] <Colin[pi]_Mac> micmania1: it'd be listed In the security releases docs on the SS site, no?
1187: [13:05:36] <Robke> kinglozzer i got the same problem... can anybody show me a link which kind of gridfieldbulkeditingtools do yo use? :)
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1195: [14:02:26] <hubertusanton> anybody succesfully added new link types to ss tinymce link dialog?
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1198: [14:31:15] <kinglozzer> Anyone using APC with SilverStripe and have any tips? apc.shm_size = 256M, and it's just filling it in the space of about 5 minutes
1199: [14:31:38] <kinglozzer> Server has 16gb memory, so I guess would could increase it more
1200: [14:32:21] <kinglozzer> Is it a good idea to target apc.ttl to be roughly the length of time it takes to fill the cache? So it replaces those expired files rather than dumping the whole cache?
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1203: [14:38:20] <micmania1> anybody seen this? http://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/29290/
1204: [14:43:29] <kinglozzer> :|
1205: [14:44:54] <lewellyn> micmania1: i'm too lazy to compile. you have it working?
1206: [14:45:05] <micmania1> nope, one of our servers got attacked with it.
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1208: [14:45:24] <micmania1> basically, its a massive vulnerability in some versions of php
1209: [14:45:29] <micmania1> which allows remote code execution
1210: [14:46:39] <kinglozzer> Ouch. At a glance, presumably the /cgi-bin/ directory needs to be present for it to work, right?
1211: [14:47:11] <micmania1> curl -v -d "-d allow_url_include=on -d safe_mode=off -d suhosin.simulation=on -d disable_functions="" -d open_basedir=none -d auto_prepend_file=php://input -d cgi.force_redirect=0 -d cgi.redirect_status_env=0 -n" http://www.mysite.com/cgi-bin/php5
1212: [14:47:22] <lewellyn> kinglozzer: looks like
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1214: [14:47:55] <lewellyn> so it looks like it's very much not likely to affect me ;)
1215: [14:48:04] <micmania1> not sure. it opens an input stream. What the script does that the curl request doesn't is feeds the input with a php script
1216: [14:48:33] <lewellyn> micmania1: if you're not using php-cgi, i don't see how you'd be affected ;)
1217: [14:48:47] <micmania1> a yeah, we're using it lol
1218: [14:48:58] <lewellyn> i'm using nginx+php-fpm
1219: [14:49:01] <lewellyn> and php 5.5.
1220: [14:49:34] <lewellyn> up to date tends to mean less vulnerable
1221: [14:49:51] <lewellyn> except in the case of one old server lying around here... it's too old for most exploits :)
1222: [14:50:12] <micmania1> its fixed in php 5.5
1223: [14:53:48] <lewellyn> of course.
1224: [15:00:22] <kinglozzer> http://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/29316/ same exploit I think
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1226: [15:03:40] <micmania1> yep, looks like it
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1235: [16:26:39] <catcher> Decorator extension methods are applied after the decorated class. How then can a decorated class override the decorator's method?
1236: [16:27:45] <catcher> i.e. Decorator's updateCMSFields() is called after the decorated class's getCMSFields, but I want the decorated class to have the final say.
1237: [16:40:05] <kinglozzer> catcher: You can't overload the entire method with the extension
1238: [16:43:20] <kinglozzer> APC has broken everything
1239: [16:43:22] * kinglozzer cries
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1242: [16:57:27] <micmania1> catcher, wasn't it you who fixed that in mym blog module?
1243: [16:58:48] <micmania1> https://github.com/micmania1/silverstripe-blogger/blob/master/model/BlogPost.php#L63 - beforeUpdateCMSFields ?
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1256: [19:17:33] <antmas> mornin
1257: [19:18:03] <catcher> 'afternoon
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1260: [19:27:09] <antmas> haha
1261: [19:27:11] <antmas> holy crap
1262: [19:27:20] <antmas> singer from Lost Prophets
1263: [19:27:23] <antmas> crazy news
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1268: [19:38:40] <catcher> wow, that's horrific
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1270: [19:40:47] <antmas> catcher: the news?
1271: [19:41:02] <catcher> yeah, crazy
1272: [19:41:05] <antmas> I used to listen to that band in High School :(
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1276: [20:04:34] <simon_w> irogue23, you didn't accept my endorsement for sleepwear? Disappoint :p
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1282: [20:14:47] <Pyromanik> URGH
1283: [20:14:59] <zippy__> AHRH!
1284: [20:15:03] <zippy__> Wednesdayt
1285: [20:15:07] <Ryan-Toast> RABBLE RABBLE
1286: [20:18:26] <Ryan-Toast> Who else saw Catching fire last night? I actually quite enjoyed it.
1287: [20:19:34] <makrolon> hm, i'm trying to get silverstripe-flexslider to work but all i'm getting is errors in apache log, "PHP Warning: None of these templates can be found in theme 'simple': FlexSlider.ss in /var/www/foobar/framework/view/SSViewer.php on line 735"
1288: [20:19:45] <makrolon> any pointers?
1289: [20:19:49] <zippy__> makrolon: flush
1290: [20:19:55] <makrolon> done that
1291: [20:20:01] <makrolon> several times ;)
1292: [20:20:16] <zippy__> Well, FlexSlider.ss can't be found, have you checked where it is?
1293: [20:20:52] <Ryan-Toast> Flex slider's too big these days :(
1294: [20:20:55] <makrolon> it is in flexslider/templates/Includes/FlexSlider.ss
1295: [20:20:57] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: was it better than the first?
1296: [20:21:07] <Colin[pi]> (wouldn't be difficult! ;P)
1297: [20:21:09] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Yeah, I thought the first one was pretty meh
1298: [20:21:16] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: but this one was really good.
1299: [20:21:23] <makrolon> tried copyin it under the simple theme as well (and flushing)
1300: [20:21:32] <zippy__> Ryan-Toast: So you went back for seconds, brave!
1301: [20:21:45] <Ryan-Toast> zippy__: The mrs wanted to see it.
1302: [20:21:51] <Ryan-Toast> zippy__: Dem brownie points.
1303: [20:22:07] <Colin[pi]> lol, "doesn't matter, had sex"
1304: [20:22:08] <Colin[pi]> ;D
1305: [20:22:16] <Pyromanik> legit
1306: [20:22:16] <zippy__> Thats what we like to think, but really we know we have no choice ;-)
1307: [20:23:23] <Pyromanik> wait, there's a module for a specific javascript script?
1308: [20:23:25] <Pyromanik> o.0
1309: [20:23:31] <Ryan-Toast> zippy__: Haha, yeah. It was surprisingly good though, much better story arch, and the charters weren't as retarded as the first one.
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1311: [20:23:39] <Pyromanik> who's terrible idea was that?
1312: [20:23:45] <Ryan-Toast> characters**
1313: [20:23:56] <makrolon> https://github.com/lx-berlin/silverstripe-flexslider
1314: [20:23:59] <Pyromanik> first one was shit
1315: [20:24:06] <Pyromanik> Ryan-Toast
1316: [20:24:13] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: Agreed.
1317: [20:24:19] <Pyromanik> I can't believe I'm admitting to having seen it
1318: [20:24:28] <Pyromanik> bitches love that shit though, nfi why
1319: [20:24:28] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: Look at me paint my whole body to look like a rock....
1320: [20:24:40] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: Because love story.
1321: [20:24:41] <Pyromanik> it's pretty much rambo but with a woman
1322: [20:24:45] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: And strong female lead.
1323: [20:24:46] <Pyromanik> and some soppy bullshit in the middle
1324: [20:25:02] <Pyromanik> also a COMPLETE plagurisation of Battle Royale
1325: [20:25:11] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: I don't mind seeing Jennifer Lawrence in eyeliner for 2 and half hours though.
1326: [20:25:16] <Pyromanik> just watch that instead, actually good and no sequels.
1327: [20:25:20] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: That girl is classy as fuck.
1328: [20:25:31] <Pyromanik> Ryan-Toast: :< I must be getting old :S
1329: [20:25:41] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: She's my age, so I dig it :P
1330: [20:25:51] <Pyromanik> I don't care much for her, plus I place it in the 'too young' cagetory
1331: [20:26:01] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: Divide your age by 2, add 7.
1332: [20:26:04] <Pyromanik> despite her probably being older than she looks (and closer to my age)
1333: [20:26:08] <Pyromanik> Ryan-Toast: ha
1334: [20:26:24] <Ryan-Toast> wiki says she's 23.
1335: [20:26:24] <Pyromanik> Ryan-Toast: would rather just not watch shit movies
1336: [20:26:37] <Pyromanik> eh, only 6 years
1337: [20:27:55] <Pyromanik> as I say, actually ok, buty still creepy feeling :<
1338: [20:28:12] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: You're within the x/2+7 rule: http://i.imgur.com/TCd4N4D.gif
1339: [20:28:19] <Pyromanik> also she didn't look good in the first one
1340: [20:28:27] <Pyromanik> to me
1341: [20:30:11] <Ryan-Toast> I was glad to see the girl from Donnie darko is still acting.
1342: [20:30:22] <Ryan-Toast> I had a massive crush on her when I was younger.
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1344: [20:32:59] <Pyromanik> o wut?
1345: [20:33:17] <Pyromanik> theres a girl in donnie darkko
1346: [20:33:18] <Pyromanik> ?
1347: [20:33:25] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: The one who dies.
1348: [20:33:37] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: Run over by Frank.
1349: [20:33:48] <Pyromanik> I thought there was just a dude named donnie and a creepy as fuck space zombie rabbit
1350: [20:34:25] <Pyromanik> D: !!!!!!
1351: [20:34:36] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: !!!!!
1352: [20:34:37] <Pyromanik> fffff left headphones at home!
1353: [20:34:46] <Pyromanik> fuck!
1354: [20:34:49] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: Jesus, sparkle motion grew up: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0153738/
1355: [20:34:54] <Pyromanik> zm all day D: !
1356: [20:35:07] <Pyromanik> who Ryan-Toast ?
1357: [20:35:08] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: Lol, fuck that.
1358: [20:35:14] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: Donnies little sister.
1359: [20:35:29] <Pyromanik> o
1360: [20:35:56] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: I brought a pair of headphones for work so that would never happen.
1361: [20:36:03] <Pyromanik> yeh that tends to happen to little girls :<
1362: [20:36:17] <Pyromanik> Ryan-Toast: thought about it
1363: [20:36:22] <Pyromanik> never did :<
1364: [20:36:29] <Pyromanik> $$ and shit
1365: [20:36:45] <Ryan-Toast> Pyromanik: Yeah, decent headphones aren't cheap.
1366: [20:37:11] <Pyromanik> so like
1367: [20:37:50] <Pyromanik> url_actions 'SearchForm' => 'handleAction' isn't working
1368: [20:37:52] <Pyromanik> what do?
1369: [20:37:55] <Pyromanik> well, it works.
1370: [20:38:04] <Pyromanik> all the same inputs, selections, etc.
1371: [20:38:22] <Pyromanik> but output is just "DataList" instead of the whole Page_results.ss
1372: [20:39:34] <Pyromanik> lol zm says that critics say that new miley cyrus video "will make you throw up in your mouth"
1373: [20:40:12] <Pyromanik> I think they probably live a very sheltered life
1374: [20:40:16] * Pyromanik mehs
1375: [20:41:06] <Pyromanik> oh, no "latest request params" when directing directly to searchform
1376: [20:41:44] <Pyromanik> but that shouldn't matter from what I see :(
1377: [20:43:08] <simon_w> Having to clean lock values from memcache that didn't get cleaned automatically makes me miss redid even more
1378: [20:43:32] <Pyromanik> oic forms action never calls, weird
1379: [20:43:53] <simon_w> Pyromanik, 'SearchForm' => 'handleAction' means no $Action and SearchForm gets consumed
1380: [20:44:22] <simon_w> So will go call index()
1381: [20:44:52] <Pyromanik> simon_w: really?
1382: [20:45:11] <simon_w> yes
1383: [20:45:13] <Pyromanik> so howcome I dont get any templated output?
1384: [20:45:27] <simon_w> Because your index() is weird?
1385: [20:45:33] <Pyromanik> also, can I make it not consume>?
1386: [20:45:43] <Pyromanik> simon_w: is no index
1387: [20:45:49] <simon_w> just use the default url_handler?
1388: [20:45:54] <Pyromanik> is default :<
1389: [20:46:07] <simon_w> 'SearchForm' => 'handleAction' isn't default
1390: [20:46:22] <Pyromanik> simon_w: but I have other rules defined to override stuff.
1391: [20:46:39] <simon_w> so 'SearchForm' => 'SearchForm'
1392: [20:46:43] <Pyromanik> works brilliantly except that now when searching on said page, 404 instead of results
1393: [20:47:22] <Pyromanik> simon_w: oh, I do hve that. You were right, it was index on handleAction, I changed it already and forgot :<
1394: [20:47:39] <Pyromanik> private static $url_handlers = array(
1395: [20:47:40] <Pyromanik> 'SearchForm' => 'SearchForm',
1396: [20:48:08] <Pyromanik> it calls the SearchForm as it should
1397: [20:48:14] <Pyromanik> which returns a form
1398: [20:48:19] <Pyromanik> but the action doesn't fire :<
1399: [20:48:53] <zippy__> farkkk!
1400: [20:49:08] <zippy__> cup of coffee over keyboard
1401: [20:49:21] <Pyromanik> LOL!
1402: [20:49:32] * Pyromanik claps
1403: [20:49:42] * zippy__ wins the prize
1404: [20:49:55] <Colin[pi]> done that... more than once :(
1405: [20:50:15] <Pyromanik> simon_w: this is the entire output :<
1406: [20:50:17] <Pyromanik> http://sspaste.com/paste/show/5295074f1e66a
1407: [20:50:35] <Pyromanik> (with debug_request set also)
1408: [20:51:03] <Pyromanik> (otherwise it's just "DataList")
1409: [20:51:26] <Pyromanik> simon_w: would/could it be an issue with the form being made in the controller, but the action being in an extension?
1410: [20:51:47] <simon_w> Yes
1411: [20:51:54] <Pyromanik> or rather, the above in combination with the url_handler
1412: [20:51:59] <Pyromanik> since it works fine normally :<
1413: [20:52:08] <Pyromanik> (on other pages)
1414: [20:52:08] <Ryan-Toast> turns out ToggleCompositeFields don't like having numbers in their names.
1415: [20:53:05] <Pyromanik> ah shit, it's because I have another controller function, derp
1416: [20:53:24] <Pyromanik> searchform looks for 'results', I have a controller function named 'Results'
1417: [20:53:27] <Pyromanik> derp :<
1418: [20:53:33] <Pyromanik> thanks simon_w
1419: [20:53:37] <Pyromanik> for help
1420: [20:55:38] <Pyromanik> lol radio ad for perscriptionless adrenaline? idk
1421: [20:56:14] <Colin[pi]> wat
1422: [20:56:34] <Colin[pi]> dammit microsoft
1423: [20:56:36] <Colin[pi]> you had one job
1424: [20:56:43] <Colin[pi]> make win8.1 easy to fresh install
1425: [20:56:44] <Colin[pi]> but NO
1426: [20:57:08] <Colin[pi]> in order to make a bootable disc, I need to
1427: [20:57:15] <Colin[pi]> download the win8 setup
1428: [20:57:20] <Colin[pi]> start downloading win8
1429: [20:57:22] <Colin[pi]> cancel that
1430: [20:57:27] <Colin[pi]> download the 8.1 setup
1431: [20:57:31] <Colin[pi]> start downloading that
1432: [20:57:37] <Colin[pi]> then make a USB bootable
1433: [20:57:44] <Colin[pi]> then install with a fake client key
1434: [20:57:51] <Colin[pi]> (as it wont accept the 8 key)
1435: [20:57:59] <Colin[pi]> then change to my legit key after installation
1436: [20:58:06] <Colin[pi]> gg microsoft, you have outdone yourselves
1437: [20:59:10] <zippy__> ah0 sh0it
1438: [20:59:18] <zippy__> keyboard is going full 5retard 5now
1439: [20:59:28] <Colin[pi]> LOL
1440: [20:59:34] <Colin[pi]> full of coffee will do that
1441: [20:59:58] <zippy__> nuts
1442: [21:00:10] <zippy__> looks5 like5 i5 win5 a5 new5 keyboard
1443: [21:00:38] <zippy__> l33t5 speak5mode5 enabled
1444: [21:03:49] <Colin[pi]> my last kb didnt recover from it's coffee bath :(
1445: [21:03:59] <zippy__> yea I think that one is fucked now
1446: [21:04:21] <zippy__> thank god still for sale , http://www.ascent.co.nz/productspecification.aspx?ItemID=390927
1447: [21:04:25] <Colin[pi]> but what's worse is that I've done it before lol, ppl usually learn from mistakes, right?
1448: [21:04:36] <antmas> $102?
1449: [21:04:41] <antmas> seems high...
1450: [21:05:03] <Colin[pi]> it's about right
1451: [21:05:06] <Colin[pi]> because illuminated
1452: [21:05:14] <zippy__> yea, it's a real nice keyboard
1453: [21:05:46] <zippy__> add that to client invoice -> Misc parts ;-)
1454: [21:05:58] <antmas> I guess so, I don't like the idea of 'whisper quiet' thouhg
1455: [21:06:15] <zippy__> good at night in the house when the office is close to the bed room of the misses
1456: [21:06:29] <zippy__> my old keyboard to clunky, and I work with the light off, touch typing can only get you so far
1457: [21:06:30] <Colin[pi]> haha mine now is impossible for that... TAKA TAKA TAKA TAKA TAKA TAKA
1458: [21:06:36] <Colin[pi]> mechanical
1459: [21:06:59] <antmas> I don't even computer at home :/
1460: [21:07:50] <simon_w> Must try not to type trade me as tardme so much
1461: [21:08:16] <zippy__> simon_w: http://store.apple.com/nz/product/MB110LL/B/apple-keyboard-with-numeric-keypad-english-usa?fnode=56 looks nice but not backlit
1462: [21:08:56] <Colin[pi]> my apple kb is backlit but it has a macbook pro attached to it :)
1463: [21:08:59] <simon_w> zippy__, And?
1464: [21:09:20] <zippy__> simon_w: means it's inferior
1465: [21:09:20] <simon_w> It's an external keyboard. Turn the light on if you can't touch type on it.
1466: [21:09:56] <simon_w> http://shop.daskeyboard.com/collections/frontpage/products/das-keyboard-ultimate-model-s
1467: [21:10:05] <simon_w> Isn't backlit nor does it have anything printed on it
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1470: [21:10:14] <simon_w> Is regarded as one of the best keyboards around
1471: [21:11:02] <Colin[pi]> but.. no.. inscriptions. why?
1472: [21:11:05] <antmas> simon_w: I don't get why they don't at least print on it
1473: [21:11:17] <antmas> elitist BS
1474: [21:11:32] <zippy__> I knew a guy that took off all his letters to learn to touch type, and loves it like that now
1475: [21:11:37] <simon_w> Supports multiple keyboard layouts, teaches you to actually touch type
1476: [21:11:40] <zippy__> too hardcore for me
1477: [21:12:01] <Colin[pi]> yeah but you dont bloody touch type all of the keys
1478: [21:12:20] <Colin[pi]> it's nice to occasionally see some of the more obscure ones I don't use often ;P
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1480: [21:12:47] <simon_w> Or, just learn where they all are? :p
1481: [21:13:08] <simon_w> My main problem with switching to a das is that I've gotten used to having 19 F keys
1482: [21:13:20] <simon_w> Also, media keys
1483: [21:13:23] <Colin[pi]> nah completely blank kb is just stupid imho
1484: [21:13:30] <Colin[pi]> I get it for the alpha keys, but the rest.. pfft
1485: [21:13:41] <simon_w> You don't know where the others are? ;p
1486: [21:13:51] <Colin[pi]> i know their vague direction SIR
1487: [21:13:53] <simon_w> If you want inscriptions, go for a "professional" model
1488: [21:14:28] <simon_w> Anyway, time to try this trade me connectivity malarky
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1490: [21:18:08] <antmas> DAS keyboards are ugly as sin too :P
1491: [21:19:05] <antmas> those stock photos on the site are amazing
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1493: [21:20:32] <Colin[pi]> uh huh: http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0152/0433/products/Cartoon_Heropage_1024x1024.jpg
1494: [21:21:52] <simon_w> It doesn't say if they're the same guy
1495: [21:22:31] <Colin[pi]> also I see they use shopify
1496: [21:23:07] * antmas looks lustily at Razer Black Widow
1497: [21:23:25] * simon_w is waiting for a neural interface
1498: [21:23:39] <Colin[pi]> antmas: that's what I'm using
1499: [21:24:23] <antmas> Colin[pi]: rate it?
1500: [21:24:47] <Colin[pi]> love it, only complaint is that some of the inscriptions started to fade after a week of use
1501: [21:24:49] <antmas> we have dumb stock HP ones here :( came with my workstation
1502: [21:27:15] <antmas> if they didn't make the lighting green, I'd get one
1503: [21:27:26] <antmas> or can you switch?
1504: [21:27:28] <Colin[pi]> I think they have one you can change the colour
1505: [21:27:39] <antmas> Colin[pi]: :O, yellow would be best
1506: [21:28:00] <Colin[pi]> this is my one, it's green, can't change: http://www.razerzone.com/au-en/gaming-keyboards-keypads/razer-blackwidow/
1507: [21:28:39] <Colin[pi]> i'm sure there was another one which you could change
1508: [21:29:34] <antmas> nice
1509: [21:29:40] <antmas> green hurts my eyes
1510: [21:29:42] <antmas> :(
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1513: [21:31:01] <Colin[pi]> i should say mine is not backlit, just white writing on keys
1514: [21:31:08] <Colin[pi]> and the glowing thing at the bottom is green
1515: [21:31:45] <antmas> interesting they lit that logo and not the keys
1516: [21:31:54] <Colin[pi]> save cost I guess
1517: [21:32:05] <antmas> true, but leds are cheaper than air
1518: [21:32:14] <antmas> :P
1519: [21:32:28] <Colin[pi]> there is this one: http://www.razerzone.com/gaming-keyboards-keypads/razer-anansi/
1520: [21:32:55] <Colin[pi]> wait I dont think it's mechanicall
1521: [21:32:56] <Colin[pi]> -l
1522: [21:33:18] <antmas> plus, dafuq would put those macro keys down there
1523: [21:33:56] <ss23> 10:31:45 < antmas> interesting they lit that logo and not the keys
1524: [21:33:59] <ss23> this makes me rage so much
1525: [21:34:00] <ss23> like
1526: [21:34:04] <ss23> WORK ON THE SHIT THAT *MATTERS*
1527: [21:34:08] <Colin[pi]> lol
1528: [21:34:13] <ss23> I get they're pandering to noobs who want to be a "gamer", but still stupid
1529: [21:34:13] <Colin[pi]> their logo matters.. to them
1530: [21:34:18] <ss23> Just like fucking skullcandy and shit
1531: [21:34:19] <ss23> rawr
1532: [21:34:28] <antmas> blegh
1533: [21:34:31] <antmas> skullcandy
1534: [21:34:47] <antmas> "Beats by Dre"
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1537: [21:35:14] <antmas> zippy__: dat rain
1538: [21:35:20] <Colin[pi]> ah here they are antmas, the ducky keyboard are mechanical with uber customisable backlighting:
1539: [21:35:21] <Colin[pi]> http://www.duckychannel.com.tw/en/keybroad.html
1540: [21:35:27] <Colin[pi]> but not sure of the quality
1541: [21:35:42] <Colin[pi]> http://www.duckychannel.com.tw/en/DK9008_shine2.html
1542: [21:35:56] <antmas> Colin[pi]: seems...cheap
1543: [21:36:21] <Colin[pi]> http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/peripherals/2012/10/29/ducky-dk9008-shine-2-review/1
1544: [21:36:24] <Colin[pi]> 76% :\
1545: [21:36:28] <antmas> fail
1546: [21:36:44] <Colin[pi]> if razor made one like that I'd be all over that shit
1547: [21:37:27] <Colin[pi]> this one also: http://www.maxkeyboard.com/mechanical-keyboard.html
1548: [21:37:58] <antmas> that's a bit better
1549: [21:38:38] <ss23> Get a unicomp!
1550: [21:39:54] <antmas> ss23: to be honest
1551: [21:39:57] <antmas> ss23: kinda badass
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1553: [21:40:03] <ss23> :D
1554: [21:40:18] <antmas> then I'd be a REAL neckbeard
1555: [21:40:22] <ss23> XD
1556: [21:40:27] <ss23> Who writes .NET? I don't think so!
1557: [21:40:35] <Colin[pi]> OHHH SNAP
1558: [21:40:41] <antmas> ss23: hahaha
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1560: [21:40:55] <antmas> just a dirt moustache then
1561: [21:40:59] <antmas> dirty*
1562: [21:43:27] <ss23> :P
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1565: [21:47:29] <antmas> hmmm, wonder if NZ is doing the same http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2013/11/yes-apple-australia-is-having-a-black-friday-sale/
1566: [21:47:51] <antmas> huh, yes it seems
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1568: [21:48:05] <Colin[pi]> ehh
1569: [21:48:11] <Colin[pi]> prolly wont save much
1570: [21:48:56] <antmas> 10% probably
1571: [21:49:16] <Colin[pi]> better than nowt
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1574: [22:01:02] <Pyromanik> 2.71T - space remaining: 10Gb
1575: [22:01:05] <Pyromanik> lulx
1576: [22:01:08] <Pyromanik> lulz*
1577: [22:01:22] <antmas> Pyromanik: pron
1578: [22:01:31] <Pyromanik> antmas: designs :<
1579: [22:01:52] <antmas> Pyromanik: a whole mess of .psd and such?
1580: [22:01:54] <Pyromanik> thanks adoe.
1581: [22:01:58] <Pyromanik> adobe*
1582: [22:05:21] <Pyromanik> antmas: worse, vector formats.
1583: [22:05:42] <Pyromanik> adobe y u maek such large vector formats!?
1584: [22:06:36] <Pyromanik> mind you, that said they probably have a lot of linked high res shutterstock imagery associated with them.
1585: [22:07:02] <Pyromanik> jpegs build up after a while, but still, over 2Tb is a lot :<
1586: [22:07:14] <antmas> ugh vectors
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1588: [22:14:34] <antmas> holy crap
1589: [22:14:48] <antmas> Middle earth chrome experiment
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1592: [22:26:05] <spronk> ?
1593: [22:26:57] <Pyromanik> spronk: Like Mozilla's tech demos, only for chrome.
1594: [22:27:43] <Pyromanik> also antmas, if you want a wholey crap look up the citadel demo for asm.js
1595: [22:27:43] <Colin[pi]> has chrome got any better at rendering fonts yet?
1596: [22:27:59] <Pyromanik> Colin[pi]: I think you meant "has chrome got any better?"
1597: [22:28:02] <Pyromanik> and the answer is no.
1598: [22:28:08] <Pyromanik> resoundingly.
1599: [22:28:15] <Colin[pi]> ah, ok ;)
1600: [22:28:24] <zippy__> chrome>firefox
1601: [22:28:24] <spronk> wow
1602: [22:29:08] <Colin[pi]> I love firefox, but it's sloooow
1603: [22:29:21] <zippy__> firefox stopped leaking memory like a sieve?
1604: [22:29:23] <Colin[pi]> click a tab... *wait wait wait wait wait wait wait* THERE we go
1605: [22:29:56] <Colin[pi]> mine has 13 tabs and is at 575MB at the moment
1606: [22:30:15] <Colin[pi]> seems to not be increasing right now ;)
1607: [22:30:45] <Pyromanik> Colin[pi]: better than chrome. Load page FREEZE ENTIRE COMPUTER, wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait OK use your computer again, wait wait wait wait wait OK CHROME IS READY NOW
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1609: [22:31:12] <Pyromanik> zippy__: fuck'n sif. IE<Chrome.
1610: [22:31:39] <Colin[pi]> I hate to say it, but Safari on the new mac absolutely flies along :\
1611: [22:31:57] <Colin[pi]> pages render almost instantly
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1613: [22:33:24] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Too bad it doesn't have the depth of extensions.
1614: [22:34:10] <Colin[pi]> aye... there is no one browser it seems which has it all
1615: [22:34:33] <Colin[pi]> firefox comes very close for me, if they could just improve the sluggishness and memory issues
1616: [22:34:40] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Except IE, the best browser of them al /s
1617: [22:34:43] <Colin[pi]> LOL
1618: [22:34:51] <Colin[pi]> thebrowseryouusedtohate
1619: [22:34:53] <Colin[pi]> no wait I still do
1620: [22:35:22] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Hopefully now that IE11 will do nightly builds it won't be as horrid to support.
1621: [22:35:38] <Ryan-Toast> Though I find 10 has more bugs than 9 does ><
1622: [22:35:48] <Ryan-Toast> HOW DO YOU KEEP FUCKING THIS UP?
1623: [22:36:12] <Colin[pi]> I love how with each new version they are like "this time it's better", "no really", "this time seriously it's good", "ok haha just kidding, this time"
1624: [22:36:37] <Ryan-Toast> Yup.
1625: [22:37:06] <Ryan-Toast> Stupid maverick keeps disconnecting my servers when it goes to sleep ><
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1627: [22:37:25] <spronk> ugh
1628: [22:37:26] <spronk> yeah
1629: [22:37:26] <spronk> same
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1631: [22:37:37] <spronk> is pissing me off
1632: [22:37:44] <Colin[pi]> yeah that's annoying
1633: [22:37:53] <Ryan-Toast> spronk: I've checked all the right buttons in the advanced settings, but it still fucking does it.
1634: [22:38:22] <Ryan-Toast> The most annoying part is that it disconnects the terminal too, so you have to fucking ssh back in.
1635: [22:38:35] <Ryan-Toast> and do you sass, or whatever you were doing.
1636: [22:41:58] <antmas> Pyromanik: ah yeah, I remember that
1637: [22:42:02] <antmas> very cool
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1640: [22:48:45] <Colin[pi]> sigh why do people double-click submit buttons... WHY
1641: [22:48:58] * Colin[pi] goes to add onclick -> disable input jquery
1642: [22:49:18] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: is it ajax?
1643: [22:49:27] <Colin[pi]> no just a regular submit
1644: [22:50:04] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Should only fire one post then, shouldn't it?
1645: [22:50:36] <Pyromanik> ffffffffffffffff
1646: [22:50:38] <Pyromanik> http://api.silverstripe.org/3.1/source-class-MySQLDatabase.html#867
1647: [22:50:52] <Pyromanik> AND ClassName = 'File' !!!! :/
1648: [22:51:02] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: seems to fire two in this instance... :( but is ok, the jquery has prevented it
1649: [22:51:27] <Pyromanik> Ryan-Toast: nah, never. It's always been one per click.
1650: [22:51:50] <Colin[pi]> I sometimes stand behind clients showing them how to use the CMS
1651: [22:51:56] <Colin[pi]> and I watch them double-click everything
1652: [22:51:58] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Just make sure that if validation fires that you re-enble the button.
1653: [22:51:58] <Pyromanik> browser and spec thing, although many sites (and maybe even browsers these days) protect against it
1654: [22:52:04] <Pyromanik> eg, forums & double posting.
1655: [22:52:08] <Pyromanik> issues
1656: [22:52:09] <antmas> -_-
1657: [22:52:10] <Colin[pi]> and inside my brain I am like doing constant facepalms
1658: [22:52:15] <antmas> people that double click everything
1659: [22:52:23] <Pyromanik> Colin[pi]: because computers.
1660: [22:52:24] <Pyromanik> and derp
1661: [22:52:53] <Pyromanik> Colin[pi]: it's actually surprisingly MORE painful to watch someone try to use windows and SINGLE click shit on the desktop/in a folder.
1662: [22:53:04] <antmas> it's a great sign that to succesfully install a piece of software, one must hack the reg
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1664: [22:53:11] <Pyromanik> (when that "make windows for derpyfuckheads and my dad" option isn't enabled)
1665: [22:53:30] <Pyromanik> 11:53 < antmas> it's a great sign that to succesfully install a piece of software, one must hack the reg
1666: [22:53:41] <Pyromanik> lawl, or just buy a licence key :P
1667: [22:53:59] <antmas> Pyromanik: nah, some dumb MS office ribbon addon
1668: [22:54:09] <antmas> for our DMS
1669: [22:54:27] <Colin[pi]> how many of us have felt like this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fa9DLxDtPtc
1670: [22:55:00] <Ryan-Toast> Turns out my predecessor never tested a single site in IE, so I get to go and bug fix them all ><
1671: [22:55:44] <antmas> Colin[pi]: LOL
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1673: [22:56:29] <Pyromanik> Colin[pi]: I think the most exciting thing ever is when I hold my slaps back while watching OUR ACCOUNT MANAGERS do that.
1674: [22:57:05] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: So good.
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1676: [22:57:40] <liam> how can I add a custom button next to the save and delete in the CMS for a specific dataobject?
1677: [22:57:55] <Pyromanik> scroll bars with arrow buttons: clearly superior to the scroll wheel on the mouse.
1678: [22:58:14] <Pyromanik> Why did macos ever get rid of them?
1679: [22:58:19] <Pyromanik> HOW TO SCROLL
1680: [22:59:50] <antmas> another one
1681: [23:00:04] <antmas> when people use the number keys instead of the number pad
1682: [23:00:07] <antmas> o.O
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1684: [23:01:25] <Ryan-Toast> I too am interested i liam's question. How would you add custom buttons to the CMS. Would you just use a literal field?
1685: [23:01:59] <Pyromanik> antmas: not such a big deal
1686: [23:02:06] <Pyromanik> depends on how many numbers though.
1687: [23:02:11] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: actually, I'd like to know that too
1688: [23:02:24] <Pyromanik> ie, if you have a 20 - 40 char string of numbers to put in.... Y U NO NUMPAD
1689: [23:02:24] <antmas> Pyromanik: plus mac users
1690: [23:02:36] <Pyromanik> but just a password witha few num chars? meh.
1691: [23:02:53] <antmas> Pyromanik: yeah that I get
1692: [23:03:17] <Ryan-Toast> I have to use a Mac here, but I have a mechanical keyboard. Because fuck those other ones.
1693: [23:03:39] <Pyromanik> indeed
1694: [23:03:47] <Pyromanik> mac not so bad really, because still has terminal.
1695: [23:03:54] <Pyromanik> but keyboard... NO THX
1696: [23:03:55] <Ryan-Toast> and a proper mouse that I can't literally see giving me RSI.
1697: [23:04:05] <Pyromanik> UR NOT A LAPTOP, STOP PRETENDING ><
1698: [23:05:29] <simon_w> GAH! Wasted an hour trying to figure out why my oauth signature wasn't valid. I missed a single character in the key name.
1699: [23:05:30] <antmas> hmmmm
1700: [23:05:49] <Ryan-Toast> They all make fun of my mousepad, but they don't know how comfy it is: http://i.imgur.com/U05JAJh.jpg
1701: [23:06:13] <Colin[pi]> "bitches don't know bout mah mousepad"
1702: [23:06:20] <simon_w> Lol, mouse pads
1703: [23:06:33] <antmas> mous pads FTW
1704: [23:06:45] <Ryan-Toast> Shun the non-believer
1705: [23:07:02] <simon_w> That means using a mouse
1706: [23:07:03] <simon_w> Lols
1707: [23:07:24] <Ryan-Toast> Time to get some Subway.
1708: [23:08:46] <antmas> our other developer here probably uses a mouse 1% of the time o.O
1709: [23:08:56] <antmas> keyboard wizard
1710: [23:08:58] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: I am baking bread in my office
1711: [23:10:31] <antmas> fffff
1712: [23:10:35] <antmas> autocomplete
1713: [23:15:24] <antmas> I just want to return values that match starting from the 3rd character
1714: [23:16:04] <antmas> so a return value would be 'RD-StreetName' and the user could just enter 'St' and have it return
1715: [23:16:20] <antmas> instead of typing 'RD-Stblah'
1716: [23:16:31] <simon_w> Pfft, that's just what you thing you want
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1718: [23:17:39] <antmas> simon_w: ?
1719: [23:17:58] <simon_w> antmas, !
1720: [23:18:09] <zippy__> jebus!
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1722: [23:18:47] <antmas> ;__;
1723: [23:19:00] <antmas> I'm just bitchin'
1724: [23:19:42] <ss23> bitchin'!
1725: [23:19:47] <ss23> TIMOTE~
1726: [23:19:58] <liam> how can I add a custom button to my dataobject gridfieldeditform??
1727: [23:20:14] <guzzlefry> weird
1728: [23:20:18] <guzzlefry> I had to do that. :P
1729: [23:20:24] <guzzlefry> liam: There's a howto in the docs for that.
1730: [23:20:48] <guzzlefry> oh wait, you said editform
1731: [23:21:25] <liam> guzzlefry: hmm any ideas where? I have read a few docs that have related things but I haven't found a proper example...
1732: [23:23:52] <antmas> ah
1733: [23:23:58] <antmas> mustMatch was decprecated
1734: [23:24:52] <ss23> h8 postgres
1735: [23:25:05] <ss23> 8 minutes for a dev/build isn't normal
1736: [23:25:09] <ss23> But when using postgres it is.
1737: [23:25:27] <guzzlefry> ss23: That's called 'Getting it right the first time", bro.
1738: [23:25:36] <ss23> guzzlefry: Hmm?
1739: [23:25:42] <ss23> Site updates, bro!
1740: [23:25:43] <guzzlefry> Does that do proper foreign key stuff?
1741: [23:26:11] <ss23> What do you mean?
1742: [23:26:19] <ss23> Postgres and MySQL can do proper foreign key stuff
1743: [23:42:52] <simon_w> SilverStripe doesn't
1744: [23:43:11] <ss23> Trudat
1745: [23:43:19] <ss23> But it does make assumptions that the database is consistent anyway
1746: [23:46:21] * ss23 is now known as Snowman23
1747: [23:46:27] <Colin[pi]> lol just found in some of my old css:
1748: [23:46:29] <Colin[pi]> width: 100%; width: 99%\9; /* IE YOUR RENDERING IS BAD AND YOU SHOULD FEEL BAD */
1749: [23:46:41] <Snowman23> hahaha
1750: [23:52:03] <liam> anyone know how to get this example of a button in gridfield to work with a has_many related item? http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/518e3dc335c85

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