#silverstripe IRC Log

IRC log for 7 April 2014

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1: [00:00:09] <antmas> Colin[pi]: yeah top of south to bottom of noth
2: [00:00:11] <antmas> north*
3: [00:00:24] <Colin[pi]> you wouldn't drive?
4: [00:00:40] <antmas> Colin[pi]: corporate travel :D
5: [00:00:45] <Colin[pi]> OIC
6: [00:00:45] <Colin[pi]> :D
7: [00:01:01] <antmas> I'm not paying for any of it :D
8: [00:01:04] <antmas> sept booze
9: [00:01:15] <Colin[pi]> sweet
10: [00:03:25] <antmas> Colin[pi]: West Plaza is directly across the road from the venue
11: [00:03:31] <antmas> I'll probably go there
12: [00:04:31] <Colin[pi]> I wonder if my gf would like to come along
13: [00:04:45] <Colin[pi]> she'd have to amuse herself during the conf
14: [00:06:49] <ss23> BURGERFUEL~
15: [00:06:49] <ss23> :D
16: [00:06:52] <ss23> Colin[pi]: :3
17: [00:06:58] <ss23> Colin[pi]: I'm willing to entertain her while it's on, if you want
18: [00:06:59] <ss23> ^.^
19: [00:07:10] <Colin[pi]> ss23: ಠ_ಠ
20: [00:07:33] <ss23> guis quick I need an annoying 90's album
21: [00:07:36] <ss23> Backstreet boys it is
22: [00:14:20] <antmas> bah, stupid allowed_children
23: [00:19:14] <antmas> oh, you want to publish something that is allowed as a child? VALIDATION ERROR MUTHAFUCKA
24: [00:22:23] <antmas> can some validation errors be caused by timeouts?
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26: [00:24:53] <nick__> hey guys, I have a contact form that is included on all pages of my site. When i submit the form from any page other than the home page i get: 'the method 'redirectback' does not exist on 'PageName''
27: [00:25:20] <nick__> i have 'private static $allowed_actions = array('EnquiryForm');' on Page_Controller
28: [00:25:35] <nick__> am at a bit of a loss
29: [00:25:51] <nick__> static publisher is also enabled
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31: [00:26:44] <antmas> OH GOOD
32: [00:26:55] <antmas> the royals have touched down despite fog
33: [00:27:02] <antmas> we can breathe a sigh of relieve
34: [00:27:10] <antmas> relief*
35: [00:32:05] <Colin[pi]> can I export and import SS Members to another db and expect them to work?
36: [00:33:06] <ss23> guis help
37: [00:33:12] <ss23> I put on backstreet boys then went to lunch
38: [00:33:18] <ss23> they turned off the speakres and sabotaged my computer
39: [00:33:18] <ss23> :(
40: [00:33:35] <Zauberfisch> ss23: haha
41: [00:33:53] <Zauberfisch> you should get yourself fallback speakers
42: [00:34:13] <Zauberfisch> Colin[pi]: merge 2 existing sets of members?
43: [00:34:26] <antmas> ss23: lol
44: [00:34:28] <Colin[pi]> basically just import from an old site to a new one
45: [00:34:39] <Zauberfisch> that should work just fine
46: [00:34:49] <Zauberfisch> at least it does for me
47: [00:35:12] <Zauberfisch> doing that quiet a lot when I have websites that get popupted on staging and then migrated to live server
48: [00:35:21] <Zauberfisch> there I copy the whole DB
49: [00:35:29] <Zauberfisch> but should work just as well with just member table
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51: [00:35:46] <Colin[pi]> k thanks
52: [00:35:53] <Zauberfisch> only thing you should be aware of: if you run different version of silverstripe, there might be different hasing methods used
53: [00:36:06] <ss23> lol Zauberfisch @ fallback speakers
54: [00:36:07] <ss23> XD
55: [00:36:17] <Zauberfisch> actually no, the algorythm used is stored in the DB as well, you should be fine
56: [00:36:33] <Zauberfisch> :D
57: [00:36:52] <Zauberfisch> like have USB speakers, if they unplug those, the PC starts using the normal ones :D
58: [00:37:15] <ss23> In this case, it's airplay to communal speakers
59: [00:37:20] <ss23> but yeah, having ones on my desk would be lulz too
60: [00:37:20] <Zauberfisch> :D
61: [00:37:21] <Zauberfisch> even better
62: [00:37:28] <ss23> Or better yet, ssh to other peoples PCs and play on theirs
63: [00:37:28] <ss23> :D
64: [00:37:41] <Zauberfisch> so airplay you say?
65: [00:37:59] <ss23> We use airplay for office speakres, yeah
66: [00:38:01] <Zauberfisch> connect your ipad to airplay, start the music and dump the ipad somewhere noone is looking for it
67: [00:38:16] <ss23> Zauberfisch: They just turn off the speakers
68: [00:38:17] <ss23> :P
69: [00:38:21] <ss23> That's what they did this time too
70: [00:38:31] <Zauberfisch> I see
71: [00:38:32] <Zauberfisch> hmm
72: [00:38:48] <Zauberfisch> are those wireless speakers?
73: [00:38:51] <antmas> ss23: how are they turned on and off?
74: [00:39:07] <ss23> antmas: Which? Speakers? Press the on off siwtch
75: [00:39:13] <ss23> Zauberfisch: Naw, just logitech ones
76: [00:39:24] <antmas> ss23: on the speakers themselves?
77: [00:39:31] <Zauberfisch> ss23: good. re wire them to a recorder that you control
78: [00:39:39] <Zauberfisch> and put some fake cables to the air station
79: [00:39:47] <ss23> antmas: yeah
80: [00:39:49] <ss23> Zauberfisch: XD
81: [00:39:51] <ss23> Excessive much?
82: [00:39:52] <Zauberfisch> they'll turn of the air station, but nothing changes
83: [00:39:58] <ss23> Might as well plant speakers inside the ventilation shafts
84: [00:39:59] <ss23> :P
85: [00:40:07] <Zauberfisch> thats a plan as well
86: [00:40:09] <antmas> or just buy pants speakers
87: [00:40:47] <ss23> What about I go around to everyones macs in the morning and make sure they're on speakers, not headphones
88: [00:40:51] <ss23> Turn up volume to ma
89: [00:40:52] <antmas> there are no speakers here
90: [00:40:52] <ss23> max
91: [00:40:55] <antmas> only HPs
92: [00:40:58] <ss23> Then I start playing a song, start it on the speakers
93: [00:41:04] <ss23> then as the song builds up I include more and more of the macs
94: [00:41:10] <ss23> until every speaker in the office is blasting it
95: [00:43:11] <Colin[pi]> ss23: diabolical
96: [00:44:10] <ss23> Speaking of diabolical, I can't figure out if Vicious Delicious or Legend of the Black Shawarma is a better album
97: [00:44:18] <ss23> I suspect it's the latter... but it's hard to tell
98: [00:44:19] <ss23> :(
99: [00:45:55] <antmas> awww yeah
100: [00:45:56] <antmas> http://foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com/aerial-refueling-hooking-up-is-hard-to-do-1559495801/+ballaban
101: [00:46:02] <antmas> satisfying
102: [00:46:04] <antmas> :D
103: [00:48:43] <ss23> looks hard
104: [00:48:43] <ss23> :O
105: [00:49:40] <antmas> and amazingly frustrating
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107: [00:56:27] <Colin[pi]> FFFFUUUUUU: http://i.imgur.com/Ea6sRw4.png
108: [00:56:42] <Colin[pi]> trying to fix this for weeks.. every time I think it's fixed, it returns
109: [00:56:55] <Colin[pi]> and can't replicate on dev box
110: [00:59:33] <ss23> lol
111: [00:59:35] <ss23> Looks like 2.4?
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115: [01:03:43] <Colin[pi]> ss23: tis, yes... a csv importer is going awry somehow
116: [01:03:55] <Colin[pi]> sometimes seems to create "empty" page objects
117: [01:04:00] <Colin[pi]> and cant track it down
118: [01:05:50] <Zauberfisch> debug the Page->write() ?
119: [01:06:14] <Zauberfisch> look at the stacktrace of each Page->write() and look where its coming from
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121: [01:07:11] <Colin[pi]> Zauberfisch: problem is I can't replicate, I've debugged and looked through with a fine tooth comb and can't figure out how they're getting there :(
122: [01:07:21] <Colin[pi]> obviously something I'm missing
123: [01:07:49] <Zauberfisch> then put in a Debug::log() and next time the pages appear you look through the log file
124: [01:08:20] <Zauberfisch> (perhaps only log if (!$this->Title) to keep the log file small)
125: [01:08:47] <Colin[pi]> hmm that's an idea, to check for the missing title
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128: [01:20:52] * zipp thinks it's nap time
129: [01:21:08] * antmas glares at zipp
130: [01:21:40] <antmas> zipp: you didn't already get an extra hour sleep?
131: [01:21:54] <zipp> that was yesterday
132: [01:21:59] <antmas> oh yeah
133: [01:22:00] <antmas> true
134: [01:22:02] <antmas> :P
135: [01:22:18] <antmas> still, kinda carries over to today as well in terms of body clock
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137: [01:26:03] <Stomach> I just had lunch
138: [01:26:06] <Stomach> I AM SO HUNGRY
139: [01:26:11] <Stomach> but only ate half a sandwich
140: [01:26:13] <Stomach> stupid bodyu
141: [01:26:47] <antmas> I had a pottle of fantastic noodles
142: [01:26:53] <antmas> so I have the same feels
143: [01:27:55] <joshkosmala> People: What would be the most compliant way to extend the forum registration fields?
144: [01:28:22] <joshkosmala> In terms of doing things the “silverstripe” way.
145: [01:28:25] * zipp loves some noodles
146: [01:30:09] <antmas> dafuq does Windows 8 have a full screen calendar by default?
147: [01:30:15] <antmas> </3
148: [01:30:47] <Colin[pi]> because your 26" panel is the same as a tablet, right?
149: [01:30:49] <Colin[pi]> right?
150: [01:30:58] <antmas> hate
151: [01:31:00] <antmas> bah
152: [01:31:08] <antmas> where is my 300x500 calc?
153: [01:31:52] <Colin[pi]> antmas: simpler explanation, Microsoft HERP DE DERP
154: [01:32:28] * antmas deletes system32
155: [01:32:47] <Colin[pi]> hopefully the new guy at the helm is less of a retard
156: [01:33:02] <antmas> seems to be doing well so far
157: [01:33:04] <Colin[pi]> I hear they are bringing back the old fashioned start menu, which is a surprise
158: [01:33:13] <antmas> at least giving things a much needed 'wake the fuck up'
159: [01:33:38] <antmas> Colin[pi]: yeah it is, in the update following 8.1 Update
160: [01:33:49] <antmas> and a normal power button
161: [01:34:19] <antmas> not that pressing the power button once doesn't already do that :P
162: [01:34:20] <Colin[pi]> at least Apple gets it, iOS for ipad and iphone, and OS X for Mac... because people dont use their fucking computers like a tablet!
163: [01:34:44] <zipp> quite a few things are now similar on both through
164: [01:34:46] <zipp> *though
165: [01:35:03] <zipp> and who knows whats going to happen with the next major update
166: [01:35:04] <Colin[pi]> true
167: [01:35:32] <zipp> but overall, apple does seem to put a bit more thought into things
168: [01:35:46] <Colin[pi]> MS's policy seems to be "good enough"
169: [01:35:52] <Colin[pi]> ehhhh that's good enough, SHIP IT
170: [01:36:00] <antmas> holy shit, when did Minecraft get so expensive?
171: [01:36:01] <Colin[pi]> end-user: "DAFUQ is this?"
172: [01:36:48] <Colin[pi]> antmas: since Notch cancelled his Oculus deal?
173: [01:36:58] <Colin[pi]> antmas: actually it's the same price for PC
174: [01:37:07] <antmas> I remember when it was $9 (when I bought it)
175: [01:37:24] <Colin[pi]> well i mean the guy's gotta be able to afford a GOOD yacht
176: [01:38:22] <antmas> do you need to pay to start your own server?
177: [01:38:25] <antmas> Colin[pi]: lol
178: [01:38:45] <Colin[pi]> antmas: he still seems like a pretty humble guy though
179: [01:39:09] <Colin[pi]> antmas: dunno I just play locally with my son
180: [01:39:24] <Colin[pi]> he's still a bit young for online stuff
181: [01:40:11] <antmas> Colin[pi]: oh yeah, not blaming notch
182: [01:40:21] <antmas> just wondering how long it's been that price for
183: [01:40:33] <Colin[pi]> at least a year or two I think
184: [01:40:43] <Colin[pi]> someone asked notch in an AMA how much money he's made and he replied "it sounds cliche but I honestly don't know" - he had lost count
185: [01:40:48] <antmas> I can't recover my old account as it was bought on paypal and that account is toast
186: [01:41:07] <Ryan-Toast> TOAST?!
187: [01:41:33] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: TOAST
188: [01:42:01] <antmas> Colin[pi]: he made over 100m last year alone
189: [01:42:20] <Colin[pi]> wasnt that just from merchandise?
190: [01:42:21] * zipp would be pretty happy with just 1m
191: [01:42:38] <Stomach> antmas - you don't have to pay to start a server, I ran one for a couple of years
192: [01:44:09] <antmas> Stomach: awesome, will a core2duo (2.8) and 4gb ram be enough to run it?
193: [01:44:17] <Stomach> yeah
194: [01:44:18] <Colin[pi]> pretty sure it will be
195: [01:44:19] * antmas has no idea about such things
196: [01:44:23] <Colin[pi]> it uses Java
197: [01:44:31] <Stomach> I ran it on a core2 @ 1.6 with 2gig ram
198: [01:44:38] <antmas> Colin[pi]: good, so only clock speed matters?
199: [01:44:50] <antmas> I only plan to have maybe 5 people on it max
200: [01:44:54] <antmas> at any one time
201: [01:45:03] <Colin[pi]> antmas: yeah wouldn't think it'd be an issue
202: [01:45:05] <Stomach> i had 30+, you'll be fine
203: [01:45:11] <antmas> ah sweet
204: [01:45:16] <antmas> easy to setup etc?
205: [01:45:19] <Stomach> yup
206: [01:45:32] <Stomach> I used to run bukkit
207: [01:45:41] <Stomach> not sure what the environment is like now though, its been a while
208: [01:47:43] <Colin[pi]> antmas: your kids at minecraft age? or still too young?
209: [01:49:30] <antmas> Colin[pi]: he's not 2 yet :D
210: [01:49:34] <Colin[pi]> lol
211: [01:49:39] <Colin[pi]> get him started early!
212: [01:49:42] <antmas> haha
213: [01:49:43] <Colin[pi]> it's like Duplo
214: [01:49:52] <Colin[pi]> with monsters!
215: [01:49:58] <Colin[pi]> he'll love it
216: [01:50:05] <antmas> the mates that are going to play on my server are all builders lol
217: [01:50:27] <Colin[pi]> lol
218: [01:50:37] <Colin[pi]> that should result in some elaborate shit
219: [01:50:54] <antmas> haha
220: [01:51:08] <Colin[pi]> did you see this one on reddit? http://i.imgur.com/Seyls7T.jpg
221: [01:51:12] <Colin[pi]> mother of god
222: [01:51:40] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Google westeroscraft
223: [01:51:53] <antmas> I'll get the started on my server, then join in after I move
224: [01:51:57] <antmas> them*
225: [01:52:36] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: same people.. wow
226: [01:52:41] <Ryan-Toast> yarp
227: [01:52:45] <Colin[pi]> they sure have a lot of time :o
228: [01:53:06] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: I hate when people say that
229: [01:53:20] <Colin[pi]> it's because I'm jealous ;D
230: [01:53:32] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Going to have to send you to jelly camp
231: [01:53:47] <Colin[pi]> mmm jelly
232: [01:54:31] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LYDvDNIhP0
233: [01:55:18] <Colin[pi]> man I'm so behind on my south park
234: [01:55:34] <Ryan-Toast> skip last season, but this current season is really good.
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239: [01:59:38] <Colin[pi]> wait
240: [01:59:39] <Colin[pi]> wait
241: [01:59:42] <Colin[pi]> if the CSV importer
242: [01:59:48] <Colin[pi]> was encountering blank lines
243: [01:59:56] <Colin[pi]> it could create blank pages, amirite?
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245: [02:02:21] <antmas> dafuq
246: [02:02:24] <antmas> 502 error
247: [02:02:27] <antmas> :O
248: [02:04:07] <Stomach> Colin[pi] - yes
249: [02:04:32] <Colin[pi]> so maybe the problem is the data; the importer should be checking for that
250: [02:05:02] <Stomach> nope
251: [02:05:13] <Stomach> a blank line is legitimate :D
252: [02:05:18] <Stomach> maybe they want a blank line
253: [02:05:44] <Colin[pi]> NOT ON MY WATCH
254: [02:05:45] <Colin[pi]> ;D
255: [02:05:56] <Colin[pi]> YAY
256: [02:05:58] <Colin[pi]> finally
257: [02:06:07] <Colin[pi]> it's because of ,,,,,,,,, in the file
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259: [02:06:44] <Stomach> Colin[pi] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKorP55Aqvg
260: [02:06:50] <Colin[pi]> and prolly didnt notice because my data files are neat and not client-generated ones
261: [02:07:00] <Colin[pi]> Stomach: no
262: [02:07:03] <Colin[pi]> no I cant
263: [02:07:05] <Colin[pi]> not again
264: [02:07:11] <Colin[pi]> I'm still recovering from the last viewing
265: [02:07:31] <Stomach> lol
266: [02:07:46] <Colin[pi]> it filled me with the rage of a 1,000 suns
267: [02:08:17] <cwsg> Hi, I have a question with regards to the routing handled by framework/control/Controller.php; not sure if its a bug or feature in 3.1 - if you visit any 3.1 sites and append the word "upload" (e.g. http://theplothostels.com/upload) the default Controller.ss template is rendered instead of a page-not-found. I couldn't understand how it is routed/rendered that way
268: [02:08:59] <cwsg> since a keyword search for "upload" does not show any special handling when the uri contains this word
269: [02:09:00] <UncleCheese_> check the ClassName of that field in the DB
270: [02:09:06] <UncleCheese_> it's gone null
271: [02:11:10] <cwsg> sorry unclecheese, can you explain further? I am not referring to an uploadfield if thats what you are referring to, its just the uri "/upload"
272: [02:11:24] <pippy_> what's FormResponse called in SilverStripe 3.0
273: [02:11:59] <UncleCheese_> cwsg: you have a page in the site tree called "upload?"
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275: [02:12:16] <cwsg> nope, it occurs for all the sites in 3.1
276: [02:12:18] <Stomach> can you still change the silverstripe logo in the CMS ?
277: [02:12:24] <UncleCheese_> yes
278: [02:12:38] <UncleCheese_> check LeftAndMain.php.. it looks at the config
279: [02:12:43] <Stomach> coolies
280: [02:12:48] <UncleCheese_> ::set_application_logo() or whatever it was now throws a deprecation error
281: [02:13:16] <cwsg> @unclecheese, even the demo on ss shows that : http://demo.silverstripe.org/upload
282: [02:14:09] <Stomach> UncleCheese_ - looks like there is not functionality for the logo - it seems to be set in the CSS now
283: [02:16:56] <antmas> nice one, Stuff http://www.stuff.co.nz/
284: [02:17:01] <UncleCheese_> cwsg: there's a controller called Upload
285: [02:17:08] <antmas> 'LET'S STIR UP SOME CRAP'
286: [02:17:13] <UncleCheese_> framework/filesystem/Upload
287: [02:18:24] <Bollig|DesignCty> Stomach: yes, it's set via the CSS now. ".cms-logo a" and ".ss-loading-screen .loading-logo" are the selectors commonly used
288: [02:18:34] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: Venn diagram - (things I care about) (Royal visits)
289: [02:18:56] <Stomach> Oh well, no little logo it is
290: [02:20:04] <UncleCheese_> traffic was insane in the tunnel today
291: [02:20:07] <UncleCheese_> motorcade and shit
292: [02:20:24] <Stomach> should have tossed mustard at them
293: [02:21:43] <antmas> I for one welcome our new insect overlords
294: [02:22:07] <cwsg> @unclecheese i see, so its reserved by the system to post file uploads to, the special "/upload" url; should i introduce an "index" function and redirect (say to 404) if no post requests is received? or do you reckon it will break something?
295: [02:32:11] <zipp> https://github.com/silverstripe-labs/silverstripe-payment -- Important: The module is being restructured for SilverStripe 3 support, see "Roadmap" below
296: [02:32:12] <zipp> hmm
297: [02:32:24] <Stomach> zipp - it works somewhat
298: [02:32:29] <Stomach> paymentexpress works
299: [02:32:33] <UncleCheese_> cwsg: you can create a custom route for it
300: [02:32:34] <Stomach> paypal is a bit broken
301: [02:32:38] <zipp> after the paypal
302: [02:32:44] <UncleCheese_> Director: routes: upload: SomethingElse
303: [02:33:11] <Stomach> zipp - just a vanilla install or with swipestripe or something else?
304: [02:33:21] <UncleCheese_> basically, the last thing that the request handler checks before 404ing is if there's a Controller subclass that shares a name with the URLSegment
305: [02:33:27] <zipp> basically vanilla install
306: [02:33:32] <UncleCheese_> yoursite.com/Page_Controller will resolve too
307: [02:33:37] <UncleCheese_> should do, anyway
308: [02:34:36] <Stomach> zipp - it might work, give it a go
309: [02:34:52] <Stomach> i've had issues with the paypal implementation and swipestripe, but I have a fork that fixes it
310: [02:35:05] <Stomach> you might be able to look at it if it doesnt run
311: [02:38:11] <cwsg> hmmm unclecheese, your pt about "Page_Controller" brings about another pt then, yoursite.com/Page_Controller renders a default page with no content rather than a 404 which would make more sense to an unassuming visitor; is this by design?
312: [02:41:05] <cwsg> custom route would work to mask the "/upload" uri, but wouldn't "/SomethingElse" essentially show the default Controller.ss the same? my concern is whether visitors should see a non-404 page on any system controller
313: [02:42:33] <cwsg> game of thrones out soon btw ^__^
314: [02:44:20] <Ryan-Toast> cwsg: it’s out now
315: [02:44:32] <cwsg> GG
316: [02:47:02] <antmas> I watched it at lunch
317: [02:47:07] <antmas> it's worth the wait :D
318: [02:48:53] <Stomach> but is it
319: [02:51:25] <antmas> Stomach: ?
320: [02:51:38] <Stomach> is it really
321: [02:52:07] <antmas> YES
322: [02:52:08] <antmas> :D
323: [02:52:13] <Stomach> really?
324: [02:52:18] <antmas> not really
325: [02:52:23] <Stomach> damnit
326: [02:53:50] <Ryan-Toast> can you do ->sort() by locationin sitetree?
327: [02:54:06] <zipp> antmas: he finally died eh
328: [02:54:27] <antmas> zipp: YOU SHUT YOUR WHORE MOUTH
329: [02:54:28] * zipp has no idea, never watched any of them….. :)
330: [02:54:30] <antmas> :P
331: [02:54:34] <Stomach> $pages->Sort('Sort') Ryan-Toast ?
332: [02:54:36] * danfo quit (Quit: danfo)
333: [02:54:46] <Stomach> but you can only do that one level at a time i think
334: [02:54:55] <zipp> but! I see another season of trailer park boys is out in a month!
335: [02:55:01] <zipp> and a short season of 24~
336: [02:55:04] <zipp> 24!
337: [02:55:13] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: Ah, I see where I’m going wrong. Nvm :)
338: [02:55:42] <Stomach> but I am minding
339: [02:55:46] <Stomach> I am minding very much
340: [02:56:42] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22Tj_l4PcPs
341: [02:56:55] <Stomach> so much south park today
342: [02:57:18] <antmas> haha
343: [02:57:21] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: XD
344: [02:57:32] <antmas> been loving Stick of Truth
345: [02:58:02] <antmas> man
346: [02:58:15] <antmas> sucks when you can't do your job because you're waiting on someone else
347: [02:58:16] <antmas> -_-
348: [03:00:10] <Stomach> no it doesn't
349: [03:00:25] <Stomach> it sucks when you're waiting on yourself to get off IRC and do some work today
350: [03:00:41] <antmas> lawl
351: [03:01:18] <antmas> 'can you open up permissions on folder x?, I need it opened before I can deploy', 'sure thing, I'll do it in 2027'
352: [03:01:23] <antmas> that's my day
353: [03:01:30] <Stomach> lol
354: [03:01:40] <antmas> goddamn network ops
355: [03:01:43] <Stomach> my day has been up and down every 30 minutes to talk to people
356: [03:01:53] <Stomach> coding just doesn't happen sometimes
357: [03:01:56] * abitran_ is now known as abitran
358: [03:02:25] <antmas> I have no meetins this week :D
359: [03:02:30] <antmas> meetings*
360: [03:02:35] <antmas> first time in 3 months
361: [03:02:39] <Colin[pi]> clients
362: [03:02:40] <Colin[pi]> I swear
363: [03:02:46] <Colin[pi]> site went live today
364: [03:02:48] <Stomach> I like having meetings twice or so a week
365: [03:02:52] <Colin[pi]> I told them to use a different domain
366: [03:02:55] <Colin[pi]> I told them on the phone
367: [03:03:00] <Colin[pi]> I then disabled the other site
368: [03:03:11] <Colin[pi]> and put a message on it saying "USE WWW.DOMAIN.COM"
369: [03:03:27] <antmas> Stomach: I do to, but it's nice to be able to deliver mutliple things in a week when you couldn't before because of the meetings about those releases :P
370: [03:03:31] <Colin[pi]> (I could redirect but I wanted to see if the msg got through)
371: [03:03:39] <Colin[pi]> just received an email "SITE IS NOT WORKING SITE IS DOWN OMG"
372: [03:03:46] <Stomach> haha yea definitely
373: [03:04:38] <antmas> Colin[pi]: lol
374: [03:04:56] <Colin[pi]> every. single. time.
375: [03:05:01] <antmas> need simon_w to add 'Colin's Client Troubles' to the swear list
376: [03:05:09] <Colin[pi]> lol
377: [03:05:14] <Colin[pi]> man
378: [03:05:56] * Colin[pi]-2 has joined #silverstripe
379: [03:07:16] <antmas> Colin[pi]: and Colin[pi]-2 FIGHT TO THE DEATH
380: [03:07:27] <Colin[pi]-2> ROUND ONE
381: [03:07:29] <Colin[pi]-2> FIGHT
382: [03:07:41] <antmas> *insert web cabbage sounds here*
383: [03:08:13] * antmas is now known as Colin[pi]-3
384: [03:08:20] <Colin[pi]-3> a new competitor!
385: [03:08:37] <Bollig|DesignCty> lol, slow day boys? ;)
386: [03:08:42] <zipp> lol
387: [03:08:45] <Colin[pi]-3> :P
388: [03:08:49] * Colin[pi]-3 is now known as antmas
389: [03:08:49] <zipp> its monday..
390: [03:08:51] * Stomach is now known as ReallySlowDayTod
391: [03:09:18] * Colin[pi] quit (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
392: [03:09:33] <Colin[pi]-2> Colin[pi]-2 IS VICTORIOUS
393: [03:09:36] * antmas quit (Quit: Page closed)
394: [03:09:40] * Colin[pi]-2 is now known as Colin[pi]
395: [03:09:56] * ReallySlowDayTod is now known as Stevie
396: [03:09:57] * antmas has joined #silverstripe
397: [03:10:05] <antmas> it is a slow day
398: [03:10:37] <Stevie> its SUCH A SLOW DAY
399: [03:10:52] <antmas> Stevie: = stomach?
400: [03:11:06] * Stevie is now known as Stomach
401: [03:11:07] <Stomach> yah
402: [03:11:13] <antmas> ah
403: [03:11:16] <Stomach> h
404: [03:13:37] <Colin[pi]> man my internet is flakey today
405: [03:16:02] <zipp> Stomach: ha huh!
406: [03:16:05] <zipp> ...
407: [03:16:07] <zipp> uh uhu!
408: [03:16:20] <antmas> huehuehue
409: [03:16:25] * Stomach walks away slowly
410: [03:18:05] <antmas> http://i.imgur.com/tZOS8.gif
411: [03:19:18] <Stomach> bingo
412: [03:19:35] <zipp> http://imgur.com/5HJbe8B
413: [03:21:51] <antmas> my fav http://imgur.com/MHuW96t
414: [03:24:08] <zipp> is good
415: [03:24:11] <Colin[pi]> http://i.imgur.com/UhH2D37.gif
416: [03:25:24] <Stomach> hahaha
417: [03:25:47] <antmas> hahah
418: [03:25:51] <antmas> love it Colin[pi]
419: [03:26:14] * antmas_ has joined #silverstripe
420: [03:27:16] <antmas_> mmm dat UPS tick noise
421: [03:30:13] * antmas quit (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
422: [03:30:29] * cloph_away has joined #silverstripe
423: [03:30:58] * cloph quit (Ping timeout: 255 seconds)
424: [03:32:32] <antmas_> cheap http://www.harveynorman.co.nz/computers/computer-accessories/storage-and-hard-drives/toshiba-canvio-basics-3.0-plus-1tb-portable-hard-drive.html
425: [03:32:36] * antmas_ is now known as antmas
426: [03:34:14] <antmas> good throwaway drive
427: [03:35:22] <Colin[pi]> well well well, threatening to shut down the web site seems to have prompted them to pay
428: [03:35:25] <Colin[pi]> HOW STRANGE
429: [03:35:37] <antmas> hehe
430: [03:35:44] <antmas> Colin[pi]: how long overdue was it?
431: [03:35:45] <spronk> KEKEKE
432: [03:35:47] <Colin[pi]> two weeks
433: [03:36:06] <antmas> 2 weeks too long\
434: [03:36:14] <spronk> YUS
435: [03:36:16] <spronk> game of boobs is out!
436: [03:36:23] <Colin[pi]> yep these guys I really like too, and it's uncharacteristic for them :\
437: [03:36:42] <Colin[pi]> so I was cutting them a little slack; the guy feels bad and is shouting me a lunch LOL
438: [03:37:15] <antmas> haha
439: [03:37:24] <antmas> nice
440: [03:37:28] <antmas> Colin[pi]: what site?
441: [03:37:56] <Colin[pi]> that's private ;P
442: [03:38:17] <Colin[pi]> can you believe I have another one, due to me forgetting about it as well... from Aug last year?
443: [03:38:38] <antmas> heh
444: [03:38:41] <Colin[pi]> only a small amount, but was going through the accts... "dafuq is this?"
445: [03:38:49] <antmas> Colin[pi]: Praxxis is JUST you? or do you have a team?
446: [03:38:53] <Colin[pi]> YES
447: [03:38:57] <Colin[pi]> ;)
448: [03:39:09] <antmas> wait
449: [03:39:13] <antmas> o.O
450: [03:39:31] <antmas> Praxxis says 'we'
451: [03:39:33] <antmas> :P
452: [03:39:39] <Colin[pi]> yes yes it does
453: [03:39:43] <Colin[pi]> ;)
454: [03:39:57] <Colin[pi]> it's basically me, but I do work closely with a design company and a tech/hosting company
455: [03:39:58] <antmas> we does sound better than 'me' ;)
456: [03:40:01] <Colin[pi]> I know both the owners
457: [03:40:21] <zipp> http://www.praxxisgroup.com/ ?
458: [03:40:22] <zipp> :)
459: [03:40:24] <Colin[pi]> it does, bit of smoke and mirrors.. hell if I can deliver than what's the issue?
460: [03:40:29] <Colin[pi]> one X sir
461: [03:40:47] <Colin[pi]> wow that site is bad
462: [03:41:07] <antmas> lol at loading bar
463: [03:41:24] <antmas> tis a fools way of saying 'my site is slow as shit'
464: [03:41:24] <Colin[pi]> zipp: this is me: http://www.praxis.net.au/
465: [03:41:39] <Colin[pi]> I really need to make some more pretty slides
466: [03:42:01] <zipp> Colin[pi]: which one is you? http://www.praxis.net.au/assets/Features/_resampled/croppedimage420160-team.jpg
467: [03:42:09] <Colin[pi]> ALL OF THEM
468: [03:42:40] <antmas> stock office photos!
469: [03:42:42] <antmas> :D
470: [03:42:47] <Colin[pi]> yeah so lame
471: [03:42:49] <Colin[pi]> but ehh
472: [03:44:07] <Colin[pi]> wait who is patrickbell?
473: [03:44:29] <antmas> I remember I was retheming a site for a guy who's stock images had computers with BSODs up
474: [03:44:33] <antmas> thinking it was 'code'
475: [03:44:39] <antmas> Colin[pi]: moi :D
476: [03:44:40] <Colin[pi]> ahaha
477: [03:44:52] <Colin[pi]> ah thought so, thanks for the follow
478: [03:44:56] <antmas> np
479: [03:45:54] <Colin[pi]> simon_w: must be in the air now right?
480: [03:46:01] <antmas> prolly
481: [03:46:17] <Colin[pi]> facebook gonna steal him from us ;_;
482: [03:46:22] <Colin[pi]> HE'S OURS, WE OWN HIM
483: [03:46:43] <antmas> tis ok, we still have ss23
484: [03:46:44] <antmas> :D
485: [03:47:02] <Colin[pi]> yeah but simon_w is coke, ss23 is like diet pepsi
486: [03:47:02] <zipp> Colin[pi]: I freaking know!
487: [03:47:04] <Colin[pi]> ;D
488: [03:47:19] <Colin[pi]> zipp: OK!
489: [03:47:30] <zipp> :(
490: [03:47:33] <irogue_> 01:46 <@simon_w> Only if irogue_ is going
491: [03:47:35] <irogue_> EYYYYYYY
492: [03:47:40] <Colin[pi]> HEYYOOOO
493: [03:47:58] <zipp> Colin[pi]: (was meaning about simon)
494: [03:48:15] <Colin[pi]> haha
495: [03:49:02] * Tanger has joined #silverstripe
496: [03:49:05] <zipp> antmas: ss23 isn't at his desk, hes out waving flags at the royals
497: [03:49:11] <antmas> so, you going irogue_ ?
498: [03:49:12] <spronk> lol
499: [03:49:13] <spronk> srs?
500: [03:49:15] <antmas> lol zipp
501: [03:50:29] <irogue_> antmas: mebbe
502: [03:51:22] <irogue_> i'll have to actually do some work this week so i have money :P
503: [03:52:33] <antmas> irogue_: you're in... Hamilton right?
504: [03:52:37] <antmas> or somewhere near there
505: [03:52:49] <ss23> zipp: soz I'm back now
506: [03:52:49] <antmas> maybe not
507: [03:52:58] <zipp> manage to see them?
508: [03:53:04] <ss23> WAIT
509: [03:53:13] <ss23> oh, simon has left for US now, right?
510: [03:53:28] <Colin[pi]> yep
511: [03:53:29] <antmas> ss23: yeah likely
512: [03:53:31] <ss23> 15:47:03 < Colin[pi]> yeah but simon_w is coke, ss23 is like diet pepsi
513: [03:53:32] <ss23> wow.
514: [03:53:33] <ss23> :S
515: [03:53:39] <Colin[pi]> j/k dude ;P
516: [03:53:42] <Colin[pi]> we love ya
517: [03:53:53] <ss23> :(
518: [03:53:54] <irogue_> antmas: yup
519: [03:53:55] <ss23> SOMETIMES I WONDER
520: [03:54:29] <irogue_> antmas: i'd prob just fly from auckland cos bucketload cheaper
521: [03:54:30] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: keen beans?
522: [03:54:41] <antmas> irogue_: true
523: [03:55:15] <spronk> BoT taking so long to acquire
524: [03:55:18] <spronk> D:
525: [03:55:29] <antmas> spronk: ...GoT*?
526: [03:55:32] <antmas> oh boobs
527: [03:55:34] <antmas> :P
528: [03:55:36] <spronk> :D
529: [03:56:05] <Colin[pi]> there are a lot of tits in that show
530: [03:56:06] <spronk> that and true blood are like, the closest thing to porn without actually having to, well, get porn
531: [03:56:15] <ss23> If someone needs a place to stay during wdcnz and doesn't mind if it smells like weed and is disgusting and student flat(ish), I have ea couch free
532: [03:56:18] <antmas> True Detective as well
533: [03:56:27] <irogue_> ss23: sounds perfect
534: [03:56:30] <ss23> lol
535: [03:56:32] <Colin[pi]> oh oh, I started True Detective!
536: [03:56:34] <antmas> ss23: excellent
537: [03:56:45] <ss23> Well, the couch isn't big, but if antmas and irogue_ want to try both fitting...
538: [03:56:49] <Colin[pi]> ok we all crash at ss23's
539: [03:57:04] <ss23> If anyone wanted to crash on the floor, I'd be fine with that too, but they'd probably want am atress or some shit
540: [03:57:08] <ss23> :P
541: [03:57:10] <ss23> I'm ~15 min walk into the city
542: [03:57:24] * ss23 checks where wdcnz is
543: [03:57:24] <antmas> I have already booked a room :D
544: [03:57:32] <antmas> Civic Centre?
545: [03:57:34] <zipp> ss23: don't be rude, give the guests your matress and you sleep on your base :)
546: [03:57:41] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: Hmm?
547: [03:57:46] <ss23> zipp: #fuckoff
548: [03:57:47] <ss23> :P
549: [03:57:48] <ss23> OH
550: [03:57:53] <ss23> I do have a spare matress under my bed actually
551: [03:57:56] <ss23> No blanket or anything though
552: [03:58:04] <Colin[pi]> someone can sleep under ss23's bed then
553: [03:58:05] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: wdcnz
554: [03:58:06] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: I can’t see what you said to me
555: [03:58:25] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: In Wellington?
556: [03:58:44] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: yeh
557: [03:58:47] <ss23> yeah, around ~15 min walk from my place into where wdcnz is, maybe ~5 mins if you bus (2 min walk, then just bus a tiny bit)
558: [03:59:01] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: Potentially.
559: [03:59:08] <Ryan-Toast> My mrs loves Wellington.
560: [03:59:43] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: I'll be in Aucks for a conf the week before
561: [03:59:49] <ss23> Ryan-Toast: Come visit! I'll show her a good time here ;)
562: [03:59:52] <ss23> Yeah! Actually
563: [03:59:58] <Colin[pi]> oh shit I need to renew my passport
564: [03:59:58] <ss23> you guys all go to wdcnz but leave your GFs at my place
565: [04:00:04] <Ryan-Toast> ss23: lol
566: [04:00:05] <ss23> I'll bring out the weed and we'll "see what happens" :)
567: [04:00:09] <Colin[pi]> ss23's harem
568: [04:00:12] <ss23> :D
569: [04:00:28] <Colin[pi]> ss23: will end up with you all watching glee
570: [04:00:36] <ss23> If they do it topless, I'm okay with it
571: [04:00:38] <antmas> hahahaha
572: [04:01:55] * antmas imagines ss23 taking the GFs over PHP security and tuts on how to be 1337 haxorz
573: [04:01:58] <antmas> FUN TIMES
574: [04:02:07] <antmas> :P
575: [04:03:27] <ss23> XD
576: [04:03:29] <Stomach> antmas - how long are you in Auckland for?
577: [04:03:36] <ss23> I did teach a (female) coworker here how to hack into a particular site
578: [04:03:47] <ss23> Using the old username = %, password = common password trick
579: [04:03:56] <antmas> Stomach: 21st - 24th I think
580: [04:04:00] <antmas> maybe 25th
581: [04:04:20] <ss23> And another chick last night when I said I was going to audit some code was like "OMG CAN YOU SCREENSHARE SO I CAN SEE YOU HACKING STUFF"
582: [04:04:28] <ss23> tfw people think whitebox testing is cool/glamorous
583: [04:04:42] <antmas> ss23: lol
584: [04:04:47] <Stomach> at least you get a cool job
585: [04:04:52] <Stomach> Penetration Tester
586: [04:05:06] <ss23> Stomach: I'm not hired as pentester though
587: [04:05:06] <ss23> :P
588: [04:05:13] <ss23> The coolest part about being a pentester is the name
589: [04:05:16] <antmas> that shit never flies when the HR person is a chick
590: [04:05:18] <Stomach> disappointing my friend, very disappointing
591: [04:05:21] <antmas> when viewing CVs lol
592: [04:05:31] <Stomach> yeah pentesting is boring boring boring boring boring
593: [04:06:58] <antmas> yeah arrive 21st, leave 24th
594: [04:06:59] <antmas> fuck
595: [04:07:04] <Stomach> thats pretty swift
596: [04:07:05] <antmas> outgoing flight is at 7am
597: [04:07:11] <Stomach> no time for beers
598: [04:07:27] <Ryan-Toast> There
599: [04:07:30] <Ryan-Toast> is
600: [04:07:33] <Ryan-Toast> always
601: [04:07:34] <Ryan-Toast> time
602: [04:07:44] <antmas> oh I'll be having beers, Stomach
603: [04:07:51] <antmas> it's a Sharepoint conference
604: [04:07:59] <Stomach> just drinking and masturbation then
605: [04:08:16] <antmas> haha
606: [04:08:21] <antmas> and it's my bday on the 21st
607: [04:08:27] <Stomach> oh nice
608: [04:08:41] <ss23> Yeah, just hit me up when any of you guys are in wgtn and we can go get drinks or w/e
609: [04:08:48] <ss23> I guess
610: [04:08:48] <ss23> idk
611: [04:08:49] <antmas> 'what did you do for your bday?' 'oh, went to a sharepoint conference'
612: [04:08:51] <ss23> social shit is hard
613: [04:08:51] <antmas> COOL
614: [04:08:52] <Stomach> well, if you have no friends I'd be happy to be your friend
615: [04:09:00] <Colin[pi]> antmas: rofl COOL STORY BRO
616: [04:09:34] <Stomach> ss23 - yes it is
617: [04:09:43] <antmas> I wonder if I can just book a nother day or 2 and then got to WDCNZ
618: [04:09:49] <antmas> instead of back and forth
619: [04:09:54] <irogue_> 06:59 * antmas imagines ss23 taking the GFs over PHP security and tuts on how to be 1337 haxorz
620: [04:10:14] <Stomach> plural GF... interesting...
621: [04:10:17] <Colin[pi]> antmas: )) <> (( back and forth forever
622: [04:10:32] * irogue_ imagines ss23 introducing the GFs to *that* hacker movie
623: [04:10:43] <antmas> haha
624: [04:10:51] <antmas> I fear where this channel is going
625: [04:10:58] <Colin[pi]> antmas: wait so you're there for a few days before, then you go back, then you go again for WDCNZ?
626: [04:11:01] <irogue_> the one his flatmates showed me when i moved him to wgtn...
627: [04:11:05] <antmas> Colin[pi]: yeah
628: [04:11:58] <Colin[pi]> 24th - 31st is a bit of a stretch though?
629: [04:12:00] <irogue_> sounds like we're going to have a big ol' shindig
630: [04:12:34] <antmas> Colin[pi]: yeah it is
631: [04:12:38] <antmas> no harm trying though :D
632: [04:12:50] <ss23> 16:08:53 < Stomach> well, if you have no friends I'd be happy to be your friend
633: [04:12:50] <Colin[pi]> work will cover that?
634: [04:12:53] <ss23> OUCH
635: [04:12:58] <ss23> 16:10:33 * irogue_ imagines ss23 introducing the GFs to *that* hacker movie
636: [04:13:02] <ss23> ...
637: [04:13:02] <ss23> That was a good hacker movie.
638: [04:13:12] <antmas> Colin[pi]: if the flights are transferrable, then the days between can be annual leave
639: [04:13:13] <ss23> "and lets learn binary!"
640: [04:13:18] <Stomach> ss23 - that was at antmas
641: [04:13:24] <Stomach> but I'll be your friend too <3
642: [04:13:28] <ss23> ty <3
643: [04:13:30] <irogue_> ss23: i'd say it was the weirdest porn i've seen, but Alice in Wonderland...
644: [04:13:31] <Colin[pi]> antmas: fair nuff
645: [04:13:36] <ss23> irogue_: XD
646: [04:13:50] <ss23> irogue_: Saying its the weirdest porn you've seen just means you don't go on efukt enough
647: [04:13:56] <ss23> Gotta have that shit on rss, yo
648: [04:14:04] <Stomach> {o_O}
649: [04:14:18] <ss23> So yeah, give me all your cute GFs plz
650: [04:14:23] <ss23> if they have younger sisters, I'll also accept them
651: [04:14:31] <Colin[pi]> mine does, but she's in Brazil
652: [04:14:34] <ss23> And if you're an old man and have a cute young daughter of age, bring her too
653: [04:14:36] <Stomach> the young sister is not cute
654: [04:14:37] <ss23> ^.^
655: [04:14:46] <irogue_> hmmm
656: [04:14:52] <irogue_> i want more cake
657: [04:15:03] <ss23> irogue_: you're an adult, buy cake!
658: [04:15:03] <ss23> :D
659: [04:15:13] <irogue_> ss23: there's cake inside
660: [04:15:14] <irogue_> i baked it
661: [04:15:19] <ss23> sugar free?
662: [04:15:24] <irogue_> hell no
663: [04:15:29] <antmas> sugar free cake?
664: [04:15:30] <ss23> lol
665: [04:15:33] <ss23> not dieting anymore?!
666: [04:15:33] <antmas> ss23: are you satan?
667: [04:15:38] <irogue_> correct ratios
668: [04:15:41] <Stomach> sugar free cake is just not a good idea
669: [04:15:42] <ss23> antmas: irogue_ was on a carb free diet for a long time
670: [04:15:44] <irogue_> 400g sugar, 90g flour
671: [04:15:49] <ss23> lol
672: [04:16:02] <antmas> I need to diet
673: [04:16:07] <irogue_> brownie recipe i found online
674: [04:16:08] <ss23> me too
675: [04:16:15] <ss23> Well, I don't need to diet, I just need to stop drinking the free coke
676: [04:16:15] <irogue_> turns out it was a useless brownie recipe
677: [04:16:17] <ss23> That shit is brutal
678: [04:16:19] <irogue_> didn't harden at all
679: [04:16:24] <irogue_> but perfect as a cake recipe
680: [04:16:32] <Colin[pi]> ss23: not diet coke?
681: [04:16:32] <ss23> XD
682: [04:16:36] <irogue_> added coconut to it
683: [04:16:37] <antmas> lol
684: [04:16:40] <irogue_> now even more perfect
685: [04:16:42] <ss23> Colin[pi]: I could switch to diet coke/coke zero, but normal coke tastes better
686: [04:16:43] <antmas> I can't drink coke
687: [04:16:56] <antmas> makes my teeth feel like they're covered in wool
688: [04:16:56] <ss23> For some reason, artificial sweetners that I've tried have a weird salty aftertaste for me that just ruins it
689: [04:16:56] <Stomach> 1.75 cup flour, .75 cup cocoa power, 1.5 tsp baking soda, 1.5tsp baking powder, 1 egg, 1 cup milk, .5 cup oil, 2 cups sugar, 1 tsp vanilla essence, 1 cup boiling water
690: [04:16:57] <Colin[pi]> ss23: yeah but shit dude, the sugar
691: [04:16:58] <Stomach> yumcake
692: [04:17:03] <ss23> Colin[pi]: TASTES GOOD MAN
693: [04:17:14] <ss23> antmas: yeah, me too, but who cares -- fruit does that too
694: [04:17:16] <ss23> Bananas man
695: [04:17:20] <Colin[pi]> ss23: my old boss had the DIABEETUS too, and drank 2L of full coke each day
696: [04:17:28] <ss23> Colin[pi]: Type 1 or type 2?
697: [04:17:29] <ss23> :P
698: [04:17:33] <ss23> Cause if I had type 2, I wouldn't drink it
699: [04:17:35] <Colin[pi]> he gave it up when he almost lost his leg to an infection
700: [04:17:37] <antmas> which is worse?
701: [04:17:38] <ss23> lol
702: [04:17:44] <ss23> antmas: Debatable
703: [04:17:46] <ss23> IMO type 2
704: [04:17:56] <antmas> Debatable Diabeetus
705: [04:17:58] <antmas> #bandname
706: [04:17:59] <ss23> Type 2 is 100% preventable and curable, but you have to basically eat little to no carbs for the rest of your life
707: [04:18:09] <ss23> Type 1 is injecting insulin for the rest of your life, but you can eat all the sugar you want
708: [04:18:12] <ss23> :D
709: [04:18:13] <Colin[pi]> ss23: he's type 2, pretty sure
710: [04:18:21] <ss23> yeah Colin[pi], people who get leg infections normally are
711: [04:18:28] <ss23> Colin[pi]: The thing is, type 2 is easy to fix -- you just stop eating sugar.
712: [04:18:30] <spronk> 52.2%!!
713: [04:18:32] <irogue_> https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4618071/Sticky%20Brown%20Stuff.pdf
714: [04:18:38] <ss23> irogue_: .... PASS
715: [04:18:42] <Colin[pi]> ss23: he used to test his blood sugar sometimes and it would say "ERROR!"
716: [04:18:45] <Colin[pi]> because it was above 30
717: [04:18:47] <ss23> Colin[pi]: XD
718: [04:18:50] <ss23> Colin[pi]: I'veh ad that before :P
719: [04:18:57] <ss23> Next you'll link Sticky Brown Stuff [Natures Harvest Edition]
720: [04:18:58] <antmas> lol blood error
721: [04:19:10] <Colin[pi]> he'd say "hmm, I should prolly be in hospital right now"
722: [04:19:21] <Colin[pi]> was so casual about it lol
723: [04:19:22] <antmas> Blood Error is Debatable Diabeetus title track
724: [04:19:26] <ss23> lol antmas
725: [04:19:27] <ss23> please
726: [04:19:41] <antmas> \m/
727: [04:19:47] <irogue_> Stomach: my recipe has better sugar quantity :P
728: [04:20:09] <Stomach> haha, thats just my default chocolate cake
729: [04:20:15] <irogue_> 07:13 <+ss23> antmas: irogue_ was on a carb free diet for a long time
730: [04:20:19] <Stomach> I like butter frosting though, so theres way more sugars
731: [04:20:22] <irogue_> and now i am not, but go to the gym!
732: [04:20:32] <ss23> gym is for building muscle, not for losing weight
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734: [04:20:35] <Stomach> I've been on a less V diet for 2 months
735: [04:20:36] <irogue_> I WORK OUT
736: [04:20:38] <Stomach> lost 11 kg so far
737: [04:20:39] <Stomach> woooooo
738: [04:20:48] <ss23> the amount of gym you need to do to burn off a can of coke is *insane*
739: [04:20:49] <irogue_> Stomach: i've switched to all sugarfree drinks
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741: [04:20:59] <Colin[pi]> ss23: drink diet for fuck's sake
742: [04:21:03] <ss23> Stomach: That's lie a baby!
743: [04:21:04] <ss23> Colin[pi]: MAKE ME
744: [04:21:10] <ss23> Colin[pi]: Sugar coke tastes gooder :(
745: [04:21:14] <Colin[pi]> a little bit of taste difference vs BUTTLOAD of sugar
746: [04:21:26] <ss23> I told you, salty after taste isn't a little bit
747: [04:21:28] <irogue_> mates and i had a big discussion the other day
748: [04:21:29] <ss23> It's enough to make me not like it
749: [04:21:36] <irogue_> and decided that Coke > Pepsi
750: [04:21:43] <Stomach> i like diet coke, always have
751: [04:21:44] <irogue_> but Pepsi Max > Coke Zero
752: [04:21:45] <Stomach> so thats a bonus
753: [04:21:47] <ss23> irogue_: You've had that conversation a billion times :P
754: [04:21:51] <Colin[pi]> pepsi max is awesome
755: [04:21:56] <irogue_> and * > Diet Coke
756: [04:22:03] <ss23> Hold up
757: [04:22:07] <ss23> Dr Pepper > Diet Coke?
758: [04:22:10] <antmas> I need to get off energy drink
759: [04:22:13] <Colin[pi]> eeeuw dr pepper
760: [04:22:19] <irogue_> ss23: yes. and i don't like dr pepper
761: [04:22:27] <ss23> Dr Pepper! It's like drinking medicine!
762: [04:22:28] <antmas> also, those effn FreshUp Bigg Fizz
763: [04:22:40] <irogue_> but diet coke reminds me of that time i wondered what happens if you put MSG in coke
764: [04:22:52] <ss23> hahhahahaha
765: [04:22:53] <zipp> Dr Pepper > all things
766: [04:22:53] <ss23> Not so good
767: [04:22:54] <ss23> :P
768: [04:23:39] <irogue_> yeah, MSG in coke not good at all
769: [04:23:55] <Stomach> godamnit javascript
770: [04:24:04] <irogue_> MSG is like... super-strong salt
771: [04:24:05] <Stomach> works locally, but not on the staging server
772: [04:24:06] <Stomach> O_O
773: [04:24:15] <Colin[pi]> MSG is awesome
774: [04:24:16] <Stomach> both in live mode, same code diffs
775: [04:24:20] <irogue_> i need to buy some again, it was great in stir frys
776: [04:24:23] * Stomach cries
777: [04:24:40] <Colin[pi]> irogue_: my gf is japanese brazilian, every time she cooks there's a crapload of MSG
778: [04:24:48] <Colin[pi]> now I don't think I can eat without it lol
779: [04:24:54] <irogue_> lol
780: [04:26:20] <pippy_> FrozenFire: did you ever figure out how to add a custom action to a dataobject in the CMS?
781: [04:26:34] <FrozenFire> Yes, sort of?
782: [04:26:45] <FrozenFire> I figured out a few ways that did various jobs.
783: [04:27:06] <pippy_> how you do it? getCMSActions() seems not to work
784: [04:27:22] <FrozenFire> Used LiteralField to add iframes when I needed whole custom forms
785: [04:27:29] <FrozenFire> Custom actions were slightly more complicated, iirc
786: [04:27:32] <FrozenFire> And hacky
787: [04:27:34] <Colin[pi]> antmas: any silverstripers doing a talk at WDCNZ?
788: [04:27:51] <pippy_> FrozenFire: eh god that's a hack :o
789: [04:28:02] <FrozenFire> I think I had to decorate the LeftAndMain I was working on to get custom actions
790: [04:28:10] <antmas> Colin[pi]: dunno, check the site
791: [04:28:21] <antmas> i'm outies
792: [04:28:25] <antmas> see yall tomorrow
793: [04:28:29] <Colin[pi]> antmas: says they sponsor, no talky
794: [04:28:32] <Stomach> if its a model admin you can add them through a custom itemeditform
795: [04:28:33] <Colin[pi]> k man, cya
796: [04:28:34] <Stomach> FrozenFire
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798: [04:28:40] <Stomach> cya antmas
799: [04:28:49] <FrozenFire> Stomach, Yeah, that's another way
800: [04:29:01] <FrozenFire> Though that required something special
801: [04:29:04] <FrozenFire> Might be fixed in newer versions
802: [04:29:18] <FrozenFire> When I did it, it took a lot to get the custom ItemEditForm to be used
803: [04:29:21] <pippy_> FrozenFire: I might just do it the iframe way?
804: [04:29:27] <FrozenFire> pippy_, I'd not recommend it. :P
805: [04:29:30] <FrozenFire> Didn't work in IE
806: [04:29:39] <FrozenFire> IE needs special headers to submit forms in an iframe
807: [04:29:40] <pippy_> ah
808: [04:30:21] <FrozenFire> It's been a while since I've done serious SS development, though, so there may have been improvements
809: [04:30:24] <FrozenFire> Best to ask one of the core devs
810: [04:30:36] <pippy_> guess i'll extend sitetree()
811: [04:30:51] <FrozenFire> Might want to try at Stomach's suggestion
812: [04:31:00] <FrozenFire> With the custom ItemEditForm
813: [04:31:01] <Stomach> pippy - do you just want to change some functionality off a model admin?
814: [04:31:37] <FrozenFire> I think all you need to do nowadays is extend ItemEditForm and then replace the ItemEditForm setting in some GridField component?
815: [04:31:46] <pippy_> There's a dataobject called NewsEvent, but only lets admins publish (by setting a hidden flag)
816: [04:31:55] <pippy_> we want a button that will email admins
817: [04:31:59] <FrozenFire> It's literally been at least 10 months since I last touched code related to that, though.
818: [04:32:07] <pippy_> preferably on the action buttons
819: [04:32:15] <Stomach> pippy_
820: [04:32:16] <Stomach> http://pastie.org/8999640
821: [04:33:53] <Stomach> and http://pastie.org/8999647
822: [04:34:42] <ss23> Just got another coke
823: [04:34:44] * ss23 looks at Colin[pi]
824: [04:34:45] <ss23> Tastes good.
825: [04:34:58] <Colin[pi]> i'll prepare the obituary
826: [04:35:01] <spronk> lemon yogurt cake
827: [04:35:03] <spronk> is fucking delicious.
828: [04:35:10] <spronk> TIL.
829: [04:35:13] <pippy_> Thanks Stomach
830: [04:35:40] <Stomach> no worries
831: [04:36:14] <pippy_> so the button will live on the gridfield?
832: [04:36:23] <Stomach> nah, its inside the object
833: [04:36:38] <Stomach> So you end up with "Save" "CustomAction" when editing
834: [04:37:06] <Stomach> you'd need to create a custom GridFieldAction if you wanted to have that, rather than on the item edit form
835: [04:37:23] <Stomach> but you could add that easily enough
836: [04:38:55] <pippy_> Stomach: brilliant i've got it working
837: [04:38:57] <pippy_> thanks heaps
838: [04:39:15] <Stomach> no problem
839: [04:39:42] <Stomach> that sort of thing isn't really well documented
840: [04:41:47] <Stomach> oh man, just spend half an hour tracking a javascript error that was due to me not running a flush on the front end
841: [04:41:51] <Stomach> that hasn't happened for a while
842: [04:41:56] <Stomach> >_<
843: [04:42:20] <Stomach> anyway, later ya'll
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845: [04:43:08] <zipp> Stomach: While simon_w is in the air on his flight, he's going to fix it so we never have to flush again!
846: [04:43:11] * zipp prays
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848: [04:43:49] <Stomach> he'll also remove composer and delete all references to namespaces on the internet while hes at it
849: [04:44:02] <Stomach> composer
850: [04:44:03] <Stomach> composer
851: [04:44:04] <Stomach> composer
852: [04:44:05] <Stomach> composer
853: [04:44:06] <Stomach> composer
854: [04:45:01] <Stomach> but that would be nice
855: [04:45:09] <Stomach> although I'm not really sure how he intends to do it
856: [04:45:15] <Stomach> without watching the filesystem
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858: [04:46:58] <irogue_> flatmate just found the sticky brown stuff on the bench
859: [04:47:21] <irogue_> there is now much less for me
860: [04:51:40] <Zauberfisch> zipp: well, we have bigger problems than flush
861: [04:51:51] <zipp> oh?
862: [04:52:13] <Zauberfisch> and the list of those problems is long
863: [04:52:22] <zipp> oh?
864: [04:52:37] <Zauberfisch> in fact, flush is so far down, I'm not sure its still in range of sight
865: [04:52:58] <Zauberfisch> not that I am saying its not a problem, just not the biggest one
866: [04:53:26] <Zauberfisch> I can live with doing ?flush= here and there
867: [04:53:57] <zipp> Zauberfisch: Where this list of big problems? github issues? but which are the biggest ones
868: [04:54:46] <Zauberfisch> for example
869: [04:55:04] <Zauberfisch> https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/issues?labels=critical&state=open
870: [04:55:14] <zipp> are they're labeled
871: [04:55:33] <Zauberfisch> but that are just the issues that are reported and labeled correclty
872: [04:55:40] <Zauberfisch> *correctly
873: [04:56:55] <Zauberfisch> eg this: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/pull/2859
874: [04:57:03] <Zauberfisch> if you ask me this is major
875: [04:57:08] <Zauberfisch> should be labeled blocker
876: [04:57:49] <Zauberfisch> (its already a pull request, but its still not merged)
877: [04:58:59] <Zauberfisch> espcially a major problem because the imagemagick backend is broken
878: [04:59:03] <Zauberfisch> so GD is the only way
879: [04:59:17] <Zauberfisch> and if you have clients with fancy cameras, then you are in troble
880: [05:00:57] <zipp> nope
881: [05:01:09] <zipp> as I wouldn't cheap out and use shared hosting
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883: [05:01:24] <Tanger> Imagemagick works with a few fixes to the code
884: [05:01:51] <Tanger> There's like 1 method where there's a variable that never gets set and hence crashes
885: [05:08:03] <Zauberfisch> zipp: well, throwing 500MB ram at a tiny website doen't sound like a good solution to me
886: [05:09:12] <Zauberfisch> and I do have clients on shared hosting. for small sites with 3-5EUR/month hosting doing it myself is just not worth it
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892: [05:34:27] <greseky> hello, guys, does anvbody knows how to change admin login template?
893: [05:34:59] <zipp> Create a file named Security_login.ss and put it in your theme/templates/Layout/ folder.
894: [05:36:19] <greseky> thanks, that's it :)
895: [05:36:24] <greseky> so simple
896: [05:37:36] <greseky> and how to add some css just for admin login page?
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900: [05:45:13] <greseky> for additional css do i need to extend Security class and then add css file?
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904: [06:03:09] <bwaaaah> hey am new with silverstripe and just trying to figure out how to start with the framework.....help needed
905: [06:03:30] <ss23> bwaaaah: Can you get the basic site installed and working?
906: [06:04:46] <bwaaaah> yea already done that and i can also access the admin panel
907: [06:04:57] <ss23> bwaaaah: Cool! So now you're just wanting to write code?
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909: [06:05:36] <bwaaaah> yea basically thats it and how to go about it
910: [06:05:38] <ss23> bwaaaah: There are the tutorials on docs.silverstripe.org that are good generally
911: [06:05:58] <ss23> bwaaaah: http://docs.silverstripe.org/framework/en/tutorials These give a good intro to basic things
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914: [06:15:35] <bwaaaah> do i hav eto look for a theme that i want to use or i can just customise the css the way i want it
915: [06:18:55] <ss23> bwaaaah: Feel free to customize. The code is all BSD, which means you can take it and use it in any kind of way you want (as long as you don't say it's official SilverStripe stuff after you modify it)
916: [06:19:04] <ss23> bwaaaah: There are some other themes that don't come built in you can customize too
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919: [06:37:41] <iamss> Hello SilverStripe!
920: [06:39:13] <ss23> Hallo!
921: [06:40:35] <iamss> Question? how to structure the dataobjects for related pages. Let's say I have ProductsPage and I select related ProductsPage to it
922: [06:40:50] <ss23> ProductsPage has many ProductsPage
923: [06:41:39] <ss23> class ProductsPage { private static $hash_many = array ("RelatedPages" => "ProductsPage",); }
924: [06:41:41] <ss23> etc
925: [06:43:10] <Colin[pi]> s/hash_many/has_many
926: [06:43:25] <ss23> yeah, that
927: [06:43:27] <ss23> :O
928: [06:43:29] <Colin[pi]> ;D
929: [06:44:42] <iamss> thanks ss23! can I use gridfield to select products pages?
930: [06:45:00] <iamss> I mean related products pages in a product page CMS
931: [06:45:29] <ss23> iamss: I would use a gridfield, yeah, but I'm not 100% on what you would have to configure it like to make it work well
932: [06:45:37] <ss23> iamss: But yes, if you look at gridfield, that should give you what you want :)
933: [06:46:27] <iamss> ok thanks ss23!
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940: [07:10:18] <Colin[pi]> aww yiss... wrote a php script last week that I converted to a Win32 executable.. client deployed on live environment... WORKS FLAWLESSLY.
941: [07:10:26] <Colin[pi]> \o/
942: [07:12:33] <ss23> XD
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950: [07:44:15] <Colin[pi]> dem html entities http://i.imgur.com/uA5qhpV.png
951: [07:44:21] <Colin[pi]> gg microsoft
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955: [07:57:56] <iamss> Hello SS! I need help, I can't make the GridFieldRelationHandler to work. Here's my code http://pastebin.com/weHLdRgb
956: [07:58:52] <iamss> What I want is to create checkboxes to my gridfield
957: [07:59:14] <iamss> here's the link to the plugin GridFieldRelationHandler https://github.com/simonwelsh/silverstripe-GridFieldRelationHandler
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959: [08:03:25] <iamss> anyone please?
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962: [08:06:38] <irogue_> http://instagram.com/p/metf6uxg7N/
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964: [08:06:54] <iamss> Hello SS! Need help please. my goal is to add checkboxes to a gridfield. Here's my code http://pastebin.com/weHLdRgb
965: [08:07:19] <New2SS> Hi, HTML editor in page strips some html tags. what is best way to set in globally that these tags are not invalid.
966: [08:08:06] <New2SS> @iamss http://api.silverstripe.org/3.0/class-CheckboxField.html
967: [08:08:31] <New2SS> also http://api.silverstripe.org/3.0/class-OptionsetField.html
968: [08:11:37] <wmk> New2SS, in HTMLEditorConfig you can add those tags to TinyMCE
969: [08:11:43] <wmk> http://api.silverstripe.org/3.1/class-HtmlEditorConfig.html
970: [08:12:31] <New2SS> @wmk, can I set to config file so that it applies to all html editor fields?
971: [08:12:45] <wmk> HTMLEditorConfig afaik generates the config file
972: [08:13:20] <qlex> hey guys...
973: [08:13:27] <wmk> hi qlex
974: [08:13:40] <qlex> what would be the best way of getting a table with results from regatta, to be done in ss cms and displayed in a smilar way to this example ?
975: [08:13:41] <qlex> http://www.cncascais.com/index.php?option=com_rib&view=item&id=756&catid=2&Itemid=157&lang=pt#results
976: [08:14:08] <qlex> im getting regatta results usually in pdf/rft/xls and i need to enter them into cms for display on ss-powered websitye
977: [08:14:38] <qlex> im getting the idea that grid would work best, but havent seen an example of a module that would automatically create a new page type that would have the display of grid ready
978: [08:15:34] <wmk> well, it seems like a flat table to me, no relations etc. you can model this quite easy with DataObjects, qlex
979: [08:16:21] <wmk> the tutorials should cover this. If you can do an automatic import from a CSV, XML or something similar it should be fine
980: [08:16:56] <qlex> great, that's what im looking for, to be able to upload the file, get it converted to "table" view and display them in ss
981: [08:17:44] <wmk> if you can read and understand the file / structure with php it should be fine. depends on the file and what you want to do with the data.
982: [08:18:07] <wmk> there are already some classes for importing e.g. from csv
983: [08:19:17] <wmk> qlex, http://api.silverstripe.org/3.1/class-CsvBulkLoader.html should get you started for the importer
984: [08:19:17] <qlex> wmk: i just need to display it, but the strucutre of csv/xls might change, as the resutls are done by different umpires
985: [08:19:33] <qlex> so i guess, i might end up manually having to re-enter the results into a grid
986: [08:20:27] <wmk> manually with grid should be fine if you cannot guarantee a consistend structure.
987: [08:20:40] <wmk> grid enters the data to your model.
988: [08:20:47] <wmk> have you gone through the tutorials?
989: [08:20:52] <qlex> long time ago
990: [08:21:39] <wmk> http://doc.silverstripe.org/framework/en/tutorials/5-dataobject-relationship-management
991: [08:24:09] <qlex> wmk: thanks, i will look it up
992: [08:24:11] <qlex> need to run
993: [08:24:12] <qlex> bye !
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997: [08:28:23] <Pygodfatherk> Dolbre Utra.
998: [08:30:06] <Colin[pi]> ciao Pygodfatherk
999: [08:30:50] <Pygodfatherk> Colin[pi]: make me an offer I cannot refuse.
1000: [08:31:14] <Pygodfatherk> ...or something.
1001: [08:31:26] <wmk> Pygodfatherk, coffee?
1002: [08:31:38] <Pygodfatherk> neg, horrible stuff.
1003: [08:31:39] <Colin[pi]> women
1004: [08:31:48] <wmk> Colin[pi], even more horrible?
1005: [08:31:53] <wmk> (well, depends)
1006: [08:31:58] <Pygodfatherk> Had a Monday Morning consolation hot chocolate already anyway.
1007: [08:32:00] <ss23> Pygodfatherk: A blowjob from Zoey Dechanzel
1008: [08:32:14] <ss23> Though not sure I'm the best person to be "offering" that..
1009: [08:32:18] <Pygodfatherk> ss23: oooh, you're starting in the deep end!
1010: [08:32:28] <ss23> Pygodfatherk: No, you'll be starting in her deep end
1011: [08:32:29] <ss23> ;)
1012: [08:32:35] <Pygodfatherk> But again, I'm going to have to refuse.
1013: [08:32:40] <ss23> WOAH
1014: [08:32:41] <ss23> WOAH.
1015: [08:32:49] <Pygodfatherk> She's cute and all, but... dunno.
1016: [08:32:56] <ss23> ...
1017: [08:32:57] <Pygodfatherk> cute !== hot
1018: [08:33:02] <ss23> So..
1019: [08:33:08] * ss23 tries to think of a stereotypical "hot" girl...
1020: [08:33:09] <ss23> ummmm
1021: [08:33:13] <Pygodfatherk> rofl
1022: [08:33:17] <ss23> fuck
1023: [08:33:19] <ss23> that girl in transformers?
1024: [08:33:24] <Pygodfatherk> yuck.
1025: [08:33:32] <ss23> fine uh
1026: [08:33:34] <ss23> herminoe
1027: [08:33:36] <ss23> that chick
1028: [08:33:38] <ss23> from harry potter?
1029: [08:33:45] <ss23> emma someone?
1030: [08:33:47] <Pygodfatherk> well, depends. First two transformers, or the third one?
1031: [08:33:51] <irogue_> emma watson
1032: [08:33:54] <Pygodfatherk> nope.
1033: [08:33:59] <ss23> Emma Watson
1034: [08:34:01] <irogue_> the ultimate "puberty was good to her"
1035: [08:34:07] <Pygodfatherk> I mean, she grew up and all, yeah, but she'll always be hermoine.
1036: [08:34:08] <ss23> Okay fuck it, fine, Brad Pitt, Pygodfatherk.
1037: [08:34:09] <ss23> Better?
1038: [08:34:17] <Pygodfatherk> hmm, ok sure.
1039: [08:34:21] <ss23> XD
1040: [08:34:26] <irogue_> ew
1041: [08:34:30] <Pygodfatherk> I could sell that to the tabloids afterwardsa nd make a pretty penny :P
1042: [08:34:39] <Pygodfatherk> hahaha
1043: [08:34:45] <irogue_> Pygodfatherk: if you really want tabloid gold
1044: [08:34:50] <irogue_> bang tom cruise
1045: [08:34:53] <Pygodfatherk> no, not at all.
1046: [08:34:56] <Pygodfatherk> ha!
1047: [08:34:57] <ss23> irogue_: oh man
1048: [08:34:58] <ss23> the sales on that...
1049: [08:35:10] <Pygodfatherk> Nah, he can hide his cruise missile somewhere else.
1050: [08:35:18] <Pygodfatherk> maybe in a skud silo.
1051: [08:35:19] <ss23> Cruise missle?
1052: [08:35:24] <Colin[pi]> lol
1053: [08:35:25] <ss23> Makes it sound like he's got a monsterously large penis
1054: [08:35:34] <Pygodfatherk> ss23: not really.
1055: [08:35:39] <ss23> Dude, "cruise missle"
1056: [08:35:40] <ss23> Does too
1057: [08:35:43] <Pygodfatherk> nope.
1058: [08:35:50] <Pygodfatherk> Only if you're ss23.
1059: [08:36:03] <ss23> I dunno what cruise missles you've seen, BUT THEY AIN'T GUNNA FIT INSIDE ANY GIRLS I KNOW
1060: [08:36:08] <ss23> Except your mother, maybe.
1061: [08:36:10] <Pygodfatherk> rofl.
1062: [08:36:16] <Pygodfatherk> woah, woah, BOOM!
1063: [08:36:19] <ss23> XD
1064: [08:36:24] <Pygodfatherk> you're growing up ss23, I'm so proud.
1065: [08:36:25] <ss23> The ultimate climax!
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1067: [08:36:32] <ss23> Pygodfatherk: ... wut?
1068: [08:38:23] <Pygodfatherk> ss23: making (well timed) mother jokes.
1069: [08:38:32] <ss23> lol
1070: [08:43:55] <Pygodfatherk> irogue_: you don't approve of the pitt?
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1072: [08:48:04] <Pygodfatherk> so like, GROUP_CONCAT is an extremely bad idea :<
1073: [08:48:15] <irogue_> nah, too old
1074: [08:48:20] <Pygodfatherk> extreeeeeeemely.
1075: [08:48:39] <Pygodfatherk> irogue_: yeah, now I suppose so.
1076: [08:48:58] <Pygodfatherk> not really his 'hay day' anymore though either.
1077: [08:49:06] <irogue_> yeah
1078: [08:49:07] <Pygodfatherk> I can't think of the last movie he was in even.
1079: [08:49:21] <irogue_> idk if you've ever seen any of MTV's Teen Wolf
1080: [08:49:27] <Pygodfatherk> yep
1081: [08:49:28] <irogue_> but safe to say i don't watch that show for the storyline
1082: [08:49:32] <Pygodfatherk> hahaha
1083: [08:49:42] <Pygodfatherk> the twins, the main character, or...?
1084: [08:50:13] <irogue_> twins are hot except weird face
1085: [08:50:20] <Pygodfatherk> yeah ikr
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1087: [08:50:23] <Pygodfatherk> bl2them
1088: [08:50:24] <irogue_> tyler posey ftw (main guy)
1089: [08:50:30] <Pygodfatherk> yeh, heh.
1090: [08:50:33] <irogue_> and also dylan o'brien (stiles)
1091: [08:50:38] <Pygodfatherk> had a feeling, no one else seems your type.
1092: [08:50:42] <irogue_> he got hot between when the show started and now
1093: [08:51:04] <Pygodfatherk> Dylan O'Brian's character is pretty awesome.
1094: [08:51:06] <irogue_> also he's a total nerd who got started doing web shows on youtube
1095: [08:51:12] <irogue_> so extra points for that
1096: [08:51:31] <Pygodfatherk> I really like seeing a bit of versatility from him in the last season.
1097: [08:51:39] <Pygodfatherk> was awesome.
1098: [08:51:50] <Pygodfatherk> ha, I didn't know that.
1099: [08:51:53] <irogue_> ya
1100: [08:52:25] <irogue_> the last season the focus totally switched, he became main character
1101: [08:52:27] <irogue_> i liked that
1102: [08:52:35] <Pygodfatherk> pretty much, yeh.
1103: [08:52:50] <Pygodfatherk> Didn't really pick him as being your kinda deal though :>
1104: [08:53:23] <Pygodfatherk> doesn't have dem beiber looks :P
1105: [08:53:38] <irogue_> lol
1106: [08:53:49] <Pygodfatherk> err, I mean ellen paige
1107: [08:53:51] <irogue_> i have pretty wide tastes
1108: [08:53:54] <Pygodfatherk> whatever, same thing.
1109: [08:54:01] <Pygodfatherk> :P
1110: [08:54:47] <Pygodfatherk> I probably would have picked Danny over Stiles though, but that would have been way stereotypical :<
1111: [08:55:17] <irogue_> i'm not attracted to doucheness, so that's a no for JB
1112: [08:55:25] <Pygodfatherk> JB?
1113: [08:55:33] <irogue_> biebs
1114: [08:56:01] <Pygodfatherk> oh, right. He grew up and became an even bigger waste of news coverage, if that was even possible :<
1115: [08:56:25] <irogue_> i followed him on youtubes way back before anyone had heard of him
1116: [08:56:45] <irogue_> when it was just "this random white boy can sing like a black woman"
1117: [08:56:55] <Pygodfatherk> he does?
1118: [08:57:04] <irogue_> watching the gradual demise has been quite depressing
1119: [08:57:08] <Pygodfatherk> I thought he just sang like a whiteboy witha producer behind him.
1120: [08:57:32] <irogue_> no, before he had a manager or producer or anything, lol
1121: [08:57:38] <Pygodfatherk> hah
1122: [08:57:49] <Pygodfatherk> I haven't actaully knowingly heard any of his songs.
1123: [08:57:56] <irogue_> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oJyssf8C5k
1124: [08:57:57] <Pygodfatherk> still.
1125: [08:58:00] <Pygodfatherk> thank fuck.
1126: [08:58:05] <Pygodfatherk> NOT GOING TO START
1127: [08:58:06] <irogue_> "2,938,282 views 7 years ago"
1128: [08:58:11] <Pygodfatherk> ha
1129: [08:58:19] <irogue_> SEVEN. YEARS.
1130: [08:58:38] <ss23> irogue_: aw snap, I think I have seen this before but didn't know who it was
1131: [08:58:51] <irogue_> lol yeah
1132: [08:58:57] <ss23> actually, don't think it was the one I was thinking of
1133: [08:59:08] <ss23> hmm
1134: [08:59:08] <ss23> idk
1135: [08:59:10] <ss23> long time ago
1136: [08:59:53] <irogue_> i have that john key sausage pic on my 2nd monitor
1137: [09:00:04] <irogue_> and every once in a while i happen to look at it and giggle out loud
1138: [09:00:53] <irogue_> wow
1139: [09:00:56] <ss23> lol
1140: [09:01:01] <ss23> dude
1141: [09:01:04] <ss23> that is nothing
1142: [09:01:11] <ss23> I put up this gif during a work party where we were all smashed
1143: [09:01:32] <irogue_> Unit: "Our informant's pretty paranoid, took quite a bit of convincing that I'm a real police officer"
1144: [09:01:39] <ss23> http://i.imgur.com/NiPAP3M.gif
1145: [09:01:42] <irogue_> Comms: "Yeah, she called us to check your ID"
1146: [09:01:55] <irogue_> Unit: "Yeah, apparently full uniform, ID and a marked police car isn't enough"
1147: [09:01:59] <ss23> lol
1148: [09:02:39] <irogue_> ss23: have added it to my "screen of lol"
1149: [09:02:44] <ss23> lol
1150: [09:02:51] <ss23> fuck
1151: [09:02:54] <ss23> I just laughed and dribbled
1152: [09:02:55] <ss23> :(
1153: [09:03:17] <ss23> help
1154: [09:03:19] <ss23> can't stop laughing
1155: [09:04:45] <irogue_> pretty sure that dog has fleas
1156: [09:05:26] <irogue_> very desperate to scratch back
1157: [09:05:48] <ss23> Sometimes I open up IE for testing and get sad about how abysmal Chromes font rendering is
1158: [09:06:05] <irogue_> man, linked channels during normal hours is crazy
1159: [09:06:16] <ss23> linked channels?
1160: [09:06:22] <irogue_> entirety of waikato police sharing one radio channel
1161: [09:06:26] <ss23> oic
1162: [09:06:30] <ss23> sounds like a bad idea
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1164: [09:06:55] <irogue_> they usually do it at like 4am-5am for breaks
1165: [09:07:12] <irogue_> but never during peakish times
1166: [09:07:21] <ss23> Apart from today?
1167: [09:07:27] <irogue_> there's usually "City" and "Rural"
1168: [09:07:44] <irogue_> City being Hamilton and the small surrounding towns (Whatawhata, Tamahere etc)
1169: [09:08:17] <irogue_> but there's an AOS operation on somewhere at the mo
1170: [09:08:39] <irogue_> so the Rural operator is manning the AOS channel (which is encrypted) instead
1171: [09:08:58] <ss23> break the crypto and broadcast that too
1172: [09:08:59] <ss23> it'll be fun
1173: [09:09:00] <ss23> ^.^
1174: [09:09:04] <irogue_> so had to link channels cos no spare dispatchers/operators
1175: [09:09:36] <irogue_> ss23: lol
1176: [09:09:41] <irogue_> it's do-able
1177: [09:09:56] <ss23> DO IT
1178: [09:09:57] <ss23> :D
1179: [09:10:19] <irogue_> depends what cipher they're using
1180: [09:10:22] <irogue_> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_25#Security_flaws
1181: [09:10:43] <ss23> lol @ RC34
1182: [09:10:46] <ss23> rc4*
1183: [09:11:08] <irogue_> "daughter is trying to cut herself with a plastic bread tag"
1184: [09:11:30] <ss23> Hmm
1185: [09:11:35] <ss23> She sounds mentally damaged. Wonder how old she is...
1186: [09:11:37] <spronk> hm
1187: [09:11:44] <spronk> how do i get police scannah
1188: [09:11:44] <ss23> I could hit it
1189: [09:11:49] <ss23> spronk: Hamilton one?
1190: [09:11:51] <spronk> LOL
1191: [09:11:53] <spronk> nah
1192: [09:11:54] <spronk> i want chch
1193: [09:12:03] <ss23> chch encrypted?
1194: [09:12:22] <irogue_> ya
1195: [09:12:25] <irogue_> chch encrypted
1196: [09:12:27] <ss23> lame
1197: [09:12:35] <ss23> So spronk start with 10 years of embedded systems development
1198: [09:12:35] <irogue_> auckland, wellington and chch are encrypted
1199: [09:12:43] <ss23> Follow with 5 years of cryptography knowledge
1200: [09:12:49] <ss23> Then 2 years of reading latest research
1201: [09:12:56] <ss23> There, a recepie for getting it
1202: [09:12:57] <ss23> :D
1203: [09:13:34] <irogue_> or, to be precise, Waitemata, Auckland City, Counties Manukau, Wellington & Canterbury
1204: [09:14:06] <irogue_> http://www.police.govt.nz/about-us/structure/districts
1205: [09:15:09] <spronk> :[
1206: [09:15:55] <Pygodfatherk> or y'know, steal a police radio.
1207: [09:16:20] <Pygodfatherk> If you get caught you can hear heaps from the back seat of the car too.
1208: [09:16:28] * Pygodfatherk probably shouldn't know this :<
1209: [09:16:30] <ss23> But if you steal police radio, how does it negotiate keys?
1210: [09:16:46] <ss23> e.g. if it has keys stored on police radio, that is lulz, just steal one and infinite free police radio for lyfe
1211: [09:16:59] <ss23> and if not stored on device, then re-engotiation on wire, just listen for key renegotation
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1213: [09:20:07] <irogue_> ss23: they use a combo of OTA and manual re-keying
1214: [09:20:26] <ss23> OTA?
1215: [09:21:18] <irogue_> from what i understand of NZ's implementation, OTA daily and manual weekly
1216: [09:21:21] <irogue_> over the air
1217: [09:22:11] <irogue_> manual = they get plugged into a physical station that uploads some new key bits
1218: [09:22:23] <irogue_> i think its like a salt
1219: [09:22:41] <ss23> oic
1220: [09:22:44] <irogue_> OTA updates use that week's salt, the salt gets changed in hardware instead of passed over the air
1221: [09:23:07] <irogue_> so if you stole one it'd be good for the rest of the week
1222: [09:23:28] <ss23> oic
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1225: [09:33:04] <Pygodfatherk> how to get around GROUP_CONCAT being so fucking shitface slow :<
1226: [09:33:36] <Pygodfatherk> also, php nerds, is it true that output buffer then flush into string is faster than storing in a string?
1227: [09:34:17] <Colin[pi]> Pygodfatherk: write a simple test and profile it
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1231: [09:45:26] <spronk> 2.8522970676422 for concat
1232: [09:45:26] <spronk> 0.25146508216858 for ob
1233: [09:45:29] <spronk> yes.
1234: [09:45:33] <spronk> much faster.
1235: [09:45:55] <Pygodfatherk> heh, I wonder the fuck why
1236: [09:46:05] <spronk> hmm
1237: [09:46:09] <spronk> probably
1238: [09:46:13] <spronk> because ob is C
1239: [09:46:16] <spronk> vs str is phpland
1240: [09:46:26] <spronk> php variables have a lot of overhead too
1241: [09:46:30] <Pygodfatherk> and... PHP is written in Python?
1242: [09:46:47] <spronk> nono as in
1243: [09:46:52] <spronk> echo
1244: [09:46:58] <spronk> is basically a direct call to C code
1245: [09:47:00] <spronk> whereas
1246: [09:47:01] <Pygodfatherk> hmm, but technically OB is one giant var though?
1247: [09:47:01] <spronk> $str = x
1248: [09:47:05] <spronk> is not
1249: [09:47:26] <Pygodfatherk> $str = 'blah' is not direct C call?
1250: [09:47:33] <ss23> 21:33:38 < Pygodfatherk> also, php nerds, is it true that output buffer then flush into string is faster than storing in a string?
1251: [09:47:36] <Pygodfatherk> but echo "blah" is?
1252: [09:47:36] <ss23> depends on SAPI
1253: [09:47:44] <ss23> (probably)
1254: [09:47:45] <Pygodfatherk> ss23: sapi?
1255: [09:47:55] <ss23> server api, mod_php, cgi, fcgi, cli, etc
1256: [09:48:00] <Pygodfatherk> oic
1257: [09:48:04] <ss23> But who cares? It doesn't make a meaninful difference
1258: [09:48:05] <spronk> i doubt whether it would
1259: [09:48:07] <Pygodfatherk> you reckon?
1260: [09:48:22] <spronk> SAPI would probably change the overall multiplier
1261: [09:48:27] <ss23> I recko it makes literally no difference
1262: [09:48:32] <spronk> but... ob will still be faster than other
1263: [09:48:37] <ss23> spronk: Was more thinking about whether IO is going to be instant or block / wait for buffers etc
1264: [09:48:55] <spronk> ^^ that code above was echoing 1m things
1265: [09:49:01] <Pygodfatherk> so using OB then dumping in a var after every 'write' is technically much faster :<
1266: [09:49:22] <ss23> wait, you mean...
1267: [09:49:22] <spronk> take the echos out:
1268: [09:49:23] <spronk> 0.30138206481934 for concat
1269: [09:49:23] <spronk> 0.25134205818176 for ob
1270: [09:49:34] <ss23> spronk: Which script did y ou use to profile?
1271: [09:49:42] <Pygodfatherk> mtime?
1272: [09:49:46] <spronk> for($i = 0; $i < 1000000; $i++) { ... }
1273: [09:49:48] <spronk> microtime()
1274: [09:49:51] <Pygodfatherk> mmm
1275: [09:49:53] <spronk> well, microtime(true)
1276: [09:49:58] <ss23> spronk: Full script :P
1277: [09:50:02] <spronk> HANG ON
1278: [09:50:04] <ss23> spronk: pastebin it pls
1279: [09:50:04] <ss23> <3
1280: [09:50:05] <Pygodfatherk> viper pad that shit
1281: [09:50:08] <ss23> ya
1282: [09:50:10] <ss23> TO THE VIPER PAD
1283: [09:50:21] <ss23> Cause you know with zendvm, the code you run first runs at a way different speed to the code you run second
1284: [09:50:23] <spronk> http://codepad.viper-7.com/CEONQ2
1285: [09:50:45] <ss23> blank for concat :(
1286: [09:50:57] <spronk> eh?
1287: [09:51:02] <ss23> wtf no you broke it
1288: [09:51:03] <ss23> on viper
1289: [09:51:15] <ss23> it outputs hallo a billion times
1290: [09:51:18] <ss23> almost crashes chrome
1291: [09:51:19] <spronk> million
1292: [09:51:23] <spronk> KEKEKEK
1293: [09:51:49] <spronk> changing code order makes no difference
1294: [09:51:59] <spronk> its much closer on viper
1295: [09:52:13] <ss23> http://codepad.viper-7.com/U1XPma
1296: [09:52:15] <ss23> version that won't rape it
1297: [09:52:19] <ss23> yeah
1298: [09:52:37] <Pygodfatherk> https://github.com/EllisLab/CodeIgniter/blob/2.1.3/system/core/Loader.php#L813
1299: [09:52:45] <Pygodfatherk> so question stems from thist
1300: [09:53:17] <spronk> interesting
1301: [09:53:17] <ss23> The second one is somewhat valid, and common
1302: [09:53:19] <spronk> dependent on php version
1303: [09:53:20] <spronk> 0.19986701011658 for concat 0.093580961227417 for ob
1304: [09:53:20] <ss23> speed thing is silly IMO though
1305: [09:53:22] <spronk> for 5.3.10
1306: [09:53:32] <ss23> spronk: not surprised, billions of speed fixes in most PHP relases
1307: [09:54:08] <Pygodfatherk> so yeah, I have to manually concat the shit out of some queries :<
1308: [09:54:26] <Pygodfatherk> because MySQL full derp so so so so so slow
1309: [09:54:30] <spronk> is a php5.5 fix seems like
1310: [09:54:33] <Pygodfatherk> pretty much brings server to its knees.
1311: [09:54:48] <spronk> hmm
1312: [09:54:52] <spronk> 5.5 is fast
1313: [09:54:54] <spronk> trunk is slow
1314: [09:54:56] <spronk> (for concat)
1315: [09:55:12] <ss23> idk about trunk on viper, might not be really trunk
1316: [09:55:12] <ss23> :
1317: [09:55:13] <ss23> :P
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1319: [10:01:16] <Zauberfisch> back
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1322: [10:16:04] <Pygodfatherk> hi2u Zauberfisch
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1327: [10:22:41] <Zauberfisch> blubb Pygodfatherk
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1332: [11:28:01] <Colin[pi]> diabolical: http://www.androidpolice.com/2014/04/06/the-1-new-paid-app-in-the-play-store-costs-4-has-over-10000-downloads-a-4-7-star-rating-and-its-a-total-scam/
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1337: [11:53:09] <bwaaah> +ss23 im trying to install a module but it kinda gives me errors each time
1338: [11:53:25] <bwaaah> Page not found Sorry, it seems you were trying to access a page that doesn't exist. Please check the spelling of the URL you were trying to access and try again.
1339: [11:53:34] <Maarten__> Hi to you all! Anybody knows how to delete ALL or a selection of objects in a dataGrid at once in Silverstripe CMS gui? Can't find any button to do this. Anybody?
1340: [11:54:02] <bwaaah> iv copied the module folder on the root of my silverstripe folder
1341: [11:54:16] <Maarten__> I'm using Silverstripe 3
1342: [11:55:14] <Maarten__> @bwaaah: did you build the database with /dev/build and flush with ?flush=all ?
1343: [11:55:54] <bwaaah> yea i did but still it aint installing
1344: [11:57:21] <Maarten__> @bwaaah: most modules have their own reserved name for the folder. try to find out if you got the right foldername for that module (and that that folder is in the root of your project)
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1347: [11:58:46] <bwaaah> i directly extracted the folder that was archived to the project root folder
1348: [11:59:07] <Maarten__> Anybody knows how to delete a selection or ALL items in a GridField in Silverstripe GUI? Can't find any button to do this, it's crazy
1349: [11:59:51] <micmania1> Maarten__: try this: http://addons.silverstripe.org/add-ons/colymba/gridfield-bulk-editing-tools
1350: [12:00:20] <micmania1> bwaaah: Modules don't always automatically create the page. You have to do this yourself using the CMS
1351: [12:01:25] <Maarten__> @micmania1 Thanks, I'll give that a try. But you got to be kidding there is no default build in way to delete more than one item at the time. Are you serious?
1352: [12:02:33] <Maarten__> @bwaaah: also make sure you got rid of the _master in the foldername, if you took it from github
1353: [12:02:35] <micmania1> Maarten__: nope, its not necessary on all projects so its not considered core. I've never needed that functionality.
1354: [12:04:46] <Maarten__> @micmania1: I'm surprised. I need it for all projects: you have 200 questions loaded in and want to get rid of all questions to start new ones. You have 130 members (quizplayers) and you want to delete 20 players... and so on. Seems to me it's very very common. strange. But thanks for the link, I'll give it a try! Whatever doest the trick
1355: [12:07:42] <bwaaah> @micmania1 i am trying to create a login/registration the problem is from the cms when i add new page the page type isnt there
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1357: [12:10:38] <Maarten__> @micmania1: looks like colymba got some nice tools. Looks like the bulk-editing-tools are especially made for images. Is it made for custom dataobjects and members too?
1358: [12:12:21] <Maarten__> Ah, I see, I'm sorry for over asking
1359: [12:17:28] <micmania1> bwaaah: what module are you using?
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1361: [12:31:21] <bwaaah> customhtmlform-master and the silverstripe-multiform-master
1362: [12:31:42] <bwaaah> also LoginWidget0.2
1363: [12:32:29] <micmania1> what version of silverstripe?
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1365: [12:32:50] <bwaaah> when i dev/build this is the response..........Object not found! The requested URL was not found on this server. If you entered the URL manually please check your spelling and try again. If you think this is a server error, please contact the webmaster. Error 404 localhost Apache/2.4.7 (Win32) OpenSSL/1.0.1e PHP/5.5.6
1366: [12:33:23] <bwaaah> i downloaded the lates 3.1.3
1367: [12:33:36] <micmania1> the first module only work with 2.4
1368: [12:47:23] <DesignerX> hi guys, anyone knows how to customize the GridView that popsup when "Add Existing" is clicked ? I eed to show an Image Thumbnail & other custom columns if possible
1369: [12:47:26] <bwaaah> this is the response im getting......Fatal error: Class 'ModelAdmin_CollectionController' not found in C:\xampp\htdocs\silverstripe\remodeladmin\code\RemodelAdmin.php on line 45
1370: [12:51:42] <micmania1> DesignerX: Look at GridFieldAddExistingAutocomplete->setResultsFormat()
1371: [12:52:34] <Pygodfatherk> Where are all the pollution modules coming from :< Seem to be sprining up a lot lately :/
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1373: [12:53:59] <micmania1> There's a big warning at the top of the old modules site directing users to the new addons site. Maybe its not big or colourful enough?
1374: [12:54:00] <DesignerX> micmania1: ty
1375: [12:54:50] <Maarten__> @micmania1: the gridfield-bulk-editing is working briljant! Just added it on my modelAdmins of my dataobjects. I was trying to add the new config with bulk editing tools to the Member admin too (the security panel). But without luck. I figured I need a data-extention to extend the Member dataobject, but can't figure out how. Do you know of any example online or give me some direction on this? Thanks again!!
1376: [12:55:09] <Pygodfatherk> micmania1: hmm, perhaps if they're outdated. But there also seems to be a number of nonsense modules or things that basically amount to either reinventing the wheel or wrappers.
1377: [12:56:08] <micmania1> Maarten__: http://doc.silverstripe.org/framework/en/reference/dataextension
1378: [12:56:32] <Zauberfisch> micmania1: am I to expect any troubles when subclassing your blog module?
1379: [12:56:44] <micmania1> nope :)
1380: [12:56:54] <Zauberfisch> as in "class PressPage extend Blog and class PressArticle extends BlogPost
1381: [12:56:56] <Zauberfisch> "
1382: [12:56:59] <Zauberfisch> good
1383: [12:57:16] <micmania1> I've just recently updated it to allow for better subclassing actually :)
1384: [12:57:20] <micmania1> in 1.0.4
1385: [12:57:32] <Zauberfisch> and do I see correctly, that the blog is designed to be able have multiple blogs
1386: [12:57:37] <Zauberfisch> as in creat multiple blog pages
1387: [12:57:50] <micmania1> yes
1388: [12:57:56] <Pygodfatherk> afaik it's a re-take on the old module, just done better.
1389: [12:58:03] <Pygodfatherk> so works pretty similar, right micmania1 ?
1390: [12:58:07] <Zauberfisch> so eg the department of youth has a press section (blog) and the department of finanzes has a press area
1391: [12:58:23] <Maarten__> @micmania1: sorry, I know how to extend the Member, sorry I put it the wrong way. But don't know how to get the gridfield with members on the security panel inside the panel...... or maybe I just found it: $this->sanitiseClassName($this->modelClass); I'll try that one out
1392: [12:58:25] <Zauberfisch> micmania1: perfect, thanks for the intel
1393: [12:58:41] <micmania1> I belive so. For my own site I have a blog, then separately I have a Portfolio which extends Blog.
1394: [12:59:34] <micmania1> Its also built so you can show subclasses in the SiteTree and they'll be completely exlcuded form the GridField view (inc dropdown)
1395: [12:59:50] <micmania1> and show in the sitetree*
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1398: [13:01:19] <DesignerX> is there any blog module using DataObjectAsPage module ? so we dont have a massive list of pages as BlogPosts ?
1399: [13:02:06] <micmania1> DesignerX: nope, but mine solves that problem: https://github.com/micmania1/silverstripe-blogger (shameless plug)
1400: [13:02:55] <Zauberfisch> DesignerX: I haven't battle tested the module of micmania1 yet, but at first glance it looks like the blog module, but done right
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1402: [13:04:59] <DesignerX> Zauberfisch: micmania1 cool ty :) & any thoughts on Widgets ? the ones from SS2.4 scared me so much that I created my own "Gadgets" system to replace it when SS3 came out. U think SS3 widgets are good ?
1403: [13:05:22] <micmania1> When writing tests is there a way to publish a page from the yaml file or is it best to change the to stages reading mode?
1404: [13:05:40] <micmania1> DesignerX: they could be better, but seem to do the job.
1405: [13:06:56] <Maarten__> @DesignerX: I tested the widget module on SS3, but it got some nasty bugs. We've got unexpected results getting data from the database when using two or more widgets on one page for example
1406: [13:07:40] <Maarten__> @DesignerX: there are also problems with uploadfields (not working). If not solved in the last few months that is
1407: [13:07:43] <DesignerX> Maarten__: micmania1 ty , saved me a day of usless test on widgets
1408: [13:09:30] <Maarten__> what is ty?
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1410: [13:09:38] <DesignerX> thank you
1411: [13:09:48] <DesignerX> :D
1412: [13:09:54] <Maarten__> ah alright :)
1413: [13:10:43] <DesignerX> I created my own, using GridField, gridfieldextensions / GridFieldAddNewMultiClassHandler . I juist extend Gadget class and add fields/relation linke any other DO .... damn I want to shre it but need to get Git :(
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1415: [13:12:50] <Maarten__> @micmania1: do you happen to know how to get a hook on the Gridfield in the Members panel from within the DataExtention? I tried getEditForm and updateEditForm, without any luck. Any clue?
1416: [13:15:11] <micmania1> Maarten__: Look a Member->getCMSFields to find out the name of the GridField then in updateCMSFields() use $fields->getByName("GRIDFIELDNAME")
1417: [13:15:20] <micmania1> fieldByName() even
1418: [13:21:28] <Maarten__> @micmania1: thing is, I don't want the CMS fields, but the GridField listing all members, so inside the security admin panel. So I want to have that gridfield to add the GridFieldBulkEditingTools to the configuration
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1420: [13:25:40] <micmania1> ah, add a dataxtension to SecurityAdmin
1421: [13:25:46] <Pygodfatherk> DesignerX: ss3 wdgets are the same as ss2
1422: [13:26:21] <Pygodfatherk> Maarten__: this is not twitter. You do not need to @ every time you mention someone.
1423: [13:26:51] <Zauberfisch> in fact, my client ignores @Zauberfisch
1424: [13:26:56] <micmania1> mine too
1425: [13:27:04] <Pygodfatherk> so do about 100% of all the ones I've tested
1426: [13:27:15] <Zauberfisch> just highlights on ^Zauberfisch
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1429: [13:36:16] <Maarten__> @micmania1: thanks, that's exactly what I need and now have. Now I need to add the component to the gridfield, but the way it works on other DataObjects in admin-panels it doesn't seem to work on members. This is what I have at this moment: http://sspaste.com/paste/show/5342a671321f1
1430: [13:42:58] <micmania1> Maarten__: updateEditForm() & I don't receive notifications when you use @micmania1. Ther's no @'s in IRC
1431: [13:48:38] <Maarten__> alright thanks. how do I send you a notification then? or is it automatically on name?
1432: [13:49:13] <Maarten__> micmania1 alright thanks. how do I send you a notification then? or is it automatically on name?
1433: [13:50:23] <Pygodfatherk> Maarten__: yes.
1434: [13:56:44] <micmania1> Pygodfatherk: I got to 512 earlier :( Can't beat it
1435: [13:57:06] <Pygodfatherk> Maarten__ you don't /send/ notifications, but if you mention the user's name exatly, _IF_ their client supports it, it will detect that you're talking to them and flash, beep, otherwise 'notify', whatever.
1436: [13:57:18] <Pygodfatherk> micmania1: I've beaten it again today
1437: [13:57:35] <Pygodfatherk> new high: 25464
1438: [13:57:57] <Maarten__> Pygodfatherk thanks
1439: [13:58:48] <Zauberfisch> highscore on what?
1440: [13:59:22] <micmania1> http://gabrielecirulli.github.io/2048/
1441: [14:00:05] <Zauberfisch> I see
1442: [14:00:17] <Zauberfisch> http://mars.zauberfisch.at/share/2048.png
1443: [14:00:19] <Zauberfisch> boom
1444: [14:01:02] <Pygodfatherk> hahaha, in 1 minute, I call lies Zauberfisch !
1445: [14:01:25] <Zauberfisch> nah, we played it like for a whole night straight at our loal hackerspace
1446: [14:01:29] <Pygodfatherk> ah
1447: [14:01:30] <Pygodfatherk> right
1448: [14:01:43] <Pygodfatherk> I've done it 3 times now.
1449: [14:02:00] <Pygodfatherk> I've _ALMOST_ made it to 4096
1450: [14:02:06] <Zauberfisch> its not that hard once you started sticking to a system
1451: [14:02:11] <Pygodfatherk> yeh
1452: [14:02:20] <Pygodfatherk> well... it's easier.
1453: [14:02:31] <Zauberfisch> 4096, nice. I'm not even close to that
1454: [14:02:34] <Pygodfatherk> but still time consuming and hard to beat.
1455: [14:02:38] <Zauberfisch> never made it much further beyond 2048
1456: [14:02:51] <Pygodfatherk> I haven't made it yet, but I've had all the tiles there, just not quite next to each other :<
1457: [14:03:05] <Pygodfatherk> [14:57] <Pygodfatherk> new high: 25464
1458: [14:03:06] <Zauberfisch> yeah, that sucks
1459: [14:03:11] <Pygodfatherk> :>
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1461: [14:18:03] <Maarten__> micmania pygodfatherk : finally found it. on this point silverstripe was a black box for me, but finally got the gridfieldbulkmanager working on the security admin :-) Just pasted it as a command on http://sspaste.com/paste/show/5342a671321f1
1462: [14:18:38] <Maarten__> micmania thanks for your directions!
1463: [14:19:27] <Maarten__> uh micmania1 :)
1464: [14:19:46] <Maarten__> I guess there are more micmanias around ;)
1465: [14:20:08] <Pygodfatherk> Just the one.
1466: [14:20:34] <Maarten__> the one and only mixmaster mic mania one :)
1467: [14:20:41] <Pygodfatherk> yeah, data extensions all really depend on what hooks are available on the 'owner' class.
1468: [14:22:10] <Maarten__> would be great if there was a little more info on that on the documents. sometimes it's a lot of searching and trying and then you find out it's a very easy thing, but just poor or not documented. but anyhow, I like Silverstripe and once you know it, you know it
1469: [14:22:37] <Pygodfatherk> yep, the key really is to read the class you're trying to add the extension to.
1470: [14:23:25] <Pygodfatherk> if you see $this->extend('blah', $params) then you can make a function blah($params) {} on your extension, and it'll run at that point
1471: [14:24:01] <Maarten__> the thing I was fighting with was how to get the fieldname of the gridfield. How do one knows it's Root.Users.Members??! Glad I know now
1472: [14:24:28] <Maarten__> ah good to know
1473: [14:25:09] <Maarten__> thanks for sharing, I'll keep that in mind
1474: [14:30:12] <Pygodfatherk> tabs basically follow their name in the cms, you can often guess it.
1475: [14:33:56] <Maarten__> Pygodfatherk your hint also leads to better understanding by looking for ->extend. When looking for $this->extend('updateEditForm', $form); I can see clearly how the editform is structured inside the original getEditForm()-function. Nice to know a little better about the architecture now, so thanks again
1476: [14:34:10] <Pygodfatherk> :)
1477: [14:38:35] <Pygodfatherk> Maarten__: DataExtension needs hook to be able to modify existing structures. Any class NOT on the 'owner' can be called directly from the owner ( $instanceOfClassWithExtensionApplied->methodDefinedInExtension() ), but cannot override existing methods (such as a subclass would).
1478: [14:38:48] <Pygodfatherk> thus Object->extend() exists.
1479: [14:39:18] <Pygodfatherk> err, any *method* not on the 'owner'
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1481: [15:06:22] <kinglozzer> Fuckn PHP, spent ages trying to find an issue that was caused by me adding a comma to an array instead of =>
1482: [15:06:40] <kinglozzer> FORCE ME TO BE ASSOCIATIVE
1483: [15:06:50] <kinglozzer> Also, morning
1484: [15:06:52] <kinglozzer> :D
1485: [15:08:07] <lewellyn> it is.
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1488: [15:18:41] <Pygodfatherk> gidday kinglozzer
1489: [15:18:59] <Pygodfatherk> so what's everyone doing for Easter?
1490: [15:20:06] <kinglozzer> Nothing :P
1491: [15:20:17] <Pygodfatherk> I want to go somewhere.
1492: [15:20:21] <Pygodfatherk> Somewhere nice.
1493: [15:20:41] <Pygodfatherk> Was thinking maybe Ukraine, it seems safer than the streets of the UK :P
1494: [15:21:43] <Pygodfatherk> or maybe Ireland, or Wales.
1495: [15:22:35] <Pygodfatherk> suggestions?
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1499: [15:30:07] <micmania1> Pygodfatherk: to do what?
1500: [15:39:45] <Pygodfatherk> micmania1: go somewhere
1501: [15:39:48] <Pygodfatherk> I guess
1502: [15:40:10] <micmania1> what kinda place? pissup? quiet? things to do?
1503: [15:40:21] <Pygodfatherk> all of the above excepting maybe pissup
1504: [15:40:30] <Pygodfatherk> hmm, actually I'll have mates in Scotland I think
1505: [15:40:37] <Pygodfatherk> or maybe France
1506: [15:40:41] <Pygodfatherk> hmm
1507: [15:40:48] <micmania1> both good choices :)
1508: [15:41:05] <micmania1> If you go to Scotland you need to get a scotch pie though. the best.
1509: [15:41:16] <Pygodfatherk> oh yeah?
1510: [15:41:55] <micmania1> yep. Only ever had 2 and I was pissed both times, but yes haha
1511: [15:42:29] <Pygodfatherk> haha, sounds like generic kiwi pie.
1512: [15:42:46] <Pygodfatherk> that one can find shit versions of at about any servo around the country.
1513: [15:43:04] <Pygodfatherk> servo (service station == petrol station)
1514: [15:43:26] <micmania1> If you want to go somewhere locally for a day out, amble should be decent. I think you can get the train too.
1515: [15:43:53] <Pygodfatherk> Missus will be in NZ, so I dunno, thinking of going large tbh :P
1516: [15:44:00] <Pygodfatherk> make use of the time off
1517: [15:44:25] <micmania1> ha
1518: [15:44:37] <Pygodfatherk> we should all truck down to France and make a thing of it.
1519: [15:44:52] <micmania1> you can get a train
1520: [15:44:54] <Pygodfatherk> with kinglozzer and maybe r3v3rb :P
1521: [15:45:04] <Pygodfatherk> yeh, I know. Havn't seen prices though
1522: [15:45:12] <micmania1> I once got a train from Newcastle and I was in Belgium 6 hours later.
1523: [15:45:19] <Pygodfatherk> win
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1525: [15:45:27] <micmania1> its pretty cheap too
1526: [15:45:30] <Pygodfatherk> Could go to Oxford, got mates there.
1527: [15:45:36] <Pygodfatherk> oh yeah? sweet.
1528: [15:45:38] <micmania1> soooo far though
1529: [15:45:41] <Pygodfatherk> mmm
1530: [15:45:55] <Pygodfatherk> I feel like a ferry to Nederlands might be good
1531: [15:46:06] <micmania1> yeah, really expensive when you're on there though
1532: [15:46:06] <Pygodfatherk> I wonder how long it takes...
1533: [15:46:12] <Pygodfatherk> heh, true.
1534: [15:46:25] <micmania1> I think you leave about 3 and get their at 9am
1535: [15:46:27] <Pygodfatherk> Might as well go to Sweden or Norway at that price I guess.
1536: [15:46:40] <Pygodfatherk> wholey shit, so forever like.
1537: [15:46:55] <Pygodfatherk> or you mean 3 as in 0300, 3am?
1538: [15:47:01] <micmania1> 3pm
1539: [15:47:08] <micmania1> so you have 1 night on board
1540: [15:47:12] <micmania1> each way
1541: [15:47:14] <Pygodfatherk> oh, yeah, forevers.
1542: [15:47:25] <Pygodfatherk> sounds shit for a 4 day holiday.
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1544: [15:59:07] <micmania1> Reports emanating from New Zealand in recent days suggest that Newcastle are among a handful of Premier League sides under consideration to participate in a pre-season tournament later this year.
1545: [15:59:15] <micmania1> I just can't fucking get away!!!!
1546: [15:59:36] <micmania1> "Ourselves, Everton and West Ham have all been linked with a proposed series of games involving Wellington Phoenix"
1547: [16:05:32] <Pygodfatherk> haha micmania1, you love it.
1548: [16:06:41] <kinglozzer> That reminds me micmania1: HUGHTON OUT
1549: [16:06:56] <kinglozzer> Right decision, such fucking terrible timing
1550: [16:07:00] <kinglozzer> :(
1551: [16:08:09] <Pygodfatherk> Wholey shit, it's already after five :<
1552: [16:10:14] <kinglozzer> ikr
1553: [16:10:23] <kinglozzer> I've been sleep typing for most of today D:
1554: [16:16:52] <Pygodfatherk> kinglozzer: I've been stumpped with a shit of a DB issue, and then finding bugs in existing code :<
1555: [16:17:22] <kinglozzer> Pygodfatherk: Nice, I've been converting an old site to SS
1556: [16:17:34] <Pygodfatherk> so while I've been reasonably busy all day, I've not typed much, and thus feel like I've achieved a grand total of fuck all.
1557: [16:17:39] <kinglozzer> No way of reliably importing all the old data either, so manual it is -.-
1558: [16:17:56] <Pygodfatherk> kinglozzer: urgh, those are the worst
1559: [16:25:50] <Pygodfatherk> right.
1560: [16:25:53] <Pygodfatherk> fuck this.
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1565: [16:36:25] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] silverstripe/silverstripe-cms#827 (3.1 - f40de3b : Will Rossiter): The build passed.
1566: [16:36:25] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/compare/7adbf81c74c6...f40de3b1a740
1567: [16:36:25] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/builds/22456327
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1580: [17:39:12] <WilsonS> Zauberfisch. Wanted to update you. This code worked great! http://paste2.org/jkU7djZF Thanks again for your assistance. If you post it to SO, I'll mark it as answer.
1581: [17:40:05] <WilsonS> One tweaks is that in Restaurant.php, GridField needed to be RecordEditor instead of RelationEditor. From what I could tell.
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1583: [18:08:14] <SMaction> I received help on this channel last week but I am still having trouble. When I complete a fresh install of Silverstripe. My pages have no CSS. I tried downloading the install from git and copying it into my install folder but all that did was take me through install again with the same result. With your help and a Google search I have determined the problem I am having is the site
1584: [18:08:14] <SMaction> is looking for the css at www.xyz.com/index.php/themes/simple/css .... instead of www.xyz.com/themes/simple/css. Where have I gone wrong.
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1588: [18:26:07] <UndefinedOffset> SMaction sounds like mod_rewrite may not be enabled on the server, that's generally why you would see index.php in the urls
1589: [18:26:23] <UndefinedOffset> course i'm assuming your using apache :P
1590: [18:28:24] <SMaction> UndefinedOffset yes This is a test setup so I am using WAMP
1591: [18:29:49] <UndefinedOffset> try left clicking on the wampmanager icon then Apache -> Apache modules -> and click the line rewrite_module if it is not ticked
1592: [18:30:01] <SMaction> UndefinedOffset it is already ticked
1593: [18:30:44] <SMaction> and it does not have a comment infront of it in httpd.conf
1594: [18:31:16] <UndefinedOffset> ok in the httpd.conf check the directory section for your www root directory make sure its allowoverride all
1595: [18:32:14] <UndefinedOffset> i believe the default for allowoverride in apache is none
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1597: [18:33:33] <SMaction> you are correct changed it to all
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1599: [18:33:54] <UndefinedOffset> it maybe case sensitive in which case it would be All
1600: [18:34:08] <UndefinedOffset> make sure you restart wamp and hopefully it will work ;)
1601: [18:44:39] <SMaction> UndefinedOffset so after install it takes me to admin page to sign in if I click on about us or contact us pages they look right but If I go to home page problem still exists and if I use links from home page they are pointing to index.php/... instead of just ...
1602: [18:45:32] <oddnoc> That could be your browser “helping” by remembering the URL
1603: [18:46:18] <oddnoc> But if index.php appears in the HTML source, you can try removing index.php from the filesystem.
1604: [18:48:40] <SMaction> so If I go to home page scott.loc.localhost I see the page with no css and the links on the page are incorrectly adding index.php in front of the page url
1605: [18:49:43] <oddnoc> Did the installer update .htaccess correctly? Look for “RewriteBase ‘/‘“ near the bottom
1606: [18:51:33] <SMaction> oddnoc RewriteBase '/' is there
1607: [18:52:16] <oddnoc> Try removing index.php — that will let us know whether it’s the server or the browser causing this.
1608: [18:54:13] <SMaction> oddnoc that worked. wtf?
1609: [18:54:48] <oddnoc> I’ve run into certain apache configs that do that. I’ve never tracked it down to the directive that causes it, but removing the file fixes it.
1610: [18:55:02] <SMaction> oddnoc thank you
1611: [18:55:17] <oddnoc> you’re welcome!
1612: [19:01:41] <oddnoc> Ugh. Looks like there’s a namespace collision on Task.
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1617: [19:35:22] <greseky> hello guys, does anybody knows what would be the names of Template and Layout if you want to change Page not Found and Error on Page tpls?
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1627: [19:50:50] <antmas> le moin moin
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1631: [20:03:28] <Stomach> howdy
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1644: [21:02:09] <antmas> this is super cheap http://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/173-HP-Envy-i7-Laptop-with-2GB-Nvidia/22032363
1645: [21:04:39] <Ryan-Toast> dat border radius
1646: [21:07:11] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: heh, everytime I go to MA now I stare at that
1647: [21:07:32] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: MA?
1648: [21:07:38] <antmas> mighty ape
1649: [21:08:03] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: you're talking about that site's rounded corners?
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1651: [21:08:45] <Ryan-Toast> no, just the laptop.
1652: [21:09:01] <antmas> oh :P
1653: [21:09:08] <antmas> yeah, the only thing I don't like
1654: [21:09:11] <antmas> about it
1655: [21:10:06] <Ryan-Toast> Guess they have to do it so it doesn’t look like a macbook.
1656: [21:12:58] <Stomach> can you do $Top.IsSelectedItem($ID)
1657: [21:12:59] <Stomach> somehow?
1658: [21:13:14] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: Selected item?
1659: [21:13:28] <Stomach> custom function
1660: [21:13:32] <Ryan-Toast> yes, you can
1661: [21:13:41] <Stomach> I'm just not getting the ID passed through :\
1662: [21:13:42] <Stomach> hmm
1663: [21:14:13] <Stomach> public function getIsSelectedItem($id) {
1664: [21:14:13] <Stomach> error_log($id);
1665: [21:14:14] <Stomach> }
1666: [21:14:19] <Stomach> no ids being logged
1667: [21:14:32] <Ryan-Toast> Are you in a loop?
1668: [21:14:48] <Ryan-Toast> and does that loop hae access to an id?
1669: [21:14:52] <Ryan-Toast> have**
1670: [21:15:26] <Stomach> it was the get at the start of the function name
1671: [21:15:45] <Stomach> looks like passing variables in doesn't work the same way when trying to find the function
1672: [21:15:53] <Ryan-Toast> interesting
1673: [21:16:06] <Stomach> thats a bug right?
1674: [21:16:46] <Ryan-Toast> I dunno.
1675: [21:16:49] <Stomach> yeah neither
1676: [21:17:00] <Stomach> its unexpected functionality though, they should work the same
1677: [21:17:02] <Ryan-Toast> Sorry, I actually ran into that issue. I should have remembered.
1678: [21:17:30] <Stomach> yeah I'm sure I've run into it before too
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1680: [21:18:08] <Ryan-Toast> If only simon wasn’t in USA he could tell us why.
1681: [21:18:20] <Ryan-Toast> whether it was a bug or no.
1682: [21:20:18] <Stomach> https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/issues/3012
1683: [21:20:22] <Stomach> too late simon!
1684: [21:20:23] <Stomach> hah!
1685: [21:20:47] <Ryan-Toast> dat avatar :P
1686: [21:21:18] <Stomach> best $75 I ever spent
1687: [21:25:46] <Ryan-Toast> ugh github gui tool being an asshole this morning.
1688: [21:28:10] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: the windows github app?
1689: [21:28:14] <Ryan-Toast> mac
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1691: [21:28:38] <antmas> the windows one is balls
1692: [21:34:15] <Ryan-Toast> “Cannot rebase: You have unstaged changes.” NO I DON’T FUUUUCKKKKK
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1697: [21:38:57] <antmas> webconfig
1698: [21:39:03] <antmas> fuckyoufuckyoufuckyoufuckyou
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1700: [21:48:36] <antmas> lame, can't do purchase orders for WDCNZ
1701: [21:50:54] <antmas> credit card it is
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1703: [22:11:16] <Ryan-Toast> fucking maccsss!
1704: [22:11:24] <Ryan-Toast> so shit omg.
1705: [22:11:57] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: what is?
1706: [22:12:15] <Ryan-Toast> Oh you want to remove the readonly status of that file? Too fucking bad
1707: [22:12:55] <Stomach> sudo chmod -R 777 /
1708: [22:12:56] <Stomach> ?
1709: [22:13:13] <antmas> lol ^
1710: [22:13:33] <oddnoc> possibly man chflags will be your friend
1711: [22:14:51] <Ryan-Toast> Ah, fixed it. they had that php owner bullshit on them
1712: [22:16:51] <antmas> gutts
1713: [22:18:05] <antmas> fuck you asp and your case senstive controls
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1715: [22:24:33] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] silverstripe/silverstripe-framework#2285 (3.0 - 5b0a969 : Hamish Friedlander): The build passed.
1716: [22:24:33] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/9230d41186df...5b0a96979484
1717: [22:24:33] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/builds/22483730
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1722: [22:43:30] <antmas> simon_w|air: you there yet?
1723: [22:43:51] <simon_w|air> antmas, nah, I'm just using this comcast IP from in NZ :p
1724: [22:44:14] <antmas> simon_w|air: XD
1725: [22:44:20] <antmas> lol at comcast
1726: [22:44:37] <simon_w|air> This hotel has free cookies between 9 and 10pm!
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1728: [22:45:58] <antmas> ccc Colin[pi]
1729: [22:46:02] <antmas> HAI
1730: [22:46:03] <antmas> :D
1731: [22:46:23] <Colin[pi]> OMG HAI ANTMAS
1732: [22:46:31] <simon_w|air> 35th hour of Monday!
1733: [22:46:43] <ss23_> QUICK, SHOOT SOME GUNS, simon_w|air! :O
1734: [22:46:47] <Colin[pi]> hey simon_w|air, how was your flight?
1735: [22:46:54] <simon_w|air> This isn't Texas ss23_ :p
1736: [22:46:57] <simon_w|air> Colin[pi], long
1737: [22:47:01] <simon_w|air> Now, lunch!
1738: [22:47:05] <simon_w|air> ss23_, BRING ME FOOOOODS
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1741: [22:48:06] <simon_w|air> Well, to the lunch thing!
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1743: [22:48:34] <antmas> I miss having way too many wiskeys on long haul flights :(
1744: [22:49:23] <Ryan-Toast> It seems you can edit all forms in a module bar the SearchForm
1745: [22:50:20] <Ryan-Toast> Anyone know if that’s true?
1746: [22:50:26] <Ryan-Toast> I can’t seem to override it.
1747: [22:52:03] <ss23_> You can shoot guns in a lot more places than t
1748: [22:52:03] <ss23_> tx
1749: [22:52:04] <ss23_> :P
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1751: [22:53:05] <antmas> halp I can't stop playing with my name tag magnet
1752: [22:53:28] <Stomach> Ryan-Toast - what do you mean override?
1753: [22:53:36] <Stomach> or edit? with templates?
1754: [22:53:47] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: override the default SearchForm.ss
1755: [22:54:27] <Stomach> have you tried putting it in templates/SearchForm.ss
1756: [22:55:15] <Ryan-Toast> Yarp
1757: [22:55:20] <Stomach> dumb then :D
1758: [22:55:29] <Ryan-Toast> yes :P
1759: [22:55:38] <Ryan-Toast> tyou can do rit in a theme, just not a module it seems
1760: [22:55:43] <Ryan-Toast> words.
1761: [22:56:19] <Stomach> thats weird, its just a form
1762: [22:56:23] <Stomach> doesn't seem special
1763: [22:56:39] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: I’m moving all BP code into the module,so a theme can override it.
1764: [23:02:29] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: noice
1765: [23:03:55] <antmas> fuck
1766: [23:04:00] <antmas> hate asp repeaters
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1768: [23:05:51] <antmas> Colin[pi]: booked those tickets yet? :P
1769: [23:06:03] <Colin[pi]> not yet :o
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1777: [23:38:10] <bridgetm> Hi, anyone come across issues with security token on SS forms in SS3 on ios5?? (obscure I know).
1778: [23:38:32] <bridgetm> security on = form error cannot submit; security disabled = form can submit
1779: [23:45:15] <ss23> Hmm
1780: [23:45:25] <ss23> bridgetm: Nope! Sounds strange. Does it happen on all SS sites/
1781: [23:45:56] <bridgetm> Related: http://www.silverstripe.org/form-questions/show/41149#post337798 < dont really want to remove token :/
1782: [23:46:17] <bridgetm> all our local SS3 sites we've tried...
1783: [23:46:28] <ss23> I will see if anyone here knows about it :)
1784: [23:46:34] <bridgetm> This site works ok - but iot
1785: [23:46:46] <bridgetm> this site works ok, but it's CWP so don't know details: http://www.nmit.ac.nz/international/become-an-agent/
1786: [23:47:07] <ss23> bridgetm: It's pretty much default 3.1 SilverStripe (NMIT is)
1787: [23:47:08] <bridgetm> Also related issue: http://www.silverstripe.org/general-questions/show/39112
1788: [23:47:16] <ss23> So if that site works, I think it might be something about your local dev
1789: [23:47:22] <bridgetm> Thanks bro :)
1790: [23:47:24] <antmas> nmit?
1791: [23:47:26] <antmas> hmmmm
1792: [23:47:38] <ss23> I've asked here though, will see if anyone responds, bridgetm
1793: [23:48:31] <bridgetm> NMIT doesn't have issue - was just looking for a SS with form to test on... surprisingly hard to find lol
1794: [23:49:33] <ss23> :P
1795: [23:52:00] <antmas> ah
1796: [23:52:01] <antmas> :P
1797: [23:53:16] <Colin[pi]> fellas, say I had 5 days in NZ... where should I go?
1798: [23:53:43] <Colin[pi]> perhaps 7 dats
1799: [23:53:45] <Colin[pi]> *days
1800: [23:55:22] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Skyrim
1801: [23:55:28] <antmas> lol
1802: [23:55:29] <Colin[pi]> FUS RO DAH
1803: [23:55:46] <antmas> Colin[pi]: see if there are any bands playing
1804: [23:55:48] <antmas> maybe
1805: [23:55:57] <Colin[pi]> thinking more natural stuff
1806: [23:56:00] <Colin[pi]> might get a hire car
1807: [23:56:01] <antmas> ss23's house
1808: [23:56:09] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Depends where you’re going to be
1809: [23:56:18] <antmas> Colin[pi]: so, you're likely to be in the north island only?
1810: [23:56:29] <ss23> nginx has the least intuitive idea of how location block matching works in the fucking world
1811: [23:56:29] <Colin[pi]> possibly could start south and drive north
1812: [23:56:52] <ss23> Colin[pi]: most of your time would be spent driving if you wanted to do both islands driving :P
1813: [23:57:06] <antmas> yeah this ^^
1814: [23:57:07] <ss23> North Island for people, South Island for hick people and scenery
1815: [23:57:12] <Colin[pi]> aye it's a fairly long way :\
1816: [23:57:16] <antmas> ss23: SHUT YOUR WHOE MOUTH
1817: [23:57:22] <Colin[pi]> hick people, lol
1818: [23:57:22] <ss23> Why? Am I wrong? :)
1819: [23:57:22] <antmas> :P
1820: [23:57:33] <ss23> Colin[pi]: well Southern NZ is like Tasmania in how it's viewed
1821: [23:57:38] <ss23> More "simple" folk, etc
1822: [23:57:38] <Colin[pi]> oh
1823: [23:57:39] <Colin[pi]> ohh
1824: [23:57:42] <Colin[pi]> I see
1825: [23:57:43] <Ryan-Toast> Anyone know ho to use variables in agrunt task?
1826: [23:57:48] <antmas> ;__________________;
1827: [23:57:48] <Ryan-Toast> a grunt**
1828: [23:57:58] <ss23> antmas: :3
1829: [23:58:21] <Colin[pi]> ss23: so like this? http://www.slantmagazine.com/assets/house/lists/15famoushicks_7.jpg
1830: [23:58:51] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Nah, more bogan like
1831: [23:59:23] <Colin[pi]> do you call them bogans there too?
1832: [23:59:27] <Ryan-Toast> ye
1833: [23:59:30] <ss23> XD
1834: [23:59:39] <ss23> I dunno, Bogan Capital of NZ is Hamilton
1835: [23:59:40] <ss23> :P
1836: [23:59:46] <ss23> FORD 4 LYFE YO

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