#silverstripe IRC Log

IRC log for 20 May 2014

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1: [00:00:02] <spronk> honda made the best sports hatches and sedans in the late 90s to mid 2000s by far
2: [00:00:13] <spronk> accord/torneo euro R, integra type R, civic type R
3: [00:00:16] <spronk> so much win
4: [00:01:11] <Ryan-Toast> spronk: Ford focus RS would like to have a word with you
5: [00:01:12] <antmas> spronk: YES
6: [00:01:23] <spronk> Ryan-Toast: LOLFOCUSRS
7: [00:01:25] <antmas> integra type r is an amazing car
8: [00:01:39] <spronk> focus RS is far more expensive than any fo the above, similarly speedy, but far less economical
9: [00:01:43] <spronk> also, far less reliable
10: [00:01:56] <Ryan-Toast> My mk2 was the best 2-door in the wooorld
11: [00:02:04] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: rofl http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJWQyVqsgIo (possibly nsfw, bikini)
12: [00:02:23] <spronk> i would take a type R over any ford ever made, except perhaps a 67 mustang.
13: [00:02:35] <Ryan-Toast> spronk: ESCORT?
14: [00:02:55] <spronk> yeah
15: [00:03:09] <antmas> Escort Cosworth maybe
16: [00:03:12] <spronk> older escorts were fun
17: [00:03:15] <Ryan-Toast> RS2000?
18: [00:03:19] <spronk> toooo expensive
19: [00:03:21] <antmas> other than that, Ford EU and AU are aweful
20: [00:03:24] <spronk> driiink petrol
21: [00:03:31] <Ryan-Toast> it’s just a 2l :P
22: [00:03:35] <Ryan-Toast> duel carby
23: [00:03:35] <spronk> ITRs will do 7l/100kms around town
24: [00:03:55] <spronk> and there's nothing quite like a honda when it comes to revving the shit out of an engine
25: [00:04:00] <Ryan-Toast> My 81 mk2 had a SR20 DET in it, best fun I’ve ever had
26: [00:04:02] <antmas> I've booked a test drive of the new WRX
27: [00:04:04] <antmas> should be fun
28: [00:04:15] <Ryan-Toast> spronk, unless you own a turbo
29: [00:04:22] <spronk> Ryan-Toast: eugh. turbos
30: [00:04:30] <spronk> sound yucky
31: [00:04:54] <spronk> break
32: [00:04:58] <spronk> ... drink petrol
33: [00:05:14] <Ryan-Toast> Never had a turbo break on me
34: [00:05:20] <antmas> spronk: yeah but I don't think people that buy cars with turbos have economy in mind
35: [00:05:22] <Ryan-Toast> use the correct psi and it’s fine
36: [00:05:26] <spronk> neither have i
37: [00:05:30] <spronk> but then i've only ever owned one
38: [00:05:31] <antmas> I have
39: [00:05:42] <spronk> and i never drove it that hard
40: [00:05:54] <Ryan-Toast> Mmmmm dat sound when it spools up
41: [00:06:00] <antmas> all my friends that had subarus blew turbos 24/7
42: [00:06:10] <Ryan-Toast> Subys were always shit turbos.
43: [00:06:22] <Ryan-Toast> Except the ZF10
44: [00:06:23] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: not the single scroll ones, they were baws
45: [00:06:44] <Ryan-Toast> Put a zf10 on my gtx, was great
46: [00:06:53] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: did you have a gtx?
47: [00:06:56] <spronk> n/a boxers are where it's at
48: [00:07:13] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: as in Familia GTX?
49: [00:07:30] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: It was a 89 323 with a 4wd gtx conversion
50: [00:07:39] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: SO BOGAN OMG
51: [00:07:43] <Ryan-Toast> :P
52: [00:07:53] <antmas> at least it wasn't a skidder
53: [00:07:58] <spronk> the engine in the GT86 is pretty nice
54: [00:08:05] <Ryan-Toast> It was my cheap track car :P
55: [00:08:10] <antmas> spronk: every Porsche would agree
56: [00:08:18] <spronk> mm
57: [00:08:28] <spronk> i never really gelled with WRXs
58: [00:08:42] * antmas cries when he sees 70-80s porsche 911s
59: [00:09:03] <Colin[pi]> porsches are so boring to me
60: [00:09:15] <spronk> http://www.carasports.com/1987-porsche-911-turbo-930-carrera/
61: [00:09:27] <Colin[pi]> every single one since the dawn of time exactly the same, that's how it seems to me anyway ;P
62: [00:09:33] <antmas> anything by these guys wouuld be so good http://singervehicledesign.com/
63: [00:10:13] * spronk is currently lusting after a mid-2000s Euro R
64: [00:10:40] <spronk> but i'm not allowed. :(
65: [00:10:49] * antmas can hear a vtec engaging in the distance
66: [00:10:54] <antmas> braaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaap
67: [00:11:03] <spronk> vwoooaaaaaaaBRBBRAUAAUUAUUUUUUUUP
68: [00:11:21] * spronk high fives antmas
69: [00:11:31] <antmas> I love how everyone here at some point in each month has to get a car rant off their chests
70: [00:11:39] <antmas> spronk: o/
71: [00:11:42] <ss23> ...
72: [00:11:44] <ss23> No, no I don't
73: [00:11:44] <Colin[pi]> antmas: lol I was thinking the same
74: [00:11:54] <ss23> Only the noobs
75: [00:11:55] <antmas> ss23: go back to your segway
76: [00:12:00] <ss23> >segway
77: [00:12:01] <ss23> NIGGA WHAT?
78: [00:12:05] <antmas> :P
79: [00:12:05] <ss23> watch ur fucking mouf mate.
80: [00:12:07] <spronk> ss23: go back to your kiddie scooter
81: [00:13:06] <antmas> look at this thing http://singervehicledesign.com/gallery/the-machines/nebraska/
82: [00:13:11] <antmas> so much want
83: [00:13:31] <spronk> oooohhhhh
84: [00:13:32] <spronk> hawt
85: [00:13:47] <Colin[pi]> no\
86: [00:13:57] <Colin[pi]> never much liked porsches ;) each to their own
87: [00:13:58] <spronk> would probably kill myself with it
88: [00:13:58] * antmas glares at Colin[pi]
89: [00:14:06] <antmas> >.>
90: [00:14:36] <Colin[pi]> I mean it'd be fantastic fun to drive, but so ugly
91: [00:14:48] * Colin[pi] ducks
92: [00:14:56] <antmas> Colin[pi]: yeah it's love or hate it with that Porsche ass
93: [00:14:57] <antmas> :P
94: [00:15:26] <Ryan-Toast> Only image I have of here :( http://i.imgur.com/3CAZPdC.jpg
95: [00:15:30] <Ryan-Toast> her**
96: [00:15:35] <Ryan-Toast> Got stolen like straight away.
97: [00:15:38] <Colin[pi]> :(
98: [00:15:51] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: I hate front mounts
99: [00:16:05] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: don’t really have a choice with a turbo that big
100: [00:16:09] <antmas> so 'look at me' ' I can cool my turbo air unnecessarily!'
101: [00:16:15] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: I know :P
102: [00:16:26] <Ryan-Toast> You could barely see it
103: [00:16:31] <Ryan-Toast> OH MY BABY, WHY?!
104: [00:16:40] <Ryan-Toast> they fucking towed it away in the middle of the day.
105: [00:16:45] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: never located?
106: [00:16:49] <Ryan-Toast> Nope
107: [00:16:52] <Colin[pi]> ;_;
108: [00:17:01] <Colin[pi]> how long ago?
109: [00:17:04] <Ryan-Toast> They found the gps, and threw it out
110: [00:17:09] <Ryan-Toast> 3-4 years ago
111: [00:17:18] <spronk> Ryan-Toast: laaawwl gtx
112: [00:17:31] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: sucks.. ppl are arseholes
113: [00:17:50] <antmas> yeah stealing in the middle of the day is a huge fuck you
114: [00:18:02] <Ryan-Toast> three guys tried to steal my Escort, and we beat them up with bats. Made me feel better.
115: [00:18:09] <antmas> HAHAHAHA
116: [00:18:14] <antmas> bat attack
117: [00:18:25] <Ryan-Toast> Fuel cutoff switch is a good thing to have.
118: [00:18:45] <Ryan-Toast> They were 400m down the road trying to take out all the sounds. Wrong house, wrong car boys
119: [00:18:53] * antmas is now very wary or Ryan-Toast
120: [00:18:55] <antmas> :P
121: [00:18:58] <Ryan-Toast> :P
122: [00:19:18] <Ryan-Toast> That car got stolen about 4 times.
123: [00:19:32] <Ryan-Toast> Got reaaally sick of replacifng the ignition barrel
124: [00:21:52] <antmas> somone tried to steal my GTO once
125: [00:22:00] <antmas> had NO idea what he was doing
126: [00:22:01] * zippy__ misses his GTO
127: [00:22:22] <antmas> zippy__: my parents bought mine off me lol
128: [00:22:26] <zippy__> was heavy, but shit it would go like snot
129: [00:22:46] <antmas> zippy__: did you have a turbo?
130: [00:22:52] <zippy__> yeap
131: [00:23:06] <antmas> lucky, mine was NA, but a late model
132: [00:23:19] * zippy__ parked it upside down in the Whangamoa's
133: [00:23:26] <antmas> hahaha
134: [00:23:28] <antmas> gutted
135: [00:23:33] <zippy__> mm
136: [00:23:43] <zippy__> lucky in a way I suppose, I am sure I would of killed myself or someone
137: [00:23:54] <antmas> mine now sits in my parents garage and does 60km between warrants
138: [00:23:58] * spronk waits patiently for a mint stock DC2 ITR to appear for sale
139: [00:23:59] <novaweb> has this channel turned in to a whole bunch of people masterbating? Is there like a “Silverstripe Hour” once a day on here or something?
140: [00:24:10] <Colin[pi]> novaweb: no
141: [00:24:32] <novaweb> I remember when we used to use this to talk about silverstripe stuff....
142: [00:24:40] <Colin[pi]> novaweb: sometimes we do
143: [00:25:18] <novaweb> Or am I missing something, did Mitsubishi start making webservers….?
144: [00:25:21] <Stomach> novaweb - we do talk about silverstripe stuff, but we are all here for 9-10 hours a day and have made friends with each other (gasp), so silverstripe stuff takes a second seat until there are questions
145: [00:25:46] <antmas> I don't always talk about Silverstripe
146: [00:25:55] <antmas> but when I do, this channel laughs at me
147: [00:26:01] <Stomach> with*
148: [00:26:05] <Stomach> :P
149: [00:26:23] <Colin[pi]> yeah it's a good community in here, people are nice
150: [00:26:25] <Colin[pi]> except ss23
151: [00:26:32] <antmas> yeah screw that guy
152: [00:26:32] <ss23> :O
153: [00:26:35] <Colin[pi]> ;)
154: [00:26:35] <ss23> Ouch ;____;
155: [00:26:39] <antmas> :D
156: [00:26:41] <ss23> I'm not the one talking about CARS
157: [00:26:48] <ss23> Come on guys, what are you, 16 year old rednecks?
158: [00:26:56] <antmas> YES
159: [00:27:01] <antmas> don't tell anyone pls
160: [00:27:06] <Colin[pi]> ss23: no, I'm a 35 year old redneck
161: [00:27:09] <ss23> I mean, I'm the one from Hamilton, yet here we are.
162: [00:27:23] <Stomach> I KNEW IT
163: [00:27:25] <Stomach> you're a robot
164: [00:27:36] <antmas> ss23: I'll being you a Holden Vs Ford poster when I come with Colin[pi]
165: [00:27:48] <Colin[pi]> hahaha
166: [00:28:17] <novaweb> Stomach Colin[pi] could either of you shed light? http://www.silverstripe.org/upgrading-silverstripe/show/57510
167: [00:28:43] <Stomach> are you sure the code bases are the same on production and dev? 100% sure?
168: [00:28:59] <Colin[pi]> mm that's what it looks like to me
169: [00:29:00] <Stomach> if it works in dev but not in production then there are likely differences in the files
170: [00:29:19] <novaweb> I am using version control!
171: [00:29:22] <novaweb> sorry
172: [00:29:28] <novaweb> thought that was like standard now
173: [00:29:30] <novaweb> haha
174: [00:29:36] <novaweb> which means identical files
175: [00:29:41] <Stomach> no, it doesnt
176: [00:29:45] <antmas> nope
177: [00:29:48] <Colin[pi]> not necessarily
178: [00:29:50] * spronk is no redneck
179: [00:29:54] <spronk> you could accuse me of being a ricer :P
180: [00:30:07] <novaweb> if composer and git are both at the same changeset then yes it does...
181: [00:30:11] <novaweb> ?
182: [00:30:14] <ss23> 12:27:37 < antmas> ss23: I'll being you a Holden Vs Ford poster when I come with Colin[pi]
183: [00:30:17] <ss23> now the question is...
184: [00:30:19] <ss23> which side do I fall on?
185: [00:30:23] <ss23> Ford or Holden?
186: [00:30:23] <ss23> :D
187: [00:30:35] * antmas holds breath
188: [00:30:36] <Stomach> no, not true - just because you have it under dependency management doesn't mean your _deployment_ is correct
189: [00:30:49] <novaweb> I am telling you it is. Any suggestions?
190: [00:31:03] <novaweb> I am not a ninkempoop… if that’s how you spell it.
191: [00:31:10] <Stomach> dude - neither are we
192: [00:31:12] <Stomach> and we
193: [00:31:26] * simon_w has joined #silverstripe
194: [00:31:26] <Stomach> 're telling you that if it works in dev, and not in production then you have issues with the deployment
195: [00:32:27] <Stomach> how are you managing deployments, through git hooks?
196: [00:32:33] <Stomach> or via ftp?
197: [00:32:39] <Stomach> or rsync?
198: [00:32:41] <novaweb> joshkosmala$ git pull
199: [00:32:41] <novaweb> Already up-to-date.
200: [00:32:51] <novaweb> xxxxxx@s1
201: [00:32:51] <spronk> novaweb: your deployment is definitely incorrect if your code has the private instead of public modifier
202: [00:32:52] <novaweb> Already up-to-date.
203: [00:32:56] <spronk> novaweb: file permissions?
204: [00:33:19] <spronk> some web servers will cache an older version of a file if the new version can't be accessed i.e. has wrong perms
205: [00:33:41] <antmas> novaweb: yeah I'd check perms
206: [00:34:19] <novaweb> spronk, the docs are saying “make it private” - my error on server is saying “must be public” - understood?
207: [00:34:22] <novaweb> http://doc.silverstripe.org/framework/en/changelogs/3.1.0
208: [00:34:32] <novaweb> “Statics in custom Page classes need to be "private""
209: [00:34:45] <Stomach> yes, and spronk is saying that you have done that, so check the file permissions
210: [00:34:57] <spronk> ya
211: [00:35:54] <spronk> also, make sure you're using composer correctly
212: [00:36:04] <spronk> is it part of your deployment? because, composer update may not do what you think it does
213: [00:36:11] <spronk> depending on what your lock file is etc
214: [00:36:37] <Stomach> same for if it is through git hooks, and you're targetting an incorrect submodule
215: [00:37:11] <novaweb> re filepermission, do you mean check all dirs are 755 and assets 777?
216: [00:37:22] <spronk> dirs and files
217: [00:37:30] <novaweb> im pretty sure im using composer correctly
218: [00:37:31] <spronk> and 755 or whatever your env should be configured as
219: [00:37:51] <novaweb> im following the docs anyway, have had this site in composer a year or so
220: [00:38:16] <spronk> hmm, which docs?
221: [00:38:27] <novaweb> http://doc.silverstripe.org/framework/en/3.1/installation/composer
222: [00:39:38] * jenniferaslan quit (Quit: jenniferaslan has left the room)
223: [00:41:47] <spronk> did you use composer update on the deployment?
224: [00:42:26] <simon_w> Don't use update when deploying. Use composer install.
225: [00:42:31] <ss23> ^
226: [00:42:38] <ss23> Biggest mistake I see people doing :O
227: [00:42:59] <antmas> yeah learnt that the hard way
228: [00:44:00] <novaweb> spronk, Stomach: looks like I’m the dipshit today…. ir nincompoop or whatever it is
229: [00:44:03] <novaweb> *or\
230: [00:44:27] <novaweb> git was up to date but composer update hadn’t been run in the test instance
231: [00:44:30] <novaweb> booyaa
232: [00:44:32] <novaweb> thank you
233: [00:44:36] <Colin[pi]> aren't we all dipshits?
234: [00:44:37] <Colin[pi]> ;D
235: [00:44:41] <ss23> We?!
236: [00:44:42] <ss23> What!
237: [00:45:05] <antmas> novaweb: hey, you gotta herp before you canb derp!
238: [00:45:07] <antmas> :D
239: [00:45:16] <antmas> can-b*
240: [00:45:24] <novaweb> you guys should make a #silverstripe-talk channel or something, I used to enjoy scrolling over the logs to see what problems people were hitting in real time but it’s hard now with all the tits and car talk :D
241: [00:45:42] <chrisrio> hater
242: [00:45:45] <spronk> yeah :P
243: [00:45:58] <spronk> cars are relevant, right guys?
244: [00:46:38] <simon_w> novaweb, you can search the logs now!
245: [00:46:48] <simon_w> And I'm not sure how ss-log would handle multiple channels :p
246: [00:46:53] <ss23> Hmm
247: [00:46:54] <chrisrio> boobs.
248: [00:47:00] * bridgetm quit ()
249: [00:47:02] <ss23> novaweb: It's not a bad idea, but I think people are too lazy for it, sorry :O
250: [00:47:02] <antmas> or the swear log for that matter
251: [00:47:05] <antmas> can't forget that
252: [00:47:13] <simon_w> Oh yeah, that's important
253: [00:47:22] <Colin[pi]> the swear log, this is mission critical stuff
254: [00:47:25] <chrisrio> it logs bad language?
255: [00:47:28] <simon_w> Also, I should rework it so it doesn't take a very long time to load each hour
256: [00:47:32] <Ryan-Toast> WORDPRESS
257: [00:47:37] <antmas> I call it CuntCounter v2.0
258: [00:47:43] <chrisrio> :D
259: [00:47:45] <Colin[pi]> chrisrio: and other programming swear words, like the J word
260: [00:47:49] <novaweb> Thanks for your help today fellas. Many tits to you…
261: [00:47:50] * Ryan-Toast I’m now on some kind of list
262: [00:47:55] <chrisrio> Colin[pi]: vajazzle
263: [00:47:57] <antmas> novaweb: np :D
264: [00:48:20] <simon_w> chrisrio, it tracks these http://logs.simon.geek.nz/source/swears.txt
265: [00:48:46] <antmas> love that Synergy is on there
266: [00:48:51] <Colin[pi]> +1 for antmas!
267: [00:48:56] <Ryan-Toast> I don’t see cumdumpster.
268: [00:48:57] <chrisrio> synergistic, drupalisian basturd
269: [00:48:58] <antmas> :
270: [00:49:14] <chrisrio> douchecannon belongs.
271: [00:49:16] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: pull request!
272: [00:49:17] <ss23> where are the logs at? :O
273: [00:49:22] <Colin[pi]> I like how subsites was added too, *looks at spronk*
274: [00:49:27] <simon_w> And then http://logs.simon.geek.nz/stats.php
275: [00:49:37] <ss23> spronk *does* love subsites
276: [00:49:42] <antmas> oh Pyro
277: [00:49:43] <chrisrio> Pyromanik talks too much
278: [00:49:44] <antmas> XD
279: [00:49:48] <ss23> I AM THE CUNT MASTER
280: [00:49:50] <Ryan-Toast> Ryan-Toast 8341 awww yes, son
281: [00:49:53] <Colin[pi]> lol Pyro is like the gold medal holder for all categories
282: [00:50:12] <chrisrio> yeah
283: [00:50:18] <chrisrio> hes outdone himself
284: [00:50:18] <simon_w> ss23, you're forgetting that comma
285: [00:50:23] <ss23> simon_w: ;___;
286: [00:50:24] <ss23> hacker
287: [00:50:26] <Colin[pi]> ss23 is winning 'composer'
288: [00:50:27] <antmas> ss23: :LOL
289: [00:50:28] <ss23> lol, though spronk really does love subsites though
290: [00:50:47] <spronk> SHUTUP
291: [00:51:01] <chrisrio> im horribly vulgar and I barely register.
292: [00:51:05] <Ryan-Toast> I feel like cunt would be an easy one to top.
293: [00:51:07] <simon_w> Maybe I should add spronk to the list ;)
294: [00:51:12] <ss23> Ryan-Toast: NU UH :O
295: [00:51:12] <Colin[pi]> chrisrio: talk moar
296: [00:51:14] <spronk> i wonder how many of those "subsites" is used as "fucking subsites"
297: [00:51:18] <ss23> lol
298: [00:51:20] <Ryan-Toast> lol
299: [00:51:27] <chrisrio> :D
300: [00:51:39] <simon_w> spronk, doesn't look like that may: http://logs.simon.geek.nz/search.php?q=spronk+fucking+subsites
301: [00:52:01] <chrisrio> the NSA will handle the important words
302: [00:52:01] <antmas> ROFL^^^
303: [00:52:01] <Colin[pi]> ahahha that's the funniest search
304: [00:52:03] <chrisrio> like moonpenny
305: [00:52:04] <spronk> :(
306: [00:52:30] <simon_w> http://logs.simon.geek.nz/index.php?date=2013-09-12#log_1043403
307: [00:52:40] <Colin[pi]> lol
308: [00:52:40] <ss23> http://logs.simon.geek.nz/search.php?q=fucking+subsites is a better search
309: [00:52:46] <ss23> just because even without spronk, he wins
310: [00:53:10] <simon_w> http://logs.simon.geek.nz/index.php?date=2013-11-07#log_1109713 is still the best line of the logs though
311: [00:53:17] <ss23> hakced, hacked
312: [00:53:18] <ss23> fake
313: [00:53:20] <ss23> faaaaaake
314: [00:53:35] <Colin[pi]> lol
315: [00:53:45] <ss23> 1447: [15:00:20] <antmas> lol, best page ever. irogue23 puking and ss23 screaming about cunts
316: [00:53:48] <ss23> 1448: [15:01:14] * antmas wonders whether to raid the caffeteria for biscuits
317: [00:53:51] <ss23> sick bastard.
318: [00:53:59] <ss23> cunt puke biscuits
319: [00:54:12] <ss23> btw when I get fired for doing no work, I blame all of yo
320: [00:54:13] <antmas> HAHAHA
321: [00:54:15] <antmas> awesome
322: [00:54:34] <simon_w> I also need to get around to adding in mappings between usernames
323: [00:54:35] <antmas> funnily enogh
324: [00:54:38] <ss23> speaking of, fresh bread ready in 15 minutes :D
325: [00:54:51] <antmas> just found out or corporate biscuit fund is already been used for th eyear
326: [00:54:52] <Colin[pi]> ss23: what what what?
327: [00:55:05] <Colin[pi]> are you baking bread in the office?
328: [00:55:07] <ss23> lol
329: [00:55:22] <ss23> Not me, but for the this week and the last, we've made fresh bread each day
330: [00:55:33] <ss23> one of the people here has sour dough starter going, so she uses it every morning to make bread
331: [00:55:37] <ss23> 2 loaves each day for lunch
332: [00:55:38] <ss23> ^.^
333: [00:55:39] <Colin[pi]> lol, nice
334: [00:55:43] <antmas> lucky
335: [00:55:45] <ss23> Only a few peices each, since lots of people, but it's good
336: [00:55:49] <ss23> yesterday there was some left over!
337: [00:55:54] <ss23> Fresh bread is <3
338: [00:55:58] * antmas sulks off to have his left over risotto
339: [00:56:00] <Colin[pi]> SilverStripe CMS, Framework, and Bakery
340: [00:56:04] <ss23> XD
341: [00:56:10] <ss23> fresh bread is really nice...
342: [00:56:10] <Colin[pi]> diversification, amirite?
343: [00:56:16] <ss23> makes the kitchen smell awesome too
344: [00:56:35] <Colin[pi]> ss23: don't need to tell me dude, I've made all my own bread for 12 months now :D
345: [00:56:53] <Colin[pi]> but it's the machine one (not sour dough)
346: [00:57:03] <Colin[pi]> we talked about this the other day... stuck in a loop
347: [00:58:17] <ss23> XD
348: [00:58:23] <ss23> I made a typo in nginx config... allow -> alow
349: [00:58:25] <ss23> didn't tell me
350: [00:58:29] <ss23> said it was fine
351: [00:58:30] <ss23> idek
352: [00:58:46] <Colin[pi]> ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
353: [00:59:19] <Kingy> wait ss23... I think you're emailing me
354: [00:59:26] <ss23> ..........
355: [00:59:30] <ss23> :O
356: [00:59:33] <ss23> Kingy: You're... Jamie?
357: [00:59:39] <Kingy> yessir
358: [00:59:41] <ss23> :D
359: [00:59:42] <ss23> Hi
360: [00:59:44] <Kingy> and btw it works great :)
361: [00:59:47] <Kingy> hey
362: [00:59:47] <ss23> Awesome!
363: [00:59:52] <ss23> Nice to meet you
364: [01:00:09] * ss23 goes back to make sure he hasn't been a dick to Kingy
365: [01:00:17] <Kingy> haha
366: [01:00:23] <Kingy> You'll be in the meeting this afternoon?
367: [01:00:32] <simon_w> Oh, so Kingy gets special treatment?
368: [01:00:36] <ss23> Yep yep, it'll be me and another guy who've worked on it :)
369: [01:00:39] <Stomach> wheres my special treatment!
370: [01:00:41] <ss23> simon_w: Hey, you were a dick to me first!
371: [01:00:44] <ss23> :O
372: [01:01:00] <ss23> antmas gets special treatment too, I don't see any of you complaining about him!
373: [01:01:51] <Ryan-Toast> Soaked the guy who came to clean my bike with the hose. Feel pretty bad about it.
374: [01:01:59] <spronk> o_O
375: [01:02:00] <ss23> lolwut, Ryan-Toast...? why?
376: [01:02:15] <Ryan-Toast> Turned it on before I was supposed to :P
377: [01:02:16] <spronk> dw Ryan-Toast he secretly wanted it
378: [01:02:18] <ss23> hahaha
379: [01:02:22] <Ryan-Toast> spronk: loool
380: [01:02:27] <ss23> How do you "accidently" do that!
381: [01:02:32] <ss23> "Don't turn it on" "okay *turn on*"
382: [01:02:41] <ss23> "OH SORRY! I THOUGHT TURNING IT WOULD KEEP IT OFF!"
383: [01:03:28] <Kingy> yay code!
384: [01:03:43] <ss23> :D
385: [01:03:56] <ss23> Kingy: Feel free to PM me on here about stuff if you prefer btw, can be easier than emails sometimes
386: [01:04:32] <simon_w> Also, bypasses proper communication channels so ss23 doesn't get in trouble if he doesn't do it!
387: [01:04:33] <Kingy> Thanks. Now that I know it's you for sure :)
388: [01:04:36] <Ryan-Toast> ss23: I was around the corner :P Probs should have asked.
389: [01:04:49] <ss23> Oh I see
390: [01:04:54] <ss23> Kingy: :P
391: [01:05:03] <ss23> simon_w: Shh! XD
392: [01:05:33] <ss23> "Oh sorry? No ss23 on IRC? He just pretends to work for SS!"
393: [01:05:52] <Kingy> haha
394: [01:06:10] <Ryan-Toast> ss23: Can I PM you ;)
395: [01:06:20] <Colin[pi]> simon_w: you gonna still drop by here after you start your new job?
396: [01:07:05] <ss23> Ryan-Toast: Yeah, but I'll laugh at you!
397: [01:07:14] <Ryan-Toast> Ayee gurrl.
398: [01:08:28] <zippy__> simon_w: Seen this? https://forge.laravel.com/ --> HHVM Ready
399: [01:16:54] <spronk> oo
400: [01:16:55] <spronk> that looks sex
401: [01:20:13] <novaweb> BIG DIIICKS: Fatal error: Access level to SilverChimpSubscriptionPage::$db must be public (as in class Page) in /home/janebrenan/domains/test.radianthealth.co.nz/public_html/silverchimp/code/SilverChimpSubscriptionPage.php on line 152
402: [01:20:51] <novaweb> I completely killed public_html, ran composer self-update, then git clone, then composer update.
403: [01:21:03] <novaweb> still trying to make me to opposite to what the documentation is saying
404: [01:21:58] <chrisrio> KHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN
405: [01:22:06] * UncleCheese_ quit (Quit: UncleCheese_)
406: [01:22:12] <spronk> composer install man
407: [01:23:14] <antmas> WAIT
408: [01:23:20] <antmas> is Kingy stealing ss23 from me?
409: [01:23:26] <antmas> who do I winge to now?
410: [01:23:28] <antmas> GUIS?!
411: [01:24:29] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: LOL
412: [01:24:46] <Ryan-Toast> WAT
413: [01:25:26] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: squirting the guy with the hose
414: [01:25:47] <Kingy> antmas: I'll try to share
415: [01:25:56] <antmas> Kingy: awwwww yisss
416: [01:26:01] <simon_w> Colin[pi], probably
417: [01:26:04] <simon_w> zippy__, yes
418: [01:26:12] <zippy__> good
419: [01:26:28] <simon_w> novaweb, Page::$db should be private
420: [01:26:34] <Colin[pi]> simon_w: nice, good to bounce qns off you sometimes. Asking for a friend.
421: [01:26:36] <Colin[pi]> ;)
422: [01:27:03] <novaweb> thanks simon_w I know, the error is telling me to do opposite. I think it’s a composer thing just running through again now
423: [01:27:06] <Ryan-Toast> fucking subsites, uuuughhhh
424: [01:27:24] <simon_w> novaweb, no, the error's telling you Page::$db is still public
425: [01:27:42] <Ryan-Toast> STOP REWRITING MY URLS YOU PIECE OF SHIT
426: [01:28:19] <antmas> zippy__: this is dumb, but what exactly IS forge?
427: [01:28:22] <spronk> Ryan-Toast: HAHA
428: [01:28:25] * spronk passes the baton
429: [01:29:17] <zippy__> antmas: a tool :)
430: [01:29:33] <Colin[pi]> antmas: looks like a way to automate the deployment of new server instances for lavarel
431: [01:30:18] <spronk> or toher frameworks
432: [01:30:20] <spronk> or other*
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434: [01:31:34] <Ryan-Toast> spronk: ended up having to make a redirector page, and linking to it via the content ><
435: [01:33:26] <novaweb> simon_w: this has been going on a couple of hours. I am doing a 3.0 to 3.1 upgrade. On dev it works fine, on production it is saying “Fatal Error: SilverChimpSubscriptionPage::$db must be public (as in class Page)”
436: [01:33:38] <novaweb> however the docs state it must be PRIVATE.
437: [01:33:46] <novaweb> This is happening on every page type
438: [01:33:54] <simon_w> novaweb, which means, on production, Page::$db is public
439: [01:34:25] <ss23> 13:20:14 < novaweb> BIG DIIICKS: Fatal error: Access level to SilverChimpSubscriptionPage::$db must be public (as in class Page) in /home/janebrenan/domains/test.radianthealth.co.nz/public_html/silverchimp/code/SilverChimpSubscriptionPage.php on line 152
440: [01:34:28] <Kingy> novaweb: read the error as... oh there's a problem, $db must be public. not $db MUST be public
441: [01:34:29] <ss23> BIG DIIIIICKS
442: [01:34:39] <antmas> zippy__: Colin[pi] spronk ah right
443: [01:35:21] <novaweb> KINGY: you get it
444: [01:35:38] <novaweb> and yup thanks simon_w, subclassing I was looking in the wrong place
445: [01:35:58] <novaweb> Database build completed!
446: [01:36:00] <novaweb> chahooo
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448: [01:45:48] * NewLinuxUser is now known as DesignerX
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452: [01:57:10] <spronk> any recommendations on js slider widgets guys?
453: [01:57:22] <Colin[pi]> spronk: carousel?
454: [01:57:23] <spronk> site is using raw jquery only currently, so minimal deps would be nice
455: [01:57:33] <spronk> slider as in.. drag a thing left to right to change a value
456: [01:57:37] <Colin[pi]> oh
457: [01:57:55] <Colin[pi]> jquery ui has one right?
458: [01:58:04] <spronk> yeah..
459: [01:58:08] <spronk> jqui is a bit heavy though..
460: [01:58:08] <Colin[pi]> http://jqueryui.com/slider/
461: [01:58:10] <Colin[pi]> mm
462: [01:58:13] <Kingy> spronk: http://www.eyecon.ro/bootstrap-slider/
463: [01:58:21] <Kingy> i'e used that in the past. Works great
464: [01:58:26] <Kingy> i've*
465: [01:58:42] <spronk> oh yep, nice
466: [01:58:55] <simon_w> Write your own!
467: [01:59:09] <spronk> no.
468: [01:59:11] <spronk> :)
469: [01:59:34] <Ryan-Toast> http://shouldiuseacarousel.com/
470: [01:59:37] <simon_w> Make the client write one!
471: [01:59:47] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: nah he wants the GUI element
472: [02:00:00] <spronk> yeah. none of that carousel bullshit
473: [02:00:11] <Ryan-Toast> oh, right
474: [02:01:15] <DesignerX> hi gusy, want to ask, what do you think about .co domains?
475: [02:01:22] <Ryan-Toast> Can’t you just use the default range input and use a polyfill for browsers that don’t supoort it?
476: [02:01:33] <simon_w> DesignerX, really confusing for most people
477: [02:01:34] <Ryan-Toast> DesignerX: Expensive
478: [02:01:57] <Ryan-Toast> spronk ^ + 2
479: [02:02:35] <DesignerX> designerx.com is taken .. so I have 2 options . .net or .co
480: [02:03:11] <Ryan-Toast> DesignerX: insult to injury that the .com site is so shit
481: [02:03:19] <chrisrio> .co.nz or .com
482: [02:03:20] <Colin[pi]> I hate when that happens
483: [02:03:22] <chrisrio> or dont bother please
484: [02:03:23] <chrisrio> find a new URL
485: [02:03:32] * spronk concurs
486: [02:03:38] <Ryan-Toast> Don’t. Even. Get. Me. fucking. started. http://ryanpotter.com/
487: [02:03:39] <chrisrio> I know its tough.
488: [02:03:51] <chrisrio> but we'll get through this
489: [02:03:52] <chrisrio> together
490: [02:03:59] <spronk> http://humm.com/ :(
491: [02:04:00] <Ryan-Toast> UNDER CONSTRUCTION FOR 6 YEARS
492: [02:04:06] <chrisrio> quits
493: [02:04:21] <spronk> humm.com has never had anything on it other than one of those fucking domain-mass-buyer search pages
494: [02:04:36] <Colin[pi]> I wonder what percentage of all domains are just shitty holding pages or under construction
495: [02:04:41] <chrisrio> just change your name
496: [02:04:43] <chrisrio> fuck
497: [02:04:44] <chrisrio> no big deal
498: [02:04:44] * spronk knows, because he was scoping it out years ago then someone bought it. wtf.
499: [02:04:57] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: 100% of ones I want
500: [02:05:00] <spronk> Colin[pi]: there are a few companies like.. Moniker? that own hundreds of thousands of them
501: [02:05:01] <Colin[pi]> hehe
502: [02:05:05] <spronk> and put "search networks" on them
503: [02:05:20] <simon_w> Colin[pi], well, there's this domain that ss23 wants that's just a redirect!
504: [02:05:33] <Colin[pi]> spronk: also companies like godaddy are diabolically evil in that they put holding pages on domains that were searched but not purchased
505: [02:05:36] <antmas> DesignerX.com just sounds a bit generic
506: [02:05:55] <chrisrio> godicks.
507: [02:05:59] <Ryan-Toast> I’ve always wanted http://hex.com/ but there never seems to be anything on it
508: [02:06:37] <chrisrio> lets just make our own Internet.
509: [02:06:56] <ss23> with blackjack and hookers
510: [02:07:03] <Colin[pi]> haha
511: [02:07:22] <chrisrio> and a strongbad themed google
512: [02:07:40] <antmas> I wanted looper.com for a while, but now it's just some dumb movie list site
513: [02:07:57] <chrisrio> that movie was alright
514: [02:08:47] <spronk> Colin[pi]: omfg, yes
515: [02:09:01] <Ryan-Toast> chrisrio: Rachel Bilson, mmmm
516: [02:09:20] <Colin[pi]> spronk: happened to me once, searched for something using godaddy.. forgot about it, came back a month later... HOLDING PAGE
517: [02:10:04] <Stomach> spronk - https://github.com/abpetkov/switchery
518: [02:10:17] <DesignerX> ok found it
519: [02:10:21] <DesignerX> designerx.xxx :)
520: [02:10:22] * antmas keeps getting spronk and Stomach mixed up
521: [02:10:46] <simon_w> DesignerX, sadly, that's a restricted TLD :p
522: [02:10:50] <antmas> DesignerX: DeveloperY.com
523: [02:10:55] <antmas> woah
524: [02:10:58] <antmas> I actually kinda like that
525: [02:16:37] <antmas> ss23: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0-EyHT1lJk
526: [02:16:43] * antmas headbangs ss23
527: [02:18:13] <antmas> phwoar, good sale https://www.humblebundle.com/store?utm_source=Humble+Bundle+Newsletter&utm_campaign=42c9ec0e9e-Humble_Store_Spring_Sale_Review&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_990b1b6399-42c9ec0e9e-98741637
528: [02:19:19] * ss23 clicks
529: [02:20:31] <Stomach> meanwhile, the dota2 international prize pool is almost at 6 million
530: [02:20:33] <Stomach> o_O
531: [02:20:54] <ss23> antmas: I dunno, not a big Mastodon fan
532: [02:21:04] <antmas> ss23: :O
533: [02:21:11] <ss23> The music too... I dunno, it feels a bit like Meshuggah to me
534: [02:21:23] <ss23> Not that that's bad, just not something I raelly like
535: [02:21:30] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: -weatehr rain, mother fucker! -WEATHER RAIN
536: [02:21:40] <Stomach> -apem :P
537: [02:21:43] <Stomach> lololol
538: [02:21:51] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: do you mean LoL?
539: [02:22:18] <Stomach> whats that? I heard its a game which gets updated once every 5 months
540: [02:22:28] <Stomach> oh, and dos'd constantly
541: [02:22:33] <Stomach> sounds like fun
542: [02:22:49] <Ryan-Toast> I hear it’s a game for crying noskill peasants.
543: [02:22:49] <zippy__> farcry 4 announced eh
544: [02:23:10] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: What level is your Compendium?
545: [02:23:19] <antmas> zippy__: zomg
546: [02:23:25] <Colin[pi]> euro truck simulator 2 is awesome
547: [02:23:39] <DesignerX> a Business Question .Any of you here has their own ABN & work as a sub-contractor for another agency ?
548: [02:23:44] <antmas> Colin[pi]: as is Surgeon Simulator
549: [02:23:59] <antmas> DesignerX: I think zippy__ is?
550: [02:24:16] * antmas maybe be wrong on that one
551: [02:24:20] <simon_w> antmas, I doubt zippy__ has an ABN :p
552: [02:24:26] <zippy__> not so much an ABN
553: [02:24:32] <simon_w> (Australian Business Number)
554: [02:24:36] <DesignerX> he got NBN?
555: [02:24:42] <DesignerX> :)
556: [02:24:45] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: “You have spent approximately $412.48 USD in the game after this card set was released.” hmmmmmmmmmm
557: [02:24:45] <zippy__> lol we don't have NBN here
558: [02:24:49] <antmas> simon_w: Oh, though that meant something else
559: [02:25:02] <simon_w> DesignerX, NZ already has what the NBN's been turned into :p
560: [02:25:03] <zippy__> DesignerX: whats the Q thou?
561: [02:25:05] <Stomach> Ryan-Toast - 0, haven't bough one yet
562: [02:25:20] <DesignerX> zippy__: a Business Question .Any of you here has their own ABN & work as a sub-contractor for another agency ?
563: [02:25:24] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: Wonder what the new stretch goals will be.
564: [02:25:25] <Stomach> I don't play that much anymore, not really worth it
565: [02:25:26] <simon_w> DesignerX, maybe Colin[pi] does though
566: [02:25:43] <zippy__> DesignerX: yes, but whats the question...?
567: [02:25:49] <Colin[pi]> I have an ABN yes
568: [02:26:46] <DesignerX> if you can help me understand how it works for you. What kind of tems you have with the agency & does it effect other projects you do with someone else?
569: [02:27:14] <antmas> I don't think Colin[pi] sub contracts
570: [02:27:45] <Colin[pi]> nope
571: [02:27:53] <zippy__> DesignerX: In a sense just like a contractor… some people I do a fixed project. We discuss a project, scope, then provision X hours for it - I can use resources of the company (designers) and they generally handle all the client work.
572: [02:28:18] <zippy__> DesignerX: Some places I am just like a worker, I use there task management system and then just bill them each week for those hours at a slightly reduced contacting rate
573: [02:29:05] <zippy__> DesignerX: As long as I communicate with everyone it works fine, so I might tell this second company - I can't do anywork for you for 4 weeks, and thats fine with them.
574: [02:30:01] <zippy__> DesignerX: One place has a clause that I don't do any work with a few particular companies, but thats just like a standard conflict of interest type thing
575: [02:30:40] <zippy__> Sometimes it gets a bit like inception :) I talk to the agencies client, who things I work at the agency (I just let them assume)
576: [02:30:53] <zippy__> but then when a client of the agencies client talks to me, it just starts getting fucked up
577: [02:31:05] <DesignerX> zippy__: but that work you do is billed under your "Business Name" ..not to you directly. So you are not considered an "Employee" but more like "They are paying for your business/company work"
578: [02:31:28] <zippy__> DesignerX: Right, I bill them under the company name
579: [02:31:47] <DesignerX> Nice.
580: [02:31:58] <DesignerX> what about you Colin[pi], you have your own ABN ?
581: [02:32:06] <zippy__> which means one week I can just say, I don't want to work for you anymore, and other weeks they could do the same, but we have a contract in place that just outlines things
582: [02:32:32] <DesignerX> zippy__: yeh, once everyone start talking to the clients, things get messy. It's good to have someone to do the "talking" & let developers develop :)
583: [02:32:45] <antmas> zippy__: has that ever happened?
584: [02:32:52] <zippy__> antmas: has what ever happened?
585: [02:33:52] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: yyou don’t have that BP list on you by any chance do you? Bored of this work for today.
586: [02:33:54] <antmas> zippy__: where you or the company just says 'fuck it' and call it quits?
587: [02:34:04] <Ryan-Toast> Oh god, my heart: http://i.imgur.com/fx77Wwx.gif
588: [02:34:08] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: nup, sorry and I have a meeting :(
589: [02:34:16] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: no probs :)
590: [02:34:19] <zippy__> antmas: not at this point, there have been a couple of jobs I've turned down thou
591: [02:34:37] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: ah man, those vids make me feel sick
592: [02:35:17] <zippy__> that video of the dude climping up that large tower makes me feel sick, just keeps going!
593: [02:35:17] <DesignerX> Ryan-Toast: that looks like fun
594: [02:36:43] <zippy__> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2A_h2AjJaMw#t=45
595: [02:41:31] <zippy__> just keeeps going….!
596: [02:47:46] <ss23> this is a way old video!
597: [02:47:56] <ss23> Also, idk why they don't just rock parachutes in case they need to get down quickly
598: [02:48:37] <Stomach> because hardcore
599: [02:50:05] <Kingy> cya soon ss23 :)
600: [02:50:25] <ss23> Will do!
601: [02:51:41] * Kingy is now known as Kingy[a]
602: [02:55:40] <Ryan-Toast> Ahhh, bike’s all clean.
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606: [03:13:18] <Stomach> how much longer do you think making a site screen reader accessible takes?
607: [03:13:28] <Stomach> 2-3 days for a 10 day build?
608: [03:13:31] <Stomach> :D
609: [03:13:50] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: Depends on the site
610: [03:14:06] <Stomach> its totally design based yah?
611: [03:14:13] <Stomach> like easy design = easy access?
612: [03:14:21] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: Screenreader desifng is pretty much just plain text.
613: [03:16:10] * CodeTrap quit (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
614: [03:16:55] <Ryan-Toast> Can you add inline CSS from requirements to combined files?
615: [03:17:18] <simon_w|air> Ryan-Toast, no
616: [03:17:46] <Ryan-Toast> Hmm, going to have to think of a good solution for this.
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618: [03:24:58] <Ryan-Toast> Still can’t nest shortcodes, right?
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620: [03:28:56] <Stomach> nope
621: [03:29:19] <Ryan-Toast> fuuu
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623: [03:34:20] <spronk> hmm
624: [03:34:23] <spronk> where would you guys put jquery ui css?
625: [03:34:30] <spronk> themes/name/css/?
626: [03:34:42] <spronk> or ... javascript/jquery-ui/css/?
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628: [03:36:58] <Ryan-Toast> css/vendor/query-ui-1.111.11.min.css
629: [03:37:01] <Colin[pi]> spronk: I keep all the css for library stuff with the library usually
630: [03:37:06] <spronk> mm..
631: [03:37:13] <Ryan-Toast> Matter of preference
632: [03:37:33] <spronk> any downsides to report with the library-stored approach?
633: [03:37:54] * spronk had been doing it the other way, but it's a pain
634: [03:43:59] <Ryan-Toast> nah
635: [03:44:15] <Ryan-Toast> Should be compiling it into one file anyway.
636: [03:44:48] <spronk> mm just in terms of management really
637: [03:54:49] * cloph quit (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
638: [03:55:00] <Stomach> themes/base/source/lib/jquery/
639: [03:55:05] <Stomach> require('jquery');
640: [03:55:06] <Stomach> ftw
641: [03:56:54] <spronk> mm..
642: [03:56:54] <Colin[pi]> signed another client, aw yiss
643: [03:58:43] <Ryan-Toast> If I enable a plugin through HtmlEditorConfig can I just use TinyMCE plugins, or do they have to be special?
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645: [04:00:33] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: I think you can just use regular plugins
646: [04:00:41] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: I added a Youtube embedding plugin
647: [04:00:44] <Colin[pi]> worked fine
648: [04:01:09] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Trying to amake a plugin thata adds a dropdown, being a bit of an asshole.
649: [04:01:44] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: TinyMCE is well known for being a cunt
650: [04:01:48] <Ryan-Toast> Yup
651: [04:02:05] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: took me a fair bit of effort the other day just to add a god damn button to insert a shortcode
652: [04:02:15] <Ryan-Toast> :P
653: [04:02:32] <Colin[pi]> my mistake was I had just one minified js... and not the src js
654: [04:02:43] <Colin[pi]> when I put both, it's like "OH OK WORKY NOW"
655: [04:03:19] <Ryan-Toast> I’m just trying to add their example plugin ><
656: [04:04:41] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: dd you have to re include any tinymce jazz?
657: [04:06:50] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: just made a folder under plugins, two js files, button png, and the plugin looks like this: http://sspaste.com/paste/show/537ad179b4634
658: [04:07:29] <Colin[pi]> oh and a lang file: langs/en.js in the plugin folder
659: [04:08:54] <Stomach> Colin[pi] - you should turn that into a module please
660: [04:08:58] <Stomach> would be appreciated
661: [04:09:12] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: I will be
662: [04:09:14] <Stomach> if you can make it automagically find the shortcodes somehow
663: [04:10:55] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: What’s the other js file you had to include?
664: [04:14:20] <Colin[pi]> the lang file?
665: [04:14:33] <Ryan-Toast> Oh, right.
666: [04:14:46] <Ryan-Toast> Did you include it like this? HtmlEditorConfig::get('cms')->enablePlugins(array('Tweet' => Director::absoluteBaseURL().'/Boilerplate/code/Modules/Shortcodes/javascript/shortcodes.js'));
667: [04:15:54] <Colin[pi]> like this: HtmlEditorConfig::get('cms')->enablePlugins(array('tweet'=>NULL)); but I think I should be doing it your way by the looks
668: [04:16:07] <Colin[pi]> (I copied it into the tinymce plugins folder)
669: [04:16:28] <Ryan-Toast> Mine doesn’t seem to want to work.
670: [04:16:30] <Ryan-Toast> Sigh.
671: [04:16:42] <Colin[pi]> did you try it in the plugins folder?
672: [04:16:55] <Ryan-Toast> in the tinymce plugins folder?
673: [04:16:58] <Colin[pi]> yeah
674: [04:17:00] <Colin[pi]> sometimes tinymce gets shitty about stuff outside if it's little world
675: [04:17:01] <Ryan-Toast> nope
676: [04:17:23] <Colin[pi]> Stomach: module as in SS module?
677: [04:17:34] <Stomach> yeeeeeah
678: [04:17:51] <Stomach> it would be grand to have that kind of thing so I don't have to deal with it :P
679: [04:18:14] <Colin[pi]> mmm I can give it a go, but pretty sure I tried it once before outside of tinymce's folder and it didn't like it
680: [04:18:26] <Stomach> dumb :\
681: [04:18:41] <Colin[pi]> if Ryan-Toast gets his working outside though I'd be very interested
682: [04:18:59] <Colin[pi]> should be possible right? I'm a bit of a noob still with TinyMCE
683: [04:19:35] <Stomach> yeah it should be
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685: [04:20:15] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Your js is called editor_plugin.js, right?
686: [04:20:34] <Colin[pi]> correct
687: [04:20:37] <Colin[pi]> and editor
688: [04:20:39] <Colin[pi]> oops
689: [04:20:44] <Colin[pi]> editor_plugin_src.js
690: [04:21:02] <Colin[pi]> it didn't work with one or the other, needed both
691: [04:21:18] <Colin[pi]> also clear cache because sometimes JS gets cached pretty hard
692: [04:22:14] <Ryan-Toast> No dice
693: [04:22:35] <Colin[pi]> no errors?
694: [04:22:38] <Ryan-Toast> nope
695: [04:22:42] <Colin[pi]> mm
696: [04:22:55] <Colin[pi]> sounds like what was happening to me, but putting both js files fixed it
697: [04:23:00] <Colin[pi]> can I see the source?
698: [04:23:08] <Ryan-Toast> framework/thirdparty/tinymce/plugins/tweet right?
699: [04:23:23] <Colin[pi]> yiss
700: [04:23:39] <Ryan-Toast> wtf
701: [04:23:41] <Colin[pi]> and also framework/thirdparty/tinymce/plugins/tweet/langs/en.js
702: [04:25:00] <Ryan-Toast> ydo you have anything in your en.js?
703: [04:25:49] <Colin[pi]> just this: tinyMCE.addI18n('en.tweet', { insert: 'Insert Tweet' } );
704: [04:26:11] <Colin[pi]> for the button title in the plugin: title : 'tweet.insert',
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707: [04:29:34] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: I made this quick venn diagram: https://www.lucidchart.com/publicSegments/view/537ada15-2c94-483d-a22a-3aa10a00dd83/image.png
708: [04:30:20] <Colin[pi]> wait, so "things I hate" is the title? or you love tinymce because "things I hate" is outside the circle? ;P
709: [04:30:28] <Ryan-Toast> It’s the title
710: [04:30:31] <Colin[pi]> hehe ;P
711: [04:33:30] <Colin[pi]> this is cool and all but imagine the engineering challenges: http://www.sciencealert.com.au/news/20141905-25539.html
712: [04:36:27] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: I’m so happy there’s this tutoprial that doesn’t work: http://doc.silverstripe.org/framework/en/topics/rich-text-editing#writing-custom-plugins
713: [04:37:38] <Colin[pi]> lol
714: [04:37:44] <Ryan-Toast> SO HELPFUL
715: [04:37:47] * Colin[pi] glares at ss23
716: [04:38:10] <Colin[pi]> but yeah I'm not really surprised, every time I've written something for tinymce it's been a pain in the arse
717: [04:38:22] <Ryan-Toast> I hate it, I hate it so much.
718: [04:38:39] <Colin[pi]> I put it down to me being a n00b, but I've seen many others have the same experience :D
719: [04:39:42] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: it'll be one of those things prolly where you change like one TINY part of the code, comma or something, and BING, it'll start working
720: [04:40:04] <Ryan-Toast> I literllay copy pasted the docs example
721: [04:40:09] <Ryan-Toast> literally**
722: [04:40:10] <Colin[pi]> heh
723: [04:40:20] <Colin[pi]> oh.. ohh you wanted a WORKING example
724: [04:40:23] <Colin[pi]> ;)
725: [04:46:33] <Ryan-Toast> FUCK IT
726: [04:50:37] <chrisrio> if you're taking more than a line of code from SS docs
727: [04:50:41] <chrisrio> you're doomed Ryan-Toast
728: [04:50:43] <chrisrio> as a rule.
729: [04:50:51] <Colin[pi]> "...you're gonna have a bad time"
730: [04:50:58] <Ryan-Toast> chrisrio: Sigh.
731: [04:51:14] <chrisrio> if you're like "whats the syntax for this puppy" then 99% of the time you're golden
732: [04:51:15] <spronk> maaaaan
733: [04:51:22] <spronk> Colin[pi]: that would be so fucking awesome
734: [04:51:36] <chrisrio> because puppies dont have syntax
735: [04:51:36] <chrisrio> boom
736: [04:51:45] <Colin[pi]> spronk: the super fast maglev?
737: [04:52:06] <ss23> Colin[pi]: FIX IT YOURSELF
738: [04:52:06] <ss23> GOD.
739: [04:52:16] <spronk> jaja
740: [04:52:21] <Colin[pi]> ss23: excuse me? EXCUSE ME?
741: [04:52:32] <Colin[pi]> ss23: tell me, what is it... you actually do there?
742: [04:52:34] * ss23 glares back at Colin[pi]
743: [04:52:37] <chrisrio> I was elected to lead, not to read (and fix ss-docs)
744: [04:52:39] <ss23> We fixed the glitch.
745: [04:52:48] <Colin[pi]> does anyone know what ss23... ACTUALLY DOES at SS?
746: [04:52:49] <Colin[pi]> anyone?
747: [04:52:56] <Colin[pi]> *sound of crickets*
748: [04:52:58] <chrisrio> monitors the swear logs
749: [04:53:01] <ss23> ...
750: [04:53:02] <chrisrio> like a boss
751: [04:53:09] <ss23> TPS cover sheet? :O
752: [04:53:16] <chrisrio> what the fuck is TPS Load Letter?
753: [04:53:21] <Colin[pi]> Stephen... whaaaaat's happenin?
754: [04:53:33] <Colin[pi]> Umm... I'm gonna need you to go ahead and uh... fix the docs
755: [04:53:48] <ss23> lol
756: [04:53:55] <chrisrio> I'm going to set the building on fire.
757: [04:54:07] <Colin[pi]> If you could come in on Saturday and uh, yeaaah, on Sunday as well, that'd be greeeat
758: [04:54:21] <Colin[pi]> Thanks a bunch Stephen!
759: [04:54:22] <Colin[pi]> ;D
760: [04:54:29] <chrisrio> are we done here?
761: [04:54:38] <Colin[pi]> ss23: that's what sminnee is like, amirite?
762: [04:54:57] <chrisrio> none of this shit is contributing to my eventual domination of the swear logs.
763: [04:55:36] <chrisrio> subsites
764: [04:56:27] <ss23> cunt!
765: [04:57:02] <Ryan-Toast> chrome plated subsite cunt bitch!
766: [04:57:07] <ss23> :O
767: [04:57:08] <ss23> woah!
768: [04:57:22] * Ryan-Toast will win eventally
769: [04:57:27] <Ryan-Toast> eventually**
770: [04:58:07] <ss23> YEAH CUNT BITCH WE AINT ONES TO BE FUCKED WITH
771: [04:58:21] <Ryan-Toast> Going home, to drink and for get about tinymce….cunt
772: [04:58:24] <ss23> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTGYB-ozAWE
773: [04:58:25] <ss23> me IRL
774: [04:58:40] <Colin[pi]> cyas Ryan-Toast
775: [04:58:45] <Ryan-Toast> bai
776: [04:59:03] <Stomach> cya buddy
777: [04:59:50] <ss23> I'm not sure if I'm hungry or not
778: [04:59:58] <ss23> All I had for lunch was ~5 slices of freshly cooked sour dough bread
779: [05:00:04] <Colin[pi]> mmm
780: [05:00:09] <ss23> It was delicious, but not sure if I'm hungry or not now...
781: [05:00:18] <Colin[pi]> eat more bread?
782: [05:01:24] * nickmolhoek quit (Quit: nickmolhoek)
783: [05:02:34] <chrisrio> good god
784: [05:02:39] <chrisrio> I was prepared to do battle as a gentleman.
785: [05:02:49] <chrisrio> clearly I was woefully mistaken.
786: [05:02:58] <chrisrio> you can't just throw down the c-bomb whenever you please.
787: [05:03:04] <Stomach> what cunt
788: [05:03:30] <chrisrio> dont make me do ti.
789: [05:03:31] <chrisrio> it
790: [05:03:56] <ss23> Is there a word worse than cunt/
791: [05:04:05] <simon_w> Yeah, Stephen :p
792: [05:04:10] <ss23> And what is it?
793: [05:04:14] <ss23> :3
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795: [05:04:30] <Stomach> its niggerfaggot
796: [05:04:32] <Stomach> happy now?
797: [05:04:39] <ss23> Hmm
798: [05:04:43] <ss23> I dunno if that's worse
799: [05:04:47] <simon_w> Voldermort's balls
800: [05:04:48] <ss23> niggerfaggot just makes me lol
801: [05:05:01] <chrisrio> fine
802: [05:05:02] <chrisrio> fuck it
803: [05:05:03] <chrisrio> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QH2-TGUlwu4
804: [05:05:04] * Shrike_Finland quit (Client Quit)
805: [05:05:10] <ss23> XD
806: [05:05:19] <ss23> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=astISOttCQ0
807: [05:05:20] <ss23> better?
808: [05:05:23] <ss23> OH I'M A GUMMY BEAR
809: [05:05:58] <chrisrio> oh my
810: [05:06:27] <ss23> THREE TIMES YOU CAN BITE ME
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812: [05:15:58] <Stomach> night yall
813: [05:16:09] <Colin[pi]> nn
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821: [05:53:40] <Giganaire> evening chaps
822: [05:54:16] <simon_w|air> Afternoon
823: [06:02:13] <ss23> Night guys
824: [06:07:29] <Colin[pi]> fucking old web sites, just die already
825: [06:07:39] <Colin[pi]> just made a change to an 11 year old site
826: [06:08:03] <Colin[pi]> and dropped a not so subtle GEE I'D LOVE TO MAKE A NEW SITE FOR YOU hint in the email
827: [06:10:02] <ss23> lol
828: [06:12:53] <Colin[pi]> it's soooooo crap
829: [06:13:22] <Colin[pi]> and I made some changes the other week, added a recaptcha... guy calls me and tells me that it was overwritten from another dev copy
830: [06:13:26] <Colin[pi]> oh gee thanks for telling me
831: [06:13:48] <ss23> Like, changes not in git?
832: [06:14:08] <Colin[pi]> ftp ;C
833: [06:14:14] <Colin[pi]> sooo bad
834: [06:14:29] <ss23> yum
835: [06:14:49] <Colin[pi]> fuck this noise I'm going for a bike ridde
836: [06:14:52] <Colin[pi]> *ride also
837: [06:15:15] <simon_w|air> Colin[pi], you could bring me stuff!
838: [06:15:29] <simon_w|air> I'm just sitting here, compiling
839: [06:15:30] <ss23> You know what rules? A box having less than 1 load all the time! :d
840: [06:16:08] <ss23> And we just doubled the number of corse too :D
841: [06:17:21] <simon_w|air> You know what's normal? A box having less than 1 load all the time!
842: [06:17:47] <Colin[pi]> simon_w|air: can't carry much on a bike ;P
843: [06:17:57] <simon_w|air> Colin[pi], get a backpack :p
844: [06:18:27] <Colin[pi]> i'll be going close to lyons though :
845: [06:18:28] <Colin[pi]> ;P
846: [06:18:32] <ss23> simon_w|air: Well this is postgres
847: [06:18:35] <ss23> can't expect it to run properly
848: [06:25:15] <Giganaire> ugh
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851: [06:48:30] <simon_w|air> Colin[pi] came close to dropping stuff off here, but didn't :(
852: [06:59:48] <ss23> .... mmmmmmmm.... 2.4
853: [06:59:52] <ss23> 78ms to load a page
854: [06:59:57] <ss23> Beats the 700ms for 3.1
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858: [07:23:50] <Colin[pi]> simon_w|air: did you wave at me?
859: [07:24:04] <simon_w|air> Colin[pi], that would've involved leaving!
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861: [07:28:11] <checkcheck> Hey dudes - is it possible to sort by a boolean value in a gridfield?
862: [07:28:32] <simon_w|air> Using the sortable headers?
863: [07:28:34] <checkcheck> The pain in the ass thing is that this is on the list of members in the security admin :/
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865: [07:28:53] <checkcheck> yea
866: [07:29:15] <simon_w|air> Is this a DB field on Member?
867: [07:29:30] <Colin[pi]-2> simon_w|air: sucks to be you, I had L&P for you ;P
868: [07:29:33] <checkcheck> I added some custom fields using a dataextension with updateSummaryFields()
869: [07:29:51] <simon_w|air> Though I'm not sure if SecurityAdmin uses GridFieldSortableHeader
870: [07:29:55] <checkcheck> oh and yes they are DB fields on Member
871: [07:30:10] <checkcheck> added with my dataextension
872: [07:30:32] <checkcheck> yea I was thinking it might be buried too deeply to change easily
873: [07:30:53] <checkcheck> THe client wants to be able to sort thier members by a boolean field
874: [07:31:07] <checkcheck> Can I add a searchable filter? That might satisfy them
875: [07:31:08] <simon_w|air> Well, it looks like it should be doable
876: [07:31:17] <simon_w|air> Are other fields sortable?
877: [07:31:29] <checkcheck> everything except the one I specified
878: [07:31:42] <simon_w|air> How are you specifying it?
879: [07:31:43] <checkcheck> *maybe* the field isn't sortable because I changed the value of it
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881: [07:32:12] <checkcheck> hmm
882: [07:32:26] <checkcheck> actually it isn't technically a DB field now that I look abck at it
883: [07:32:28] <checkcheck> back*
884: [07:33:05] <checkcheck> lemme try use the raw field
885: [07:33:25] <checkcheck> I added a "friendly" version of the field so that it said "Yes" or "No" instead of the default
886: [07:34:03] <checkcheck> Ah
887: [07:34:06] <simon_w|air> Okay, so that gets a little more interesting
888: [07:34:07] <checkcheck> ok
889: [07:34:18] <checkcheck> So if I use the raw field it works just fine
890: [07:34:22] <checkcheck> it sorts
891: [07:34:26] <checkcheck> but it says 0 or 1
892: [07:34:31] <checkcheck> which I dont really want
893: [07:34:55] <ss23> tfw someone is at work when you think you're the only one
894: [07:34:56] <ss23> ;____;
895: [07:35:05] <simon_w|air> You need to get the GridFieldSortableHeader and then set a mapping from your field to the actual DB field in the fieldSorting member
896: [07:35:21] <ss23> Luckiy I wasn't signing this time
897: [07:36:48] <checkcheck> Do you know which method / class I need to be extending / overriding for that?
898: [07:37:19] <checkcheck> so that I can catch the GridFieldSortableHeader on it's way out
899: [07:37:22] <simon_w|air> There should be a hook in SecurityAdmin that lets you grab the entire EditForm and you can get to the GridFieldConfig from there
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904: [07:38:49] <simon__w> Laptop swap
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908: [07:41:13] <ss23> 9:37:43 -!- Netsplit *.net <-> *.split quits: spronk, Colin[pi], @simon_w
909: [07:41:15] <ss23> 19:38:50 <@simon__w> Laptop swap
910: [07:41:19] <ss23> please don't swap laptops again
911: [07:41:21] <ss23> you broke freenode
912: [07:44:21] <simon_w> Naaah
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914: [07:48:57] <checkcheck> thanks simon__w - for some reason it wont let me extend the SecurityAdmin class and I am too overworked today to look at it further lol - instead of bothering with that I am just going to tell the client that they are going to have to deal with looking at 0's and 1's if they want it to be sortable...
915: [07:49:51] <simon_w> checkcheck, you can use updateEditForm(Form $form) on SecurityAdmin with a subclass of Extension
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917: [07:52:46] <checkcheck> huh? What I tried was using updateEditForm on class MySecurityAdmin extends SecurityAdmin
918: [07:53:09] <simon_w> checkcheck, yeah, you want an Extension (like a DataExtension), not a subclass
919: [07:53:21] <checkcheck> then in config Object::useCustomClass('SecurityAdmin','MysecurityAdmin')
920: [07:53:26] <checkcheck> which usaully works
921: [07:53:33] <checkcheck> mmkay
922: [07:53:35] <checkcheck> thanks
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924: [07:54:32] <checkcheck> oh so does $this->extend('updateEditForm', $form); only work with Extensions?
925: [07:55:07] <simon_w> yes
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927: [07:55:59] <checkcheck> thanks for the help!
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938: [08:46:27] <Fisix_AIX> Hello, I have a problem. When I click "Sync files" in the Files page I am receiving the following error: "Validation error: Object is of class 'SettingsPage' which doesn't exist - you need to change the ClassName before you can write it"
939: [08:46:32] <Fisix_AIX> Any suggestions ?
940: [08:47:52] <ss23> dev/build and flush and try again? :O
941: [08:48:23] <Giganaire> FLUSH ALL THE THINGS
942: [08:49:06] <ss23> ^^^^^^
943: [08:49:08] <ss23> nginx says...
944: [08:49:12] <ss23> no errors parsing config
945: [08:49:16] <ss23> Should I try restarting live webserver?
946: [08:49:16] <ss23> :O
947: [08:49:44] <ss23> A+ website is not down
948: [08:49:46] <ss23> ss23 rules
949: [08:50:39] <Fisix_AIX> Same error after flushing and dev building
950: [08:51:01] <ss23> No idea sorry :O
951: [08:51:42] <micmania1> Fisix_AIX: do you have a class called 'SettingsPage'?
952: [08:52:21] <micmania1> or did you?
953: [08:52:42] <Fisix_AIX> Not that I can remember
954: [08:54:44] <micmania1> My guess would be that you did and one of your pages is still set to it. Go through and check your pages and update any that you find.
955: [08:55:07] <Fisix_AIX> I just recursive grepped my codebase
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957: [08:55:22] <Fisix_AIX> no mention of SettingsPage
958: [08:56:09] <micmania1> yeah, it would be set in the database if you've had it in the past.
959: [08:56:24] <micmania1> so one of your pages could still be of type 'SettingsPage'
960: [08:56:38] <Fisix_AIX> micmania1, Yea good point
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962: [08:57:05] <ss23> select * from SiteTree WHERE ClassName LIKE '%Setting%';
963: [08:57:08] <Fisix_AIX> micmania1, Correct, Thanks
964: [08:57:10] <ss23> select * from SiteTree_Live WHERE ClassName LIKE '%Setting%';
965: [08:58:43] <micmania1> Got to add a captcha to an ss site that doesn't even use the froms api :(
966: [08:58:57] <micmania1> FML
967: [09:00:06] <Fisix_AIX> micmania1, All fixed thanks
968: [09:00:19] <micmania1> Fisix_AIX: np :)
969: [09:00:56] <ss23> Yay!
970: [09:00:59] <ss23> Team work, ss23 and micmania1!
971: [09:01:21] <micmania1> YEAH BOY!
972: [09:01:27] <ss23> :D
973: [09:01:33] <ss23> micmania1: Do you know when you're starting yet tw?
974: [09:01:35] <Fisix_AIX> +ss23, Thanks
975: [09:02:00] <micmania1> nah, i'm waiting on police certificate and medical (which will roughly be 1-2 weeks
976: [09:02:08] <micmania1> then I can apply for my visa which is 20-25 days
977: [09:02:20] <micmania1> so expected around end of June
978: [09:02:29] <micmania1> Early July at the latest
979: [09:03:50] <ss23> cool micmania1 :)
980: [09:04:02] <ss23> Whats a police certificate for? :O
981: [09:04:19] <micmania1> No idea. Just like a criminal record check I think
982: [09:04:28] <micmania1> Got to send it with my visa
983: [09:04:39] <micmania1> I have to get a chest x ray as well :(
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985: [09:04:55] <guci0> Hello World!
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987: [09:06:56] <kinglozzer> micmania1: How come?
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989: [09:07:16] <micmania1> kinglozzer: You just have to. Make sure you're in good health.
990: [09:07:24] <kinglozzer> Oic
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992: [09:10:34] <ss23> o.o
993: [09:10:38] <ss23> A *chest* xray though?
994: [09:10:46] <ss23> Have they had many people come through with... like... messed up chests?
995: [09:13:41] <guzzlefry> Where is this? 0.o
996: [09:14:08] <ss23> I dunno!
997: [09:14:12] <ss23> This is for micmania1 coming to NZ
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999: [09:17:08] <kinglozzer> Check for lung cancer or something? Seems really specific though!
1000: [09:17:25] <wmk> standard for smokers?
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1002: [09:18:23] <micmania1> Maybe that's what its for. Or older people.
1003: [09:18:50] <ss23> Are you a smoker, micmania1? :O
1004: [09:18:52] * ss23 glares
1005: [09:18:58] <micmania1> ss23: NO
1006: [09:19:01] <ss23> Yay
1007: [09:19:02] <ss23> :D
1008: [09:19:05] <ss23> Smoking is bad for your health!
1009: [09:19:15] <micmania1> Unlike drinking!
1010: [09:19:22] <ss23> XD
1011: [09:19:29] <ss23> Drinking is a lot more FUN than smoking! :P
1012: [09:19:49] <micmania1> amen!
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1019: [09:24:27] <dangerdan> is there a hook i can use for when a page is removed from the draft site?
1020: [09:25:03] <dangerdan> on before delete fires when a page is unpublished, aswell as when it is deleted. I just want one that fires only when the page is removed entirely
1021: [09:25:08] <simon_w|air> dangerdan, onBeforeDelete, checking the current reading stage
1022: [09:25:16] <dangerdan> ah okay!
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1036: [09:43:58] <guzzlefry> Will he be covered by the .nz healthcare system? The checks make sense in that case. :P
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1038: [09:44:38] <micmania1> guzzlefry: don't think so lol I was applying for permentnt residency which I would have, but temporary is quicker so i'm doing that.
1039: [09:44:51] <guzzlefry> ah
1040: [09:45:11] * guzzlefry moves to New Zealand as well.
1041: [09:45:31] <guzzlefry> It's constant beach weather right? :P
1042: [09:45:44] <micmania1> I'm hoping so lol
1043: [09:45:53] <micmania1> alhtough i'll be getting there in winter
1044: [09:46:16] <micmania1> leaving the sunny north of England for cold weather... :/
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1049: [10:04:50] <Colin[pi]-2> ok!
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1051: [10:05:18] <DesignerX> ops.. missed the " / "
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1053: [10:15:30] <Giganaire> micmania1: to be fair, cold in NZ is like 0 degrees
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1057: [10:21:50] <terryapodaca> How can I make the tinymce/htmleditor float left to it's label like most other CMS fields?
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1059: [10:22:09] <terryapodaca> I've seen it before, I just can't find it again (I've googled but get nothing)
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1062: [10:23:52] <Colin[pi]> terryapodaca: css tweaks?
1063: [10:26:23] <terryapodaca> Colin[pi]: maybe, but I could have sworn i saw some place you can do this in the PHP when you create the field. Like it's a extra setting/variable passed in
1064: [10:26:31] <micmania1> Giganaire: that's shorts and t-shirt weather
1065: [10:26:37] <Colin[pi]> terryapodaca: could be!
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1067: [10:28:37] <kinglozzer> terryapodaca: Is this 3.0.x by any chance?
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1069: [10:29:44] <kinglozzer> terryapodaca: I think it's $myField->addExtraClass('stacked'); from memory
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1072: [10:31:32] <terryapodaca> kinglozzer: yes, it's 3.1.3
1073: [10:32:02] <kinglozzer> terryapodaca: Ohh, you want it to not clear left
1074: [10:32:06] <kinglozzer> Not sure
1075: [10:32:22] <micmania1> removeExtraClass("stacked") ?
1076: [10:34:02] <terryapodaca> ok, that's making more sense
1077: [10:34:12] <terryapodaca> still digging
1078: [10:36:13] <kinglozzer> terryapodaca: You might need to write some extra CSS and include it, I don't think there's any way of doing that with just adding/removing classes
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1081: [10:41:20] <terryapodaca> kinglozzer: probably correct...but I know I've seen a solution to this posted some place...I think I've even done it on a project, but I just can't find it!
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1083: [10:44:23] <Fisix_AIX> So in ModelAdmin you can upload a CSV but can you download a CSV of all the data not just summary fields?
1084: [10:46:30] <micmania1> Fisix_AIX: i'm sure the download uses summary fields. If you've added a private static $summary_fields you'd have to flush for them to take effect.
1085: [10:47:12] <Fisix_AIX> I want to download a compete Export of all my products
1086: [10:48:42] <Fisix_AIX> Basically I have extended CsvBulkLoader so I can upload a CSV and it creates the relevant objects and what not, but then I want to be able to download all of the Products as a CSV in the same format
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1090: [10:52:18] <Fisix_AIX> ahhh http://api.silverstripe.org/3.1/source-class-ModelAdmin.html#176-184
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1097: [11:17:39] * qlex1 says hi
1098: [11:18:17] <qlex1> guys, how can i track an error that (when adding a new albuym to gallery) says "There has been an error" in response to a GET new request (see it in firebug now)
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1100: [11:18:34] <qlex1> my php.ini has enabled "display errors"
1101: [11:22:27] <qlex1> ok, i answered my own question, by going to dev mode
1102: [11:22:40] <qlex1> now, any1 could help out with this error, when creating an album ?
1103: [11:23:07] <qlex1> ERROR [User Error]: Uncaught LogicException: dataQuery can't be called on an UnsavedRelationList. IN GET /admin/pages/edit/EditForm/field/GalleryAlmbum/item/new Line 311 in /var/www/vhosts/something.pl/httpdocs/framework/model/UnsavedRelationList.php
1104: [11:23:08] <qlex1> ?
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1106: [11:31:29] <simon_w|air> qlex1, the response will have a stack trace in it you can use
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1109: [11:34:55] <opalfroot> anyone know if it's possible to alter the message displayed on failed file upload?
1110: [11:34:58] <DesignerX> qlex1: when adding objects to GridField , make sure to save the ParentObject 1st
1111: [11:35:20] <DesignerX> So Gallery has_many Images, save the gallery before you add images
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1113: [23:09:34] <simon_w> "We are in the process of overhauling it"
1114: [23:09:41] <simon_w> That process has been going on for like 4 years now
1115: [23:09:45] <simon_w> Good one Cam!
1116: [23:09:47] <Colin[pi]> simon_w: "so it doesn't look so 2008" ;)
1117: [23:10:12] <simon_w> Though no clip of ss23 stuffing his face. Are you sure it's from the SS meet up?
1118: [23:10:15] <ss23> lol
1119: [23:10:16] <ss23> please
1120: [23:10:18] <Colin[pi]> lol
1121: [23:10:25] <ss23> simon_w: I posted a picture of new ssorg in here a while ago
1122: [23:10:27] <Colin[pi]> so UC is coming to SS then?
1123: [23:11:09] <terryapodaca> simon_w: how do I add a tab to that SiteConfig CMS page?
1124: [23:11:41] <terryapodaca> I won't mind the width if the page doesn't have to scroll by adding a tab for these three fields
1125: [23:12:09] <ss23> Colin[pi]: idk, ask him I guess :O
1126: [23:12:22] <ss23> Stomach: Yell at Aaron, ask him when he's comging to SS!
1127: [23:12:28] <Colin[pi]> ss23: vid says he'll be joining SS at the end of May
1128: [23:12:34] <ss23> oh
1129: [23:12:39] <ss23> yeah
1130: [23:12:40] <ss23> then I guess he is
1131: [23:12:41] <ss23> :O
1132: [23:12:47] <spronk> WELL WELL WELL
1133: [23:13:13] <micmania1> ss23: 25th May I think he said to me
1134: [23:13:25] <ss23> cool cool ^.^
1135: [23:14:32] <Colin[pi]> I thought he'd end up there eventually
1136: [23:17:50] <simon_w> You going to end up at SS AU Colin[pi]?
1137: [23:18:06] <Colin[pi]> simon_w: mm I'm no Unclecheese :o
1138: [23:18:28] <simon_w> That's easy. Just create a Drupal site talking about how awesome SS is! :p
1139: [23:19:51] <unsignedint> hey does anyone know why my LeftAndMain extension wont show up in the menu? http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/537bdfa0d438c
1140: [23:20:02] <unsignedint> did I miss something in the docs or am I just retarded?
1141: [23:20:16] <unsignedint> I have flushed in /dev/build and also in /admin
1142: [23:20:25] <simon_w> unsignedint, the latter :p
1143: [23:20:30] <simon_w> It should subclass LeftAndMain
1144: [23:20:33] <unsignedint> ohk thought so :)
1145: [23:20:36] <unsignedint> oh
1146: [23:20:52] <Stomach> ss23 - I don't work with aaron anymore
1147: [23:20:58] <ss23> :O
1148: [23:21:00] <ss23> WHAT?!
1149: [23:21:00] <Zauberfisch> I am also tempted to give you the unpleasant
1150: [23:21:13] <Zauberfisch> news as well
1151: [23:21:17] <Stomach> I moved to auckland ~7 months ago
1152: [23:21:19] <ss23> Zauberfisch: :O
1153: [23:21:22] <ss23> Zauberfisch: UNPLEASANT?!
1154: [23:21:24] <ss23> Stomach: Ah okay :O
1155: [23:21:25] <Zauberfisch> ss23: was adressed to unsignedint
1156: [23:21:33] <ss23> oic
1157: [23:21:33] <ss23> lol
1158: [23:21:49] <unsignedint> Zauberfisch: really? what?
1159: [23:22:11] <Zauberfisch> unsignedint: that was meant to imply that you are a retard :P
1160: [23:22:28] <unsignedint> simon_w: you were right, I dont know what made me think I had to add it as an extension. Thanks!
1161: [23:22:30] <Zauberfisch> as in "or am I just retarded?" - unpleasent news: yes you are :P
1162: [23:22:32] <unsignedint> oh im most certainly a retard
1163: [23:22:56] <Zauberfisch> meh, I make such silly little mistakes all the time
1164: [23:23:00] <Zauberfisch> happens to the best of us
1165: [23:23:00] <simon_w> Yay, compiling again!
1166: [23:23:13] * simon_w slacks off some more
1167: [23:24:18] <Kingy> oh question. What's the flashing blue light in the SS offices for?
1168: [23:24:23] <Stomach> and ss23 its aarons last day at heyday this friday, so I imagine monday
1169: [23:25:42] <ss23> :O
1170: [23:25:45] <ss23> It is may!
1171: [23:26:10] <simon_w> Yeah, I'm almost back in New Zealand!
1172: [23:26:14] <simon_w> (For two nights)
1173: [23:26:52] <ss23> o.o
1174: [23:26:55] <ss23> Almost back in NZ...?
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1176: [23:28:03] <simon_w> Gotta get BurgerFuel somehow
1177: [23:28:14] <ss23> Airport?
1178: [23:28:38] <simon_w> No airport stores
1179: [23:29:01] <Colin[pi]> simon_w: they have BF in Sydney right?
1180: [23:29:03] <antmas> hello world
1181: [23:29:13] <simon_w> Colin[pi], yeah, but then I'd be in Sydney
1182: [23:29:22] <simon_w> (Also, sister's 21st)
1183: [23:31:23] <Stomach> I'm gonna be in wellington in June! party!
1184: [23:31:28] <ss23> Yay!
1185: [23:31:29] <ss23> Me too!
1186: [23:31:36] <ss23> WAit, fuck, I'm actually going to Japan in July
1187: [23:31:37] <ss23> june
1188: [23:31:38] <ss23> june
1189: [23:31:56] <Stomach> dumb.
1190: [23:32:01] <ss23> :(
1191: [23:32:09] <antmas> way dumb
1192: [23:32:16] <ss23> guis please
1193: [23:32:18] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: morning
1194: [23:32:21] <ss23> I was goign to bring back pocky for everyone
1195: [23:32:22] <ss23> :(
1196: [23:33:00] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: I have your BP list... at home :D
1197: [23:33:09] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: Boooo
1198: [23:33:19] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: was on skype with the folks and forgot
1199: [23:33:22] <antmas> ;__;
1200: [23:33:41] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: how dare you? You know I’m far more imprtant than your parents./
1201: [23:33:57] <antmas> :D
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1203: [23:35:21] <simon_w> Shh, stop talking about him now
1204: [23:35:29] <antmas> I love how this code for an online payment form has 2 differnet places for the same validation
1205: [23:35:32] <antmas> makes total sense
1206: [23:35:42] <Colin[pi]> HI ANTMAS
1207: [23:35:43] <ss23> That's 2x the validation!
1208: [23:35:47] <ss23> Think of how secure it is!
1209: [23:35:48] <antmas> Colin[pi]: HARRO!
1210: [23:36:01] <antmas> ss23: it makes debugging a complete ANUS
1211: [23:36:03] <ss23> UncleCheese_: When you start at SS?
1212: [23:36:08] <ss23> antmas: #sendapullrquest
1213: [23:36:29] <antmas> ss23: I fixed it / I found it
1214: [23:36:45] <ss23> l33t
1215: [23:37:20] <antmas> it's genius
1216: [23:37:34] <antmas> Requirements:: some validation javascript
1217: [23:37:50] <antmas> and the next fucking function after that line is validation
1218: [23:38:02] <antmas> Y U DO DIS
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1222: [23:41:36] <terryapodaca> what's the SS3 version of File::$allowed_extensions
1223: [23:41:51] <ss23> Isn't it that?
1224: [23:42:10] <terryapodaca> I get: Fatal error: Cannot access private property File::$allowed_extensions
1225: [23:42:16] <simon_w> terryapodaca, Config API!
1226: [23:42:19] <ss23> Yeah, config!
1227: [23:42:19] <ss23> :D
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1229: [23:44:51] <UncleCheese_> ss23: 26 may
1230: [23:45:01] * ss23 looks at his calendar
1231: [23:45:07] <ss23> a week
1232: [23:45:14] <ss23> the fresh bread will probably be over by then :(
1233: [23:50:35] <Stomach> send bread please
1234: [23:50:48] <ss23> :3
1235: [23:50:49] <ss23> nope
1236: [23:50:52] <ss23> WE EAT IT ALL
1237: [23:50:52] <ss23> :D
1238: [23:50:59] <Stomach> fatties.
1239: [23:51:02] <Stomach> :(
1240: [23:51:09] <Stomach> turnip soup it is then.
1241: [23:52:29] <terryapodaca> ok, I guess I just don't see it...i see $uploadField->setAllowedExtensions() but what I need is the default CMS upload in Files to be able to accept vcf files
1242: [23:52:45] <Colin[pi]> congrats UncleCheese_
1243: [23:52:51] <ss23> XD
1244: [23:53:00] <ss23> Stomach: I'd rather be fat and with bread than not fat and without! :D
1245: [23:53:06] <Colin[pi]> UncleCheese_: was that something on the cards for a while or a recent development?
1246: [23:53:10] <ss23> also, uploading a 2.1gb file... this could take a while :(
1247: [23:53:25] <UncleCheese_> it's been something we've been talking about in IRC for a while
1248: [23:53:30] <UncleCheese_> pay attention, dude. jesus
1249: [23:53:34] <Colin[pi]> lol :(
1250: [23:53:35] <UncleCheese_> ha
1251: [23:53:37] <ss23> XD
1252: [23:53:40] <UncleCheese_> no, i kept it kind of quit
1253: [23:53:42] <UncleCheese_> quiet
1254: [23:54:16] <Colin[pi]> mm I was watching the vid and Cam (was it Cam?) said UC will be joining us and I'm like "...wha?"
1255: [23:54:18] <Stomach> stop keeping things quiet
1256: [23:54:24] <UncleCheese_> but i am pretty offended that you didn't respond to the plane i flew over your house towing a banner that said, "UNCLE CHEESE + SS FTW!!!!!!!!!"
1257: [23:54:35] <UncleCheese_> where is everyone seeing this video?
1258: [23:54:45] <Stomach> ON THE INTERNET
1259: [23:54:45] <Colin[pi]> http://www.silverstripe.org/wellington-meetup-videos-may-2014/
1260: [23:54:52] <Colin[pi]> UR FAMOUS!
1261: [23:55:27] <UncleCheese_> whoa
1262: [23:57:59] <Colin[pi]> btw the stuff you're saying about the L+M changes, sooo familiar with those sorts of meetings :(
1263: [23:59:30] <Colin[pi]> failgile, lol
1264: [23:59:54] <terryapodaca> simon_w: did you ever find the solution to https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/issues/777

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