#silverstripe IRC Log

IRC log for 10 August 2014

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7: [00:54:23] <chrisrio> does anyone know if you can add custom classes to your form fields when you're building form?
8: [00:54:44] <chrisrio> this causes SS to freak out: new TextField('Website')->addExtraClass("lalala");
9: [00:55:08] <chrisrio> super basic thing, im sure its possible :P
10: [00:56:58] <willr> You need to use (new TextField(‘Blah’))->add..
11: [00:58:02] <willr> Or you can use the ss way.. TextFielld::create(‘Blah’)->add..
12: [00:58:36] <chrisrio> addExtraClass?
13: [00:58:45] <willr> yep
14: [00:58:54] <willr> you had that right
15: [00:59:20] <chrisrio> well played, sir.
16: [00:59:23] * chrisrio bows
17: [00:59:50] <chrisrio> much appreciated.
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19: [01:05:32] <chrisrio> haha SS puts the extra class on the wrapper div for the field and the field itself.
20: [01:05:35] <chrisrio> facepalm.
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22: [01:07:11] <chrisrio> I guess its useful in some situations.
23: [01:08:44] <chrisrio> ignore me, that makes sense really - back to the cave for me.
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31: [03:29:44] <azureRaven> Anybody know why the contact form on this page ( http://doc.silverstripe.org/framework/en/trunk/howto/simple-contact-form ) doesn't work?
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73: [10:59:42] <howardgrigg> how come when I add a field to the scaffolded CMSFields it's not aligned correctly?
74: [10:59:45] <howardgrigg> See http://i.imgur.com/qNss7wN.png
75: [11:00:19] <howardgrigg> I'm just pushing a readonly field for "Created" into the details view in modeladmin
76: [11:03:48] <simon_w> howardgrigg, because you're using ->push() not ->addFieldToTab('Root.Main'
77: [11:05:51] <howardgrigg> simon_w: gah ofcourse, you're right :) Thanks
78: [11:07:10] <howardgrigg> I love/hate that I can spend a few hours working on something reasonably complicated but then get taken down by something so trivial
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110: [18:00:06] <asker> hi all. Is it possible to have the parent-id editable?
111: [18:00:45] <asker> I've a Classroom which as a many students ( each of them assigned to only one Classroom ) and I'd like to move the students among the Classrooms
112: [18:01:08] <asker> how is that accomplished easily?
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130: [21:01:47] <vebb> morning.
131: [21:04:20] <Stomach> hi Mike
132: [21:07:05] * Kingy[a] is now known as Kingy
133: [21:07:22] <Kingy> morning
134: [21:07:54] * vebb slaps Kingy with a large trout
135: [21:08:04] <Kingy> not gonna quit?
136: [21:08:24] <vebb> /window kill
137: [21:08:26] <vebb> twat
138: [21:08:29] * vebb shakes head
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141: [21:11:27] <vebb> :-P
142: [21:11:36] <vebb> (someone seriously said that on IRC the other day)
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148: [21:35:40] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] tractorcow/sapphire#7 (3.1 - 6c0c681 : Damian Mooyman): The build failed.
149: [21:35:40] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/tractorcow/sapphire/compare/181d8e549af6...6c0c6812c8d2
150: [21:35:40] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/tractorcow/sapphire/builds/32177016
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152: [21:43:42] <antmas> le moin
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154: [21:49:15] <Stomach> hey antmas
155: [21:49:26] <willr> Morning ya'll
156: [21:49:39] <willr> Everyone have a fantasic weekend?
157: [21:49:57] <Stomach> hi willr
158: [21:50:01] <Stomach> I went to Manakau
159: [21:50:05] <Stomach> it was very disappointing.
160: [21:50:09] <Stomach> how was your weekend?
161: [21:51:31] <antmas> I did gardening :D
162: [21:51:37] <antmas> and mr sister had a baby
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165: [21:56:52] <irogue_> mornin'
166: [21:57:19] <simon_w> Bed is comfy
167: [21:57:55] <irogue_> i know, I spent practically all last week in it
168: [21:58:20] * simon_w is in it!
169: [21:58:35] <Stomach> simon_w and irogue_ in the same bed aye
170: [21:58:38] <Stomach> controversial.
171: [22:01:49] <Kingy> well from what irogue_ has said it the past it sounds pretty normal
172: [22:01:57] <Kingy> in*
173: [22:02:28] <irogue_> ;)
174: [22:03:49] <irogue_> reboot tiem
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176: [22:07:10] <spronk> slow morning i guess
177: [22:07:10] <spronk> :P
178: [22:07:49] <antmas> monday
179: [22:08:04] <spronk> yerp
180: [22:08:21] <simon_w> Also, work from home day
181: [22:08:26] <simon_w> So am still in bed
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184: [22:21:19] <spronk> http://onthefence.co.nz/
185: [22:21:52] <spronk> according to this i should vote for NZ First :/
186: [22:22:04] <spronk> the questions are kinda crap though, often have two parts to them
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188: [22:25:15] <irogue_> yeah, I wasn't sure about the questions this time around
189: [22:25:21] <irogue_> they seem to ask the same question from both directions
190: [22:25:58] <irogue_> and its just a 1-5 system which is subjective
191: [22:26:05] <spronk> yeah
192: [22:26:24] <spronk> it basically suggests a different party for each of my answers
193: [22:26:25] <spronk> which is lol
194: [22:26:25] <irogue_> last election they gave full-sentence answers
195: [22:26:40] <irogue_> and you picked the one that was closest to your opinion
196: [22:26:48] <irogue_> which seemed much better
197: [22:26:57] <spronk> Government has the right to monitor all communications and internet use. If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.
198: [22:27:00] <spronk> like that, for example
199: [22:27:19] <spronk> there are many issues with that question
200: [22:27:21] <spronk> a) use of "all"
201: [22:27:28] <spronk> b) lack of definition of "monitor"
202: [22:27:33] <spronk> c) the statement at the end
203: [22:27:45] <irogue_> yeah, which is why multiple different answers is better
204: [22:27:51] <spronk> d) at a slight stretch, definition of government
205: [22:28:17] <spronk> i'd be pretty annoyed if, say, Steven Joyce was allowed to monitor all communications
206: [22:28:18] <irogue_> "How do you feel about the GCSB monitoring communications and internet use of NZ citizens?"
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208: [22:28:26] <spronk> mm, exactly
209: [22:28:43] <irogue_> and then 4 varying answers, one of which would include that "If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear" line
210: [22:28:45] <spronk> with answers like "The GCSB should be allowed to monitor all communications and internet use without need for warrant"
211: [22:28:47] <irogue_> is a much better way to do it
212: [22:28:50] <spronk> jaja
213: [22:29:04] <irogue_> i think they just got lazy this year :P
214: [22:29:05] * spronk is gonna take this test again
215: [22:29:23] <irogue_> it told me Greens > Maori > Labour tho, so it wasn't too bad
216: [22:29:34] <spronk> it told me NZFirst > Maori > Labour
217: [22:29:44] <spronk> i probably would never vote for any of those three parties
218: [22:29:51] <simon_w> Bah, the first question is just so damn annoying
219: [22:29:53] <irogue_> it apparently told dpfdpf Conservatives, which he was not pleased with
220: [22:30:00] <simon_w> I disagree with the first part, agree with the second
221: [22:30:01] <spronk> LOL
222: [22:30:05] <irogue_> (being the guy in charge of polling for National)
223: [22:30:08] <spronk> simon_w, which q, IIRC its randomised?
224: [22:30:39] <simon_w> Tertiary study is a personal choice and the taxpayer shouldn’t have to pay the bill for study costs. Trade skills and apprenticeships are just as important and needed as University qualifications.
225: [22:30:51] <irogue_> yeah, idk why that was one question
226: [22:30:56] <irogue_> should have been 3 imo
227: [22:31:16] <irogue_> https://twitter.com/dpfdpf/status/498394630275076096
228: [22:31:23] <irogue_> https://twitter.com/dpfdpf/status/498395657049079808
229: [22:32:14] <spronk> ugh
230: [22:32:14] <spronk> yeah
231: [22:32:18] <spronk> i completely agree with the second part
232: [22:32:25] <spronk> i completely disagree with the first part
233: [22:33:46] <spronk> i also hate the transport question
234: [22:34:14] <spronk> kinda mirrors the simplistic thinking of our govt on transport tbh
235: [22:34:23] <irogue_> anyone watch the minor leader debate?
236: [22:34:42] <spronk> i saw the screeenshot with graphics over colin craig's head, and laughed.
237: [22:35:00] <simon_w> Well, I got Mana, Greens , Maori that time
238: [22:36:08] <spronk> also, "access to the internet is important" agreed. "and private companies are the most efficient means of delivery/ensuring this" not so agreed
239: [22:36:24] <irogue_> spronk: the great part is they can claim that because of being forced to accommodate him at short notice they didn't have time to properly plan the layout to ensure nobody was obscured
240: [22:36:32] <spronk> lol ya :D
241: [22:36:38] <spronk> gmm
242: [22:36:42] <spronk> wonder if its on tv3 site
243: [22:36:48] <irogue_> it is
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245: [22:37:14] <irogue_> Jamie Whyte came across as more of a clueless knob than Colin Craig, and that's saying something
246: [22:37:32] <spronk> ugh
247: [22:37:37] <spronk> what is it with our politicians
248: [22:37:49] <spronk> do we have a single competent one?
249: [22:37:52] <Stomach> yes!
250: [22:38:14] <spronk> WHO IS THIS EXHALTED SAVIOUR!?
251: [22:38:15] <irogue_> there was a great "talk to the hand" moment when colin tried to talk over metiria turei
252: [22:38:16] <Stomach> https://www.greens.org.nz/people/garethhughes
253: [22:38:19] <spronk> hmm
254: [22:38:22] <spronk> gareth is ok
255: [22:39:09] <Stomach> ive chatted to him a few times, he's the only politician i know who will "i dont know, ill have to send you an email about that" then sent me an email
256: [22:39:46] <Olliepop> Anyone got any strong opinions on this? http://www.silverstripe.org/angularjs-powered-by-silverstripe/
257: [22:39:46] <spronk> hmm
258: [22:40:00] <spronk> yes, angularjs is a scorge and should be ousted from existance :P
259: [22:40:18] <Olliepop> :O
260: [22:40:21] <Stomach> ^ what spronk said
261: [22:40:30] <Olliepop> backbone elitists?
262: [22:40:33] <spronk> no
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264: [22:40:43] <spronk> but angular and it's bastardised disgusting semi-html reminds me of coldfusion markup
265: [22:40:44] <Olliepop> ember?
266: [22:40:45] <spronk> jeisus christ
267: [22:40:45] <Stomach> nope
268: [22:40:51] <Stomach> ember is just as bad
269: [22:40:57] <spronk> ember gets routing right
270: [22:41:00] <spronk> but apart from that, bleh
271: [22:41:22] <irogue_> http://www.theconservative.co.nz/sites/default/files/thehand2.jpg
272: [22:41:24] <irogue_> TALK TO THE HAND
273: [22:41:27] <spronk> tbh, if the maori party changed their name and removed their focus from Maori, they'd be kinda decent now that Hone is gone
274: [22:41:38] <spronk> pwn
275: [22:41:39] <spronk> i like turia
276: [22:41:56] <spronk> err
277: [22:41:57] <spronk> whatever her name is
278: [22:42:02] <simon_w> Angular just seems like one of those fad frameworks
279: [22:42:22] <simon_w> Also, what's with using the fragment for everything?
280: [22:42:40] <Stomach> simon_w, thoughts on react
281: [22:42:41] <Stomach> ?
282: [22:42:51] <simon_w> Stomach, haven't looked into it yet
283: [22:43:19] <spronk> turei
284: [22:44:40] <spronk> how the fuck is peter dunne still in existence
285: [22:44:52] <spronk> why has somebody not put him out of his misery already
286: [22:46:25] <irogue_> lol
287: [22:46:34] <irogue_> him and his bow-ties
288: [22:46:36] <simon_w> I suppose I should get out of bed and do some work
289: [22:48:23] <ss23> Nope
290: [22:48:24] <ss23> don't do it
291: [22:48:26] <ss23> it's a trap
292: [22:48:30] <ss23> #fuckthesystem
293: [22:49:01] <spronk> #RAGEAGAINSTTHEMACHINE
294: [22:49:07] <spronk> my god.
295: [22:49:08] <spronk> they need to come back
296: [22:49:11] <spronk> they were so good
297: [22:49:48] <antmas> they don't need to comeback
298: [22:49:55] <antmas> dragging up old bands never goes well :O
299: [22:52:22] <Stomach> shihads new album is decent
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301: [22:54:35] <antmas> Stomach: yeah I dig it
302: [22:54:50] <antmas> and I have HATED them for years
303: [22:55:15] <Ryan-Toast> Man, SS makes a shit load of tmp files
304: [22:55:30] <irogue_> CACHE ALL THE THINGS
305: [22:55:49] <Ryan-Toast> Our hosting account’s tmp was full.
306: [22:55:54] <Ryan-Toast> took our sites down
307: [22:56:02] <Ryan-Toast> #funmondays
308: [22:56:13] <spronk> antmas, except, when RATM reunite and play
309: [22:56:16] <spronk> they fucking pwn it so hard
310: [22:56:32] <antmas> spronk: yeah but they play the hits, I mean new songs
311: [22:56:39] <spronk> i guess os
312: [22:56:40] <spronk> so
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314: [22:56:54] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: yeah happened to us last week :O
315: [22:57:11] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: What did you do? Just get them to increase the tmp directory?
316: [22:57:12] <simon_w> Ryan-Toast, I marked that user voice thing as in progress
317: [22:57:26] <Ryan-Toast> simon_w: I saw that email on the weekend :P
318: [22:57:54] <Ryan-Toast> simon_w: But I was like “too-bad-I’m-snowboardginm"
319: [22:58:21] <irogue_> Ryan-Toast: implement silverstripe-cache folder
320: [22:58:47] <Ryan-Toast> irogue_: Is there documentation on doing that?
321: [22:59:33] <irogue_> idk, but you just create a silverstripe-cache folder in the same folder as cms/framework are in and make sure web user can write it
322: [22:59:52] <Stomach> that sorts out shared hosting conflicts 99% of the time too
323: [22:59:57] <irogue_> yep
324: [23:00:07] <irogue_> and load balancing issues
325: [23:00:50] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: we host it ourselves so we just gave the server more room
326: [23:01:18] <Ryan-Toast> irogue_: Is there a reason this isn’t in the framework by defaulkt?
327: [23:02:25] <simon_w> Ryan-Toast, because it usually only matters on shared hosts
328: [23:02:34] <Ryan-Toast> simon_w: Ah, coolio.
329: [23:02:43] <Ryan-Toast> So just make a folder and give it 755?
330: [23:02:49] <simon_w> And it's much easier to set /tmp as a ramdisk than every individual silverstripe-cache folder
331: [23:02:53] <irogue_> yeah
332: [23:03:05] <irogue_> it's kinda convention that temporary stuff goes in /tmp
333: [23:03:14] <irogue_> good to stick to conventions :P
334: [23:03:26] <Ryan-Toast> Sweet. Guessing I just run a dev/buiold and a flush and it should do it right away?
335: [23:03:37] <Stomach> yup
336: [23:03:47] <Ryan-Toast> Swish, cheers boys.
337: [23:03:51] <simon_w> Well, just access the site
338: [23:08:19] * srikanth has joined #silverstripe
339: [23:08:29] <srikanth> hi!
340: [23:09:11] <srikanth> Is there a SS module for checking coding conventions?
341: [23:09:25] <Ryan-Toast> srikanth: IDE’s can do that
342: [23:09:41] <Ryan-Toast> i.e: PHPStorm
343: [23:10:24] <srikanth> Ryan-Toast, yeah sure
344: [23:10:25] <irogue_> phpstorm silverstripe module is great for that
345: [23:10:43] <srikanth> but I am thinking more along the lines of pylint for Python
346: [23:11:29] <srikanth> I am using sublime as an editor
347: [23:13:07] <simon_w> srikanth, there's a couple of PHPCS files in the tests folder that Scrutinizer uses
348: [23:14:53] <Stomach> ^ you can use phpcsfixer to run with those phpcs files too :)
349: [23:15:22] <srikanth> simon_w, Stomach: thanks for the advice, will have a look
350: [23:15:34] <irogue_> and perhaps something like https://sublime.wbond.net/packages/SublimeLinter-phpcs to use them within Sublime
351: [23:16:22] <srikanth> irogue_, that looks awesome! Thanks
352: [23:18:28] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: created the folder on a random clients site,doesn’t seem to be anything in there
353: [23:19:51] <Stomach> ;(
354: [23:20:40] <Ryan-Toast> Sotmach|: Oh, seems like someone put on nin the root before me :P
355: [23:20:46] <Ryan-Toast> one in the root**
356: [23:21:06] <Stomach> :)
357: [23:24:20] <irogue_> what what in the root
358: [23:25:48] <Kingy> finding it hard to work today
359: [23:26:05] <Stomach> Kingy, welcome to my life
360: [23:26:13] <Kingy> so much to do as well
361: [23:26:39] <antmas> welcom to Monday
362: [23:26:51] <Kingy> :(
363: [23:27:04] <antmas> the coffee isn't even working today
364: [23:27:14] <antmas> no amount of caffiene can save me ;___;
365: [23:27:20] <Kingy> annoying thing is I rushed up here to be at a 9am meeting which then got postponed until midday
366: [23:27:28] <Kingy> sigh, there goes my nice 9:30-10 start
367: [23:27:45] <spronk> ugh
368: [23:28:07] <Kingy> still beats the train though
369: [23:28:17] <spronk> colin craig is annoyingly good in that debate
370: [23:29:18] <antmas> he is
371: [23:29:25] <antmas> spronk: you mean that nation one?
372: [23:29:30] <spronk> yeah..
373: [23:29:36] <spronk> he's likeably calm
374: [23:29:50] <antmas> that toad should stop saying 'EXCUSE ME, EXCUSE ME, EXCUSE ME'
375: [23:29:50] <spronk> despite being a lizard overlord.
376: [23:29:54] <antmas> like a child :O
377: [23:29:55] <spronk> haha
378: [23:30:01] <spronk> yeahh
379: [23:30:17] <spronk> these debates are quite annoying realyl
380: [23:30:29] * Colin[pi] has joined #silverstripe
381: [23:30:30] <spronk> because everyone plays the politics card and tries to twist what the other says
382: [23:30:45] <spronk> which is pretty much what happens in parliament
383: [23:30:48] <antmas> yeah and no one ever learns to let the other speak
384: [23:30:52] <spronk> which is probably why nothing real ever happens
385: [23:30:55] <Colin[pi]> morning all
386: [23:31:01] <antmas> Colin[pi]: YOYOYOYOYOYO
387: [23:31:12] <Colin[pi]> HAI2U ANTMAS
388: [23:31:12] <spronk> WHAT UP Colin[pi]
389: [23:31:21] <Colin[pi]> hey spronky
390: [23:32:12] <antmas> the fuck is a chrome-type?
391: [23:33:04] <Stomach> why the fuck cant you disable chrome autofill
392: [23:33:06] <Stomach> fucking chrome
393: [23:33:07] <Stomach> fuck.
394: [23:33:09] <Stomach> FUCK
395: [23:33:52] <spronk> it saddens me that chrome is so popular now
396: [23:34:33] * micmania1 quit (Quit: micmania1)
397: [23:35:02] <Colin[pi]> spronk: me too
398: [23:35:09] <Colin[pi]> it's font rendering is appalling
399: [23:35:50] <Stomach> we have a client at the moment whos complaining "the orange fill doesn't do the whole word" and explaining to them and account managers and my bosses that its a rendering issue in the browser is becoming tiresome
400: [23:36:02] <spronk> bleh
401: [23:36:23] <antmas> yeah chrome has always given me grief
402: [23:36:34] <antmas> almost moreso than IE
403: [23:36:39] <antmas> *almost*
404: [23:38:46] <Colin[pi]> I still <3 firefox, if only they could fix their memory and sluggishness probs
405: [23:38:54] <spronk> ugh
406: [23:38:55] <spronk> yeah
407: [23:39:13] <antmas> yeah I like ff still but dat memory
408: [23:39:14] <Ryan-Toast> Only issue I’ve ever had on chrome is the font anti aliasing
409: [23:39:45] <antmas> I go FF>IE(11+)>Safari>Chrome
410: [23:39:57] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: wai
411: [23:40:18] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: yeah I find it ironic that Open Sans is a google font, looks great in firefox yet TERRIBLE in chrome
412: [23:40:31] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: I rate it in terms of issues I come across and usability
413: [23:40:51] <Colin[pi]> antmas: I also still <3 firebug
414: [23:41:01] <Colin[pi]> still my favourite inspector thingy
415: [23:41:06] <antmas> Colin[pi]: yeah same
416: [23:41:19] <antmas> everything else I use Fiddlr (excellent name)
417: [23:41:20] <Colin[pi]> chrome's one is... ok.. but not quite the same
418: [23:41:22] <Colin[pi]> IE's is LOL
419: [23:41:38] <antmas> IE's is ok, just slow and janky as fuck
420: [23:41:59] <Ryan-Toast> Chromes font issues are fixed in version 37, which isn;t far away from stable release
421: [23:42:30] <antmas> yey
422: [23:42:30] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: finally
423: [23:42:45] <Ryan-Toast> Should be released this month hopefully.
424: [23:42:49] <antmas> the only thing I liked in Chrome was the experiments thing people were doing
425: [23:42:59] <Ryan-Toast> I like chrome.
426: [23:43:04] <antmas> and it played nice with websockets and node when they were still new
427: [23:43:18] <Colin[pi]> I like chrome for speed (typically) but rendering is crap
428: [23:43:25] <Colin[pi]> where as I find firefox to be the opposite
429: [23:44:04] <Ryan-Toast> Guess I’ve been making CSS for so long now that Idon’t really have issues with browsers that aren’t IE8 with it’s weird inheritance issues
430: [23:45:11] <antmas> yeah well CSS is fine when it comes to browsers if you know what you're doing
431: [23:45:16] <antmas> but there are other issues as well
432: [23:45:52] * antmas states the obvious
433: [23:46:17] <Ryan-Toast> How’s that BP site going
434: [23:46:36] <Ryan-Toast> I don’t see any bug requests, so I’ll just assume everything’s amazing
435: [23:46:56] <antmas> good :D I don't officially start until thursday so I've only got the install on there
436: [23:47:25] <Ryan-Toast> Coolio
437: [23:47:43] <antmas> it's only going to be basic, apart from the SilentOne integration but that shouldn't affect anything frontend
438: [23:47:50] * antmas *crosses fingers*
439: [23:49:41] <antmas> I should probably get grunt running as well
440: [23:50:09] <Colin[pi]> boy this fired client is being so polite to me now, fancy that
441: [23:50:26] <antmas> Colin[pi]: lol so you actually fired them in the end?
442: [23:50:30] <Colin[pi]> antmas: sure did!
443: [23:51:09] <antmas> Colin[pi]: how did they take it?
444: [23:51:15] <Colin[pi]> antmas: when someone threatens me with legal action because I won't give them ftp access, that crosses a line
445: [23:51:41] <Colin[pi]> antmas: I think they were a bit shocked :D
446: [23:51:46] <antmas> :P
447: [23:53:15] <antmas> Colin[pi]: so you still need to converse with them then?
448: [23:53:30] * howardgrigg has joined #silverstripe
449: [23:53:31] <Colin[pi]> antmas: in the process of sorting out loose ends
450: [23:53:55] <Colin[pi]> antmas: i.e. I still have their Linode in my account, so will transfer that when they're ready
451: [23:54:07] * travis-ci has joined #silverstripe
452: [23:54:08] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] tractorcow/sapphire#9 (pulls/3.1/fix-leftandmain-response - f492403 : Damian Mooyman): The build failed.
453: [23:54:08] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/tractorcow/sapphire/commit/f49240338899
454: [23:54:08] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/tractorcow/sapphire/builds/32184650
455: [23:54:08] * travis-ci has left #silverstripe
456: [23:54:19] <Colin[pi]> he asked again the other day if I was going to do any further work.. I'm like "yeah nah."
457: [23:54:58] <spronk> lol
458: [23:54:59] <spronk> nice
459: [23:55:00] <antmas> Colin[pi]: lol must feel good
460: [23:55:05] * spronk high fives Colin[pi] for being a good bastard
461: [23:55:15] <Colin[pi]> guy has been causing me grief for almost a year
462: [23:55:57] <Colin[pi]> he apologised to me, so he must realise what he's like lol
463: [23:56:32] * antmas o/ 's Colin[pi]
464: [23:56:39] <Colin[pi]> \o
465: [23:56:39] <simon_w> Colin[pi], I know someone who can go all lawyer-y on his arse!
466: [23:56:50] <Colin[pi]> simon_w: ?
467: [23:57:39] <simon_w> Colin[pi], you know, legal mumble jumbo and that sort of thing
468: [23:57:52] * howardgrigg quit (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
469: [23:58:07] <Colin[pi]> simon_w: personally I just want to move on and never have anything to do with the guy again
470: [23:58:09] <simon_w> Apparently most of Legal Aid's good for that
471: [23:59:27] <simon_w> Colin[pi], so, you're after a hit man? ;)
472: [23:59:34] <Colin[pi]> simon_w: :P

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