#silverstripe IRC Log

IRC log for 19 August 2014

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2: [00:00:41] <Ryan-Toast> Gridfield keeps throwing an error saying the column needs to be an int, when it is an int ><
3: [00:04:04] <simon_w|work> WHAT DOES THE PROBE SAY
4: [00:05:05] <antmas> SaaS
5: [00:05:25] <antmas> spronk: you mean software as a service yeah?
6: [00:06:25] <spronk> yeah
7: [00:09:40] <antmas> spronk: wouldn't mind read that too if you find it
8: [00:09:57] <spronk> D:
9: [00:10:14] <spronk> tbh it wasnt actually that good, or in depth
10: [00:10:19] <spronk> but i need to send it to the boss :P
11: [00:10:20] <antmas> ah
12: [00:10:22] <antmas> :P
13: [00:10:58] <spronk> hmm
14: [00:11:01] <spronk> maybe smashing mag..
15: [00:20:17] <antmas> awwww yiss perfomance appraisal itesm 90% for the year :D
16: [00:20:23] <antmas> items*
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18: [00:25:11] <Kingy> spronk I think I vaguely saw that, I'll have a look
19: [00:29:58] <ss23> antmas: lol
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24: [00:38:30] <spronk> OMFG SELF
25: [00:38:31] <spronk> STOP FUCKING SNEEZING
26: [00:39:15] <ss23> I LOVE SNEEZING
27: [00:39:17] <ss23> LET ME LET ME
28: [00:39:17] <ss23> :D
29: [00:39:35] <spronk> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72RqpItxd8M
30: [00:39:39] <spronk> FUCK YEAH
31: [00:39:48] <simon_w|work> Bah, bloody DateTime. There's a format(), which matches date(), but nothing that matches strftime()
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33: [00:41:48] <ss23> what even the fuck, spronk?
34: [00:43:01] <Colin[pi]> the looks like the movie version of Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon
35: [00:43:30] <Ryan-Toast> spronk: I can’t fucking wait.
36: [00:46:09] <spronk> cinematic genius, ss23
37: [00:46:28] <spronk> with AWESOME RETRO ELECTRONIC LASER MUSIC
38: [00:47:00] <spronk> i believe they call it
39: [00:47:03] <spronk> New retro wave
40: [00:59:17] <spronk> http://thecivilianparty.org.nz/introducing-golden-mayan-sweet-pineapple-product-of-the-philippines/
41: [00:59:18] <spronk> HAHAHAHA
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46: [01:16:09] <zippy> elo
47: [01:19:07] <spronk> ZIUPPEH
48: [01:19:47] <zippy> hi
49: [01:23:15] <zippy> sure is quiet
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51: [01:26:38] <spronk> yeah
52: [01:26:41] <spronk> suspiciously so for a tuesday
53: [01:26:49] <spronk> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFt-dHLRzno&index=6&list=RDeGOFK0onCZI
54: [01:26:51] <spronk> awesome playlist of awesome
55: [01:27:53] <zippy> that track reminds me of the game Test Drive
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57: [01:29:28] <spronk> yheah
58: [01:29:31] <spronk> its a whole playlist of like
59: [01:29:34] <spronk> awesome retro electronica
60: [01:29:37] <zippy> oh yea - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uw_dUoakQmY
61: [01:32:31] * mirrors has joined #silverstripe
62: [01:33:06] <spronk> fuck yeahhh
63: [01:33:16] <spronk> i used to play that game all the time on my c64
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65: [01:35:09] <mirrors> Does anyone have any experience setting up advanced workflows...i have tried using the documentation but for the life of me cannot get it working correctly. My main question is when you create a Workflow Definition, you need to restrict that to some user or group. I have restricted it to an authors group, however there is no difference if I initate the workflow with a member in the authors group or if I initate the workflow an
66: [01:37:03] <mirrors> i am not sure if its me and I cannot set it up correctly but the old cmsworkflow module was a billion times better. Has anybody upgraded it ?
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71: [01:54:21] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] silverstripe/silverstripe-framework#3153 (3.1 - ef272be : Sean Harvey): The build passed.
72: [01:54:21] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/a838e9bae6a1...ef272be0dbf2
73: [01:54:21] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/builds/32918018
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75: [01:56:12] <willr> mirrors read the docs?
76: [01:56:47] <spronk> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1ZtBCpo0eU
77: [02:02:19] <mirrors> willr: I have read the docs. Still cant get anything working
78: [02:03:44] <simon_w|work> mirrors, so abuse ss23? ;)
79: [02:04:33] <ss23> :(
80: [02:04:40] <ss23> I think spronk was the new docs guy?
81: [02:05:09] <spronk> waaaa
82: [02:05:21] <spronk> i never consented!
83: [02:05:25] <spronk> i was doc raped!
84: [02:05:26] <ss23> :3
85: [02:05:30] <ss23> WE DIDN'T ASK FOR IT! :D
86: [02:05:30] <simon_w|work> spronk, don't worry, ss23is just projecting
87: [02:05:35] <ss23> pls
88: [02:05:36] <ss23> :(
89: [02:05:39] <ss23> I didn't consent either!
90: [02:05:52] <simon_w|work> Maybe you should've read your contract then!
91: [02:05:57] <ss23> I DID
92: [02:05:57] <spronk> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4yIxUOWrtw
93: [02:05:58] <ss23> N00B
94: [02:07:23] <simon_w|work> ||assets-cdn.github.com/images/octocats/* is one of the best custom adblock filters I've added
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96: [02:09:33] <irogue_> don't be silly, spronk is the subsites guy
97: [02:09:53] <irogue_> he can't be docs guy too!
98: [02:09:54] <Stomach> spronk I have a subsite and I want to make it a supersite how do I do that
99: [02:10:01] <spronk> you cut your own head off
100: [02:10:02] <Kingy> irogue_: you're down next week yeah?
101: [02:10:26] <irogue_> Kingy: yup
102: [02:10:46] <Stomach> spronk should i use a hacksaw, a chainsaw or a Warsaw?
103: [02:11:00] <simon_w|work> Stomach, a herring
104: [02:11:11] <Stomach> a red one?
105: [02:11:20] <spronk> yeah
106: [02:11:38] <Stomach> ideal, thanks for your help
107: [02:11:45] <Stomach> silverstripe irc so helpful/
108: [02:11:50] <spronk> all g bro
109: [02:19:32] <willr> So helpful. simon_w|work hopefully cam would see that
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112: [02:27:35] <mirrors> ok so I finally have it working a little bit.....can anybody answer this: Once a page has a workflow definition applied to it, it seems like the only way to publish that page is to go through the whole workflow process e.g author > editor > publisher. But what if the publisher logs in. Can I make it so the publisher can simply create the page and publish it
113: [02:28:27] <antmas> mirrors: yeah, that should be fine
114: [02:28:50] <antmas> we have it so editors can create and publish, bypassing the workflow
115: [02:28:59] <antmas> contributors don't have that option etc
116: [02:29:34] <mirrors> when i log in as the publisher they only see "Save" and "Send to Editor"
117: [02:29:41] <mirrors> how did you set that up?
118: [02:30:06] <antmas> mirrors: I'll have a looksee
119: [02:30:19] <mirrors> thanks so much
120: [02:32:10] <antmas> mirrors: what ss version are you using?
121: [02:32:27] <mirrors> 3.1.5
122: [02:32:42] <antmas> mirrors: Advanced Workflow module?
123: [02:33:24] <mirrors> 2.1.0
124: [02:33:52] <antmas> mirrors: I think it actually just depends on your groups and permissions
125: [02:33:58] <antmas> I'll just check ours
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127: [02:35:52] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] silverstripe/silverstripe-framework#3154 (3.1 - 8bd867e : Sean Harvey): The build passed.
128: [02:35:52] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/ef272be0dbf2...8bd867ef4e38
129: [02:35:52] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/builds/32920136
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133: [02:42:48] <mirrors> nooooo antmas has gone. Does anybody else know how to set it up so a publisher group for example and skip the inital steps of a workflow (it doesnt make senese that a publisher would need to send for editiing and then send to themselves for publishing)
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135: [02:46:02] <antmas> mirrors: sorry, had to restart
136: [02:46:14] <antmas> mirrors: your editors/publishers group
137: [02:46:32] <antmas> mirrors: does it have a permission for something like WORKFLOW_ADMIN?
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139: [02:47:47] <mirrors> antmas: no..i can select 5 permission in the security group i.e Apply workflow, Create workflow, Delete workflow, Reassign active workflows, View active workflows
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141: [02:48:30] <antmas> mirrors: this is in site security
142: [02:51:06] <mirrors> antmas: Where? i am looking at the changable permissions in Security > Groups > Publishers
143: [02:52:02] <antmas> mirrors: yeah in there
144: [02:52:24] <mirrors> then there is only the 5 options that I mentioned before
145: [02:52:38] <antmas> mirrors: ok, let me look further
146: [02:52:49] <antmas> bearing in mind I have an older version that you
147: [02:52:52] <antmas> than*
148: [02:53:36] <mirrors> ok thanks...hopefully its not too different
149: [02:55:21] <mirrors> i.e looks like this https://github.com/silverstripe-australia/advancedworkflow#workflow-permissions
150: [02:56:18] <antmas> mirrors: I'll have to look where my permission for workflow_admin is being set
151: [02:56:27] <antmas> mirrors: off to a meeting for now :(
152: [02:57:36] <mirrors> ok thanks...speak to you later on
153: [02:58:15] <antmas> in your permissions page, what other options fo you have outside of the workflow ones?
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155: [03:03:45] <mirrors> antmas: http://pbrd.co/1BvPlQo
156: [03:04:05] * simon_w|work is disappointed no one seemed to get his Monty Python reference
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158: [03:09:16] * Colin[pi] pats simon_w|work on the shoulder and says "there there"\
159: [03:09:25] * simon_w|work SHUNS YOU ALL
160: [03:11:10] * UncleCheese has joined #silverstripe
161: [03:12:46] <simon_w|work> And because he left before my shunning, I curse UncleCheese with having to solely use Smarty for templating going forward!
162: [03:12:56] <simon_w|work> Now I just need to find me a gypsy...
163: [03:13:32] <UncleCheese> oooh.. what did i miss?
164: [03:13:58] <simon_w|work> Shunning :p
165: [03:14:09] <UncleCheese> oh, then i literally missed nothing
166: [03:14:38] <simon_w|work> No, you literally missed being shunned\
167: [03:15:05] <Colin[pi]> I wouldn't sweat it UncleCheese
168: [03:15:06] <Colin[pi]> :D
169: [03:15:28] <UncleCheese> the existential argument about whether nothing is something
170: [03:16:21] <Kingy> damn this day is going slow
171: [03:17:52] <zippy> UncleCheese: welcome back
172: [03:17:54] <simon_w|work> Ooh, "listchars=tabs:\|\ " works rather well
173: [03:18:02] <UncleCheese> thanks, zippuy
174: [03:18:50] <zippy> good trip?
175: [03:19:02] <UncleCheese> yeah, man
176: [03:19:29] <UncleCheese> well, there was one bad day.. got down to 25 degrees
177: [03:20:37] <zippy> jesus.... so you had to consider putting two layers on?
178: [03:20:54] <UncleCheese> haha
179: [03:21:34] <zippy> UncleCheese: ss23 done all the work some coming back to an empty desk?
180: [03:21:42] <simon_w|work> RUN KEVIN RUN
181: [03:33:56] <ss23> WAT
182: [03:33:57] <ss23> ;_;
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192: [04:16:06] <zippy> balls
193: [04:23:25] <spronk> wait
194: [04:23:25] <spronk> smarty?
195: [04:23:26] <spronk> what?
196: [04:24:07] <ss23> lol
197: [04:25:13] <Colin[pi]> o_O
198: [04:26:00] <simon_w|work> You know Linux is a great desktop OS when some of the keyboard shortcuts only work with the left modifier button
199: [04:28:37] <Phlunk3> not sure you can blame the entire linux project for that one :/
200: [04:29:18] <simon_w|work> If I was doing that I would've left out "desktop" :p
201: [04:29:33] <Phlunk3> yeah was also going to make some jive about why you're using a desktop :P
202: [04:29:58] <simon_w|work> Cause it's that or Windows :p
203: [04:30:05] <simon_w|work> Vim works better in one of those
204: [04:30:32] <ss23> Windows best desktop <3
205: [04:31:00] <Colin[pi]> ^
206: [04:31:22] <Colin[pi]> ss23: I still can't help but feel like a total n00b everytime I use OS X
207: [04:31:34] <simon_w|work> Yup, Windows 8 is a great desktop OS
208: [04:31:35] <ss23> I feel like it was written by arrogant cunts
209: [04:31:36] <Colin[pi]> that's what 20 years of windows will do :(
210: [04:31:39] <ss23> simon_w|work: HATER
211: [04:31:54] <Phlunk3> had a job interview a few years ago and they provided a macbook (or something?) for me to work with... a few option+x quits instead of copies and I swore off ever trying again.
212: [04:32:02] <ss23> XD
213: [04:32:26] <ss23> I've used OSX for maybe like 2 years of time in totla now, but I still dislike it greatly
214: [04:32:39] <spronk> rly?
215: [04:32:46] <simon_w|work> It's because he can't click
216: [04:33:48] <apuckey> hey there. is there a reason why i see multiple checks to see if an asset exists. ie in UploadField: if ($file->exists() && file_exists(Director::baseFolder() . '/' . $file->getFilename()))
217: [04:33:49] <spronk> heh
218: [04:33:54] <spronk> windows8 is meh
219: [04:34:03] <Stomach> cant click?
220: [04:34:06] <apuckey> and not just rely on File->exists()
221: [04:34:15] <Colin[pi]> spronk: I wish MS would abandon their "good enough" policy
222: [04:34:26] <Colin[pi]> spronk: everything is just "good enough", no polish
223: [04:34:34] <Stomach> apuckey - $file->exists is checking the database file is there
224: [04:34:42] <Stomach> then the other one checks the physical file
225: [04:34:53] <simon_w|work> apuckey, File->exists() doesn't check if it exists on the filesystem
226: [04:35:23] <apuckey> ok. its jsut taht i modified the cloudassets-s3 to work without files being on the filesystem
227: [04:35:25] <simon_w|work> And Image->exists() is even worse
228: [04:35:27] <spronk> Colin[pi], yeah
229: [04:35:29] <apuckey> and these checks are proving problematic for me :)
230: [04:35:38] <spronk> windows 8 is a confusing fucking mess, really
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232: [04:35:54] <Colin[pi]> spronk: it feels a bit schizophrenic to use
233: [04:36:05] <spronk> mm
234: [04:36:13] <simon_w|work> Now then, to be fair, Vista was crap too
235: [04:36:21] <Colin[pi]> vista was crap yes
236: [04:36:26] <apuckey> anyway i just commented it out and made exists check for existence
237: [04:36:35] <apuckey> works quite well
238: [04:36:36] <simon_w|work> Should've stuck with Longhorn
239: [04:37:02] <apuckey> i dont mind windows 8. i jsut never use their shitty interface
240: [04:37:24] <apuckey> i just press windows key and start typing for the thing i want to run :)
241: [04:37:38] <Phlunk3> yeah I quite like windows 8 actually, I just treat it like windows 7 with a more accessible global search.
242: [04:37:53] <apuckey> ^
243: [04:38:43] <Phlunk3> that said, for work I don't really care what I use as long as I have a tabbed terminal system so I can have vim open everywhere and I am fine.
244: [04:39:39] <Colin[pi]> what could happen if MS stopped doing "good enough": http://www.theverge.com/2012/2/24/2822891/windows-desktop-ui-concept
245: [04:39:55] <Colin[pi]> heck even this one is not too bad: http://eiskis.net/windows9/
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247: [04:45:50] <apuckey> not having assets on local disk makes scaling heaps easier :)
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249: [04:47:31] <simon_w|work> So does not having assets :p
250: [04:47:36] <apuckey> lol
251: [04:47:43] <apuckey> that would work to
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255: [04:58:36] <spronk> http://www.sadanduseless.com/2012/08/nicolas-cage-as-everyone/
256: [04:58:58] <spronk> eh windows issue is all about consistency across interface and usability
257: [04:59:01] <spronk> not so much their visuals
258: [04:59:27] <spronk> also, you can do the "winkey then type thing" in win7
259: [05:00:13] <spronk> i want someone to implement a supreme commander-esque desktop
260: [05:00:15] <spronk> like
261: [05:00:21] <spronk> can zoom way out
262: [05:03:15] <Colin[pi]> facepalm.. this story could not be more australian: https://newmatilda.com/2014/08/19/outraged-coffee-shop-owners-racism-aussies-respond-well-racism
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264: [05:09:06] <spronk> lawl
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266: [05:11:58] <Colin[pi]> "how dare you deny that black man a job, go back to China you chinese cunt"
267: [05:12:01] <Colin[pi]> *sigh*
268: [05:13:01] <Colin[pi]> also: http://www.reddit.com/r/australia/comments/2duacj/nzs_broadband_rollout_zooming_past_australia/
269: [05:13:15] <irogue_> "Firecomms, Whangarei Fire. We've just had a person hit by a car in front of our station. Brigade responding with medical kit. K11 ambulance."
270: [05:13:17] <Colin[pi]> http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL1408/S00058/nz-broadband-zooming-past-australia.htm
271: [05:13:20] <irogue_> of all the places to get hit by a car, probably one of the better ones...
272: [05:13:22] <Colin[pi]> gg Australia
273: [05:13:36] <Colin[pi]> irogue_: heh that's fortunate at least
274: [05:16:23] <simon_w|work> Kinda like the cyclist who got hit outside Wellington's AnE
275: [05:17:56] <Olliepop> haha. similarly my uncle had a heart attack outside an ambulance station
276: [05:18:10] <Olliepop> still took 5 minutes for someone to notice him
277: [05:18:33] <irogue_> Olliepop: most of the time ambulance stations are unmanned
278: [05:20:14] <irogue_> simon_w|work: yeah outside hospitals and A&Es is usually a good place
279: [05:20:30] <irogue_> usually plenty of nurses wandering around outside smoking
280: [05:21:14] <simon_w|work> irogue_, he walked himself in (was rather low speed. Hit a car pulling out of the car park), but still amusing
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282: [05:23:54] <irogue_> ah yep
283: [05:24:26] <simon_w|work> Would've been even more hilarious if he hit an ambulance
284: [05:25:19] <irogue_> I've discovered recently that the 'industrial' fire engines are included in the dispatch system and on the same radio channels
285: [05:25:36] <irogue_> e.g. Auckland Airport's fire service, RNZAF Whenuapai's fire service
286: [05:26:54] <irogue_> and they get dispatched to 111 calls by Firecomms, and have to let Firecomms know when they're doing "internal" jobs and therefore not available
287: [05:29:07] <simon_w|work> Or if they don't want to go to that part of town
288: [05:29:37] <irogue_> lol
289: [05:30:58] <irogue_> I hate to think how it works from a financial perspective. Presumably the company they're employed by bills NZFS for their time
290: [05:31:35] <Colin[pi]> lol: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/breaking-bads-crystal-ship-appears-on-drugbust-scene-in-hume-20140818-105cle.html
291: [05:33:03] <irogue_> [17:13] <Colin[pi]> also: http://www.reddit.com/r/australia/comments/2duacj/nzs_broadband_rollout_zooming_past_australia/
292: [05:33:06] <irogue_> so, when you moving? :P
293: [05:36:15] <Colin[pi]> irogue_: so tempting ;P
294: [05:36:37] <simon_w|work> Yeah Colin[pi], when you moving? http://www.speedtest.net/result/3698543495.png :p
295: [05:36:49] <simon_w|work> (Is so slooow!)
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298: [05:38:26] <irogue_> https://twitter.com/CateOwen/status/501603590784290816/photo/1
299: [05:38:42] <ss23> ewwwww
300: [05:43:27] <simon_w|work> Ooh, 700 MB for cachegrind this time
301: [05:48:31] <irogue_> weee, truck rolled on the motorway
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303: [05:49:57] * simon_w|work denies all responsibility!
304: [05:51:05] <ss23> XD
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306: [05:53:07] * simon_w|work may also slowly be turning down the aircon...
307: [05:55:14] <simon_w|work> Oh uh, looks like the muslims don't like Team Australia
308: [05:56:05] <spronk> ?
309: [05:56:18] <simon_w|work> http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-08-19/islamic-council-of-victoria-boycotts-meeting-with-pm/5680466
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313: [06:09:05] <irogue_> Unitec's on fire!
314: [06:11:24] <simon_w|work> Eh :p
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317: [06:13:59] <caamic30> Hello SS
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319: [06:15:35] <willr> caamic30 hello
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322: [06:18:59] <caamic30> I can still remember, willr answered my very first SilverStripe technical enquiry back in 2010
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324: [06:25:11] * simon_w|work may have just found a 25% speed boost in this code base
325: [06:27:33] <irogue_> simon_w|work: woop woop
326: [06:28:15] <simon_w|work> Now to run the tests and see if I broke anything...
327: [06:28:22] <irogue_> caamic30: willr lent me a laptop at my first SS hackfest quite a few years back
328: [06:28:25] <irogue_> now I work there!
329: [06:28:51] <simon_w|work> And he doesn't!
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331: [06:40:35] <caamic30> irogue_: you work now at DNA ?
332: [06:41:49] <irogue_> caamic30: no, SilverStripe
333: [06:43:25] <caamic30> irogue_: great , do you know Stig ? I don’t see him online here
334: [06:44:39] <irogue_> caamic30: yes, he pops in here occasionally
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336: [06:50:10] <simon_w|work> PLEASE DON'T STOP THE MUSIC
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340: [07:19:08] <openbees> Hello, Awesome People!
341: [07:20:10] <openbees> Is it possible to convert Grid Field Search into multiselect dropdown ?
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350: [07:55:09] <willr> Anyone had experience with gridfield on the frontend (https://github.com/webbuilders-group/silverstripe-frontendgridfield/) Worth trying?
351: [07:55:37] <willr> doesn’t seem to have a lot of activity so that tends to worry me about things
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357: [08:05:36] <Pyphpunitwtfk> willr: I just use normal gridfield on the frontend.
358: [08:05:56] <Pyphpunitwtfk> willr: that module basically amounts to setTemplate calls in the constructor.
359: [08:06:27] <willr> Doesn’t support adding / removing does it?
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361: [08:12:23] <Pyphpunitwtfk> willr: I dunno.
362: [08:12:34] <Pyphpunitwtfk> should, it's just routes.
363: [08:12:51] <Pyphpunitwtfk> (& allowed_actions). but I do remember having issues when I tried it back in 3.0
364: [08:16:49] <willr> Will give it a go and see how far I get
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366: [08:23:53] <guci0> Hello World!
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368: [08:29:43] <zippy> simon_w|work: 2ms ping... that speed test located in the same building??
369: [08:29:49] <firefox2kx> what would silverstripe prevent from loading another theme when it is set in settings?
370: [08:30:03] <zippy> firefox2kx: flushed?
371: [08:30:10] <zippy> when you say not loading, what do you mean?
372: [08:30:11] <irogue_> zippy: 2ms latency is pretty normal
373: [08:31:13] <zippy> from where to where?
374: [08:31:20] <firefox2kx> the standard theme loads instead of the new begun theme
375: [08:32:08] <zippy> irogue_: must be like 2-3 hops
376: [08:33:02] <irogue_> zippy: within NZ, at least, you're pretty rarely more than 4 hops from a speedtest server. even if your ISP doesn't have one its just one extra hop through APE
377: [08:33:15] <irogue_> unless you're on spark or vodafone of course but that's a whole different story
378: [08:33:27] <zippy> irogue: show me
379: [08:33:53] <zippy> I hit one in chch, 12ms. I hit one in wellington, 19ms
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381: [08:34:54] <irogue_> well i'm on a fucky ADSL at the moment (dodgy wiring in the house), so I get a disappointing 5ms to WxC (not my ISP) speedtest server in auckland
382: [08:35:14] <irogue_> back in Hamilton though I was 2ms to the closest speedtest server (also not my ISP)
383: [08:35:16] <zippy> mmm
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385: [08:35:27] <zippy> snap ufb, and get 12ms to snap in chch
386: [08:35:37] <irogue_> zippy: that was snap ufb in hamilton
387: [08:35:41] <irogue_> this is snap adsl in auckland
388: [08:36:06] <zippy> must be dodgy south island wiring
389: [08:36:11] <irogue_> possibly the chch ufb network a bit shitty?
390: [08:36:40] <zippy> perhaps
391: [08:37:06] <irogue_> i'll try it to snap in chch
392: [08:38:01] <zippy> 1.4ms is the best ping to my router, maybe wifi doesn't help. 5 hops to snap.net.nz (first is my router) and best I can get is 9.7ms
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395: [08:39:13] <irogue_> 19ms for me to snap's chch speedtest server. going between auckland and chch has a decent amount of latency, of course
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401: [08:51:35] <Frans_Amsterdam> Hello All, maybe there is a very obvious answer but I cannot get my SS error-log to work. I use the _config.php soltion with a path that directs to assets/logs/
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406: [09:02:35] <Guits> after upgrade to 3.1 i get Filesize is too large, maximum 2 MB allowed.. how do i set this globally?
407: [09:03:41] <Guits> (i have a pdf in a uploadfield that is 5Mb)
408: [09:05:52] <kinglozzer> https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/silverstripe-committers << has that group always been public? Never seen it before
409: [09:07:35] <kinglozzer> Guits: IIRC by default it's pulled from upload_max_filesize / post_max_size in your php.ini
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411: [09:08:28] <kinglozzer> Guits: You can set it with $uploadField->getValidator()->setAllowedMaxFileSize($fileSizeInBytes);
412: [09:08:36] <ocmnt> howdy
413: [09:08:39] <kinglozzer> Or there's a config way I can never remember
414: [09:08:44] <kinglozzer> Hey ocmnt
415: [09:11:57] <Guits> I tried
416: [09:11:59] <Guits> Upload_Validator:
417: [09:12:00] <Guits> defaultMaxFileSize:
418: [09:12:00] <Guits> '[pdf]': '20000m'
419: [09:12:23] <Guits> in config.yml
420: [09:12:30] <Guits> but still no :(
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423: [09:13:47] <kinglozzer> Guits: Hmm, I can't see any mention of the Config api in Upload_Validator so maybe you can't set it like that :/
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428: [09:35:59] <Colin[pi]> client modified a template: if (<? echo $Total ?>) { var google_conversion_value = <? echo $Total ?>; var google_conversion_currency = "AUD"; }
429: [09:36:09] <Colin[pi]> I don't know about you but I've spotted several issues :)
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431: [09:37:07] <irogue_> what the fuck
432: [09:37:18] <Colin[pi]> ya
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435: [09:45:26] <firefox2kx> I can do what I want. My theme does not load.
436: [09:46:26] <openbees> firefox2kx : did you flush ?
437: [09:46:48] <firefox2kx> I flushed numerous times
438: [09:47:15] <kinglozzer> firefox2kx: Have you set it to be the active theme in the "Settings" area of the CMS?
439: [09:47:16] <firefox2kx> and I set up rights
440: [09:48:13] <firefox2kx> and I set it in "Settings"
441: [09:49:01] <firefox2kx> still falling back to standardtheme
442: [09:49:30] <firefox2kx> "simple" theme does load
443: [09:50:50] <Pyphpunitwtfk> Dear customer; stop being stupid. Sincerely, Pyro.
444: [09:51:13] * Pyphpunitwtfk is now known as Pysupportk
445: [09:51:18] <irogue_> Pysupportk: thats a big ask
446: [09:51:21] <irogue_> CLIENTS GONNA CLIENT
447: [09:51:22] <Pysupportk> irogue_: it is.
448: [09:51:31] <Pysupportk> irogue_: users gonna user.
449: [09:51:59] <Pysupportk> irogue_: Have 2 parties involved. One responsible for ordering in things, other responsible for processing orders (customer facing).
450: [09:52:28] <Pysupportk> Upstream supplies sends price change notification through to ordering in folk.
451: [09:52:56] <Pysupportk> customer order comes in, gets sent to process (actually order in). That team sends it back saying the price is wrong - DOESN'T THINK TO SAY WHY.
452: [09:53:05] <Pysupportk> I get support ticket "PRICES WRONG IN SYSTEM"
453: [09:53:22] <simon_w> I don't have to deal with clients with my new job :D
454: [09:53:26] <Pysupportk> No, actually, they're not. They've not updated yet, ordering team system says same shit.
455: [09:53:39] <Pysupportk> they just KNOW the price has changed
456: [09:53:57] <Pysupportk> simon_w: I don't have to deal with clients either.
457: [09:54:04] <Pysupportk> But I do have users.
458: [09:54:07] <Pysupportk> It's almost worse :(
459: [09:54:08] <simon_w> Oh crap, this site still has a jsparty folder
460: [09:54:09] <openbees> simon_w Lucky u !
461: [09:54:13] <Pysupportk> Almost.
462: [09:54:18] <Pysupportk> simon_w: :0
463: [09:54:32] <Pysupportk> Ain't no party like an jsparty.
464: [09:54:52] <Pysupportk> yes that's right, an js. The troll is strong with this one.
465: [09:54:58] <simon_w> It's been moved to PHP 5.4
466: [09:55:01] <irogue_> JS Club 7?
467: [09:55:09] <Pysupportk> xD yes irogue_
468: [09:55:11] <simon_w> Hmm, I wonder if I can just do a straight upgrade...
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470: [09:55:36] <firefox2kx> no one else a clue what else could ss make falling back to standardtheme, right?
471: [09:55:37] <Pysupportk> simon_w: ha, you'll be lucky (but hopefully!)
472: [09:55:47] <Pysupportk> simon_w: is it actually still 2.3 though?
473: [09:55:59] <Pysupportk> like, has the system been upgraded but the jsparty still lingers?
474: [09:56:17] <Pysupportk> Didn't think 2.3 would run on 5.4
475: [09:56:32] <simon_w> It doesn't
476: [09:56:35] <simon_w> That's the problem
477: [09:56:41] <Pysupportk> oh, is that the poin... yet
478: [09:56:44] <Pysupportk> yeh*
479: [09:56:46] <Pysupportk> :>
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482: [09:59:09] <irogue_> http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11311323
483: [09:59:12] <irogue_> OW OW OW OW OW
484: [09:59:19] <Pysupportk> burn?
485: [09:59:31] <Pysupportk> oh, ... wow... wtf.
486: [10:00:45] <Pysupportk> Patient is in serious condition - NO SHIT
487: [10:01:03] <Pysupportk> firefox2kx: standardtheme?
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489: [10:03:32] <Pysupportk> Guits: no []
490: [10:03:42] <zippy> is it possible to set the default url for the securit ylgin?
491: [10:03:50] <Pysupportk> just pdf: 200000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
492: [10:05:47] <Pysupportk> zippy: hmm, mebbe.
493: [10:05:51] <Pysupportk> change Security route.
494: [10:05:59] <Pysupportk> or add one.
495: [10:07:10] <zippy> something is already overriding it, somehow
496: [10:07:16] <simon_w> Yay! Seemed to be a straight upgrade to 2.4
497: [10:07:26] <zippy> I grepped the code for the destination, but nothing found... so.. magics
498: [10:09:57] <simon_w> zippy, Security.default_login_dest config thing
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500: [10:10:33] <zippy> simon_w: ta...
501: [10:12:43] <firefox2kx> Pysupportk: The "Standardtheme" is that theme that comes with any silverstripe. Perhaps it is called default theme in english or somewhat
502: [10:14:25] <kinglozzer> firefox2kx: You mean "simple"?
503: [10:14:53] <firefox2kx> no, I do not mean simple
504: [10:15:31] <firefox2kx> it's the theme that is loaded when you have no theme installed or something on your selected theme is broken
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507: [10:17:35] <firefox2kx> with a blue title-bar, a ss logo upper right and gray content-part
508: [10:18:56] <firefox2kx> we could call it debug-theme for fun, because it loads debug.css
509: [10:21:07] <firefox2kx> what ever... I have not changed a thing (but the yum update) and not re-flushed and for some reason now my template loads
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518: [11:39:45] <ss23> guis guis
519: [11:39:50] <ss23> http://i.imgur.com/WNHAtz4.jpg NFC implant!
520: [11:45:46] <kinglozzer> ss23: sweet!
521: [11:46:58] <kinglozzer> ss23: That actually your hand? :P
522: [11:50:49] <ss23> :D
523: [11:50:50] <ss23> yeah
524: [11:50:58] <firefox2kx> uhm by the way - which php-version does silverstripe require at the moment? I have the strange feeling that its requirements are for now overdimensioned for standard systems
525: [11:50:59] <ss23> currently it reads "fuck tha police"
526: [11:51:07] <ss23> starting to hurt a bit more as time goes on, so hope it stays okay :P
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528: [11:52:04] <firefox2kx> I cannot upgrade php each week on my customer server. that would be demanded too much
529: [11:53:05] <ss23> firefox2kx: 5.2 and up, 5.6 or less
530: [11:53:21] <kinglozzer> ss23: That's....
531: [11:53:24] <kinglozzer> Awesome.
532: [11:53:32] <ss23> :D
533: [11:53:37] <kinglozzer> Any plans for what you're gonna do with it?
534: [11:53:38] <Pysupportk> [11:14] <firefox2kx> no, I do not mean simple [11:15] <firefox2kx> it's the theme that is loaded when you have no theme installed or something on your selected theme is broken
535: [11:53:41] <Pysupportk> that's... not a theme.
536: [11:53:46] <kinglozzer> Besides "fuck tha police"
537: [11:53:47] <kinglozzer> :P
538: [11:54:21] <ss23> hahaha
539: [11:54:23] <ss23> not really, kinglozzer
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546: [12:17:57] <shellbackpacific> anyone ever do a MailChimp integration into a site for an email newsletter? I'm getting told to use OAuth but that seems kind of odd to me. Is it just me or is that a dumb request bc OAuth isn't even meant for something like that?
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549: [12:42:35] <firefox2kx> @ss23: Then I would say - something goes wrong. On live server I have PHP 5.4.4-14+deb7u12. on local dev I have PHP 5.5.15. Live is debian, dev is centos. After the today update on dev the template works. But on live, where I cannot update every hour, the template doesn't work.
550: [12:44:35] <firefox2kx> Pysupportk: then it's no theme. how would we call it then? pizza? In Settings it's called (Standardtheme). so I am still willing to call it theme ^^
551: [12:47:48] <Pysupportk> in settings it lists 'StandardTheme'??
552: [12:47:52] <Pysupportk> firefox2kx: ^
553: [12:48:06] <firefox2kx> right
554: [13:08:02] <kinglozzer> https://www.google.co.uk/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=greggs&safe=off
555: [13:08:09] <kinglozzer> Check the logo out on the righ
556: [13:08:10] <kinglozzer> t
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560: [13:31:12] <Pysupportk> kinglozzer: Greggs?
561: [13:31:23] <Pysupportk> getting sued by microshoft or something?
562: [13:32:06] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: You not seeing this? http://i.imgur.com/DkhB08m.png
563: [13:33:06] <Pysupportk> kinglozzer: yep, just took a while to noticd
564: [13:33:31] <Pysupportk> it's coming from wikiw
565: [13:33:32] <Pysupportk> rofl
566: [13:33:34] <Pysupportk> so amazing
567: [13:33:46] <kinglozzer> It's brilliant :P
568: [13:36:32] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: Hahaha, the last time it happened was PC World - it had their logo with the caption "Like hell, but with worse customer service"
569: [13:37:59] <Pysupportk> haha
570: [13:38:08] <Pysupportk> also, SS fails a shitload of tests
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572: [13:42:32] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: Unit tests or?
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574: [13:42:40] <kinglozzer> Tbf I can never get all the unit tests to pass locally
575: [13:42:54] <Pysupportk> kinglozzer: unit, yeh
576: [13:49:48] <kinglozzer> Lol Pysupportk, just tried to run framework's tests myself... instant MySQL crash :P
577: [13:49:55] <Pysupportk> rofl
578: [13:50:36] <Pysupportk> it's because it makes databases
579: [13:54:06] <kinglozzer> Well, it's not crashing now
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581: [13:54:19] <kinglozzer> Just exiting with "int(404)" after about 10 tests failed
582: [13:54:20] <kinglozzer> :P
583: [13:56:22] <Pysupportk> you running sake?
584: [13:56:35] <Pysupportk> I just "$ phpunit"
585: [13:56:55] <kinglozzer> $ phpunit framework/tests '' db=sqlite3
586: [13:56:59] <kinglozzer> Because fuck MySQL
587: [13:58:27] <kinglozzer> Well, I'm stuck in DirectorTest
588: [13:58:31] <kinglozzer> Something in there is failing
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591: [14:05:02] <Pysupportk> I have 5 I, 8 E and 1 F so far (63%)
592: [14:05:15] <Pysupportk> not that I really know what that means.
593: [14:05:20] <Pysupportk> besides 1 failure.
594: [14:08:40] <kinglozzer> Am I being a moron? Can you not have cms + framework in the same folder when you run tests?
595: [14:09:07] <kinglozzer> 'cause Director::test() is being routed to ModelAsController, which errors and returns 404...
596: [14:10:41] <kinglozzer> The tests run fine if I get rid of cms/....
597: [14:15:06] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: Just ran 3.1 on sqlite3 - Tests: 1451, Assertions: 5535, Failures: 1, Incomplete: 6, Skipped: 20.
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599: [14:27:18] <Pysupportk> http://phpunit.de/manual/3.7/en/textui.html
600: [14:27:23] <Pysupportk> kinglozzer: mine is still going :<
601: [14:27:50] <Pysupportk> but I'm running vm, where you're probably on native hardware.
602: [14:28:14] <Pysupportk> PHP NE is on tonight kinglozzer
603: [14:28:16] <Pysupportk> coming?
604: [14:28:20] <Pysupportk> leave now you should be good
605: [14:28:31] <Pysupportk> get that nissan's rubber band wound up, you'll be here in no time.
606: [14:29:15] <Pysupportk> kinglozzer: if I go to a 'track day' here in the UK, what does that mean? Do I have to bring my own car? Do I need a license?
607: [14:29:23] <Pysupportk> licence*
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609: [14:30:15] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: Yeah you need a license
610: [14:30:33] <kinglozzer> You can do other "experience" days without one, but you can't take your own car round without one
611: [14:30:42] <kinglozzer> At least not as far as I know
612: [14:32:13] <Pysupportk> cool, well when I get mine back from the cops I think I'll hit up a track.
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614: [14:32:26] <kinglozzer> Do it, great fun!
615: [14:32:31] <Pysupportk> No car though
616: [14:32:55] <kinglozzer> Found out why I have one failure - something to do with how "tidy" is used w/ shell_exec
617: [14:32:59] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: Yours is with the police?
618: [14:33:09] <Pysupportk> do I not need a licence if I don't take my own car?
619: [14:33:12] <Pysupportk> kinglozzer: yeh :<
620: [14:34:05] <Pysupportk> Came to uk, had my licence taken away in 2.5 months.
621: [14:34:20] <Pysupportk> cops still have it :<
622: [14:34:43] <Pysupportk> although they said I could probably have it back.
623: [14:34:51] <Pysupportk> They weren't the ones that took it!
624: [14:34:57] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: I don't think anywhere will let you drive any car without a license, not on a "track day". On experience days, yeah (you can do them when you're like 16)
625: [14:35:02] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: How come?
626: [14:35:18] <Pysupportk> kinglozzer: remember the part where I got smashed in the face and robbed?
627: [14:35:42] <Pysupportk> Someone found my licence on the street and handed it in
628: [14:35:54] <Pysupportk> I told them to keep it and fingerprint it.
629: [14:36:05] <Pysupportk> unfortunately no results, in the weather too long :<
630: [14:37:17] <kinglozzer> Ahh I see, thought you meant you'd be banned from driving or something :P
631: [14:37:42] <Pysupportk> haha, nah. But that's generally the surprised look folks give me when I tell them the cops have my licence
632: [14:38:06] <Pysupportk> I probably could have gotten a new one if I'd gone to NZ house and organised it... but that would involve a trip to London.
633: [14:38:14] <Pysupportk> and money and shit
634: [14:38:36] <Pysupportk> Probably would have eventually, but since my old one was recovered (but not any of the rest of my stuff)...
635: [14:41:46] <Pysupportk> Still as angry as I am about what happened, mostly I just want my shit back.
636: [14:42:05] <Pysupportk> Which sucks.
637: [14:42:18] <Pysupportk> if the cops had any decent power in this country then I would have.
638: [14:42:57] <Pysupportk> They knew who it was (well, suspected with strong reason to) within a week.
639: [14:43:31] <Pysupportk> phone was still for sale. Probably still got my wallet. If they threw it out (usually what happens I hear) then that's daft, it's worth probably about £120
640: [14:43:35] <Pysupportk> itself
641: [14:43:47] <Pysupportk> hmm, more like £80 I guess.
642: [14:43:56] * Pysupportk shrugs
643: [14:43:58] <Pysupportk> it was a gift.
644: [14:44:24] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: Is it an NZ license? Not sure if you have paper counterparts there, a place might let you do a trackday with that if you call them and explain
645: [14:44:36] <Pysupportk> kinglozzer: nah. We have card like you have ID cards.
646: [14:44:42] <Pysupportk> and no paper.
647: [14:44:57] <kinglozzer> Ah
648: [14:45:24] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/pull/3401
649: [14:45:49] <kinglozzer> Tis why tests failed for me, but not on other envs :P
650: [14:46:23] <Pysupportk> http://no1canterburycollege.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/license-info.jpg
651: [14:47:29] <Pysupportk> lol kinglozzer
652: [14:47:54] <Pysupportk> I get shit like that too. "expected 'this string', got ' this string'"
653: [14:48:17] <Pysupportk> I'm all o.0 a whitespace the difference. Pretty sure that's negligible & regex just needs a fix
654: [14:50:59] <Pysupportk> aww shit, need licence on silverstone.
655: [14:51:07] <Pysupportk> held for 3 years
656: [14:51:16] <kinglozzer> Yeah big tracks are more strict
657: [14:51:19] <Pysupportk> I fit that, but not UK licence, hope that's not a deal breaker.
658: [14:51:32] <kinglozzer> Hmm, shouldn't be, best call/email em though
659: [14:51:47] <kinglozzer> They must get loads of foreign visitors want to drive the track though
660: [14:51:58] <Pysupportk> yeah, well... maybe.
661: [14:51:58] <kinglozzer> Just like Nurburgring, Spa etc
662: [14:54:22] <Pysupportk> hmm yeh, accept non uk credit card, so must be ok. but then again you're EU so probably any EU licence... so then why not NZ though.
663: [14:57:16] <Pysupportk> Aston Marton experience £199
664: [14:57:19] <Pysupportk> legit.
665: [14:57:37] <Pysupportk> test still didn't finish
666: [14:59:23] <Pysupportk> also kinglozzer, that wrapping thing, is that php-tidy module?
667: [14:59:29] <Pysupportk> or cli tidy?
668: [14:59:42] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: It looks for php module, then falls back to cli
669: [15:00:00] <Pysupportk> kinglozzer: I know, but the important part is which is your system using?
670: [15:00:06] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: cli
671: [15:00:26] <Pysupportk> install php-tidy
672: [15:00:28] <Pysupportk> :>
673: [15:00:28] <kinglozzer> Just noticed the module is actually already set to wrap at 99999
674: [15:00:32] <kinglozzer> cba
675: [15:00:33] <kinglozzer> :P
676: [15:00:34] <Pysupportk> but still, you're probably right
677: [15:00:47] <Pysupportk> I couldn't find a 'tidy' for my distro, so just went for php-tidy.
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679: [15:06:13] <Pysupportk> kinglozzer: hahaah lol fuck
680: [15:06:23] <Pysupportk> 8 errors, 2 failures.
681: [15:06:48] <Pysupportk> (6 incomplete, 17 skipped)
682: [15:07:14] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: Close enough! :P
683: [15:07:23] <Pysupportk> ALL EIGHT errors are 'open_basedir restriction in effect. File(/dev/null) is not within the allowed path(s): ...'
684: [15:07:36] <Pysupportk> fuck you open_basederp
685: [15:07:50] <Pysupportk> kinglozzer: ^
686: [15:08:19] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: Never had that one before!
687: [15:08:22] <Pysupportk> actual failures are RequirementsTest::testSuffix && SSViewerTest::testRequireCallInTemplateInclude
688: [15:08:31] <kinglozzer> Now running w/ MySQL
689: [15:08:39] <kinglozzer> Fixed it up with max_allowed_packet=100M... whatever the fuck that does
690: [15:08:52] <kinglozzer> well, it's kinda self-explanatory but yaknow
691: [15:09:23] <Pysupportk> idk
692: [15:09:41] <Pysupportk> fuck the test suite for framework takes a helluva long time though :<
693: [15:10:24] <kinglozzer> Pysupportk: Yeah and as you said, not helped by VM, mines already at 60%
694: [15:11:06] <catcher_dev> Anyone know why my X-Forwarded-For header isn't carried through on a POST? (CMS)
695: [15:11:23] <Pysupportk> catcher_dev: because it's stripped?
696: [15:12:11] <catcher_dev> Pysupportk, that's my thought too, any idea where or why?
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699: [15:13:19] <Pysupportk> ss_httprequest
700: [15:13:27] <Pysupportk> and no
701: [15:15:04] <Pysupportk> L 661 & L 663
702: [15:15:21] <Pysupportk> only references to it in core.
703: [15:16:00] <catcher_dev> That's just an IP getter
704: [15:16:08] <catcher_dev> hmm
705: [15:16:09] <kinglozzer> catcher_dev: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/blob/3.1/control/Director.php#L724-L740?
706: [15:16:38] <kinglozzer> Called from Director::direct()
707: [15:17:24] <catcher_dev> kinglozzer, doesn't that loop imply it should be carried over from $_SERVER?
708: [15:18:39] <kinglozzer> catcher_dev: No idea, sorry, that's the only other thing I know that touches headers
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710: [15:18:48] <catcher_dev> I appreciate the input guys
711: [15:19:05] <kinglozzer> catcher_dev: It's being removed from $_SERVER?
712: [15:19:22] <catcher_dev> kinglozzer, I can't verify that just yet, but it would seem so
713: [15:19:50] <Fisix_AIX> Hello, I cant seem to get this to work http://fpaste.org/126725/08461573/ any suggestions ?
714: [15:20:28] <catcher_dev> kinglozzer, I know it's not in the post request headers as it should be
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716: [15:20:47] <Pysupportk> Fisix_AIX: allowed_actions submit
717: [15:21:09] <Pysupportk> also, is it new Vault you want, or new VaultPage ?
718: [15:21:13] <Pysupportk> I assume Vault, but dunno.
719: [15:22:07] <kinglozzer> http://www.scrolltotop.com <<< lel
720: [15:22:09] <Pysupportk> also, what exactly is wrong with it?
721: [15:22:19] <Pysupportk> no images? Or just errors?
722: [15:22:30] <Fisix_AIX> Pysupportk, I'm using new vault just to debug
723: [15:22:31] <Pysupportk> uploadfield I@m not sure it works on frontent.
724: [15:22:42] <Fisix_AIX> Pysupportk, The files upload but do not link to the Vault
725: [15:23:19] <Fisix_AIX> This bit seems to not work "$form->saveInto($vault);"
726: [15:23:43] <Pysupportk> lol kinglozzer, such derp.
727: [15:23:57] <Pysupportk> Fisix_AIX: because you never set the to the vault.
728: [15:24:03] <Pysupportk> set them*
729: [15:24:18] <Pysupportk> hmm, actually I dunno.
730: [15:24:29] <Pysupportk> just do it explicitly, I'm not sure saveinto is geared for relations.
731: [15:24:34] <Pysupportk> has one or many or whatever
732: [15:25:22] <Fisix_AIX> Pysupportk, I followed the example http://doc.silverstripe.org/framework/en/reference/uploadfield
733: [15:25:29] <Fisix_AIX> "Using the UploadField in a frontend form "
734: [15:25:57] <Fisix_AIX> Could it be that that is incorrect ? I'm not getting any errors
735: [15:26:11] <Pysupportk> yeah, it could be.
736: [15:26:19] <Pysupportk> I dunno sorry, you'd have to read through it :(
737: [15:30:23] <Fisix_AIX> Pysupportk, Thanks anyway
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739: [15:36:52] <catcher_dev> I can't tell where the POST headers are added. The obvious choices don't seem to fire on post requests.
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741: [15:38:04] <kinglozzer> catcher_dev: They're passed in to SS_HTTPRequest::__construct(), right? Can you find where that's being called for your post request?
742: [15:38:30] <kinglozzer> I'd guess Director::direct() again
743: [15:38:53] <kinglozzer> ArrayLib::array_merge_recursive((array)$_POST, (array)$_FILES) << 3rd argument to new SS_HTTPRequest()
744: [15:39:01] <catcher_dev> kinglozzer, a simple die() in there doesn't seem to get called on a post request via curl
745: [15:39:44] <catcher_dev> kinglozzer, also tried adding my own header there
746: [15:40:13] <kinglozzer> catcher_dev: Are you sure? Director::direct() is the first thing that's called (at the end of main.php)
747: [15:41:09] <catcher_dev> kinglozzer, curl -vIX http://domain, where the first line in Director::direct() is die('dead');
748: [15:41:26] <catcher_dev> oops - curl -vIX POST http://domain
749: [15:41:52] <catcher_dev> Oh derp, it's called, I'm just looking at headers w/ I
750: [15:41:58] <kinglozzer> :P
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754: [15:53:33] <shellbackpacifi1> is there anyway to (easily) trigger something to resample uploaded images?
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756: [15:54:46] <catcher_dev> kinglozzer, still can't seem to add a header manually, is it not as simple as I'm expecting?
757: [15:55:00] <catcher_dev> $req->addHeader('name', 'val');
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759: [16:04:04] <kinglozzer> catcher_dev: Not sure what you're trying to achieve, but perhaps this module might help? https://github.com/silverstripe-labs/silverstripe-controllerpolicy
760: [16:04:10] <kinglozzer> "CustomHeaderPolicy: allow adding any headers via config system." ?
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762: [16:04:59] <kinglozzer> Oh, sorry, I think that's adding to response, not request
763: [16:05:10] <kinglozzer> But you might be able to use it to add to requests by writing your own "policy"
764: [16:05:53] <catcher_dev> kinglozzer, I need to whitelist an IP in mod_security, but my server is behind a load balancer. I'm matching against X-Forwarded-For, which matches on GET requests, but not on POST (tested the CMS so far)
765: [16:06:16] <kinglozzer> catcher_dev: And you're sure it's not a load balancer issue?
766: [16:06:37] <kinglozzer> I can't see any reason GET headers would be treated differently to POST :/
767: [16:07:18] <catcher_dev> kinglozzer, it's possible, trying to eliminate variables at this point
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780: [18:20:19] <catcher> re: earlier Qs, an apache module was killing the x-forward-from header.
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793: [20:33:38] <Stomach> morning
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795: [20:35:09] <antmas> howdy
796: [20:35:39] <antmas> hmmmm grunt is slow
797: [20:35:46] <antmas> anyway ways to speed it up? :P
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799: [20:37:40] <Stomach> yep
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801: [20:37:45] <Stomach> faster computer
802: [20:38:23] <antmas> my computer is fast :O
803: [20:38:30] <Stomach> FASTER
804: [20:38:39] <antmas> ;__;
805: [20:38:44] * antmas rubs computer
806: [20:38:58] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: new comp?
807: [20:38:58] <antmas> this watch task takes like 7s
808: [20:39:09] <Stomach> whats it doing
809: [20:39:09] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: naw, just whinging about grunt taking ages
810: [20:39:32] <antmas> taking my scss files and making my main.min.css file
811: [20:39:35] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: Too many tasks?
812: [20:40:09] <antmas> it's only a watch task
813: [20:40:29] <Ryan-Toast> Is this the BP task by any chance?
814: [20:40:33] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: yeah
815: [20:40:41] <Ryan-Toast> yeah that runs 4 things
816: [20:40:50] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: it's pretty slow though :(
817: [20:40:54] <Ryan-Toast> just make a dev task that just runs the scss
818: [20:41:33] <antmas> hmmm
819: [20:41:46] <antmas> probably doesn't help that I'm watching a mapped drive
820: [20:41:52] <Ryan-Toast> Also too much nestifng will slow down your scss task :P
821: [20:41:57] <antmas> but that shouldn't slow it down by much at all
822: [20:42:00] <Ryan-Toast> lol, that too
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824: [20:44:55] <antmas> ah
825: [20:45:02] <antmas> cutting back on tasks sped it up
826: [20:51:32] <Stomach> we have a watch task for our less folder, and one for our js folder
827: [20:51:36] <Stomach> so they run independantly
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840: [21:38:51] <vebb> what systems at work do you use for internal comms?
841: [21:39:16] <Kingy> gtalk/email/phone/wiki
842: [21:39:28] <vebb> real-time.
843: [21:39:33] <vebb> gtalk makes no sense
844: [21:40:00] <Kingy> well if they really want to talk then they'll walk over and talk
845: [21:40:04] <Kingy> but otherwise gtalk or phone
846: [21:40:16] <vebb> ...
847: [21:40:26] <vebb> yes I'll use the phone Kingy
848: [21:40:34] <Kingy> you ask i say
849: [21:40:38] <Kingy> why does gtalk not make any sesne
850: [21:40:42] <Kingy> sense
851: [21:40:47] <vebb> because.
852: [21:41:07] <vebb> it's no longer XMPP
853: [21:41:33] <Kingy> Well I have adium
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855: [21:41:39] <Kingy> I no a lot of others do as well
856: [21:41:47] <Kingy> otherwise people just leave browser with gmail open
857: [21:41:55] <Stomach> we use hangouts and email and IRL chats
858: [21:42:09] <Kingy> yeah hangouts
859: [21:42:12] <Kingy> not gtalk
860: [21:42:14] <Kingy> anymore is it
861: [21:42:20] <vebb> that requires gmail....
862: [21:42:27] <Kingy> our company email is gmail
863: [21:44:06] <Stomach> same for us
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868: [22:14:52] <antmas> Kingy: lync, outlook, skype, everything under our great lords of MS Churce
869: [22:14:55] <antmas> Church*
870: [22:17:38] * irogue_ has joined #silverstripe
871: [22:19:01] * Olliepop quit (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
872: [22:21:53] <antmas> Internal Server Error
873: [22:22:00] * antmas cries
874: [22:24:37] <antmas> search is such a pita
875: [22:29:38] <antmas> what replaced addRules()?
876: [22:30:24] * oddnoc has joined #silverstripe
877: [22:31:16] <willr> Config system
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879: [22:42:28] * gelignite quit (Quit: http://bit.ly/nkczDT)
880: [22:55:28] <simon_w|work> "There were 254 errors:"
881: [22:55:35] <simon_w|work> All of them are "MySQL server has gone away"
882: [22:56:39] <simon_w|work> Yay, unit tests!
883: [22:57:49] * irogue_ waves goodbye to MySQL server
884: [22:58:06] * simon_w|work watches MySQL server drive off into the sunset, then explode
885: [22:58:21] <willr> I’ve noticed that, know what just kills mysql?
886: [22:58:26] <Stomach> lots of things
887: [22:58:28] <simon_w|work> Anything
888: [22:58:38] <Stomach> packet size, request size, timeouts, out of memory, etc etc
889: [22:58:51] <simon_w|work> Being used
890: [23:00:36] <irogue_> looking at it funny
891: [23:00:53] <Stomach> not looking at it funny
892: [23:01:08] <simon_w|work> Thinking about it
893: [23:01:18] <Stomach> eating lunch
894: [23:01:44] * todamoon_ has joined #silverstripe
895: [23:01:51] <simon_w|work> Think willr's got the idea yet?
896: [23:03:57] <Ryan-Toast> I’m ashamed to say I’m looking forward to the new WoW expansion.
897: [23:04:51] * irogue_ slaps Ryan-Toast
898: [23:05:14] <Ryan-Toast> Dem nostalgia goggles.
899: [23:09:43] <willr> I was more interested in solutions to stop it happening. Would have thought a few unit tests running shouldn’t kill it
900: [23:10:20] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: I look forward to the trailers
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905: [23:15:02] <spronk> whats causing mysql to die?
906: [23:15:15] <spronk> the "gone away" thing generally isn't a death of mysql, moreso a timeout of sorts
907: [23:15:18] * willr quit (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
908: [23:15:37] * willr has joined #silverstripe
909: [23:16:51] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: They are pretty swish, right?
910: [23:22:58] <pippy> my manager asked me if i wanted anything from the dairy, i asked for lollies and she brought me some
911: [23:23:06] <pippy> woot
912: [23:23:18] <Kingy> win?
913: [23:25:23] <willr> We’ll know in a couple hours
914: [23:25:34] <irogue_> pippy: score
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917: [23:31:10] <Stomach> pippy, should've asked for a jimmy's
918: [23:31:18] <Stomach> man I want a jimmys
919: [23:31:20] <Stomach> so bad
920: [23:31:27] <Stomach> stupid auckland pies
921: [23:31:58] <pippy> Stomach: or those little savories from couplands
922: [23:32:15] <Stomach> oh yeah, those hit the spot
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924: [23:33:08] <irogue_> couplands pies are pretty good
925: [23:33:52] <simon_w|work> Coles cookies usually are, but this box isn't :(
926: [23:33:53] <irogue_> Stomach: i'm yet to find a good pie in the CBD
927: [23:34:11] <Stomach> irogue_: i dont think they exist
928: [23:34:37] <irogue_> Stomach: its one of the upsides (or downsides, diet-wise) of living in south auckland now
929: [23:34:40] <irogue_> good pies
930: [23:35:15] <irogue_> thing I miss most about Hamilton though is Couplands
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932: [23:39:09] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: yeah they are
933: [23:39:26] <antmas> I used to put them on repeat way back in Warcraft 3 days
934: [23:39:45] <Ryan-Toast> :P
935: [23:45:41] * antmas private statics all the things
936: [23:47:39] <novaweb> Peeps. Bootstrap is the best way to develop a responsive theme...?
937: [23:48:22] <adrexia_> ...no
938: [23:48:29] <antmas> novaweb: or boilerplate... foundation... amoung others
939: [23:48:31] <adrexia_> but is a way
940: [23:48:38] <adrexia_> and decent enough
941: [23:48:41] <novaweb> What's most silverstripe devs using
942: [23:49:04] <adrexia_> I don't think there is any data on taht
943: [23:49:05] <Kingy> adrexia_: what was the agri site made with??
944: [23:49:12] <adrexia_> I use bootstrapo and gumby
945: [23:49:30] <novaweb> if I was working at silverstripe, would I be using boilerplate, bootstrap or something else?
946: [23:49:34] <antmas> novaweb: you could also try https://github.com/Rhym/ss_boilerplate
947: [23:49:48] <adrexia_> Kingy - bootstrap 2. somethign by people who hadn't used bootstrap before
948: [23:49:49] * antmas grins at Ryan-Toast
949: [23:50:17] <adrexia_> novaweb - you'd be fighting for your right to use what you wanted ;)
950: [23:50:27] <novaweb> :P !!!
951: [23:50:37] <adrexia_> I made this: https://gitlab.cwp.govt.nz/nguyer/cwp-gumby-theme
952: [23:50:56] <adrexia_> for gumby silverstripe stuff
953: [23:51:05] <novaweb> adrexia, I am working on a cwp site.
954: [23:51:10] <novaweb> I will look in to it.
955: [23:51:16] <adrexia_> and started this: https://github.com/adrexia/silverstripe-pure
956: [23:51:21] <adrexia_> but havn't finished it
957: [23:51:58] <adrexia_> the 3.0-wip branch of the cwp default theme is pretty decent - but requires that you rmeember to include respond.js
958: [23:52:10] <Ryan-Toast> Ugh, need to update my demo site with the removal of styles.
959: [23:52:15] <adrexia_> https://gitlab.cwp.govt.nz/cwp-themes/default/tree/3.0.0-wip
960: [23:52:30] <antmas> do static functions become private static in 3.1?
961: [23:52:33] <novaweb> adrexia... 3.1.x or core version doesn't matter?
962: [23:52:52] <oddnoc> antmas: no
963: [23:52:59] <adrexia_> core doesn't matter - but 3.x
964: [23:53:01] <adrexia_> :)
965: [23:53:06] <antmas> oddnoc: not affected at all then?
966: [23:53:27] <Ryan-Toast> adrexia_: ie6.scss - you brave.
967: [23:53:30] <oddnoc> antmas: No. The private static change applies to config variables only.
968: [23:53:31] <ss23> lol
969: [23:53:38] <antmas> ah sweet, thought so
970: [23:53:53] <adrexia_> hahah - yeah umm, must remember to remove that ;)
971: [23:54:05] <adrexia_> I have a philosophical objection to supporting IE6
972: [23:54:16] <Ryan-Toast> I don’t support ie7 any more
973: [23:54:23] <adrexia_> me either ;)
974: [23:54:27] <antmas> I barely support IE8
975: [23:54:41] <simon_w|work> I don't support firefox
976: [23:54:52] <Ryan-Toast> Debating whether or not to drop support for 8, but the stats are still big enough in some of my clients
977: [23:54:59] <Olliepop> Is it possible to make a boilerplate for something complex like http://www.themostamazingwebsiteontheinternet.com/ ?
978: [23:55:15] <Ryan-Toast> Would be nicve to get rid of respond.js
979: [23:55:28] <Ryan-Toast> Olliepop: That is made in boilerplate
980: [23:55:30] <adrexia_> simon_w|work that's because you are evil
981: [23:55:41] <Olliepop> Ryan-Toast Ah of course
982: [23:55:46] <Ryan-Toast> Olliepop: It’s the clean theme
983: [23:56:04] <Olliepop> The web 3.0 one
984: [23:56:11] <adrexia_> http://code.divshot.com/geo-bootstrap/
985: [23:56:13] <adrexia_> ;)
986: [23:56:28] <Ryan-Toast> I’ve considered making my portfolio something like that
987: [23:56:35] <Ryan-Toast> The Normcore of web design
988: [23:56:43] * wracu has joined #silverstripe
989: [23:56:49] <simon_w|work> adrexia_, now now, I'm not sure evil is the right word
990: [23:56:52] <Olliepop> Well at least the banks would hire you
991: [23:56:57] <simon_w|work> Doesn't feel strong enough ;)
992: [23:57:11] <wracu> any git pro's in today? need to clarify git rebase..
993: [23:57:19] <Olliepop> "we've been looking for a developer who understands our legacy systems for many years"
994: [23:57:29] <Ryan-Toast> Olliepop: Run.
995: [23:57:34] <Ryan-Toast> Run as fast as you can
996: [23:57:42] <wracu> I'm on a branch, whose parent has changed quite a bit since.
997: [23:57:49] <Ryan-Toast> http://i.imgur.com/8agdQ.gif
998: [23:57:58] <novaweb> subsites..... :/
999: [23:58:26] <wracu> (on the branch to be rebased) git rebase master .... this looks ok?

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