#silverstripe IRC Log

IRC log for 1 October 2015

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1: [00:02:13] <DanaeNZ> woah i had lunch today
2: [00:02:26] <antmas> DanaeNZ: hi5 for eating o/
3: [00:02:34] <DanaeNZ> eating is good
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5: [00:05:27] <Colin[pi]> I like eating
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10: [00:28:59] <LimRes> novaweb: scraping has got to be my least favourite
11: [00:29:14] <novaweb> LimRes... thank you
12: [00:30:58] <LimRes> It always seems that whenever a client convinces me to do it because there is no other source for the data, the site/email format changes 2 days after I finish
13: [00:31:31] <spronk> anyone got 10.11 yet?
14: [00:31:41] <antmas> El Capitan?
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16: [00:38:01] <helenclarko> El CAPITAN
17: [00:39:27] <zippy> spronk: upgrading the wife first
18: [00:39:32] <Colin[pi]> Au contraire mon Capitan!
19: [00:39:36] <spronk> lawl zippy
20: [00:39:39] <spronk> taken out of context..
21: [00:39:49] <zippy> heh
22: [00:39:58] <zippy> but maybe that is what I mean...
23: [00:40:00] <Colin[pi]> Wife 2.0
24: [00:40:13] * DanaeNZ ...sips coffee
25: [00:40:14] <LimRes> she aint got time for that
26: [00:40:17] <zippy> been married several years now... when does the new version come out?
27: [00:40:26] <helenclarko> with all new sandwich maker 5000?
28: [00:40:49] <antmas> helenclarko: oh snap
29: [00:40:49] <zippy> version 2.0 makes her runs like she's 18 again
30: [00:40:56] <antmas> o.O
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32: [00:41:20] <Colin[pi]> zippy: she's built like a steak house but handles like a bistro
33: [00:41:25] <helenclarko> I dont think we have ever been this sexist before.
34: [00:41:40] <zippy> I dunno what she handles like these days
35: [00:41:52] <Colin[pi]> helenclarko: I find the most erotic part of a woman is the boobies
36: [00:41:58] <antmas> hahahahaha
37: [00:42:03] <helenclarko> zippy, Just know she has two of them?
38: [00:42:08] <antmas> the references are real today
39: [00:42:19] <zippy> I think she got a botched service pack update and now has headaches and tired
40: [00:42:20] <LimRes> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LF_KaUcVLvY
41: [00:42:20] <Colin[pi]> antmas: that's my all time fav futurama episode
42: [00:42:52] <spronk> :D
43: [00:43:17] <helenclarko> zippy, not botched, feature apparently.
44: [00:43:49] <zippy> it jammed the firewall settings to high, no ports are open anymore
45: [00:43:56] <zippy> ...
46: [00:43:58] <DanaeNZ> just need to root it and get some bootleg software
47: [00:44:10] <zippy> ;-)
48: [00:44:25] <antmas> dadjokethursday
49: [00:44:26] <Colin[pi]> ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
50: [00:44:27] <DanaeNZ> gonna warn tho, sometimes it just duplicates the problem into additional bloatware
51: [00:44:42] <DanaeNZ> Bloatware usually takes ages to get around
52: [00:44:52] <DanaeNZ> And then at the end you're left with a duplicate of what you already had
53: [00:45:10] <antmas> DanaeNZ: at least that grants you backdoor access
54: [00:45:18] <DanaeNZ> pppfffttttt :D
55: [00:45:19] <Colin[pi]> yo momma install so much bloatware, she need Norton Antivirus just to fit into her dress
56: [00:45:30] <antmas> Colin[pi]: -_-
57: [00:45:34] <DanaeNZ> Colin[pi]: :D
58: [00:45:38] <Colin[pi]> ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
59: [00:45:41] <Colin[pi]> sorry
60: [00:45:42] * antmas throws cabbage at Colin[pi]
61: [00:45:47] <DanaeNZ> MY CABBAGES!!!!
62: [00:45:50] * Colin[pi] shows himself out
63: [00:46:44] <DanaeNZ> OH SHIT just realised I bought an art book of the Legend of Korra so I can get the voice actor to sign it at Armaegddon FUCK YEAH
64: [00:47:35] <Colin[pi]> antmas: http://i.imgur.com/EpyBrVc.jpg
65: [00:47:45] <Colin[pi]> ^ dad joke master
66: [00:48:11] <antmas> Colin[pi]: oh that is the best
67: [00:48:21] <DanaeNZ> hahahaha
68: [00:48:22] <Colin[pi]> now that's staying power
69: [00:48:23] <DanaeNZ> oh man
70: [00:55:59] <LimRes> Just in case ... and sorry to be redundant ... anybody used Uncle Cheese's Dropzone? I get 500 errors...
71: [00:56:40] <LimRes> It's so pretty I wanna make it go
72: [00:57:33] <antmas> LimRes: well what are the 500 errors?
73: [00:59:04] <zippy> LimRes: you looked at the error log...
74: [00:59:13] <zippy> might just need a dev/build flush
75: [00:59:21] <LimRes> Hi antmas and zippy
76: [00:59:25] <LimRes> have built and flushed
77: [00:59:43] <LimRes> there is empty response to the ajax
78: [01:00:18] <LimRes> I know I am pointing the loadDataFrom() correctly because I can see previously uploaded files with the old UploadField
79: [01:00:22] <LimRes> in the Dropzone
80: [01:00:55] <novaweb> Who has ample node.js + OS X experience?
81: [01:01:12] <novaweb> totally silverstripe related.
82: [01:01:15] <novaweb> actual
83: [01:01:26] <LimRes> I just don't understand how the request ajax would resolve
84: [01:01:56] <LimRes> it's posting to http://localhost/dashboard/UploadForm/field/Documents/upload
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87: [01:02:55] <Hailwood> Step one for cleaning up SS styles: <style>* { border-radius: 0 !important; }</style>
88: [01:03:44] <LimRes> Looks like it should be able to go without any formactions, so not providing any
89: [01:03:45] <LimRes> http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/560c863c2225d
90: [01:04:09] <LimRes> shouldn't need the hiddenfield, that's leftover
91: [01:04:42] <LimRes> Wondering if it is because it is being fed the ID for the loadDataFrom() object by the template
92: [01:05:08] <LimRes> that must be bad practice
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94: [01:06:23] <DanaeNZ> IS IT FRIDAY YET OMG
95: [01:06:27] <DanaeNZ> UGH
96: [01:06:31] <antmas> DanaeNZ: ikr
97: [01:06:40] <antmas> doesn't help when you physicall feel like shit
98: [01:07:01] <zippy> antmas: need to do some exercise... "running" in CS doesn't count
99: [01:07:09] <DanaeNZ> just existing when it isn't friday is hell
100: [01:08:02] <antmas> zippy: I plan on running tomorrow at lunch :D
101: [01:08:08] <LimRes> That was the problem nvm
102: [01:08:17] <LimRes> That was the stupidest code I have written in an age
103: [01:08:19] <antmas> LimRes: lol you solve it?
104: [01:08:24] <LimRes> Yeah
105: [01:08:27] <antmas> :D
106: [01:08:32] <LimRes> I was passing the Object ID to the template
107: [01:08:36] <LimRes> which was passing it to the form
108: [01:08:48] <LimRes> which was of course unavailable to the ajax request
109: [01:08:55] <LimRes> I can't believe I was doing that
110: [01:09:53] <Colin[pi]> it's alright LimRes. Everyone is retarded sometimes.
111: [01:10:13] <antmas> Sometimes being a choice word there
112: [01:10:14] <antmas> :D
113: [01:10:36] <Colin[pi]> antmas: oh some people I struggle to understand how they even breathe
114: [01:10:40] <LimRes> Sometimes, everyone is? Or each and every one of us is at some time?
115: [01:10:49] <LimRes> lol
116: [01:10:57] <antmas> that's a good question
117: [01:11:33] <LimRes> ah but it looks like the "tick" on the upload doesn't actually upload, it still needs an action...
118: [01:11:39] <LimRes> that doesn't seem right
119: [01:11:45] <LimRes> it would look to a user like it was done
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121: [01:12:57] * antmas spent an hour today debugging code only to find he was putting breakpoints on a class from a project that wasn't actually running and was totally separate :D
122: [01:13:11] <LimRes> hahaha
123: [01:13:13] <DanaeNZ> antmas: done that before
124: [01:13:14] <LimRes> been there
125: [01:13:45] <LimRes> did that for 10 min this morning browsing to the remote dev server rather than localhost
126: [01:14:57] <antmas> lol it's the worst feeling
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128: [01:15:26] <Colin[pi]> I just tried to require a js file as css... derp
129: [01:15:41] <DanaeNZ> everyone is having a pretty silly day it seems
130: [01:16:11] <helenclarko> Colin[pi], you silly billy!
131: [01:16:26] <helenclarko> Thats not how that works hahaha
132: [01:16:34] <Colin[pi]> "WHY IT NO WORK... oh"
133: [01:17:11] <antmas> I do shit like that more than I care to think
134: [01:17:19] <antmas> oh good
135: [01:17:20] <helenclarko> Colin[pi], This help: http://i.imgur.com/EiERt6q.png
136: [01:17:29] <antmas> now I have a kylie minogue song in my head
137: [01:17:32] <antmas> thanks ant
138: [01:17:35] <antmas> antmas*
139: [01:17:46] <Colin[pi]> helenclarko: it sure does
140: [01:18:17] <LimRes> Dammit chickenbutt
141: [01:18:26] <LimRes> I'll never learn
142: [01:18:45] <helenclarko> LimRes, Just like ill never stop!
143: [01:19:05] <LimRes> so do we have to still manually deal with the submit with Dropzone or can we just do a form->saveInto() and it will handle all the files and relations?
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145: [01:21:55] <DanaeNZ> that's 3 chickenbutt today
146: [01:22:04] * DanaeNZ marks it off on the wall
147: [01:22:29] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: if you get 5 in a day, you receive a free chicken in a can!
148: [01:22:38] <DanaeNZ> ew :<
149: [01:22:44] <LimRes> even if it was free I could never eat it now
150: [01:22:54] <LimRes> if I could before
151: [01:23:22] <Colin[pi]> I watched that Cowspiracy doco last night... made me feel bad about eating meat :\
152: [01:25:09] <zippy> http://www.cowspiracy.com/about/ frown much
153: [01:26:48] <LimRes> Yeah I was gonna watch that but I need to be in a bad mood first
154: [01:26:59] <LimRes> I generally want to just zone out if I am going to watch a movie
155: [01:27:07] <LimRes> gotta be prepared for a doco
156: [01:27:10] <Colin[pi]> LimRes: lol yeah
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158: [01:28:56] <antmas> mmm those docos just kinda make me depressed
159: [01:28:58] <antmas> :/
160: [01:29:14] <Colin[pi]> antmas: yeah it's like... a huge problem, but it's not going to change any time soon
161: [01:29:18] <antmas> makes me cry into the buns of my burger
162: [01:29:19] <antmas> :P
163: [01:29:24] <Colin[pi]> mmm burger
164: [01:29:59] * Colin[pi] is hungry now
165: [01:29:59] <LimRes> don't break your neck crying into your own buns
166: [01:30:57] <antmas> lol
167: [01:31:46] <LimRes> wierd, so now files are getting stored, and updating database but not getting the relation
168: [01:31:59] <LimRes> poor stranded little files
169: [01:32:36] <LimRes> it looks like it should be fine with just loadDataFrom(), cuz it is showing the existing files in the has_many
170: [01:32:39] <LimRes> ?!?!
171: [01:33:24] <zippy> spronk: upgraded?
172: [01:33:32] <spronk> not yet
173: [01:35:31] <Colin[pi]> spronk: upgrade fasterer!
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175: [01:35:42] <helenclarko> so is anyone on El Capitan?
176: [01:36:00] <LimRes> my parents were hiking there last week
177: [01:37:45] <Colin[pi]> LimRes: (☞゚ヮ゚)☞
178: [01:40:34] <novaweb> Should PHP's DOMDocument module functionality operate within a SilverStripe install natively?
179: [01:40:55] <Colin[pi]> novaweb: if the PHP install has it enabled, then yes it should
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181: [01:41:10] <novaweb> that'd be in my phpinfo right...
182: [01:41:41] <Colin[pi]> novaweb: yeah, dom extension
183: [01:41:44] <Colin[pi]> it might be a default one?
184: [01:42:01] <Colin[pi]> ah libxml
185: [01:42:21] <Colin[pi]> but yeah it's enabled by default
186: [01:42:44] <novaweb> libxml?
187: [01:42:47] <Colin[pi]> mm
188: [01:42:59] <novaweb> Ah ha
189: [01:43:02] <novaweb> it's going
190: [01:43:03] <novaweb> shite
191: [01:43:57] <zippy> helenclarko: yes, quite a few people are
192: [01:45:22] <zippy> http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/apple-releases-os-x-10-11-el-capitan-with-improved-spotlight-search-enhanced-performance-and-revamped-apps.1923509/#post-21997382
193: [01:46:37] <helenclarko> zippy, Probably millions or more by now
194: [01:48:45] <LimRes> Ok so if anyone is wondering.... you can't use Dropzone and expect it to write the relationships, you still have to do it manually on form submission. But it rocks anyway.
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196: [01:49:49] <zippy> LimRes: you sure?
197: [01:50:17] <Colin[pi]> yeah that doesn't sound very UncleCheesey
198: [01:50:38] <zippy> FileAttachmentField::create('MyFile', 'Upload a file')
199: [01:50:45] <zippy> you setting the relation right int he field name?
200: [01:50:55] <zippy> you understand my excellent typing skills?
201: [01:52:06] <zippy> https://silverstripe.logged.nz/index.php?date=2015-06-25#log_1681345
202: [01:52:17] <zippy> so from the sounds of it, you drag up the images, and then save to submit the 'overall' form
203: [01:52:41] <zippy> yea, read down the next 10~ lines
204: [01:57:32] <Zauberfisch> terryapodaca: sorry, I letf right after the other day
205: [01:57:36] <Zauberfisch> you needed something?
206: [02:00:30] <LimRes> yeah right? it is not cheesy, so it must be me
207: [02:00:53] <LimRes> I know that the relation is all good, because it is loading existing objects
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209: [02:01:53] <LimRes> I'd love not to require a submit, but that doesn't look to be an option
210: [02:02:17] <LimRes> but if you just do form->saveInto($object), it doesn't write the relationships
211: [02:05:17] <LimRes> correction, when you do form->saveInto($object) THEN $object->write() it doesn't add the objectID to the has_one file-side of the has_many
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213: [02:06:15] <LimRes> there is no "add(" to be found in his code outside of the js
214: [02:06:28] <LimRes> nor "write("
215: [02:06:50] <LimRes> so I don't know how it would be doing it out of the box
216: [02:07:05] <LimRes> mine's working anyway - it's trivial to add
217: [02:07:31] <LimRes> and remove based on the field contents
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219: [02:09:42] <irogue> afternoon ladies and gents
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221: [02:10:12] <novaweb> yeow
222: [02:10:30] <Zauberfisch> whats the best way to do a 1 text field modal input in the cms?
223: [02:11:14] <novaweb> why modal?
224: [02:11:17] * wmk quit (Ping timeout: 244 seconds)
225: [02:11:18] <Zauberfisch> just promt()?
226: [02:11:18] <DanaeNZ> hey irogue got internet yet
227: [02:11:24] <irogue> DanaeNZ: nope
228: [02:11:28] <DanaeNZ> neither
229: [02:11:30] <irogue> 6th october apparently
230: [02:11:31] <DanaeNZ> :<
231: [02:11:38] <DanaeNZ> 9th october for me for a survey
232: [02:11:43] <DanaeNZ> which means god knows what
233: [02:11:46] <irogue> oh shit only survey
234: [02:11:47] <irogue> ages away
235: [02:11:52] <DanaeNZ> waahhh
236: [02:11:57] <DanaeNZ> what does a survey even mean
237: [02:11:59] <irogue> my survey was >1mo ago
238: [02:12:11] <DanaeNZ> i have fibre sitting outside my door
239: [02:12:17] <DanaeNZ> what do they even need to survey
240: [02:12:21] <spronk> nips time
241: [02:12:21] <spronk> >:D
242: [02:12:22] <Zauberfisch> novaweb: it's a magic button. that creats a bunch of data objects when you press it, but it needs to know a name for it
243: [02:12:23] <irogue> fucked if i know
244: [02:12:24] <irogue> Chorus are shit
245: [02:12:31] <DanaeNZ> i'm so sad
246: [02:12:41] <DanaeNZ> i want my fucken internet
247: [02:12:45] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: ... do you.... do you still not have it?
248: [02:12:47] <Zauberfisch> novaweb: and because of this kind of 1 time event of pressing that button, I don't want to have a permanent text field
249: [02:12:47] * spronk finally has an actual date for UFB to be here by!
250: [02:12:51] <spronk> April 2016!
251: [02:13:08] * zippy quit (Quit: My MacBook has gone to sleep. ZZZzzz…)
252: [02:13:11] <antmas> spronk: May 2016 for us now apparently.... but we're moving before then :P
253: [02:13:32] <Colin[pi]> antmas: haha I'm moving and I'm STILL fucked for decent internet
254: [02:13:34] <Colin[pi]> STRAYA
255: [02:13:49] <irogue> Colin[pi]: just move to Wellington
256: [02:14:35] <irogue> SphereSilver is
257: [02:14:35] <Colin[pi]> irogue: probably would be more likely than me getting decent internet :P
258: [02:15:05] <Colin[pi]> is he working for SS now?
259: [02:17:26] <irogue> will be
260: [02:17:48] <Colin[pi]> no wai!
261: [02:17:49] <Colin[pi]> that's cool
262: [02:18:00] <DanaeNZ> Colin[pi]: nope no internet whatsoever
263: [02:18:05] <DanaeNZ> I'm going insane
264: [02:18:20] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: jesus wept, how long has it been now??
265: [02:18:44] <DanaeNZ> I moved a couple months ago but ordered it a couple weeks before that
266: [02:19:04] <Colin[pi]> ...
267: [02:19:05] <Colin[pi]> wow
268: [02:19:24] <spronk> hey Colin[pi]
269: [02:19:24] <DanaeNZ> I might go begging for internet
270: [02:19:26] <antmas> yeah that is pretty terrible
271: [02:19:29] <spronk> you can always buy a few hundred pidgeons
272: [02:19:31] <spronk> IPoAC!
273: [02:19:42] <antmas> DanaeNZ: they should really credit you with those months you've missed out on
274: [02:19:42] <DanaeNZ> I'll go to my old flat and finish all my torrents
275: [02:19:45] <Colin[pi]> spronk: still a better speed than my current provider
276: [02:19:50] <spronk> hey man
277: [02:19:56] <DanaeNZ> antmas: that'd be nice :<
278: [02:19:59] <spronk> don't underestaimate the speed of a pidgeon carrying high density flash
279: [02:20:08] <helenclarko> DanaeNZ, Have you got one of these devices yet? http://i.imgur.com/EiERt6q.png
280: [02:20:11] <spronk> i figure a pidgeon could carry what... 1TB of SD?
281: [02:20:16] <antmas> helenclarko: LOL
282: [02:20:19] <antmas> you bastard
283: [02:20:19] <DanaeNZ> nooo helenclarko I HATE YOU
284: [02:20:26] <Colin[pi]> lololol
285: [02:20:30] <Colin[pi]> that's like 4 now right?
286: [02:20:34] <DanaeNZ> I trust no one
287: [02:20:35] <antmas> 5
288: [02:20:39] <DanaeNZ> yeah that's 5
289: [02:20:41] <Colin[pi]> oh really? LOL
290: [02:20:42] <DanaeNZ> oh nooo
291: [02:20:46] <DanaeNZ> I get free chicken in a can
292: [02:20:48] <Colin[pi]> you win a free Shakira butthole!
293: [02:20:54] <antmas> o.O
294: [02:20:57] <DanaeNZ> :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :(
295: [02:21:15] <antmas> I've never seen chicken in a can at the super markets
296: [02:21:20] <spronk> rly?
297: [02:21:21] <spronk> its everywhere
298: [02:21:23] <spronk> and fucking weird.
299: [02:21:26] <spronk> kinda... wet
300: [02:21:28] <antmas> and I have looked INTENSLY after #chickenbuttgate
301: [02:21:39] <Colin[pi]> I've never seen either
302: [02:21:46] <Colin[pi]> thought it was a merkin thing
303: [02:21:52] <Colin[pi]> they put everything in cans
304: [02:22:16] <antmas> they even put beer cans in chicken to cook them!
305: [02:22:26] <antmas> chickencanception
306: [02:22:27] <Colin[pi]> antmas: wait what?
307: [02:22:43] <antmas> Colin[pi]: beer can chicken, you not heard of that?
308: [02:22:45] <helenclarko> Can in a chicken in a can?
309: [02:22:47] <Colin[pi]> nope!
310: [02:23:02] <antmas> it's actually amazing
311: [02:23:03] <Colin[pi]> is it exactly as it sounds?
312: [02:23:09] <antmas> lol yes
313: [02:23:15] <Colin[pi]> o_O
314: [02:23:18] <antmas> shove a beer can in the butt of chicken and cook lol
315: [02:23:23] <Colin[pi]> but... ok
316: [02:23:25] <Colin[pi]> like
317: [02:23:29] <Colin[pi]> does the can explode?
318: [02:23:35] <antmas> LOL no
319: [02:23:39] <antmas> you open it of course
320: [02:23:42] <Colin[pi]> oh
321: [02:23:43] <Colin[pi]> OH
322: [02:23:46] <antmas> the moisture from the beer flavours the chicken
323: [02:23:53] <Colin[pi]> I thought I meant a full can, closed
324: [02:23:56] <Colin[pi]> *it
325: [02:23:58] <antmas> LOL
326: [02:24:00] <antmas> that would be epic
327: [02:24:05] <antmas> but I wonder
328: [02:24:08] <antmas> if anyone
329: [02:24:08] <Colin[pi]> I was picturing these chickens fucking exploding like mini nukes
330: [02:24:17] <antmas> has made beer can chicken out of chicken in a can?
331: [02:24:27] <Colin[pi]> >_
332: [02:24:31] <Colin[pi]> ok that's deep
333: [02:24:43] <antmas> ok I have to leave for the super market
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335: [02:24:56] <helenclarko> If the can exploded, it would look like this gif I have.
336: [02:25:02] <Colin[pi]> he's gone to get canned chicken
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351: [03:05:42] <LimRes> Well I have tomorrow off to celebrate my son's 5th birthday. So thank you all you wonderfulll SS Peeps, and have a wonder filled weekend. And don't forget to open the can before you stick it in the chickens butt.
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353: [03:06:30] <helenclarko> LimRes, Reminds me of this time... http://i.imgur.com/EiERt6q.png
354: [03:07:18] <DanaeNZ> SIX TIMES REALLY
355: [03:07:20] <DanaeNZ> SIX
356: [03:07:21] <DanaeNZ> TIMES
357: [03:07:35] <helenclarko> DanaeNZ, You didnt just click it again.
358: [03:07:37] <spronk> thats how man..
359: [03:07:38] <spronk> waiit
360: [03:07:39] <spronk> TMI
361: [03:07:42] <DanaeNZ> i did :<
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363: [03:08:17] <helenclarko> I think you can safely assume any link I post today is chickenbutt.
364: [03:08:35] <helenclarko> Except for my next link
365: [03:08:42] <helenclarko> Anyone use https://github.com/silverstripe-australia/silverstripe-eventmanagement
366: [03:08:59] <helenclarko> ^^^ Not Chickenbutt.
367: [03:09:14] <DanaeNZ> hahahahah NICE TRY
368: [03:09:28] <helenclarko> DanaeNZ, Lol, you got me.
369: [03:09:41] <DanaeNZ> nah I've been looking for an events module
370: [03:10:43] <helenclarko> DanaeNZ, I have one which I rebuilt from 2.4 to work with 3.1
371: [03:11:07] <helenclarko> Doesnt look as good as the one above.
372: [03:11:14] * wmk quit (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
373: [03:12:46] <helenclarko> SilverStripe Event Management Module will hand payments, email reminders and ticketing.
374: [03:13:20] <helenclarko> I dont really need the ticketing, but its still a cool feature.
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376: [03:14:34] <DanaeNZ> gimme something that handles all the dates and recurring events
377: [03:14:36] <DanaeNZ> then I'll be happy
378: [03:14:37] <DanaeNZ> haha
379: [03:17:43] <helenclarko> DanaeNZ, True that. Currently I have to create a new page (events page) for each event. I can at least duplicate pages for the same location, but still time consuming.
380: [03:19:36] <Colin[pi]> COFFEE TIEMS
381: [03:22:13] <DanaeNZ> jelly
382: [03:22:17] <DanaeNZ> wait no not really
383: [03:22:18] <DanaeNZ> i got cider
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385: [03:22:22] <Colin[pi]> :O
386: [03:27:42] <zippy> spronk: well... the wifes laptop progress bar said 'error' once it had finished downloading the 6gb, looks like it has to start again or something
387: [03:27:48] <spronk> :|
388: [03:29:15] <Colin[pi]> zippy: fffffuuuuuuu
389: [03:29:39] <zippy> Colin[pi]: sall good, I am on fibre so not a biggie... would suck to be you thou, wouldn't that take a few days?
390: [03:32:02] <Colin[pi]> zippy: at the absolute maximum I get, it would take 3.5 hours
391: [03:33:32] <zippy> 4 mbit?
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393: [03:33:42] <zippy> 3.5..
394: [03:33:52] <Colin[pi]> abour 3.5-4mbit yeah :P
395: [03:33:55] <Colin[pi]> that's the best I get
396: [03:34:07] <zippy> if it well full speed balls to the wall.. 8 minutes
397: [03:34:12] <Colin[pi]> 500Kb/sec or so
398: [03:34:12] <zippy> shame it's a bit overloaded atm
399: [03:34:21] * Colin[pi] cries
400: [03:34:40] <zippy> maybe I should upgrade to the 200mbit plan...
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405: [03:42:30] <zippy> time to go drink some beer
406: [03:42:36] <Colin[pi]> zippy :D
407: [03:42:38] <helenclarko> BYE
408: [03:42:39] <Colin[pi]> enjoy
409: [03:42:42] <zippy> I will
410: [03:42:50] <irogue> zippy: starting early today eh
411: [03:43:16] <zippy> irogue yeap
412: [03:43:31] <zippy> irogue: just installed osx on other laptop... got a sad mac face -> http://i.imgur.com/EiERt6q.png
413: [03:43:44] <helenclarko> Nice try
414: [03:44:19] <helenclarko> Oh I see, Nevermind
415: [03:44:49] <zippy> helenclarko: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExcwJsxhnWg :)
416: [03:45:01] <helenclarko> zippy, Is that a new thing?
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419: [03:48:16] <DanaeNZ> i knew what is was
420: [03:48:18] <DanaeNZ> but
421: [03:48:20] <DanaeNZ> i still clicked
422: [03:48:27] <DanaeNZ> i tried to convince myself
423: [03:48:32] <DanaeNZ> it wasn't chickenbutt
424: [03:48:37] <Colin[pi]> http://rewindimgur.com/EiERt6q.gif
425: [03:48:48] <Colin[pi]> like a vacuum
426: [03:49:00] <DanaeNZ> no way am I clicknig that somg
427: [03:49:03] <helenclarko> Thats excellent!
428: [03:49:08] <helenclarko> It eats it!
429: [03:49:39] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: you know you want to
430: [03:49:51] <helenclarko> I watched it twice.
431: [03:50:10] <DanaeNZ> siiick
432: [03:50:14] <DanaeNZ> not
433: [03:50:15] <DanaeNZ> clicking
434: [03:50:23] <DanaeNZ> reverse chickenbutt is still chickenbutt
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436: [03:55:08] <helenclarko> So I almost paid money for this today, http://goo.gl/wRhVYu Can anybody give me any idea of the Specs I'll need to run this.
437: [03:55:26] <Colin[pi]> -_-
438: [03:56:18] <helenclarko> And now we wait.
439: [03:58:22] <DanaeNZ> NOOOOOOO
440: [04:00:20] <helenclarko> DanaeNZ, 1 or 2 Ghz?
441: [04:00:38] <DanaeNZ> chickentbuttGHz
442: [04:01:12] <helenclarko> Alright, I'm out!
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444: [04:01:36] <DanaeNZ> TAKE YOUR CHICKENBUTT AND LEAVE
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448: [04:08:42] <Colin[pi]> hmm should I put code for generating a PDF in the controller or in the model?
449: [04:10:24] <DanaeNZ> I usually chuck that shit in the controller, cos usually you're sending the file with the response right?
450: [04:10:32] <DanaeNZ> prolly doesn't matte
451: [04:10:32] <DanaeNZ> r
452: [04:10:39] <Colin[pi]> yeah, it needs to clear requirements and renderWith() as well
453: [04:10:43] <Colin[pi]> so I guess contoller
454: [04:10:44] <Colin[pi]> +r
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456: [04:25:19] <DanaeNZ> productive day was productive
457: [04:25:22] <DanaeNZ> _b
458: [04:25:47] <Colin[pi]> \o/
459: [04:26:00] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: same here, dem deadlibes
460: [04:26:01] <Colin[pi]> *lines
461: [04:26:12] <Colin[pi]> did basically a whole project in like 3 days ;P
462: [04:26:12] <DanaeNZ> my deadlines are scary
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464: [04:26:18] <DanaeNZ> good shit
465: [04:26:38] <DanaeNZ> i gotta integrate with a weird booking system API in like a couple weeks
466: [04:26:41] <DanaeNZ> h mmmm
467: [04:26:46] <Colin[pi]> sounds fun o_O
468: [04:26:51] <DanaeNZ> bleh
469: [04:27:11] <DanaeNZ> should probably right tests I suppose
470: [04:27:14] <DanaeNZ> write8
471: [04:27:16] <DanaeNZ> *
472: [04:27:22] <DanaeNZ> rekt
473: [04:27:52] <Colin[pi]> SS is awesome sometimes, I'm rebuilding an old site I worked on years ago, has a db of people with like 3,800 records... I remember it took me weeks before to build
474: [04:28:05] <Colin[pi]> I had the whole thing rebuilt with modeladmin gui in like 2 hours lol
475: [04:32:47] <DanaeNZ> niiiceeee
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494: [07:05:39] <Zauberfisch> I need to allow a user to select multiple items from a large list of DataObjects
495: [07:05:46] <Zauberfisch> any recommendations what field I should use?
496: [07:06:08] <Zauberfisch> options I have thought of so far:
497: [07:06:24] <Zauberfisch> - DropdownField (meh, shows to little information)
498: [07:06:42] <Zauberfisch> - GridField with javascript select stuff
499: [07:06:59] <Zauberfisch> any other ideas what I could try?
500: [07:20:16] <Mike123> Morning :)
501: [07:21:04] <Mike123> Zauberfisch , maybe ListBoxField ?
502: [07:21:28] <Mike123> if i understood u well :)
503: [07:22:14] <Zauberfisch> but isn't that also limited to just the Title of the data object?
504: [07:27:21] <wmk> Zauberfisch, you can pass any information to a dropdown
505: [07:27:34] <wmk> just generate the array the way you want
506: [07:27:47] <Zauberfisch> yeah, sure. but passing 10 fields into a dropdown will not make it more user friendly
507: [07:28:07] <Zauberfisch> 100+ items with 10 fields each
508: [07:29:19] <wmk> ok
509: [07:29:37] <wmk> frontend or backend?
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512: [07:38:06] <Zauberfisch> well
513: [07:38:08] <Zauberfisch> backend
514: [07:38:21] <Zauberfisch> but custom
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517: [08:00:02] <r3v3rb> morning all
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519: [08:05:17] <wmk> Zauberfisch, backend... some grid with filter?
520: [08:05:38] <Zauberfisch> yeah, GridField is what I have right now, but I am not super happy with it
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524: [08:10:47] <r3v3rb> morning lozzer (kinglozzer )
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528: [08:16:42] <NETim> Why would a modeladmin not show an import option?
529: [08:17:05] <wmk> NETim, disabled?
530: [08:17:43] <kinglozzer> o/ r3v3rb
531: [08:17:52] <kinglozzer> \o wmk
532: [08:17:58] <kinglozzer> o/ NETim
533: [08:17:59] <wmk> kinglozzer, ☺/
534: [08:18:02] <kinglozzer> \o everyone else
535: [08:18:02] <kinglozzer> ;D
536: [08:19:21] <NETim> wmk, model_importers?
537: [08:20:11] <wmk> NETim, $showImportForm = true;
538: [08:21:01] <NETim> wmk, thanks. For some reason, there was a line that blanked the model_importers.
539: [08:21:10] <wmk> https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/blob/0b5a57389b099ad95e32285a959d622be2cf4a9a/admin/code/ModelAdmin.php#L65
540: [08:21:35] <wmk> ah, nice.
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542: [08:21:38] <wmk> didn't know that feature
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547: [08:42:37] <NETim_> wmk, glad i could help.
548: [08:42:44] <wmk> *G*
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550: [08:42:54] <wmk> that's why we're here...
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552: [08:48:48] <kinglozzer> Woo, we're officially SilverStripe partners :D
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555: [08:54:17] <wmk> congrats kinglozzer
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561: [09:33:33] <swaiba> kinglozzer well done :)
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563: [09:42:22] <zippy> Whats a good module for editing a table?
564: [09:42:42] <zippy> On my page I want to have a table, with 3 columns and 6 rows which the pages will have
565: [09:42:50] <zippy> don't realllyyy want to have 20 text fields
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568: [09:46:14] <zippy> maybe a gridfield with inline editing... maybe..
569: [09:48:28] <swaiba> zippy then maybe girdfieldextensions, as that has inline editting
570: [09:51:21] <wmk> zippy, some kind of block content module?
571: [09:52:01] <wmk> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JvodD2L9K4b4hIrq1lTKb1Mpky5pgoOY0fElgKrrgq8/edit#gid=0
572: [09:52:07] <wmk> or just a bunch of shortcodes
573: [10:04:04] <swaiba> do you know if any of those are going to become a "standard" with silverstripe? or if there is a "chosen one" already
574: [10:04:12] <swaiba> I recall see something ont he dev list months ago
575: [10:05:57] <zippy> not a block editing module
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582: [10:35:53] <ss-helper> Pyablak: Welcome to #silverstripe! Please ask your questions but don't leave too soon, we are a busy lot.
583: [10:37:57] <zippy> Pyablak: must be nice to be welcomed every time like that..
584: [10:38:25] <Pyablak> Yup
585: [10:38:31] <Pyablak> Makes me feel like I've got friends :D
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587: [10:54:42] <kinglozzer> Hahaha this is gold http://www.phpied.com/how-to-write-unmaintainable-php-code-2009/
588: [10:55:02] <kinglozzer> “Write PHP that creates JavaScript that creates HTML with inline styles. If asked, call this pattern "encapsulation"”
589: [11:00:11] <zippy> looks like it's been hugged to death
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593: [11:22:13] <wmk> swaiba, dunno if it's acually one choosen.
594: [11:22:57] <swaiba> well I was forced to make a "widget system" 2 years ago and right now I'd prefer to drop that for one commercially supported by SS
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597: [11:30:53] <wmk> commerially?
598: [11:31:00] <wmk> or officially supported?
599: [11:31:19] <wmk> germany's next top model: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSAqTdc-Y2g&feature=youtu.be #summacumlauge
600: [11:32:41] <swaiba> preferably commericial supported (as per latest blog post), but next best is officially supported wmk
601: [11:33:20] <swaiba> as I'm moving sites to the SS Platform, anything SS supports, lowers our support costs
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606: [11:40:36] <ss-helper> Pyablark: Welcome to #silverstripe! Please ask your questions but don't leave too soon, we are a busy lot.
607: [11:40:39] <Pyablark> hahahahaah wmk
608: [11:41:00] <Pyablark> on the other hand, videos crash my connection :<
609: [11:41:00] <wmk> sooooo bad
610: [11:41:09] <wmk> Pyablark, and i wondered where you've been
611: [11:41:37] <Pyablark> don't laugengebäck in anger.
612: [11:41:40] <Pyablark> amazing, haaha
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626: [13:20:22] <wmk> is it save to put a png in an email template?
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628: [13:28:35] <NETim> Why would SS still be outputting PHP notices when set to live?
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634: [13:37:50] <swaiba> NETim shouldn't I think, you could check by debugging the error_reporting calls made by SS
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636: [13:39:26] <NETim> swaiba, let's assume I'm not sure how to do that...
637: [13:40:39] <swaiba> grep for "error_reporting" in "framework", put debugging around each call and see what they are doing
638: [13:44:13] <NETim> Thanks. Still finding new bits of the framework, never sure if there is something hidden that does the job.
639: [13:45:20] <slievr> has anyone encountered this before
640: [13:45:20] <slievr> http://pastebin.com/n78HJq7Y
641: [13:45:32] <slievr> happened when making a new install
642: [13:46:31] <swaiba> NETim could easily be a better way, that just how I'd go about it
643: [13:47:24] <swaiba> slievr it looks like it is reading it as text, like php is disabled in the htaccess or something
644: [13:48:36] <slievr> swaiba: awesome thx
645: [13:50:26] <wmk> anyone still having problems with composer? http://www.slideshare.net/rdohms/composer-the-right-way-phpjhb15
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655: [15:34:06] <muskie9> is this expected behavior for filtering? I used the technique UC used in the building a search form lesson, only difference is I have a filterByCallback as the last filter: https://gist.github.com/muskie9/474df7b261d2b4de39fa
656: [15:40:46] <muskie9> actually this seems to be more of a URL encode/decode issue than a filter issue... my GET var value has %2B%2526%2B the first time filtered, then if filtered again it gets changed to +%26+
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659: [15:59:38] <Zauberfisch> god damn it
660: [15:59:47] <Zauberfisch> I hate the HtmlEditorField
661: [16:00:14] <Zauberfisch> seems to be buggy when you put it into a dialog box popup thingyh
662: [16:00:16] <Zauberfisch> -h
663: [16:00:22] <Zauberfisch> even though it's an iframe
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665: [16:07:43] <terryapodaca> Zauberfisch: hasn't that always been an issue?
666: [16:07:51] <Zauberfisch> idk
667: [16:08:10] <Zauberfisch> it's been a while since I used HtmlEditorField outside of it's normal place
668: [16:08:13] <Zauberfisch> last time was 2.4
669: [16:08:38] <terryapodaca> UncleCheese always warned us about putting the HtmlEditorField in his DOM module, and yeah, that was back in 2.4
670: [16:08:50] <terryapodaca> I just figured it would still be an issue in 3+
671: [16:15:58] * samlander has joined #silverstripe
672: [16:16:01] <samlander> good day folks
673: [16:16:56] <samlander> so i just ran into a really unusally bug, hoping someone can help out
674: [16:17:28] <samlander> im using the silverstripe-shortcodes addon for vimeo and youtube, however i've noticed that it doesnt parse the shortcodes in https, only in http.. what in the actual... XD
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676: [16:28:24] <samlander> the point however is that the code is just straight shortcode processing, why in heck would a shortcode fail just because it's https
677: [16:29:59] <Zauberfisch> terryapodaca: well, with the module of UncleCheese it was ok
678: [16:30:17] <Zauberfisch> terryapodaca: but now it's a silverstripe built in feature (the dialog)
679: [16:31:02] <terryapodaca> Zauberfisch: right, so it shouldn't have issues
680: [16:31:03] <Zauberfisch> also, the dialog is an iframe. so I am confused why it would not work, there shouldn't be any "interferences"
681: [16:31:12] <terryapodaca> bad bad SilverStripe
682: [16:31:15] <Zauberfisch> indeed
683: [16:31:22] <Zauberfisch> I blame ss-helper
684: [16:31:25] <Zauberfisch> fail
685: [16:31:28] <Zauberfisch> ss23
686: [16:31:31] <Zauberfisch> your fault!
687: [16:32:24] <terryapodaca> lol
688: [16:32:56] <Zauberfisch> this really sucks D:
689: [16:33:10] <terryapodaca> I bet someone has a workaround for you
690: [16:38:59] <samlander> jesus i must be the first person in history to have this problem i cant find anything on google :/
691: [16:40:32] <Zauberfisch> samlander: sounds strange
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693: [16:40:45] <Zauberfisch> samlander: module link?
694: [16:41:10] <samlander> https://github.com/studiobonito/silverstripe-shortcodes
695: [16:41:26] <terryapodaca> samlander: you might want to contact the module owner/maintainer and see if this is an isolated issue
696: [16:41:34] <samlander> looking at the _config and the .php the code is pretty simple
697: [16:41:45] <samlander> it just doesnt make sense to me why it's not parsing under https
698: [16:43:07] <Zauberfisch> samlander: looking at the code, I am not sure it is even suppose to support http
699: [16:43:20] <Zauberfisch> as far as I can tell, you are suppose to specify just the youtube ID
700: [16:43:24] <Zauberfisch> without http or http
701: [16:43:33] <samlander> not the vid link
702: [16:43:35] <samlander> the page link
703: [16:43:43] <samlander> http://www.mypage.com/blah works
704: [16:43:46] <Zauberfisch> ah
705: [16:43:47] <Zauberfisch> I see
706: [16:43:59] <samlander> https://www.myapge.com/blah shows [vimeo id=1324556][/vimeo]
707: [16:44:05] <samlander> it's straight up the shortcode parser failing
708: [16:44:30] <Zauberfisch> ah
709: [16:44:31] <Zauberfisch> I see
710: [16:44:42] <Zauberfisch> I believe the parser is fine
711: [16:44:45] <Zauberfisch> the problem is the template
712: [16:44:55] <Zauberfisch> https://github.com/studiobonito/silverstripe-shortcodes/blob/master/templates/YouTube.ss#L2
713: [16:45:11] <Zauberfisch> the youtube template embeds the youtube video using https
714: [16:45:14] <Zauberfisch> but the vimeo template
715: [16:45:21] <Zauberfisch> https://github.com/studiobonito/silverstripe-shortcodes/blob/master/templates/Vimeo.ss#L2
716: [16:45:24] <Zauberfisch> uses http
717: [16:45:34] <terryapodaca> yep
718: [16:45:40] <samlander> ah ha
719: [16:45:41] <Zauberfisch> so you have an http iframe on a https site, which will be denined by the borwser
720: [16:45:43] <terryapodaca> that's what I was just about to say
721: [16:45:47] <samlander> you rock mate.
722: [16:45:52] <samlander> cheers
723: [16:45:59] <Zauberfisch> samlander: what you need to do:
724: [16:46:07] <Zauberfisch> 1) open an issue on the module
725: [16:46:16] <Zauberfisch> or maybe even a pull request
726: [16:46:42] <terryapodaca> Yep, and take note that module hasn't been touched in 2 years
727: [16:46:55] <Zauberfisch> 2) if you want to fix it for your site fast, then create a template "Vimeo.ss" in your theme or mysite folder and copy the file content from the module and fix it there
728: [16:47:25] <Zauberfisch> silverstripe will give a file from your theme folder or mysite folder hihjer priority and thus "overwrite" the template
729: [17:11:33] <samlander> thanks guys
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731: [18:05:07] <terryapodaca> Zauberfisch: you still there?
732: [18:28:10] * muskie9 has joined #silverstripe
733: [18:39:17] <Zauberfisch> terryapodaca: yes
734: [18:39:51] <terryapodaca> http://ag.cultivateapps.com/
735: [18:40:04] <terryapodaca> at the very bottom where I have the google map iframe
736: [18:40:15] <terryapodaca> do you know why there is "white space" under the map?
737: [18:40:30] <terryapodaca> when I inspect, it doesn't show me anything...like an image does
738: [18:40:54] <Zauberfisch> terryapodaca: because the iframe is not display block
739: [18:42:31] <terryapodaca> k, that got it
740: [18:42:35] <terryapodaca> thanks
741: [18:42:56] <terryapodaca> so it is like img, expects space for characters below the line like "j" or "p"
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743: [18:57:11] <ss-helper> How to check which SilverStripe CMS and Framework is running (Besides hovering over logo in admin view)? - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/32894795/how-to-check-which-silverstripe-cms-and-framework-is-running-besides-hovering-o
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747: [19:32:03] <terryapodaca> Does SS 3.1.14 not offer to delete or notify the install.php file needs to be deleted?
748: [19:32:10] <terryapodaca> I kind of expected it
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750: [19:34:04] <RyanPotter> Sup
751: [19:34:14] <terryapodaca> Sup
752: [19:34:22] <muskie9> o/
753: [19:34:31] <RyanPotter> How's nz, guys?#
754: [19:34:57] <RyanPotter> Oh good, no 3.2 yet.
755: [19:35:05] <RyanPotter> don't have to do much catch up.
756: [19:35:54] * DanaeNZ has joined #silverstripe
757: [19:36:08] <RyanPotter> DanaeNZ: aye, gurl
758: [19:37:37] <muskie9> so urlencode will do %20 or + for spaces?
759: [19:38:21] <adrexia> RyanPotter no longer here then? :D
760: [19:38:24] <RyanPotter> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1634271/url-encoding-the-space-character-or-20
761: [19:38:40] <RyanPotter> adrexia: been travelling around Europe for the last month
762: [19:38:42] <muskie9> and does SS automagically decode that when using ->getVar()
763: [19:38:51] <adrexia> lol Fridays. Music has been turned right up
764: [19:38:58] <adrexia> I think it's even metal
765: [19:39:08] <RyanPotter> adrexia:good. Gooood.
766: [19:39:19] <adrexia> RyanPotter ahh... I've been in the US for about that time :D
767: [19:39:24] <adrexia> got back Tuesday
768: [19:39:38] <RyanPotter> adrexia: Cool, just a holiday?
769: [19:39:42] <adrexia> yeah
770: [19:39:44] <RyanPotter> nic
771: [19:39:45] <adrexia> Brewery tour ;)
772: [19:39:46] <RyanPotter> nice
773: [19:39:47] <muskie9> thnx for the link RyanPotter
774: [19:40:11] <adrexia> how was Eurpoe?
775: [19:40:15] <adrexia> or ..is
776: [19:40:20] <RyanPotter> Still goood.
777: [19:40:22] <RyanPotter> Expensive.
778: [19:40:26] <adrexia> where are you now?
779: [19:40:28] <adrexia> yeah...
780: [19:40:33] * DanaeNZ quit (Ping timeout: 265 seconds)
781: [19:40:41] <adrexia> I think the next big holiday I take will be soemwhere like south america ;)
782: [19:40:46] <adrexia> so cheap there
783: [19:41:17] <adrexia> though I suppose we weren't exactly roughing it
784: [19:41:53] <RyanPotter> I've spent like 10,000 in spending money.
785: [19:42:01] <RyanPotter> Which was pretty much all alcohol.
786: [19:42:12] <adrexia> wow
787: [19:42:17] <adrexia> that's a lot :D
788: [19:42:35] <RyanPotter> Much more than I thought I would have spent.
789: [19:42:46] <RyanPotter> Off to Munich tomorrow for the last fof oktoberfest.
790: [19:42:54] <adrexia> I think I was closer to $5000, but that doesn't include all the stuff I paid for before we got there
791: [19:43:27] <RyanPotter> I was on a tour for a onth to be fair.
792: [19:43:31] <adrexia> but there were 3 of us, so some costs were shared
793: [19:43:32] <RyanPotter> Going out every night.
794: [19:43:38] * adrexia nods
795: [19:44:01] <RyanPotter> Have to be careful with my cash now, so I can get a flatt and a laptop.
796: [19:44:21] <RyanPotter> Was considering a macbook, but I need Fallout 4 in my life.
797: [19:44:59] <adrexia> I love my macbook air
798: [19:45:04] <adrexia> so portable
799: [19:45:08] <RyanPotter> So expensivee for fuck-all
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801: [19:45:36] <adrexia> cheaper than the otehrs, and as grunty as the more expensive macs
802: [19:45:46] <adrexia> just, no cd drive
803: [19:45:51] <adrexia> but who needs that anyway?
804: [19:46:17] <RyanPotter> no-one.
805: [19:46:22] <RyanPotter> but, Fallout 4...
806: [19:47:22] <adrexia> hahaha
807: [19:47:31] <RyanPotter> I neeeeeed it,
808: [19:51:07] <adrexia> http://edition.cnn.com/2015/10/01/us/oregon-college-shooting/index.html
809: [19:51:08] <adrexia> :(
810: [19:52:23] <RyanPotter> They need t stop fucking glorifying the shooters.
811: [19:52:34] <adrexia> they need to stop fucking shotting each other
812: [19:54:47] <helenclarko> Gun control!
813: [19:54:59] <helenclarko> RABBLE RABBLE RABBLE!
814: [19:56:59] * antmas has joined #silverstripe
815: [19:57:51] <antmas> morning all
816: [19:57:53] <antmas> o/
817: [19:57:58] <antmas> It's Friday :D
818: [19:58:00] <adrexia> morning
819: [19:58:25] <adrexia> apparently talking about gun control is offensive to many Americans
820: [19:58:48] <adrexia> still, this is Oregon not Texas
821: [19:59:08] <antmas> adrexia: at this point, people shouldn't care about the offence
822: [19:59:10] <muskie9> adrexia at least 1/2 find it offensive, because... just because
823: [19:59:22] <adrexia> yep
824: [19:59:59] <adrexia> because easy access to guns isn't even a small part of the problem - people kill people, or something
825: [20:00:11] <antmas> LOL
826: [20:00:17] <antmas> I love that argument
827: [20:00:28] <adrexia> its surely just a coincidence that they use guns more often than not
828: [20:00:34] <antmas> 2 people die each year in Japan due to gun-related homicides
829: [20:00:36] <antmas> 2 PEOPLE
830: [20:00:40] * adrexia nods
831: [20:00:51] <antmas> 10 just died in the last 2 hours in USS
832: [20:00:53] <antmas> US*
833: [20:01:01] <adrexia> Americans are pretty scared of each otehr
834: [20:01:06] <antmas> mm
835: [20:01:17] <muskie9> http://i.imgur.com/2IqL5gc.jpg
836: [20:01:44] <adrexia> the creepy airport advertisments probably don't help
837: [20:02:04] <adrexia> "your safety is our top priority"
838: [20:02:21] * RyanPotter has joined #silverstripe
839: [20:02:26] <antmas> I think if the arugments get so out of hand when it goes to congress, it will go to civil war
840: [20:02:30] <adrexia> "if you see a suitcase unattended, please call 911"
841: [20:02:31] <antmas> so be it if it does
842: [20:02:34] <antmas> that country is fucked
843: [20:02:55] <adrexia> I was scarede to leave my luggage more than a few feet form me in case soemone freaked out and thought it was unattended
844: [20:02:56] <adrexia> ;)
845: [20:03:03] <antmas> lol yeah
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848: [20:03:36] <antmas> my friend's brother was arrested last month for leaving his man-bag like 15ft away from him while waiting for coffee at LAX
849: [20:03:47] <RyanPotter> antmas: thhat's dumb.
850: [20:03:53] <antmas> RyanPotter: :O
851: [20:03:55] <antmas> RYAN
852: [20:03:59] <RyanPotter> Hey :)
853: [20:04:03] <antmas> hey!
854: [20:04:04] <antmas> o/
855: [20:04:12] <RyanPotter> \o
856: [20:04:20] <antmas> RyanPotter: don't leave us again
857: [20:04:22] <RyanPotter> What's new?
858: [20:04:28] <RyanPotter> How's the new job?
859: [20:04:35] <antmas> new job?
860: [20:04:49] <RyanPotter> Weren't you joining UncleCheese?
861: [20:05:11] <antmas> RyanPotter: naw, wouldn't have been able to do the commute with the family
862: [20:05:18] <RyanPotter> Aww, badluck.
863: [20:05:23] <antmas> :)
864: [20:05:30] <antmas> RyanPotter: how's the contiki?
865: [20:05:39] <RyanPotter> Zauberfisch: All ready for European meetup?
866: [20:05:45] <RyanPotter> It was good, I'm so sick though.
867: [20:05:51] <RyanPotter> Was amazing.
868: [20:05:57] <RyanPotter> So many countries.
869: [20:06:02] <antmas> RyanPotter: lol did you pick up swamp ass via weird food?
870: [20:06:17] <RyanPotter> One day, but I had immonium
871: [20:06:44] <antmas> blegh
872: [20:06:59] <antmas> RyanPotter: we've resorted to dad jokes everyday on here
873: [20:07:06] <RyanPotter> Oh god.
874: [20:07:10] * antmas blames Danae
875: [20:07:14] <RyanPotter> I'll have to rope you all back in.
876: [20:07:21] <RyanPotter> I'll have to rope you all back in.
877: [20:07:28] <RyanPotter> I do leave for Germany tomorrow though.
878: [20:07:44] <RyanPotter> Then Ireland.
879: [20:07:56] <helenclarko> RyanPotter, Yay, so while you are gone we can keep posting chickenbutt links?
880: [20:08:10] <RyanPotter> helenclarko: I started that :P
881: [20:08:16] <antmas> we got chickenbutted 5 times yesterday
882: [20:08:19] <antmas> by helenclarko
883: [20:08:21] <RyanPotter> and perpetuate it.
884: [20:08:22] <helenclarko> :)
885: [20:08:45] * novaweb quit (Remote host closed the connection)
886: [20:09:43] <helenclarko> Hmmmm, Police shot at in Auckland overnight.
887: [20:09:49] * glenn-bautista has joined #silverstripe
888: [20:10:48] * Stomach has joined #silverstripe
889: [20:11:02] <RyanPotter> Stomach: haaay
890: [20:11:03] * novaweb has joined #silverstripe
891: [20:11:18] <Stomach> hey buddy!
892: [20:11:33] <RyanPotter> Congrats oon the top 50 thing :D
893: [20:12:20] <Zauberfisch> RyanPotter: yeah, I'd say we are on a good track
894: [20:12:25] <Zauberfisch> but still some things to figure out
895: [20:12:31] <RyanPotter> Swish
896: [20:12:41] <RyanPotter> I need to come in and tour the ooffices sometime before.
897: [20:13:17] <RyanPotter> Okayy, I need to get soome dinner. Later guys.
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899: [20:29:00] <DanaeNZ> morning homies
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901: [20:34:38] <MichalKl_> oi
902: [20:34:43] * MichalKl_ is now known as MichalKleiner
903: [20:34:46] <MichalKleiner> moin
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908: [20:49:02] <adrexia> morning
909: [20:51:08] <helenclarko> Morning o/
910: [20:51:47] <samlander> yeah, this is definately a bug, where can i submit bugs in silverstripe?
911: [20:53:29] <samlander> the shortcode parser doesnt even try when it's https
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913: [20:54:38] <muskie9> samlander assuming the class is in framework it'd be here if there's not a ticket already: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/issues
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915: [20:55:18] <samlander> https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/issues/4647
916: [20:56:10] <adrexia> oh?
917: [20:56:15] <adrexia> which silverstripe verison?
918: [20:56:32] <adrexia> I swear I've used shortcodes in https before
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920: [20:57:25] <samlander> latest
921: [20:57:40] <samlander> 3.1 i think
922: [20:57:45] <micmania1> That sounds more like the browser is blocking the https rather than silverstripe nor processing it.
923: [20:57:53] <micmania1> Are there any errors in the console?
924: [20:58:20] <micmania1> My theory is that you’re trying to load http content over https which the browser won’t like.
925: [20:58:29] <MichalKleiner> shortcodes work for us on https without any problem
926: [20:59:01] <MichalKleiner> samlander: are you also talking about frontend or backend part of the site? is it the admin or front?
927: [20:59:03] <samlander> mic: single mixed content warning griping about a google font
928: [20:59:45] <samlander> that shortcode is registered in my _config.php connecting to the HandleVimeo Handler on Page_Controller
929: [20:59:58] <samlander> used in a standard content field for showing vimeo vids on my pages
930: [21:00:12] <adrexia> requesting vimeo over https?
931: [21:00:15] <samlander> yes
932: [21:00:34] <samlander> regardless, the shortcodehandler simply returns a string
933: [21:00:37] <adrexia> so the lin kin teh short code is https://vimeo... etc?
934: [21:00:41] <samlander> yes
935: [21:00:55] <muskie9> can vimeo be handled by the media button in HTMLEditorField?
936: [21:01:00] <samlander> no
937: [21:01:06] <samlander> tried that, server 500
938: [21:01:16] <adrexia> depends what you are trying to do with it :)
939: [21:01:18] <samlander> youtube works a treat though
940: [21:01:45] <samlander> what's the ss paste site again?
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942: [21:01:57] <helenclarko> !paste
943: [21:01:58] <ss-helper> Please paste your code using something like http://kopy.io/ or http://www.sspaste.com/ or https://gist.github.com/ and then paste the link here.
944: [21:02:08] <irogue> morning y'all
945: [21:02:23] <adrexia> morning
946: [21:04:11] <antmas> irogue: o/
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948: [21:05:45] <samlander> http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/560da017ea6ef
949: [21:07:50] <adrexia> iframe src='http://player.vimeo.com/video/$content"
950: [21:07:50] <adrexia>
951: [21:07:51] <samlander> so whether or not the link returned is http or https is irrelevant, because when i load the page in http:// it returns properly
952: [21:08:02] <samlander> when i load the page with https i still see my shortcode
953: [21:08:08] <adrexia> should be iframe src='//player.vimeo.com/video/$content"
954: [21:08:12] <adrexia> or https
955: [21:08:14] <samlander> regardless.
956: [21:08:24] <samlander> my shortcode should be parsed
957: [21:08:50] <samlander> not still sitting there as [vimeo]1234456[/vimeo]
958: [21:09:04] <adrexia> yeah, that's true.
959: [21:09:17] <adrexia> it should just fail to load the iframe
960: [21:09:21] <samlander> right
961: [21:09:33] <adrexia> unless its being too cleaver
962: [21:09:43] <adrexia> *clever
963: [21:09:59] <muskie9> does it matter if it's living in Page vs Page_Controller
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965: [21:10:52] <adrexia> does changing the vimeo link t5o https change anything?
966: [21:11:37] <terryapodaca> ok design/css experts
967: [21:11:53] <terryapodaca> I have a question that is probably pretty simple to you CSS Ninjas
968: [21:11:54] <terryapodaca> http://forged.wpengine.com/engineering/
969: [21:11:55] * irogue points to adrexia
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971: [21:11:59] <irogue> :P
972: [21:12:04] <adrexia> :P
973: [21:12:24] <terryapodaca> the Slide Image in the second row, needs to break out of the grid layout
974: [21:12:24] <antmas> terryapodaca: question?
975: [21:12:40] <terryapodaca> but the white text in the left side needs to stay inside the grid
976: [21:12:49] <terryapodaca> antmas: did you check my link
977: [21:13:01] <antmas> sorry, yes :P
978: [21:13:05] <adrexia> terryapodaca how far out?
979: [21:13:08] <antmas> terryapodaca: also, Vossen wheels? nice :D
980: [21:13:21] <adrexia> like, to the edge of the page?
981: [21:13:34] <terryapodaca> break out at all times, yes, to the edge of the page
982: [21:13:47] <terryapodaca> does that make sense?
983: [21:14:13] <irogue> https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=default&q=silverstripehackday&src=typd
984: [21:14:18] <adrexia> it'll require a panorma sort of image, but yep
985: [21:14:26] <adrexia> *panorama
986: [21:14:49] <terryapodaca> right now that image is constrained to the grid, but I need it to be butted up (break out of the grid) to the right side of the browser/window
987: [21:17:39] <adrexia> do you need the image to supply the height?
988: [21:17:51] <adrexia> or can you absolutely position it?
989: [21:18:14] <adrexia> could you use it as a background image for the row?
990: [21:18:25] <adrexia> ie. outside the contraint
991: [21:18:47] <terryapodaca> might have to go with the background image of the row
992: [21:18:58] <adrexia> and do some sort of before magic on The factory to give that its owb background
993: [21:19:03] <adrexia> *own
994: [21:20:04] <terryapodaca> antmas: maybe I'll get me a couple nice set from this ;)
995: [21:20:55] <antmas> terryapodaca: I'd totally take that as payment :D
996: [21:21:03] <antmas> those things are pretty damn expensive too
997: [21:21:27] <terryapodaca> yeah, they've got some money to throw around
998: [21:22:13] <antmas> irogue: dat twitch stream :D
999: [21:22:44] <irogue> lol
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1001: [21:24:02] <terryapodaca> I've needed to update my STi for a while, still rolling on Rota Grids
1002: [21:24:39] <antmas> rota grids are nice though
1003: [21:24:47] <antmas> usually vossens are heavy as
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1006: [21:29:04] <samlander> adrexia: none whatsover, the shortcode doesnt parse either way
1007: [21:30:00] <adrexia> but the youtube one is working?
1008: [21:30:36] <samlander> youtube works natively with the media button in the editor
1009: [21:30:58] <terryapodaca> http://smg.photobucket.com/user/tapodaca/media/Subaru/DCP_0070.jpg.html
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1011: [21:31:41] <adrexia> ahh, sorry, misundersttod
1012: [21:31:52] <adrexia> vimeo should work through teh media button too
1013: [21:32:02] <adrexia> it supports oembed
1014: [21:32:16] <adrexia> so if that's not working, something else is broken
1015: [21:32:43] <antmas> ugh, mysql workbench :|
1016: [21:32:53] <adrexia> does it make a difference if you move everythign into Page rtaher than if the controller?
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1018: [21:37:34] <terryapodaca> Anyone know if/why Blog module doesn't work with a default install of SS 3.1.14?
1019: [21:37:46] <terryapodaca> Fatal error: Class 'Lumberjack' not found in C:\xampp\htdocs\silverstripe\blog\code\extensions\BlogFilter.php on line 10
1020: [21:37:54] <samlander> did you install all the dependencies?
1021: [21:38:56] <muskie9> terryapodaca https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-blog/blob/2.0.5/composer.json#L10
1022: [21:40:09] <terryapodaca> what does that mean, I've never used composer
1023: [21:40:23] <muskie9> those are the modules required for the blog to work
1024: [21:40:31] <irogue> it means you also need to install the lumberjack and tagfield modules
1025: [21:40:43] <terryapodaca> well shiet
1026: [21:40:47] <muskie9> https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-lumberjack
1027: [21:41:08] <muskie9> https://github.com/silverstripe-labs/silverstripe-tagfield
1028: [21:41:24] <terryapodaca> thanks...just an FYI, it doesn't say that here: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-blog
1029: [21:41:40] <samlander> fyi read the docs
1030: [21:41:46] <samlander> same page
1031: [21:42:03] <samlander> oh wiat
1032: [21:42:04] <samlander> that's the git
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1034: [21:42:15] <samlander> no, if you'd read it from the ss addons site, it'd have told you
1035: [21:42:28] <samlander> http://addons.silverstripe.org/add-ons/silverstripe/blog
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1037: [21:43:00] <irogue> but yes, the requirements should be updated there
1038: [21:43:40] * irogue does a pull request
1039: [21:43:56] <muskie9> when did the logs get moved? https://silverstripe.logged.nz/
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1041: [21:44:30] <antmas> muskie9: a while ago
1042: [21:44:40] <antmas> wait
1043: [21:44:43] <terryapodaca> samlander: where on the addons page does it day that?
1044: [21:44:45] <antmas> no, not that long ago
1045: [21:44:57] <antmas> just when strieptheweb basically went kaput
1046: [21:45:02] <terryapodaca> the addons page says basically the same thing as the git page
1047: [21:45:20] <muskie9> terryapodaca in the Versions section
1048: [21:45:27] <muskie9> below the Readme bit
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1050: [21:45:41] <irogue> terryapodaca: sorry, its kinda expected these days that everyone's using composer, so we forget to update the readme. have done a pull request tho to get it updated.
1051: [21:45:43] <terryapodaca> ahhh, ok, I see that
1052: [21:46:15] <terryapodaca> irogue: the day I am forced to use composer for SS, I will go find another CMS
1053: [21:46:18] <irogue> but yeah addons grabs from the composer.json so will have the correct requirements
1054: [21:46:33] <irogue> terryapodaca: good luck finding one that doesn't use composer these days :P
1055: [21:46:36] <irogue> prob wordpress
1056: [21:47:08] * muskie9 still figuring out composer in our workflow 😒
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1059: [21:50:16] <terryapodaca> Not that I don't want to try/learn it, my boss hasn't approved any time or budget for me to do so
1060: [21:50:28] <samlander> depends on the host
1061: [21:50:36] <samlander> if you have console access it makes things a lot easier
1062: [21:50:48] <muskie9> that's our issue samlander
1063: [21:51:00] <terryapodaca> We use Dreamhost still
1064: [21:51:01] <muskie9> working on other hosting options
1065: [21:51:29] <muskie9> terryapodaca we moved from them to RackSpace CloudSites, but that doesn't have console access...
1066: [21:51:38] <antmas> composer can be good
1067: [21:51:41] <samlander> i wonder if my oembed issues (youtube doesnt work now either) is permissions based problems
1068: [21:51:45] <antmas> just lots of times it's slow af
1069: [21:51:53] <samlander> i have everything chowned to www-data so it should work shouldnt it
1070: [21:52:00] <muskie9> CloudSites just bumped their php versions to 5.6 and our legacy 2.4 sites went down... had to move them back to DreamHost
1071: [21:52:11] <samlander> that was nice of them
1072: [21:52:19] <samlander> top reason why i like vps > host
1073: [21:52:24] <samlander> i control the upgrade path
1074: [21:52:29] <antmas> +1
1075: [21:52:44] <samlander> and honestly for the frustration of dealing with hosts they're comparably priced
1076: [21:52:47] <muskie9> we have a DigitalOcean instance that's working well
1077: [21:52:55] <irogue> imo best to have the deployment tool do composer, grunt etc. and then just push a tar up to the server
1078: [21:53:18] <samlander> i have an arvixe vps, as well as my own ubuntu server instance i set up on a large windows vps i rent
1079: [21:53:23] <muskie9> irogue you lost me at grunt lol, things I need to read up on
1080: [21:53:39] <irogue> grunt's a tool for frontenders
1081: [21:53:42] <irogue> so i also know fuckall about it :P
1082: [21:53:52] <samlander> that instance has 128 GB ram and 3xssd hd's so i figured a vm with 4 gb of ram, 40gb hd and linux wouldnt slow anything XD
1083: [21:54:00] <samlander> nice having a block of ip's on that box
1084: [21:54:08] <muskie9> our frontend guy uses gulp
1085: [21:54:50] <muskie9> guessing it's similar
1086: [21:54:54] <antmas> grunt>gulp
1087: [21:55:03] <antmas> similar yeah
1088: [21:55:10] <antmas> well, almost identical really
1089: [21:56:04] <antmas> DanaeNZ: o/
1090: [21:56:09] <antmas> did you see Ryan on here?
1091: [21:58:02] <DanaeNZ> hiyo
1092: [21:58:04] <DanaeNZ> Nah!
1093: [21:58:12] <DanaeNZ> what's that guy up to
1094: [21:59:29] <antmas> I told him about our Dad jokes
1095: [21:59:33] <antmas> he was dissappoint
1096: [21:59:44] <antmas> he also contracted swamp ass
1097: [22:00:03] <irogue> #bad-dad-jokes on our Slack has been particularly groan-worthy today
1098: [22:00:10] <DanaeNZ> i love dad jokes
1099: [22:00:36] <antmas> colin's dad joke game is pretty strong
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1101: [22:00:51] <DanaeNZ> puns are amazing and I feel no shame laughing at them
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1104: [22:03:24] <irogue> http://iforce.co.nz/i/ymd0exig.x4o.png
1105: [22:04:08] <helenclarko> God Damn Fridays!! editing word documents today... UGH!
1106: [22:04:16] <DanaeNZ> hahahahhaaha
1107: [22:04:26] <irogue> helenclarko: join in #silverstripehackday instead :P
1108: [22:04:29] <DanaeNZ> I'm catching up on the crappy jobs
1109: [22:04:38] <antmas> DanaeNZ: me too
1110: [22:04:45] <Stomach> irogue thats not a channel
1111: [22:04:53] <irogue> its a hashtag
1112: [22:05:06] <Stomach> pssst new wave
1113: [22:05:13] <irogue> http://i.imgur.com/NSmEZcm.jpg
1114: [22:05:17] <DanaeNZ> i thought slack calls them channels
1115: [22:05:31] <terryapodaca> helenclarko: AT LEAST ITs FRIDAY FOR YOU!
1116: [22:05:36] <DanaeNZ> oooohhh
1117: [22:05:45] <helenclarko> terryapodaca, OH YEAH!!!
1118: [22:05:46] <terryapodaca> I just finished up working , 5pm Thursday
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1120: [22:06:12] <muskie9> same terryapodaca
1121: [22:06:21] <irogue> 11am friday! yay timezones!
1122: [22:06:21] <antmas> Friday I normally checkout at like 2pm
1123: [22:06:37] <antmas> after that I set my phone to 'busy' and foward it to helpdesk LOL
1124: [22:06:57] <muskie9> last month there was no such thing as friday... it seemed like monday, 18hr work days for a month straight
1125: [22:07:08] <antmas> uhg fuck that
1126: [22:07:27] <helenclarko> antmas, lol, I wonder if I can forward calls to some othe companies help desk.
1127: [22:07:28] <muskie9> client cut a month or two from the dev portion of the project cause they couldn't make up their mind, but wanted to keep the same launch date
1128: [22:07:32] <terryapodaca> I work from home, so...I basically work when I want to
1129: [22:07:52] <muskie9> terryapodaca same lol, but I'm online 9-5
1130: [22:08:00] <terryapodaca> but I have to "be available" pretty much between 10am and 4
1131: [22:08:18] <muskie9> where are you from, I'm in WI
1132: [22:09:00] <terryapodaca> ha! muskie9: I use to do the 9-6 but usually by 4pm anyone that needs to contact me are shutting down and getting ready to call it quits at 5
1133: [22:09:32] <muskie9> that's true, we've had a few clients do the friday at 4:45 needing it monday thing ugh
1134: [22:09:34] <helenclarko> antmas, "Hi I have a problem with your software program" ... ... "Uh, this is a hairdressers, I think you have the wrong number."
1135: [22:09:47] <antmas> helenclarko: lol
1136: [22:09:51] <terryapodaca> and, I made it clear that I won't be available before 10am unless otherwise discussed, then I can be there at 8 or 9, etc
1137: [22:10:01] <terryapodaca> I'm in Texas
1138: [22:10:06] <terryapodaca> btw
1139: [22:10:08] <muskie9> that's a sweet gig
1140: [22:10:09] <irogue> https://twitter.com/iRogue/status/649707491354263552
1141: [22:10:25] <helenclarko> irogue, #silverstripehackday?
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1143: [22:11:07] <irogue> helenclarko: http://www.silverstripe.org/blog/how-to-run-an-internal-hackday/
1144: [22:11:08] <DanaeNZ> oooh I have a laptop now
1145: [22:11:14] <terryapodaca> yeah, well my project manager doesn't roll into the office until 9am:ish
1146: [22:11:15] <DanaeNZ> I can participate in hackdays
1147: [22:11:35] <terryapodaca> and he doesn't really get going (after answering emails, phone messages, etc) until about 10
1148: [22:11:46] <terryapodaca> it seems to fit well with everyone's schedule
1149: [22:11:57] <muskie9> has to let the coffee kick in lol
1150: [22:12:25] <terryapodaca> plus, my PM shelters me from the clients, so if the call late (on any day) he knows it won't get done until the next day
1151: [22:12:42] <terryapodaca> except for "emergencies", he has my cell number and can call/text
1152: [22:13:07] <antmas> anyone know what this may be? Unknown column 'SiteConfig.AlertText' in 'field list' in /framework/model/MySQLDatabase.php on line 580 ?
1153: [22:13:18] <antmas> I have my config setup correctly afaik
1154: [22:15:05] <antmas> ah nvm
1155: [22:15:07] <antmas> :P
1156: [22:16:29] <terryapodaca> I'm out everyone...thanks for the help today!
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1158: [22:16:44] <terryapodaca> probably won't see most of you on here until Monday (your time)
1159: [22:16:54] <antmas> terryapodaca: o/ later
1160: [22:17:08] <muskie9> \o
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1167: [22:24:38] <antmas> going for a run for first time in like 8 months today :|
1168: [22:24:43] <antmas> gonna be rough
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1170: [22:27:29] <muskie9> I have reactions when I run... muscle pain, shortness of breath... 😝
1171: [22:27:55] <antmas> lol
1172: [22:28:07] <antmas> I need to get back into it
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1174: [22:28:50] <helenclarko> a lot of people die from running right? thats why I dont do it.
1175: [22:28:59] <antmas> heh
1176: [22:29:10] <antmas> I do like, 0 excercise
1177: [22:29:21] <antmas> and am getting doughy
1178: [22:29:31] <antmas> do not want
1179: [22:29:33] <Colin[pi]> run antmas, run!
1180: [22:29:52] <antmas> Colin[pi]: o/
1181: [22:29:55] <Colin[pi]> o/
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1187: [22:36:08] <adrexia> <antmas>
1188: [22:36:08] <adrexia> grunt>gulp
1189: [22:36:13] <adrexia> actually gulp > grunt :P
1190: [22:36:26] <antmas> adrexia: you nerd :P
1191: [22:36:30] <adrexia> but basically the same ;)
1192: [22:36:48] <adrexia> hahah
1193: [22:36:58] <adrexia> the files are usually shorter
1194: [22:36:59] <Stomach> webpack
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1196: [22:37:11] <Stomach> https://github.com/Tom-Alexander/silverstripe-template-loader
1197: [22:37:12] <DanaeNZ> urgh clients
1198: [22:37:18] <adrexia> see, Stomach is what they call a 'hipster'
1199: [22:37:20] <adrexia> :P
1200: [22:37:42] <Stomach> hey I'm not even using postcss yet!
1201: [22:37:49] <adrexia> but yeah. I have heard webpack is good ;)
1202: [22:37:54] <adrexia> ... I am
1203: [22:38:00] <adrexia> but only for autoprefixer
1204: [22:38:05] <irogue> adrexia: you hipster you
1205: [22:38:08] <antmas> ugh
1206: [22:38:09] <adrexia> :P
1207: [22:38:16] <adrexia> postcss is the best thing since css
1208: [22:38:18] <adrexia> :P
1209: [22:38:22] * antmas is experiencing restless leg syndrome
1210: [22:38:43] <Colin[pi]> antmas: ugh, I hate it
1211: [22:38:52] <Colin[pi]> had it really bad trying to sleep last night
1212: [22:39:15] <antmas> mm it sucks
1213: [22:39:29] <antmas> also, is postcss actually faster than sass/less etc?
1214: [22:40:33] <muskie9> well time to make some dinner, later all
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1216: [22:41:51] <adrexia> antmas - its not a replacement
1217: [22:41:55] <adrexia> ...it can be
1218: [22:42:07] <adrexia> but you can also use postcss and sass really well togetehr
1219: [22:42:22] <antmas> "PostCSS can do the same work as preprocessors like Sass, Less, and Stylus. But PostCSS is modular, 3-30 times faster, and much more powerful."
1220: [22:42:32] <adrexia> it helped us ditch compass, ads the main thing we used compass for was prefix support
1221: [22:42:56] <adrexia> yeah - it _can_ be. but it doesn't have to be
1222: [22:42:58] <adrexia> lol
1223: [22:43:03] <adrexia> its not a fair comparision
1224: [22:43:07] <antmas> so misleading :P
1225: [22:43:10] <adrexia> postcss is a find/replace
1226: [22:43:21] <Colin[pi]> fuck me, another tool to learn?
1227: [22:43:27] <antmas> Colin[pi]: lol yes
1228: [22:43:31] <adrexia> well, not misleading - it can do all that
1229: [22:43:43] <adrexia> but most people don't use it that way
1230: [22:43:43] <irogue> [11:43:23] <Colin[pi]> fuck me
1231: [22:43:45] <irogue> oh hello
1232: [22:43:49] <adrexia> lol
1233: [22:43:54] <Colin[pi]> irogue: you didn't even buy me a drink first
1234: [22:43:56] <antmas> it's a tool, to replace a tool that combines other tools to eventually, somewhere down the line, a web application
1235: [22:43:58] <adrexia> Colin[pi] nbot really
1236: [22:44:10] * irogue hands Colin[pi] a jagerbomb
1237: [22:44:11] <adrexia> just put it in your grunt/gulp/webpack and it'll do the rest fopr you
1238: [22:44:21] <Colin[pi]> lol she talks like I use grunt
1239: [22:44:23] <Colin[pi]> ;P
1240: [22:44:28] <adrexia> you only have to learn what you need at tyhe tiome
1241: [22:44:31] <Stomach> WEBPACK
1242: [22:44:35] <adrexia> bwhahah
1243: [22:44:54] <adrexia> postcss is automagicall find/repalce
1244: [22:45:01] <adrexia> its not complicated
1245: [22:45:20] <antmas> adrexia: *but it can be*
1246: [22:45:21] <antmas> :P
1247: [22:45:43] <adrexia> well, yes. libraries make it very powerful
1248: [22:45:48] <adrexia> but it amounts to teh same thing
1249: [22:45:51] <adrexia> find/repalce ;)
1250: [22:46:01] <adrexia> https://github.com/postcss/autoprefixer
1251: [22:46:08] <antmas> it's not complicated, but it can be when you use parts to replace things that you might need, but not all the time and only the times you need it, it will do some of the things for you, but it can also do all of it
1252: [22:46:08] <adrexia> my starting recommendation ^
1253: [22:46:17] <antmas> :P
1254: [22:46:53] <adrexia> most importantly, it makes pure css actually possible again
1255: [22:47:03] <adrexia> without being a headache
1256: [22:47:36] <adrexia> but I think I'd still prefer using it with lib-sass
1257: [22:48:19] <antmas> I know what some of those words are
1258: [22:48:26] <Colin[pi]> lol antmas
1259: [22:48:34] * Colin[pi] nods and sheepishly grins as well
1260: [22:48:47] <Colin[pi]> adrexia: would you say it'd be more worth while to learn this over sass/less now?
1261: [22:49:23] <adrexia> yep
1262: [22:49:28] <adrexia> well,
1263: [22:49:43] <adrexia> really it's just learning to used grunt/gulp/webpack
1264: [22:50:02] <adrexia> there's nothing special to learn about autoprefixer
1265: [22:50:21] <adrexia> and you can pick and choose the other libraries you want if you need them,
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