Time  Nick      Message
10:02 tim       g'morning kados
09:55 kados     morning tim
09:48 paul      vivi
09:46 osmoze    bonsoir Paul, alors ca y est, c est reparti ;)
09:44 owen      Hi paul
09:44 paul      hi owen. Happy to be back
08:26 paul      the invitation to madagascar yes
08:25 kados     ah h:-)
08:25 paul      really what ? the move ? no
08:25 kados     really?
08:25 paul      during my holidays : trip confirmed to burkina faso + a new invitation to madagascar...
08:24 paul      thanks
08:24 paul      hi joshua
08:24 kados     welcome back!
08:24 kados     hi paul
08:15 paul      (really ;-) )
08:15 paul      15 days without any web access. Nice time
08:15 Sylvain   ah, paul, je t'avais pas vu, bonnes vacances ?
08:15 paul      hello anyway, i'm back on my computer.
08:14 paul      (but not sure)
08:14 Sylvain   does someone know if it's possible to send a mail when a book that's been reserved is free ?
03:49 thd-      hdl: I try to find the email address for ambrose, yet Sourceforge keeps timing out :(
03:37 thd-      shaun: I am not at home for another day or so.  When I return. I will have access to my own computer.  Poor connectivity does not allow me remote access.
03:35 thd-      shaun: Unfortunately, the questionnaire that kados had answered was much less featurefull than I had hoped.  So I am writing my own feature outline.
03:30 thd-      shaun: I a had originally hoped that kados had already partly written the features in another form for his submission to the forthcoming Computers in Libraries issue on the ILS.
03:28 shaun     as for features: how are you doing with those pages? i would be happy to work alongside you and any other writers to make the inside page look good within my design
03:26 shaun     i have a rough template for the faq section and can send you everything inside the content frame, but the css won't be available until i've checked it with russ (9PM GMT today)
03:23 shaun     thd-: good point, I was going to talk to you about that - I was planning on doing it the other way round;where the css is applied to the content rather than tthe content being placed into the full site
03:21 thd-      shaun: Do you have a tentative CSS that I can use for aiding the writing of content for koha.org?
03:18 thd-      hdl: ambrose had written C4::Interface::CGI::Output.pm originally, but had not determined what the problem was in this case.
03:13 thd-      hdl: ambrose had not determined whether the problems were client configuration related or Koha related.
03:11 thd-      hdl: I spoke with ambrose on #koha a week ago about problems that he was having with a user for whom he had converted Koha to UTF-8.
03:07 hdl       using Encode PERL package.
03:06 hdl       a type a transcoding code.
03:06 hdl       You can also look HTTP header to know wich cher set is used on the page or which OS the code comes from... And use
03:05 hdl       No.... But they can be asked. ;)
03:04 thd-      hdl: Exactly, but they have not yet posted code changes.
03:04 hdl       So I think it is quite general.
03:03 hdl       They spoke about their experience with UTF-8 on koha-devel.
03:03 thd-      hdl: Has the Turkish hack posted anything other than some Turkish character set mappings?
03:02 hdl       Have you given a try to Turkish Hack ?
03:01 thd-      hdl: Version 3.0 for you, version 2.2.X for a solution that I am working on.
03:01 hdl       As far as current version is concerned, it is not FULL UTF-8... :)
03:00 hdl       But that is for version 3.0
03:00 thd-      hdl: One of the great advantages of Koha is that the server can be remote so as long as the librarians have at least a Mozilla browser installed.
02:59 hdl       Then Charset Encoding could/should be checked BEFORE processing the modify/save...
02:59 hdl       But they can be haooy to change computers :P
02:59 hdl       If they already have an OS...
02:58 thd-      hdl: They may not always be happy to change their OS just to use Koha.
02:57 hdl       But they can be advised to work on a "FREE" System, since when they ask for KOHA they also ask for advice.
02:57 thd-      hdl: However, cataloguers would be prevented form using Windows boxes with Firefox.
02:57 hdl       If librarians must work under Windows,  sure.
02:56 thd-      hdl: If the librarian is on a linux box with a UTF-8 local setting there is no problem.
02:55 thd-      hdl: This seems also to be an issue for the intranet as far as the record editor is concerned.
02:55 hdl       I don't think that it should be a real issue if server and librarian are on a Linux Box, with firefox, which is the advised conf.
02:54 hdl       owen spoke about this issue for OPAC.
02:50 thd-      hdl: MS Windows users cannot type in UTF-8 for the Koha editor, only UTF-7 or UTF-16 if using unicode under Windows.
02:49 thd-      hello Sylvain
02:49 hdl       thd- wihch one ?
02:48 hdl       hi sylvain.
02:48 Sylvain   hi
02:48 thd-      hdl: I have noticed an issue for unicode Koha.
02:47 hdl       hi thd.
02:46 paul      (on phone)
02:46 thd-      good morning hdl
02:46 thd-      welcome back paul
02:34 hdl_away  bonjour paul.
02:33 paul_away tada... paul, le retour...
01:37 thd-      russ: Do you have a tentative stylesheet for website submissions?
19:42 shaun     russ: i can't stay, but can you try to be around at about 9:00 AM your time tomorrow please? i have html and css all ready to rock