Time  Nick        Message
11:45 brendan     Morning
04:59 Amit        i m also
04:59 Amit        k
04:59 mason       ok, back to work for me..
04:58 mason       ah, sure..
04:58 Amit        in dpl
04:58 Amit        because sat is off day
04:58 Amit        on sat it will be upgrade
04:58 Amit        not yet right now
04:57 mason       upgrade to 64bit?
04:57 mason       you have fixed?
04:57 Amit        yes
04:57 mason       ah
04:57 mason       ive been tweaking RT this afternoon
04:57 Amit        first i m solve the issuse of os
04:56 mason       pretty good...
04:56 Amit        and urs
04:56 Amit        same debugging
04:56 mason       hows your day going?
04:56 Amit        hi
04:55 mason       hi amit,
04:55 Amit        List
04:55 Amit        Hi
22:42 hdl         np gmcharlt
22:40 gmcharlt    hdl: thanks
22:15 hdl         gmcharlt: patch sent
21:59 chris1      well theoretically any database would do, but that wouldn't be nice and user friendly ;)
21:59 gmcharlt    hdl: probably just have opac-suggestion.pl look up the branch name [GetBranchInfo(), e.g.
21:58 chris1      hmm the thing is that i don't find a peace of software that just does the cataloging bit that runs on lokal hardware
21:58 gmcharlt    chris1: if you don't mind an online service (and assuming you don't charge your family members overdue fines ;) ) you could take a look at http://www.librarything.com/
21:57 chris       i mean it'll work, but you wont be using most of the features :)
21:57 chris       yeah, its probably overkill for that
21:56 hdl         gmcharlt: mmm, i think that it will require me to update Suggestion.pm or should i use a display artefact to display the branchname in opac-suggestion.pl ?
21:56 chris1      well anyways my question is: I have the problem of a vast collection of books and I'm looking into what sowftware to use to make a catalogue of them all. (around 2000 titles) would you say that koha would be good for that or a bit of an overkill for a one person (well in reality a family of book hungry people) as it seems to be a software for libraries rather than personal collections
21:54 gmcharlt    thx
21:54 gmcharlt    hdl: I pushed the first patch, so please send a followup
21:54 hdl         Should I resend ?
21:53 chris1      kind of found that koha-fr channel and thought "no way my french is shit"
21:53 hdl         I agree.
21:53 hdl         gmcharlt: about your comment on opac-suggestion patch.
21:53 gmcharlt    hi hdl
21:53 hdl         gmcharlt: around ?
21:53 chris       umm yes
21:50 chris1      anyone here who speaks english ?
21:18 acmoore     hmm. All we have in KC so far is about 10 degrees cooler and more wind. We're supposed to get a few days of rain and cool, though.
21:16 rhcl2       Yea
21:14 acmoore     in St Joe?
20:59 rhcl2       Yea, I may just have to wait overnight or something. We really got messed up here when we lost power--it was gushing rain for a while.
20:58 atz         rhcl2: looks like that nick timed out at 4:09pm
20:58 acmoore     it will ping out eventually.
20:54 rhcl2       can somebody with root clear my regular nick (rhcl)?
20:17 pianohacker hi, rhcl2
20:16 rhcl2       test test (We just lost power, not sure I'm on)
19:36 liz         ooh, that's a fun afternoon diversion...
19:35 acmoore     anyone try koha with google chrome yet?
17:29 OrionUser   Quick question:  The Koha FAQ suggests using a name OTHER than "Koha" in Spanish-speaking areas.  How does one actually CHANGE the name so the software doesn't say "Koha"?  Thanks.
16:25 kados       brendan: reserves and old_reserves is 'holds'
16:25 brendan     thanks -- that's what I'm looking for
16:24 kados       yep, issues and old_issues I think
16:15 acmoore     issues?
16:14 brendan     quick question -- in mysql --> can anyone point me to the correct table for circulation transactions.
14:35 Sharon      check out the advanced search pages, too.  none of the collection codes are displaying properly.  Thank you.
14:34 ryan        Sharon: ok, i'll take a look.
14:30 Sharon      liz is out of the office.  We need our templates restored.
14:30 ryan        hi liz
13:58 nengard     morning liz
13:53 liz         ryan you around?
13:53 liz         mornin
13:52 hdl         hi
13:45 danny       hey gmcharlt
13:45 gmcharlt    greetings #koha
12:59 acmoore     the whole thread is good, but that one post is where it really starts getting interesting.
12:59 acmoore     it may be because parrot's time based release cycle has worked well, or because perl's feature-based schedule has problems, but it looks like there is some consideration being given to starting a time-based release cycle for perl: http://markmail.org/message/3j5vmfm7wtnz7n3o
12:06 nengard     morning