Time  Nick        Message
11:37 slef        Elwell: freenode have never rebuked those actions, though.
01:03 munin       gmcharlt: Error: No plugin named "Weather" exists.
01:03 gmcharlt    @load Weather
00:22 gmcharlt    atz: got 'em
00:03 atz         couple more sent
23:59 atz         thx
23:59 gmcharlt    atz: cleanup cities.pl
23:59 atz         gmcharlt (or anybody): what's the last patch you've seen from me?
21:21 wizzyrea    gl :)
21:20 chris       ok toast finished, im back on duty
21:13 chris       (they are old ones with no lenses :))
21:12 chris       http://blog.bigballofwax.co.nz/2009/06/04/where-are-my-krasses/  <-- he now says "where are my krasses, i cant see anything" when he goes to read a book, from his grandma we think
21:11 wizzyrea    i love kid dialect
21:11 chris       and it changes almost daily
21:11 chris       kahu has his own dialect
21:10 wizzyrea    where I come from bloobs does not mean blueberry...
21:09 chris       hehe
21:09 pianohacker ... ok
21:09 wizzyrea    priceless: i stuck a cracker in mom's bum crack this morning and she didn't find it until she went to work.
21:08 chris       http://twitter.com/kahu
21:07 wizzyrea    rofl
21:07 wizzyrea    ...or lack thereof
21:07 chris       heh
21:06 pianohacker Now, don't make fun of those Kansans and their culture
21:06 wizzyrea    sometimes
21:06 chris       weirdo :)
21:06 chris       you eat toast with a spoon???
21:06 wizzyrea    I tend to agree there
21:06 chris       when i asked why
21:06 chris       because "its better"
21:05 chris       kahu is currently eating his peanut butter on toast with a spoon
21:05 wizzyrea    this surprises you?
21:05 pianohacker So, so far kahu is beating out sirsi in karma
21:05 chris       heh
21:05 wizzyrea    <3 kidding
21:05 wizzyrea    I think I see some of the old opac came from in there...
21:04 wizzyrea    kahu++
21:04 wizzyrea    Oh man you are not kiddig about imacs
21:04 chris       the imac is a pretty resilient piece of hardware, its taken a battering
21:01 chris       hehe
21:01 pianohacker Hehe. You've doomed the poor child to summers spent at the computer coding
20:59 Elwell      slef: (re freenode) that article is somewhat dated seeing as lilo died ...
20:59 gmcharlt    kahu++
20:59 chris       he uses one of these fancy graphical interfaces :) (that was about 1.5 years ago)
20:59 chris       http://photos.bigballofwax.co.nz/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=11453
20:58 chris       http://photos.bigballofwax.co.nz/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=11450
20:56 chris       i really need to label my photos this is taking ages
20:46 wizzyrea    oi this day is never ending lol
20:45 chris       looking for the pic now
20:45 gmcharlt    chris: :)
20:42 wizzyrea    pic or it didn't happen
20:39 chris       oh hey gmcharlt did i show you kahu working on his koha code?
20:38 chris       atarau of course slept through the whole thing, so he is easy to please
20:38 chris       im not sure i can beat music group, lunch at a cafe 'where's my coffee' shouts kahu, playtime in the park and an ice cream
20:37 chris       trying to think up things to do today, to top yesterdays effort
20:35 chris       back for a little while
20:00 pianohacker np
20:00 schuster    Oh hey way cool!  Thanks to both of you... pianohacker - I've seen the tab but just never changed from the first one! hA!
19:58 pianohacker schuster: If you go to the About screen in Koha, there's a screen under there that will show you also
19:58 atz         perl -e 'use Net::LDAP;'
19:58 schuster    LDAP question - how can I check to see if Net::LDAP module is already installed?
19:56 rhcl        chris: http://www38.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=0+degrees+centigrade
19:56 pianohacker Hm. That would be a problem, yes :)
19:55 wizzyrea    erm, specifying the date doesn't work lol
19:55 pianohacker Ah. Hrm, not that I know of. What's going on?
19:54 Sharon      no, when renewing items at moremembers
19:54 wizzyrea    on the details screen
19:54 pianohacker wizzyrea: How do you mean? Manually specified due dates on the checkout screen?
19:53 chris       breakfast time bbiab
19:46 wizzyrea    is there a known issue with special due dates?
19:43 chris       ta
19:43 brendan     32 degrees
19:43 chris       lazywebs wht is freezing in F?
19:42 wizzyrea    but munin is helpful
19:41 wizzyrea    ha you've gone irc bot crazy!
19:41 chris       the metar one used to goodish
19:41 chris       *nod*
19:40 gmcharlt    I could load the weather underground plugin, but I was hoping to find a weather plugin that had a more global scope
19:40 gmcharlt    chris: not currently
19:40 chris       does munin do weather?
19:34 wizzyrea    1m
19:34 wizzyrea    right... der...
19:34 gmcharlt    wizzyrea: yep, but it's easy to register yourself
19:34 wizzyrea    boooo
19:34 munin       wizzyrea: Error: You must be registered to use this command. If you are already registered, you must either identify (using the identify command) or add a hostmask matching your current hostmask (using the "hostmask add" command).
19:34 wizzyrea    @dunno add RTFM
19:34 wizzyrea    oh
19:33 wizzyrea    aww
19:33 munin       wizzyrea: downloading the Perl source
19:33 wizzyrea    @dunno RTFM
19:33 munin       gmcharlt: The operation succeeded.  Dunno #3 added.
19:33 gmcharlt    @dunno add downloading the Perl source
19:33 gmcharlt    e.g.
19:32 wizzyrea    ...wow
19:32 gmcharlt    to add to munin's list of error messages, use @dunno
19:32 munin       gmcharlt: I suck
19:32 gmcharlt    munin: you can parse better than that
19:32 wizzyrea    i know, I'm giggling about that too
19:32 atz         lol "keeps track of "
19:32 wizzyrea    Sirsi--
19:31 wizzyrea    LOL Sirsi
19:31 munin       atz: Highest karma: "gmcharlt" (3), "koha" (2), and "coffee" (1).  Lowest karma: "jerks" (-2), "keeps track of ++ and " (-1), and "sirsi" (-1).
19:31 atz         @karma
19:31 wizzyrea    jerks--
19:31 munin       gmcharlt: Karma for "jerks" has been increased 0 times and decreased 1 time for a total karma of -1.
19:31 gmcharlt    @karma jerks
19:31 munin       gmcharlt: Karma for "coffee" has been increased 1 time and decreased 0 times for a total karma of 1.
19:31 gmcharlt    @karma coffee
19:31 gmcharlt    keeps track of ++ and --
19:31 wizzyrea    what is it, @karma?
19:29 chris       coffee++
19:27 chris       jerks--
19:26 wizzyrea    none that I can think of, actually
19:26 wizzyrea    yes, we are fortunate that we have very few jerks here
19:26 atz         or your audience being a bunch of jerks.
19:26 chris       this irc server exists because katipo have a distributed office, and its been going for 12 years now :)
19:25 wizzyrea    or being afraid of looking dumb
19:24 wizzyrea    Chris: i like it as a solution for distributed workforces so far. in IRC it's always a question of being shy
19:19 chris       mostly for doing things like 'can you send a copy of harry potter to levin in the next run, we are out' :)
19:19 chris       wizzyrea: hlt used to and i think still do use irc
19:17 chris       morning
19:05 wizzyrea    funny story. I love stuff like that
19:04 wizzyrea    atz: oh, you were only partly kidding
19:03 gmcharlt    wizzyrea: http://koha.org/cgi-bin/logs.pl?look=plain&startdate=2009033012:00:20&enddate=2009033012:10:20&search=Search
19:02 atz         chris told the story at Plano, i think
19:02 atz         actually i guess an old system used C2
19:02 wizzyrea    but funny nonetheless
19:01 wizzyrea    atz: pbbt wiseacre
19:01 atz         wizzyrea: "if you touch it, it blows up"
19:01 atz         but i agree simple stuff like that should be in a CRUD layer, or at least C4
19:01 wizzyrea    curious: what does C4 stand for?
19:00 atz         most of them take multiple args and use only 1
19:00 atz         yeah, but i won't be doing that.  every one of these damn scripts has its own copy/paste hack of StringSearch
19:00 gmcharlt    since a gazillion scripts implement some version of it
18:59 gmcharlt    atz: I'm thinking that StringSearch ought to be abstracted and moved to C4
18:41 pianohacker bbl
18:15 wizzyrea    it's mostly for testing, to 1. see if our librarians will use it, and 2. gotta start somewhere.
18:15 wizzyrea    slef: that's a shame
17:30 slef        wizzyrea: why freenode? http://www.theregister.co.uk/2003/01/29/buy_a_piece_of_net/
17:10 wizzyrea    not that any of YOU would need such instructions
17:09 wizzyrea    also a post about it and video instructions on how to get it at http://www.nexpresslibrary.org
17:09 Sharon      I'm sending the invite out to our libraries now
17:08 wizzyrea    is so new it's still wet.
17:08 wizzyrea    fyi: there's a kohakansas channel on freenode now :P
16:53 gmcharlt    or simply comment out the offending lines and do a FIXME in case paul_p and SAN-OP have something more elaborate in mind
16:53 gmcharlt    I doubt that doing latter is worth the time, though
16:52 gmcharlt    atz: I suggest fixing it by either taking out that check (there isn't a real FK between borrowers and cities) or comparing borrowers.city and B_city to cities.city_name and city_zipcode
16:50 atz         should I try to fix this or just mark it FIXME?
16:49 atz          Unknown column 'borrowers.select_city' in 'where clause'
16:49 atz         select count(*) as total from borrowers,cities where borrowers.select_city=cities.cityid and cityid=?
16:49 atz         gmcharlt: looking at cities.pl:
16:44 gmcharlt    slef: scratch that, was looking at older version of that back
16:44 munin       gmcharlt: The operation succeeded.
16:44 gmcharlt    @config supybot.plugins.Bugzilla.bugFormat "bug_severity priority version assigned_to bug_status cf_sponsorship short_desc"
16:43 gmcharlt    but I don't have a problem including it once I have a moment to figure out how to get it to be accurate
16:42 gmcharlt    slef: removed it for now, it's not properly registering --- as the default value for new bugs
16:42 munin       gmcharlt: The operation succeeded.
16:42 gmcharlt    @config supybot.plugins.Bugzilla.bugFormat "bug_severity priority version assigned_to bug_status short_desc"
16:42 munin       gmcharlt: 04Bug http://bugs.koha.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=3296 enhancement, P3, rel_3_2, chris@bigballofwax.co.nz, NEW, Seeking cosponsors, replace sessionlog with Perl4Log implementation
16:42 gmcharlt    @bug 3296
16:42 munin       gmcharlt: 04Bug http://bugs.koha.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=3093 enhancement, PATCH-Sent, HEAD, sedwards@alloycomputing.com, ASSIGNED, Sponsored, Enhance placing of holds in staff interface
16:42 gmcharlt    @bug 3093
16:41 munin       gmcharlt: 04Bug http://bugs.koha.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=3093 enhancement, PATCH-Sent, HEAD, sedwards@alloycomputing.com, ASSIGNED, ---, Enhance placing of holds in staff interface
16:41 gmcharlt    @bug 3093
16:40 munin       gmcharlt: 04Bug http://bugs.koha.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=3296 enhancement, P3, rel_3_2, chris@bigballofwax.co.nz, NEW, Seeking cosponsors, replace sessionlog with Perl4Log implementation
16:40 gmcharlt    @bug 3296
16:40 munin       gmcharlt: The operation succeeded.
16:40 gmcharlt    @config supybot.plugins.Bugzilla.bugFormat "bug_severity priority version assigned_to bug_status cf_sponsorship short_desc"
16:40 slef        is it worth adding the sponsorship status to the end or will that get silly fast?
16:39 slef        gmcharlt: thanks
16:39 gmcharlt    slef: --- was the target milestone, which we don't really use thus far
16:38 munin       gmcharlt: 04Bug http://bugs.koha.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=3296 enhancement, P3, rel_3_2, chris@bigballofwax.co.nz, NEW, replace sessionlog with Perl4Log implementation
16:38 gmcharlt    @bug 3296
16:38 munin       gmcharlt: The operation succeeded.
16:38 gmcharlt    @config supybot.plugins.Bugzilla.bugFormat "bug_severity priority version assigned_to bug_status short_desc"
16:36 slef        I'm guessing not everyone here is working on all versions at once
16:35 slef        yep, if possible
16:35 gmcharlt    to clarify, you mean get the version in the @bug response?
16:34 slef        what's the ---?
16:34 munin       slef: 04Bug http://bugs.koha.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=3296 enhancement, P3, ---, chris@bigballofwax.co.nz, NEW, replace sessionlog with Perl4Log implementation
16:34 slef        @bug 3296
16:34 gmcharlt    don't see why not
16:34 slef        could we get the Version in those too?
16:33 munin       slef: 04Bug http://bugs.koha.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=3296 enhancement, P3, ---, chris@bigballofwax.co.nz, NEW, replace sessionlog with Perl4Log implementation
16:33 slef        @bug 3296
16:30 slef        filing bug
16:30 slef        not yet but anything is better than open >>
16:30 gmcharlt    so yes
16:30 gmcharlt    getting it to handle sessionlog would be quick
16:30 slef        and sessionlog in particular?
16:30 gmcharlt    do you have any opinion on the framework?
16:30 bigbrovar   thanks guys   me = very happy now =))
16:29 gmcharlt    getting all logging handled by it is probably post 3.2
16:29 gmcharlt    slef: getting it added is reasonable for 3.2
16:29 slef        gmcharlt: is Perl4Log a 3.2 goal or later?
16:29 schuster    Bigbrovar - if you are a library you probably already have equipment laying around - again it isn't an OS issue unless you are using USB but I would suspect as long as you have it loaded with standard USB support they would work as well.
16:27 munin       gmcharlt: I suck
16:27 gmcharlt    munin: you suck :)
16:27 munin       gmcharlt: The operation succeeded.  Dunno #2 added.
16:27 gmcharlt    @dunno add I suck
16:27 munin       slef: Error: "you" is not a valid command.
16:27 slef        munin: you suck :)
16:27 munin       slef: 04Bug http://bugs.koha.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=emailed could not be retrieved: InvalidBugId
16:27 munin       slef: 04Bug http://bugs.koha.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=patch could not be retrieved: InvalidBugId
16:27 munin       slef: 04Bug http://bugs.koha.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=and could not be retrieved: InvalidBugId
16:27 munin       slef: 04Bug http://bugs.koha.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=submitted could not be retrieved: InvalidBugId
16:27 munin       slef: 04Bug http://bugs.koha.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=3295 minor, PATCH-Sent, ---, chris@bigballofwax.co.nz, NEW, sessionlog does not contain real times
16:27 slef        @bug 3295 submitted and patch emailed
16:27 gmcharlt    bigbrovar: http://wiki.koha.org/doku.php?id=en:development:ldap
16:26 bigbrovar   and am quite new to linux and seem to understand that is always a good idea to stick with device that works on linux ,, so i would appreciate if anyone could help me with a list of barcode scanner that have worked with linux/koha
16:26 gmcharlt    yes, you can
16:25 bigbrovar   ok am going to play the oliver twist and ask for more .. we have an ldap thingie going on here so i was wondering if we could make koha authenticate users from ldap? ..
16:23 bigbrovar   schuster: alot it did thanks :)
16:23 gmcharlt    schuster++ # very quick on the draw
16:21 schuster    Hope that helps.
16:21 schuster    That also works at the Koha staff login/password and if you have given them permissions they will have access to what you indicated.
16:20 schuster    Local users - you create users in circulation to checkout - but then change their permissions for what they have access to - in the opac login/password you assign their login/password.
16:19 schuster    Barcode readers - these are an input device just like a keyboard - so brand etc really doesn't matter - depends on if you want a USB connector or PS2 connector to your hardware.
16:19 schuster    Yes Yes and Yes...
16:17 bigbrovar   nd also if its possible to creat local users for koha beside the koha admin
16:17 bigbrovar   i was wondering if anyone could help enlighten me on hardwares like barcode scanners which can be used with koha on a ubuntuserver to make the process of cataloging  easier
16:16 bigbrovar   hi guys .. just installed koha for the university were i work .. runs great although we have not started to use it ..
16:00 slef        thanks
15:54 gmcharlt    or git merge --squash into a new branch if you don't want to squash in your original branch
15:53 gmcharlt    lets you squash in a branch
15:52 gmcharlt    slef: git rebase --interactive origin
15:52 gmcharlt    slef: one possible minimal fix is adding a koha-conf.xml setting for the location of the sessionlog file, and whether you want it at all
15:52 slef        How do I make a patch that squashes lots of commits, by the way? I'm sure I've done it before, but can't remember how.
15:51 slef        ok... for now, I think I'll do a small fix for 3.0.2 to cure a local problem
15:50 gmcharlt    slef: with proposed patch at http://lists.koha.org/pipermail/koha-patches/2008-September/001689.html
15:50 slef        http://www.nabble.com/-RFC--Using-Log4perl-to-extend-and-improve-logging-and-debugging-td19227795.html
15:49 gmcharlt    we really ought to write a purge job for that table
15:48 slef        I don't recall that proposal. Looking for URL
15:48 gmcharlt    my reservation about C4::Log is if we start logging all sessions in action_logs
15:48 gmcharlt    C4::Log or perhaps the Log4Perl proposed by acmoore a while back
15:48 slef        by C4::Log calls or otherwise?
15:47 gmcharlt    slef: I think /tmp/sessionlog should be replaced, yes
15:46 slef        should /tmp/sessionlog be replaced by C4::Log calls?
14:53 wizzyrea    well I gotta grab the low hanging fruit lol
14:53 wizzyrea    HA
14:53 schuster    That way wizzyrea can get in on a patch!  I see how she thinks...
14:53 wizzyrea    or can pull from an iCal
14:52 wizzyrea    I might actually make the case that the Upcoming Events should be removed entirely until they sync with the internal calendar.
14:45 wizzyrea    afk, coffee
14:45 wizzyrea    buut I figured there was no reason to make you guys change that when I can :)
14:45 wizzyrea    and another one that i'm not thinking of right now but will when I get into it I'm sure
14:44 wizzyrea    and all of the associated labels there
14:44 gmcharlt    sure
14:44 wizzyrea    because that's what it is ^.^
14:44 wizzyrea    changing the text of the messaging tab to say "message log" instead of messaging
14:34 gmcharlt    which are?
14:33 wizzyrea    which reminds me about a couple of termiology changes I wanted to make to the messaging stuff
14:31 jwagner     The more I looked at it, the more complex it got.  That's why I settled for the brute-force approach for now.  (clicking the messaging tab calls a different template, so I just replaced that template)
14:31 gmcharlt    as long as at least one method is active
14:31 gmcharlt    but library doesn't necessarily care what messaging mechanism the patron chooses
14:31 gmcharlt    i.e., library would want to specify that the overdue notices can't be turned off by patron
14:30 gmcharlt    that would be another layer of admin, actually
14:29 jwagner     Yep.  This can't be the only site that really doesn't want to give patrons an option to turn off their overdue notices....
14:28 gmcharlt    I mean, pretty much any request of the form "I want this configuration option to be created, or added to the branch/circ matrix level" is going to be wanted by *somebody* eventually
14:27 jwagner     The code that generates the tabs in the OPAC screen is kind of murky.  No, haven't filed a bug yet (haven't had time) but it's on my list.
14:27 gmcharlt    well, step one is to simply file an enhancement bug if you haven't already
14:27 gmcharlt    I see
14:26 jwagner     Yes, just turn off the options in the OPAC.
14:25 jwagner     I couldn't find a way, even by hacking the template, so I brute-forced it by replacing the entire template with a generic text paragraph.  Problem with turning off the Enhanced Messaging Preference setting is (as I understand it), if that's off hold and advance notices don't work.  The site wants to use those, but not give patrons the various options.
14:24 gmcharlt    yeah, that's the EnhancedMessagingPreferences syspref, unless you're talking about turning it off just for the OPAC
14:24 wizzyrea    but it's been a while since I looked
14:24 wizzyrea    whole tab = I thought you could already do that?
14:23 jwagner     Yes -- I'd like a global setting to allow/disallow display each line in the messaging list, plus a syspref to turn off the whole tab.  Gives better control to the library.
14:22 wizzyrea    mmm hacks (tasty)
14:21 gmcharlt    i.e., not something that's reliant on JS hacks
14:21 gmcharlt    yes
14:20 wizzyrea    but a grander scale
14:20 wizzyrea    similar to what I want
14:20 wizzyrea    oh I think I see... you want to decide which notifications are available to choose
14:19 gmcharlt    there needs to be more work on the admin interface for message types
14:19 gmcharlt    *ly
14:19 gmcharlt    not current
14:19 wizzyrea    er, lordy... english.. aren't there already sysprefs for that
14:18 wizzyrea    isn't that already sysprefs?
14:18 jwagner     It's not just by patron type, though (saw the latest enhancements).  The library wants to decide globally whether to display/allow e.g. upcoming events, text messaging, etc.
14:18 wizzyrea    you'll probably really like them
14:18 wizzyrea    they're done, should be in the project now
14:18 jwagner     Yes -- that would cross a big section off my eventual to-do list :-)
14:17 wizzyrea    for add new patron
14:17 wizzyrea    it lets you set defaults by patron type
14:17 wizzyrea    oh, you'll want our enhancements >.>
14:16 jwagner     I was looking at the OPAC messaging tab myself a bit -- couldn't find any way to even turn off the tab.  What I'd like to see is sysprefs for (a) display whole tab in OPAC or not, (b) display each option in the tab -- so the library could choose what options to give patrons.
14:15 wizzyrea    (since it only works with proprietary additional software)
14:14 wizzyrea    (or, harder for me but better for the project, we need to make that upcoming events notification hideable via syspref)
14:13 wizzyrea    ok, I've been crashing my nog into this for a week (give or take) now, I'm looking at the patron messaging preferences (all occurrences of this table). I want to hide the row for Upcoming Events, but no matter what I do I can't seem to select it using jquery. It is in it's own div (patron-messaging-prefs), and it seems like it should be a simple matter of selecting the tr:contains('Upcoming Events') that's a child of patron-messaging-prefs... but maybe you
14:09 ShunDi      still there ^^
14:09 ShunDi      yep stol
13:48 kf          ShunDi? still there?
13:31 kf          im glad I could help
13:30 kf          youre welcome
13:04 ShunDi      kf: turning off QueryFuzzy did the trick, thanks a bunch for the tip!
12:19 ShunDi      np
12:18 kf          hi shunDi, sorry on telephone atm
12:18 ShunDi      i'll try disabling the query features and see if this makes any difference
12:17 ShunDi      hi kf, just got your response email :)