Time  Nick            Message
00:20 oleonard        I have a Debian question if there are any sympathetic ears out there
00:20 * druthb        has a sympathetic ear.
00:20 mtj             shoot...
00:21 oleonard        When I try to "sudo" it says '[user] is not allowed to run sudo...'
00:21 * jcamins_away  knows the answer to this! You have to add a line to your sudoers file.
00:21 jcamins_away    Change to root and run visudo
00:21 wahanui         jcamins_away: that doesn't look right
00:21 jcamins_away    Uhhh... what?
00:21 mtj             jcamins_away++
00:21 jcamins_away    Anyway, add the line:
00:22 druthb          jcamins_away++
00:22 jcamins_away    $user ALL=(ALL) ALL
00:22 mtj             http://www.wlug.org.nz/SudoHowto
00:22 jcamins_away    (where $user is the relevant user, and assuming that you want to give complete permissions)
00:22 druthb          jcamins++
00:22 jcamins_away    :)
00:22 jcamins_away    Thanks.
00:22 oleonard        Yeah, only I did that already :|
00:23 jcamins_away    oleonard: hm. That's not so good.
00:23 jcamins_away    And the line's still there? (wasn't overwritten by a new package or something)
00:24 mtj             try visudo, instead
00:24 mtj             http://linux.die.net/man/8/visudo
00:25 mtj             and watch out for any typos
00:25 mtj             fyi: my /etc is a git repo, on all my boxes
00:26 jcamins_away    mtj: oops, did I forget to say "use visudo"?
00:26 mtj             helps me track typos, and config changes when experimenting
00:26 jcamins_away    oleonard: yeah, use visudo.
00:26 mtj             use visudo, as root
00:27 * jcamins_away  puts his cape back on and flies out.
00:31 mtj             team justice_league in da' house
00:47 oleonard        Sorry guys, kids got out of the bath and I had to go wrangle
00:48 oleonard        I did su, then visudo
00:50 mtj             still doesnt work?
00:50 oleonard        Well no, it's the same thing I tried before
00:50 oleonard        Ah wait, hang on
00:50 mtj             i only ever add one line to my sudoers file, right after the 'root' line
00:50 mtj             mason   ALL=(ALL) ALL
00:51 mtj             and it always just works...
00:51 * oleonard      smacks his forehead
00:51 oleonard        I had "All=" instead of "ALL="
00:52 oleonard        Now it works :)
00:52 mtj             yep, there u go ;)
00:56 * oleonard      will now see if he can find the right driver for his wifi card
00:56 mtj             now thats a worthy challenge
00:58 eythian         not so much these days, now it usually just magically works.
00:58 eythian         Takes all the fun away, really.
00:58 mtj             i was very satisfied getting ndis-wrapper going on debian with a cheapy pci-wifi card
00:58 oleonard        eythian: No magic for me
00:58 eythian         oleonard: What distro?
00:59 oleonard        Debian
00:59 mtj             i built my from ndis.tgz source, old-skool-gansta stylez
00:59 eythian         ah, no idea. Ubuntu will often sort it out via the restricted drivers manager.
01:01 mtj             oleonard:  you need to do some digging to work out what your wifi *chipset* is first
01:06 mtj             http://wiki.debian.org/NdisWrapper
01:06 mtj             http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/ndiswrapper/index.php?title=Main_Page
01:06 mtj             some good places to start
01:14 oleonard        Thanks mtj
02:56 hudsonbot       Starting build 365 for job Koha_Master (previous build: SUCCESS)
03:01 huginn          New commit(s) kohagit: Merge remote branch 'kc/new/enh/bug_2170' into kcmaster <http://git.koha-community.org/gitweb/?p=koha.git;a=commitdiff;h=3f35705ddcc3eff0df658faf12320a6e8671b668> / Follow-up fix for Bug 2170 - Adding 'edititems' user-permission <http://git.koha-community.org/gitweb/?p=koha.git;a=commitdiff;h=173d3cbb2d836069e6ecaa7263da380ee90a00aa>
03:24 kmkale          Namaskar #koha
03:24 druthb          Namaste, kmkale.  how are you?
03:24 indradg         morning kmkale
03:25 mtj             Namaste
03:25 hudsonbot       Project Koha_Master build #365: SUCCESS in 29 min: http://hudson.koha-community.org/job/Koha_Master/365/
03:25 hudsonbot       Owen Leonard: Follow-up fix for Bug 2170 - Adding 'edititems' user-permission
03:28 kmkale          hi indradg mtj
03:28 kmkale          fine druthb how about you?
03:28 druthb          doing well.  :)
03:30 kmkale          catalyst++
03:30 kmkale          biblibre++
04:51 snail           evening everyone
04:53 snail           it looks like we've just entered the requirements gathering phase of the ILS drama, does anyone know of examples of other peoples documentation / requirements / whatever that I can use to crib from? Even documents from processes where the outcome wasn't koha would be welcome. Ideally higher / further education.
05:17 snail           http://www.niso.org/publications/press/RFP_Writers_Guide.pdf seems like a good place to start
06:20 rangi           If you do a traditional rfp, you are doing it wrong
06:20 rangi           They ask all the wrong questions
06:20 rangi           I can show you tons of examples how not to do it :)
06:57 francharb       hello all
07:34 jransom         hi all
07:42 magnuse         kia ora jransom!
07:47 rangi           hi jransom
07:51 magnuse         ata marie rangi
07:54 magnuse         hiya thd
07:55 thd             hello magnuse
08:00 magnuse         hiya pianohacker
08:00 pianohacker     Hi magnus
08:01 magnuse         bonjour hdl
08:01 snail           rangi: i take your point about doing it wrong. we're not doing an rfp (yet/at all)
08:02 rangi           snail: excellent :) the cost of answering an rfp is stupidly high, which of course the customer ends up paying in the long run
08:04 kf              good morning #koha
08:04 rangi           hi kf
08:04 jransom         heyhiya
08:04 snail           mōrena kf
08:06 magnuse         guten morgen kf and paul_p
08:06 paul_p          hi magnuse & kf & al
08:07 snail           rangi: can you access: http://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/photo.php?fbid=499947501636&set=a.499365726636.274436.577341636 ? my current after-hours project
08:08 rangi           yep
08:08 kf              :)
08:08 thd             hdl: good morning
08:09 rangi           cool :)
08:09 hdl             hi thd
08:09 thd             hdl: I discovered something useful in testing SimpleServer yesterday
08:10 hdl             oh.... nice
08:10 thd             hdl: The command format xml is not a request for MARCXML
08:11 hdl             should it be syn marcxml ?
08:11 thd             hdl: format xml merely returns generic XML it is not a synonym of MARCXML.
08:12 thd             hdl: They have different serialisations and different behaviour in yaz-client.
08:13 hdl             so...?
08:13 wahanui         so is there an expirationdate and an expiredate?
08:13 thd             hdl: try format 1.2.840.10003.13.12.2 which returns MARCXML.
08:14 hdl             what is the difference between format marcxml and format xml ??? from the server ?
08:14 thd             hdl: I note that your Lyon 3 test server went down or changed yesterday.
08:15 thd             hdl: yaz-client attempts to format anything MARC as 200 $a whatever $b whatever.
08:15 thd             hdl: yaz-client merely dumps anything else.
08:17 thd             hdl: the attempt to format is done for the present command issued via YAZ which is the show command in yaz-client.
08:17 thd             hdl: try format 1.2.840.10003.13.12.2 which returns MARCXML shows that MARCXML is not being passed properly by SimpleServer.
08:18 hdl             Lyon3 test is up (for zebra part)
08:19 thd             hdl: I have a could not resole address error for that target from yaz-client
08:19 hdl             format 1.2.840.10003.13.12.2; show
08:19 hdl             [239] Record syntax not supported -- v2 addinfo '1.2.840.10003.13.12.2'
08:20 hdl             on zebra
08:20 thd             hdl: hmmm that is very odd.
08:22 thd             hdl: I have certainly requested marcxml and not xml when using my PHP YAZ client.
08:22 hdl             thd: koha zebra server has that : syntax="xml" name="marcxml"
08:25 thd             hdl: The different serialisations definitely produce a different result in SimpleServer.
08:27 thd             hdl: the marcxml serialisation is returning a display upon invoking show which matches the display for usmarc or unimarc.
08:28 thd             hdl: the xml serialisation in SimpleServer shows a raw XML record.
08:31 thd             hdl: the correct display for MARC and hence MARCXML, when no bad MARC error is present shows 200   $a whatever $b whatever.  Lines are broken by field number without the bad MARC error.
08:35 thd             hdl: My agogme.com IP address seems unable to connect to Lyon 3 but I am able to connect from home.
08:36 thd             hdl: Does your firewall block testers or did I neglect to close a connection once and become banned?
08:37 hdl             mmm normally no.
08:38 thd             hdl: I really did not do much testing but I may have left the connection open and forgot to close it.
08:57 thd             hdl: Reading through my PHP YAZ based client I do not have a specific yaz_syntax() request for marcxml.  I have multiple elseif checks for record syntax which defaults to else usmarc.
08:58 thd             hdl: I have not looked at the code closely for 4 years so I had forgotten how I managed that and apparently I cheated.
10:25 thd             hdl: are you invoking SimpleServer with the -f option?
10:26 hdl             No...
10:27 hdl             what is it ?
10:27 thd             hdl: That allows you to use a YAZ configuration file.
10:28 thd             ... like the one in Koha.
10:28 hdl             I donot want to use a yaz configuration file... How would it index biblios ?
10:29 hdl             mmmm You mean try using yaz configuration file and see how it is managing the stuff ?
10:31 thd             hdl: You cannot obtain standards compliant behaviour nor all the advantages of SimpleServer without using a YAZ configuration file.
10:31 thd             hdl: http://www.indexdata.com/yaz/doc/server.vhosts.html
10:33 thd             hdl: See the example etc/yazgfs.xml in YAZ which is similar to what is in Koha.
10:34 thd             hdl: SimpleServer and all IndexData products are highly dependent upon YAZ.
10:35 hdl             ok. But how is it sending back elements ? Do we have to process them ?
10:36 hdl             will yaz be able to search with the mappings we want to bring to him ?
10:36 thd             hdl: Presumably it is sending them back with appropriate serialisation.  It can transform them.
10:37 thd             hdl: YAZ would not actually do the searching although it would allow searching the explain record.
10:38 hdl             Presumably ??? I donot like that word.
10:38 hdl             but maybe I can try
10:39 thd             hdl: Definitive answers require testing :)
10:39 hdl             (or acurate documentation)
10:40 thd             hdl: The documentation is accurate but not complete enough for what you need to know.
10:51 * thd           needs to sleep
11:13 hdl             have a good night thd-away
12:14 jcamins         Good morning, #koha
12:16 francharb       is there anyone who con explain me why the budgeted cost is calculated from the replacement cost?
12:17 francharb       you can change the replacement cost but it will have an effect on the budgeted cost only if you change the vendor price
12:18 francharb       rrp is the replacement price right?
12:23 francharb       is it because the replacement price shoud include taxes?
12:24 francharb       which makes sense...
12:24 francharb       i think i just got my answers. thanks #koha for helping me thinking
12:24 francharb       ;)
13:08 NateC           Morning #koha!
13:09 jwagner         morning, NateC
13:09 NateC           hi jwagner!
13:49 hdl             Hi sekjal
13:49 sekjal          hi, hdl!
13:49 hdl             have you done any work on LDAP  for multiple branches ?
13:50 sekjal          no
13:50 sekjal          last LDAP work I did was on adding TLS support
13:50 sekjal          are we talking different LDAP's per branch?
13:50 sekjal          or checking a different part of a single LDAP's schema?
13:50 hdl             different LDAP branch in fact.
13:51 hdl             authenticating on a multiple branches ldap
13:51 hdl             It is something we spoke about some day in the past.
13:51 sekjal          I've looked at supporting multiple LDAP sources, but haven't written anything for it
13:52 sekjal          my previous institution was interested
13:52 sekjal          as are a few of my current clients
13:52 sekjal          though we hadn't planned on differentiating the LDAP sources based on branch
13:53 sekjal          just if (person in LDAP1), elsif (person in LDAP2), elsif( ...... ), else (person in Koha)
13:54 francharb       help
13:54 francharb       i need somebody
13:54 francharb       heeellp
13:54 francharb       ;)
13:54 francharb       well
13:54 jwagner         francharb, what do you need?
13:54 jwagner         (not that I'm likely to have the answer, but...)
13:54 francharb       i dont get the use of gist
13:55 francharb       actually, i understand what it is
13:55 francharb       but you set up taxes in koha
13:55 francharb       supplier.pl changes
13:55 francharb       you have more informations
13:55 francharb       like
13:56 francharb       ordering/invoice prices including taxes or taxes
13:56 francharb       i'm not sure to see the difference between ordering and invoice prices
13:56 * jwagner       was right -- I don't have an answer :-(
13:57 francharb       i do see the difference between an order and an invoice
13:58 francharb       but anyway, my first question will be : why koha let me indicate a tax rate while i already indicated one in gist syspref
13:58 francharb       ?
13:58 francharb       thanks jwagner
13:58 francharb       anyone?
14:00 sekjal          francharb: I'm not sure.  I'd bet that this was something that some library or set of libraries needed for their acquisitions, and it got added
14:00 sekjal          but I've never had occasion to use it myself
14:01 francharb       thanks sekjal
14:02 francharb       nengard: hi!
14:02 francharb       maybe you know more about the "tax rate" field in supplier.pl
14:03 nengard         how so?
14:04 francharb       if i set up a 0.10 gist, i get this 'tax field' in supplier but i dont know what it is made for
14:04 francharb       0.10 is already a tax rate
14:05 francharb       nengard: have you ever use it?
14:05 nengard         i've only really tested it briefly so I could write about it in the manual.  I did see some bugs recently about tax rate
14:05 nengard         brb
14:06 francharb       nengard: ok, thanks
14:12 francharb       we are working on a new feature (managing different taxe rate). it might be easier for our developer if we get how it works... we will look into it more deeply
14:13 francharb       thanks all
15:20 magnus_away     does anyone know of any projects/developments related to "electronic resources" and koha? not sure what that would be, but it seems to be important to a lot of libraries at the moment...
15:21 wizzyrea_away   basically, people are trying to put records for their 3rd party digital resources (overdrive or other types of ebook/audiobooks) in their catalog, and link directly to them
15:21 sekjal          magnus_away:  I've been spec'ing out an Electronic Resources Module for years
15:22 wizzyrea_away   we haven't done it, but I imagine it will be a priority for us soon enough
15:23 magnuse         hm, just getting records into koha doesn't sound too difficult... ;-)
15:23 wizzyrea        no, we're not (for now) trying to host the files ourselves
15:23 wizzyrea        there are libraries who want to do that
15:24 magnuse         i'm trying to pitch koha to a small group of norwegian public libraries that have a project about e-books
15:24 magnuse         i'll tell them there is interest around this in the community and there may be possibilities for international cooperation... ;-)
15:30 kf              francharb: did you get your answer?
15:30 kf              francharb: reading back now about yuor tax problem
15:31 kf              francharb: the gist value should be the default, but you can change the default per vendor. I think it depends on the tax laws for your county. for us this is not enough - we would need a tax rate per order line, because we have different taxes for books, newspapers and electronic media
15:31 kf              francharb: I am not sure, but I think there is development in this direction
16:15 * druthb        returns from a call, and waves at wizzyrea.
16:15 wizzyrea        hi there, you're gonna need a staple gun for me this morning I think
16:17 druthb          Velcro is kinder.
16:17 druthb          Easier on the skin.
16:19 * jwagner       is reminded of Ogden Nash's dictum "Candy is dandy but liquor is quicker"
16:19 wizzyrea        Liquor? I hardly knew her!
16:20 jcamins         It's always Friday on #koha!
16:20 jcamins         :)
16:21 druthb          It's five-o-clock *somewhere* in the Koha world...
16:21 druthb          ....for cait's timezone, looks like.
16:21 * jwagner       has a nasty bug and a co-worker suggested spiking the chicken soup :-)
16:22 jcamins         jwagner: yeah, hard liquor works on bugs.
16:22 jcamins         Not wine so much, though.
16:22 jcamins         They just sort of stumble through...
16:22 jwagner         I asked if you could be arrested for driving a computer while intoxicated....
16:28 * druthb        pulls the little box marked "Participant Securement Equipment" out from under huginn's seat, and gets out a roll of duct tape.
16:40 scothost        #join koha
16:45 jcamins         scothost: you're already on #koha. :)
16:54 scothost        doh!
16:54 scothost        anyone know much about koha customisation
16:55 jcamins         scothost: you're going to have to be more specific than that. Customizing what, and where are you running into problems?
16:55 paul_p          scothost, throw your question, we will see what we can do ;-)
16:55 jcamins         (the answer is probably "yes")
16:56 scothost        I need to modify koha to add a facility where a user can log in, once authenticated the user can query their library or libraries
16:57 paul_p          druthb, and now, it's 6 for someone in the Koha world: for me 6PM, almost time to leave, for chris 6AM, almost time to wake up ;-)
16:57 scothost        if they are not logged in they are authenticated as guest and their query searches all available libraries
16:57 paul_p          scothost, is the syspref SearchMyLibraryFirst what you're looking for ?
16:58 scothost        yes it will be
16:58 paul_p          so, the answer to your 1st question (anyone know much...) is yes :D
16:58 scothost        this is my first week in a new job and my first trip into ILS
16:58 paul_p          ohhh!!! welcome onboard then !
16:59 paul_p          I just celebrated my 9th year trip into Koha recently ;-)
16:59 scothost        been a php programmer for 10 years and perl is my secondery language
16:59 scothost        LOL
16:59 paul_p          be careful, you could like this trip and stay for a long time. It was not supposed to be my full time job when I started !
16:59 scothost        so I guess I'm looking for someone to point me yo the location of the source files I should look at
17:00 paul_p          git.koha-community.org ?
17:00 wahanui         somebody said git.koha-community.org was broken for me with an xml error :(
17:00 scothost        cool
17:00 jcamins         scothost: you can just use the system preference that Paul suggested.
17:00 jcamins         wahanui: forget git.koha-community.org
17:00 wahanui         jcamins: I forgot git.koha-community.org
17:00 jcamins         git.koha-community.org is where the source code for Koha is kept.
17:00 jcamins         wahanui: git.koha-community.org?
17:00 wahanui         it has been said that git.koha-community.org is where the source code for Koha is kept.
17:01 wizzyrea        he gets confused sometimes
17:01 jcamins         source code?
17:01 jcamins         wahanui: source code is at git.koha-community.org
17:01 wahanui         OK, jcamins.
17:01 wizzyrea        bother you beat me
17:01 jcamins         wizzyrea: you could tell him where teh codez is. :)
17:02 jcamins         Lunch time!
17:02 wizzyrea        code is kept at git.koha-community.org
17:02 wizzyrea        code?
17:02 wahanui         somebody said code was kept at git.koha-community.org
17:02 wizzyrea        yayee
17:03 scothost        so ....
17:04 scothost        I need to restrict users to search only their own location using the system parameter OPAC/Policy/SearchMyLibraryFirst
17:06 scothost        there is also bib records without items that should be available to everyone such as links to electronic documents
17:07 scothost        Can anyone point me in the right direction
17:07 scothost        I'm struggling to figure out the source code structure
17:08 scothost        ok like i said my first trip into ILS
17:08 scothost        I guess i need to go and google a while
17:08 wizzyrea        so you feel like without modification you can't make koha do these things?
17:08 scothost        not sure I understand the meaning of System Preference
17:09 scothost        hopefully not
17:10 scothost        I'd like to be able to manipulate the admin panel and possibly add some superficial changes without messing with the existing code base
17:10 paul_p          scothost, syspref is : koha > administration > system preferences. That's parameters that affect koha behaviour usually globally
17:10 paul_p          scothost, I strongly encourage you to do so ! (not messing with the code), or updates/upgrades will be a pain
17:11 paul_p          though, what you want do (ie: *hide* items not from the patron) is not possible in koha for instance
17:11 wizzyrea        well
17:11 scothost        yes
17:12 wizzyrea        there is that code from harley that allows item suppression, but that hides it from the opac, not specific users
17:12 scothost        basically we have an ILS system for some schools
17:12 scothost        instead of one system for each school
17:12 wizzyrea        you might want to talk to schuster, if he pops in, he's got a ton of schools
17:12 wizzyrea        all together, I think
17:13 scothost        we want one overall ILS that allows students to search onlu their school library based on their log in credentials and session id
17:13 druthb          they are all together.  70-something campuses, IIRC.
17:32 rangi           francharb: you around?
17:35 rangi           @later tell francharb certain suppliers act as purchasing agents, they may be purchasing a book from overseas, which means the tax rate on it is different than the normal one from that supplier, thats why you can change the tax rate on a per order basis
17:35 huginn          rangi: The operation succeeded.
18:01 francharb       rangi: i'm here
18:02 francharb       rangi: thanks for the answer. after a little research, i understood it but it raises more questions
18:04 francharb       for example, the code seems to say that we can have vendor prices that includes taxes or vendor price that doesnt. but i dont know where to configure it
18:04 francharb       another one, what "tax number registered : yes / no" stand for?
18:05 * druthb        waves to LBA
18:06 * LBA           waves to druthb and the gang
18:11 francharb       @later tell kf i just read your answer and thats what i understood and yes, we are developping what you want, 1. managing different taxe rates. 2. managing taxe rates at order line level
18:11 huginn          francharb: The operation succeeded.
18:12 francharb       @later  tell kf, and thanks for the answer ;)
18:12 huginn          francharb: The operation succeeded.
18:16 francharb       rangi: "tax number registered:yes/no"  is store in the "gstreg" mysql field but apparently, "gstreg" isnt used in the code... did wo miss something?
18:26 francharb       rangi: last question (but not least ) ;) when we set up the gist syspref, we have these radio button in supplier.pl : "Ordering prices : includes tax / don't include tax" and "invoice prices : includes tax / dont include tax"
18:28 francharb       if "ordering prices includes tax" means that vendor prices in  neworderempty.pl include tax, what "invoice prices includes tax means"? I know that invoices prices is used for the baskets grouping
18:29 francharb       but where are prices recalculated?
18:33 francharb       if someone else can help me, i swear i stop harassing rangi ;)
18:38 rangi           On receipt
18:39 rangi           You get an invoice with the items usually, that may or may not include tax
18:39 francharb       which means that vendor price on receipt will be display tax included?
18:40 rangi           Yeah on the piece of paper the price might contain tax, or not
18:40 francharb       ok
18:40 rangi           So when you enter koha can recalculate rrp
18:40 rangi           Ie add tax to it if it needs to
18:41 rangi           Often the price you order something for and the price you end up paying for it aren't the same
18:41 francharb       (rrp is for replacement price right?)
18:42 rangi           Yep, recommended retail price
18:42 rangi           Usually used as replacement cost
18:42 francharb       rangi: for you, arent the same means 'the price changed' or 'it includes taxes or not'?
18:43 rangi           not the same it might change as well
18:43 rangi           Sometimes it drops
18:43 francharb       i'm starting seeing this more clearly...
18:44 rangi           Acquisitions is complicated because booksellers all make their own rules :)
18:45 francharb       i know! plus, i got the feeling that we only speak prices taxes included while other speak prices before taxes...
18:46 rangi           Yep, it can handle both
18:46 cait            hi all
18:46 rangi           Hlt being a trust don't pay taxes
18:47 rangi           So they want to know the price without tax
18:49 francharb       rangi: so when we set up "ordering prices includes tax" it means that we enter in "vendor price" field on a new order taxes included...
18:50 francharb       does is calculate the discount on this price or the tax is removed before to calculte the discount on the price before taxes?
18:51 francharb       am i clear? ;)
18:51 francharb       (hi cait)
18:51 cait            hi francharb
18:52 cait            I tried to work out the tax calculation - but itreally confused me
18:52 francharb       i know, it's not easy at all!
18:52 cait            I would think there should be a way to have price including tax being used for the budgeting (commited)
18:52 cait            but found now way to make it do that
18:52 cait            spent a whole evening on it - but I fear I would have to start anew now
18:52 francharb       cait: if i understood what rangi told me
18:53 francharb       you can set up the tax rate in the "gist" syspref
18:53 cait            right
18:53 cait            that will activate the whole thing
18:53 francharb       then at the supplier level
18:53 cait            there is also a patch from robin to make it work as default
18:53 cait            have not checked if it already got in
18:54 francharb       you can chose if you want the ordering prices to include taxes or not
18:54 francharb       if you choose yes
18:54 cait            bug 5186
18:54 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=5186 normal, PATCH-Sent, ---, robin, ASSIGNED, Setting a tax rate of zero for a vendor causes the tax value to become the default
18:54 francharb       vendor price that you will enter on your order line is the  price taxes included
18:55 cait            would think so
18:55 cait            oh battery low, one minute
18:56 cait            back
18:56 francharb       ok
18:57 cait            and when you choose no it should calculate the tax and add the to the price
18:58 francharb       right
18:58 cait            and subtract from your budget - make it commited
18:58 cait            ther eis also the "tax registered" thing
18:58 cait            I am not sure what influence it has
18:58 francharb       but the thing is, discount should be calculated with prices
18:58 francharb       oups
18:58 cait            and on top of that hlt has a patch for the calculation thing - I tried it out but it even confused me more
18:59 francharb       s/with prices/on prices before taxes
18:59 cait            hm
18:59 cait            not sure about that
18:59 cait            I think we need a diagram :)
18:59 francharb       that how it works it france...
19:00 cait            I am not sure how it works here - never really worked in acquisitions for a longer time, so not sure how it is declared on the bills here
19:00 francharb       thats why i wanted to talk about it and see how people work
19:01 cait            hi druthb
19:01 cait            I really think we need some examples to work through it
19:01 cait            it's quite confusing
19:02 francharb       it can be simple like : my book is 100$ (tax included)
19:02 francharb       if tax = 10%
19:02 francharb       the price is 90$ before tax
19:02 francharb       humm
19:03 francharb       not sure
19:03 francharb       ahaha
19:03 cait            110
19:03 cait            and 100
19:03 francharb       i need a piece of parer
19:03 cait            easier :)
19:03 francharb       paper
19:04 francharb       ok so :
19:04 francharb       110$ = price taxes included
19:04 francharb       10% = tax
19:04 francharb       100$ = price before taxes
19:04 francharb       if you have a 10% discount
19:05 cait             90
19:05 francharb       so you calculated the discount on the price before taxes
19:05 cait            hm
19:05 francharb       90 + 10% taxes = 99$
19:06 cait            because you said so - still not sure about it
19:06 cait            this is complicated
19:06 francharb       cait: the thing is
19:06 francharb       we also have a 99$ book if we apply the discount on the price taxes included
19:07 francharb       is our example wrong?
19:07 cait            not sure
19:07 cait            I could ask at work
19:07 cait            how this is supposed to work
19:08 francharb       cait: i think its the same actually, the price will be the same
19:08 cait            is it still the smae when tax and discount are differnt values?
19:08 francharb       but i dont think you have a discount on taxes (this is what happen if you calculate disount on prices tax included)
19:08 cait            I doubt it - make tax 5 and discount 10
19:09 cait            hm.
19:11 francharb       cait, i did it with 5% tax and 10% discount
19:11 francharb       and it the same
19:11 cait            ok
19:11 cait            so it doesn't really matter?
19:11 francharb       (god, i need to do some maths...)
19:11 cait            hehe
19:11 cait            yeah, that was my feeling too after I tried to figure it out
19:12 francharb       the result is the same but legally, i don't think we can have discount on taxes...
19:12 francharb       so it should be calculated before taxes i think...
19:12 francharb       dont mess with taxes! ;)
19:13 cait            :)
19:13 cait            but we agree that the commited value should be the price including tax if you have to pay taxes, right?
19:13 francharb       i think so
19:13 francharb       yes
19:14 jcamins         francharb: the reason it's the same is that you only pay taxes on the amount you're charged. If you got a 10% rebate or the like, taxes would be higher.
19:16 francharb       ok
19:17 cait            ah right
19:18 rangi           what he said
19:22 francharb       now that i got a clearer view, we are going to include multiple taxes rates management and make it accessible on the order line level! wouhou! wish us good luck! ;)
19:22 francharb       thanks all!
19:23 cait            francharb:
19:23 cait            wait :)
19:23 francharb       i'm here
19:24 cait            there was work done to do this for the discount
19:24 cait            also robin
19:24 cait            perhaps you want to "copy" his work for tax
19:24 cait            that's what I planned to do
19:24 francharb       sounds interesting!! do you know where i can get his code?
19:25 cait            bug 5173
19:25 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=5173 enhancement, PATCH-Sent, ---, robin, ASSIGNED, Allow the discount to be editable
19:25 francharb       thanks!
19:25 cait            no problem
19:25 cait            we need this too - I will be happy to test this for you or ask my coworker to test it
19:25 cait            just let me know
19:25 francharb       that would be cool!
19:26 francharb       ok
19:26 mtj             morning #koha
19:26 francharb       ok, i need to go, dinner is calling! ;)
19:27 francharb       have a nice morning/day/evening/whatever !! ;) see you tomorrow!
19:27 francharb       bye
19:27 cait            bye
19:27 cait            hi mtj
19:27 magnuse         kia ora cait and mtj
19:30 mtj             heya magnuse & cait
19:44 rangi           spot poll
19:45 rangi           should we put the RM sponsorship announcement up on koha-community?
19:45 druthb          I say aye.
19:45 rangi           slef: im particularly interested in your opinion
19:46 mtj             i think so too
19:48 mtj             its positive and relevant kc.org news, and not company grand-standing
19:49 rangi           i hope so too
19:50 druthb          I concur with mtj; the kicker, and what I suspect we'll hear something of from slef, is "where is the line?"  when *is* it grand-standing?  Given the type of org he works for (and its' mindset), that's probably somewhere different than where I would define it, for instance.
19:51 rangi           i guess it could just go in the newsletter thats out soon
19:52 mtj             and hey, if a company is sponsoring RM work, they can grand-stand all they want in my book
19:54 rangi           hmmm git go slow today
19:54 rangi           or maybe general net go slow
19:57 rangi           http://www.librarytechnology.org/ils-turnover.pl?Year=2011
19:57 rangi           nekls have updated libwebcats it looks like
19:57 nengard         woo hoo :)
19:59 nengard         why does koha  - equinox say (2) after it but not have anything listed on the left?
20:00 nengard         does that mean this is their first ILS?
20:00 mtj             all going smoothly, i'll be able to add 2 more to that list, by EOB today
20:00 rangi           nengard: usually yes
20:00 nengard         got it
20:00 nengard         clicked through and figured that out :)
20:00 rangi           or they have just been added to libwebcats
20:00 rangi           with no info on the previous one
20:01 rangi           i think marshall might add ones based on press releses
20:01 rangi           releases even
20:01 rangi           but thats just a guess
20:03 rangi           mtj: calyx ones?
20:03 mtj             yeah
20:04 rangi           sweet
20:07 rangi           gmcharlt: about?
20:13 rhcl            @seen wizzyrea
20:13 huginn          rhcl: wizzyrea was last seen in #koha 3 hours and 52 seconds ago: <wizzyrea> all together, I think
20:14 * magnuse       agrees with druthb and mtj regarding RM sponsorship on the website
20:16 rangi           ok meeting time
20:20 magnuse         sounds like fun...
20:21 nengard         git seems to be down
20:21 nengard         anyone around that can kick start it?
20:21 * jcamins       didn't even try to clone it from his cursed VM. Weird.
20:23 sekjal          I'll give it a kick
20:26 sekjal          there we go... should be back
20:27 sekjal          hmmm, still seems wicked slow
20:27 sekjal          well, maybe just a bit slow... (speeding up as I use it)
20:40 mtj             makes an admin request to nabble...
20:40 mtj             http://nabble-support.1.n2.nabble.com/Request-to-update-Koha-ILS-mailing-lists-topic-page-with-new-website-address-td6029182.html
20:40 mtj             ticks that off the 'to-do' list
20:43 magnuse         mtj++
21:01 jcamins         Why does the staff client Results display show the 942c?
21:03 jwagner         jcamins, remnant of old Koha setup, I think -- it used to use 942c item type instead of the item record itype
21:03 jwagner         OPAC still does that too.
21:06 jwagner         And highly annoying it is....
21:10 sekjal          goodnight, #koha
21:13 cait            jwagner: it really is
21:15 jwagner         I'm still finding fragments of that 942c hanging around in unlikely places, sigh.
21:16 * cait          sends jwagner a cookie
21:16 jwagner         mmmmmmmmmmmm
21:19 bg              @wunder 93109
21:19 huginn          bg: The current temperature in K6LCM - Westside / Mesa, Santa Barbara, California is 15.9�C (1:24 PM PST on February 15, 2011). Conditions: Mostly Cloudy. Humidity: 80%. Dew Point: 12.0�C. Pressure: 30.08 in 1018.5 hPa (Falling).
21:19 jcamins         @wunder 11375
21:19 huginn          jcamins: The current temperature in Middle Village, Queens, New York is 2.4�C (4:21 PM EST on February 15, 2011). Conditions: Partly Cloudy. Humidity: 22%. Dew Point: -17.0�C. Windchill: 1.0�C. Pressure: 30.33 in 1027.0 hPa (Rising).
21:20 jcamins         :( I prefer California weather, I think.
21:20 bg              :)
21:20 jcamins         wahanui: jcamins: The current temperature in Middle Village, Queens, New York?
21:20 wahanui         jcamins: i haven't a clue
21:21 wizzyrea        @wunder 66049
21:21 huginn          wizzyrea: The current temperature in Lawrence Live-Courtesy of the Khoury's, Lawrence, Kansas is 11.2�C (3:26 PM CST on February 15, 2011). Conditions: Haze. Humidity: 76%. Dew Point: 7.0�C. Pressure: 29.94 in 1013.8 hPa (Steady).
21:23 jwagner         @wunder 20740
21:23 huginn          jwagner: The current temperature in Hollywood, College Park, Maryland is 6.4�C (4:28 PM EST on February 15, 2011). Conditions: Clear. Humidity: 27%. Dew Point: -11.0�C. Windchill: 5.0�C. Pressure: 30.38 in 1028.7 hPa (Steady).
21:24 wizzyrea        hey 11 is totally tolerable
21:25 magnuse         @wunder bodo, norway
21:25 huginn          magnuse: The current temperature in Bodo, Norway is -9.0�C (10:20 PM CET on February 15, 2011). Conditions: Low Drifting Snow. Humidity: 62%. Dew Point: -15.0�C. Windchill: -20.0�C. Pressure: 29.98 in 1015 hPa (Steady).
21:26 space_librarian @wunder wellington, new zealand
21:26 eythian         @wunder wellington, new zealand
21:26 huginn          space_librarian: The current temperature in Wellington, New Zealand is 18.0�C (10:00 AM NZDT on February 16, 2011). Conditions: Partly Cloudy. Humidity: 64%. Dew Point: 11.0�C. Pressure: 30.39 in 1029 hPa (Steady).
21:26 huginn          eythian: The current temperature in Wellington, New Zealand is 18.0�C (10:00 AM NZDT on February 16, 2011). Conditions: Partly Cloudy. Humidity: 64%. Dew Point: 11.0�C. Pressure: 30.39 in 1029 hPa (Steady).
21:26 eythian         snap
21:27 space_librarian damn! jinxed!
21:27 rhcl            @wunder Tromsø, Norway
21:27 huginn          rhcl: Error: No such location could be found.
21:28 rhcl            yea, well, google maps has
21:29 eythian         maybe they're funny about your weird� alphabet
21:29 eythian         @wunder Tromso, Norway
21:29 huginn          eythian: Error: No such location could be found.
21:29 eythian         or perhaps not
21:29 eythian         maybe your place just doesn't exist :)
21:30 magnuse         i think it does... ;-)
21:30 magnuse         @wunder tromsoe, norway
21:30 huginn          magnuse: Error: No such location could be found.
21:30 magnuse         hmph
21:31 * jwagner       sends magnuse a GPS unit disguised as a cookie
21:31 eythian         Yeah, I'm going with "in your imagination" :)
21:31 magnuse         @wunder kautokeino, norway
21:31 huginn          magnuse: The current temperature in Kautokeino, Norway is -36.0�C (7:00 PM CET on February 15, 2011). Conditions: Partly Cloudy. Humidity: 74%. Dew Point: -38.0�C. Pressure: 30.42 in 1030 hPa (Rising).
21:31 eythian         balmy
21:31 magnuse         jwagner: thanks, hope i remember not to eat it!
21:32 jwagner         It's the latest thing in high tech -- edible electronics!
21:32 magnuse         looks like kautokeino had -41 last night...
21:33 magnuse         time to sleep a little and dream of sunnier climes...
21:36 rhcl            Tromsø is the 9th largest city in Norway. You'd think they would be reporting WX to whatever international exchange wunder is using.
21:37 jcamins         @wunder tromso, norway
21:37 huginn          jcamins: Error: No such location could be found.
21:43 jcamins         @wunder 01025
21:43 huginn          jcamins: Error: No such location could be found.
21:44 jcamins         @wunder entc
21:44 huginn          jcamins: The current temperature in Tromso, Norway is -8.0�C (10:20 PM CET on February 15, 2011). Conditions: Clear. Humidity: 49%. Dew Point: -17.0�C. Windchill: -17.0�C. Pressure: 30.18 in 1022 hPa (Steady).
21:44 jcamins         Ha! I knew I'd get it eventually.
21:46 jwagner         Planning a visit, jcamins?
21:47 jcamins         jwagner: no, rhcl was trying to get the weather.
21:47 jcamins         Oh, no, apparently that was magnuse.
21:48 jwagner         Everyone blurs together after a while....
21:48 jcamins         I just wanted to know how to get the weather in Tromsø.
21:52 jwagner         oh well, time to call it a day... G'night all
22:10 jcamins         Good night, #koha.
22:11 space_librarian g'night
23:20 rangi           and another meeting
23:20 rangi           bbl