Time  Nick           Message
23:56 * jcamins_away mumbles off wandering about dinner...
23:56 jcamins_away   Now all we need is dinner and we're good to go. :D
23:56 thd            gmcharlt: He said that he would prepare the code for distribution under a suitable free software license next week.
23:56 mtj            well done thd :)
23:55 thd            gmcharlt: I just finished speaking to the developer on the telephone explaining how to add a license to his work.
23:54 thd            gmcharlt: http://amazon.libcat.org/azorder.pl and http://amazon.libcat.org/cgi-bin/imdb2marc.pl .
23:51 * jcamins_away is always interested in cataloging and Koha!
23:45 gmcharlt       thd: what is it?
23:18 thd            rangi: We are about to have a nice new contribution to Koha cataloguing.
23:15 thd            rangi: are you here now/
22:20 hudsonbot      * Paul Poulain: NormalizeString POD Fixing and variable renaming
22:20 hudsonbot      * Owen Leonard: Fix for Bug 5769 - notice tab disappearing on edit patron
22:20 hudsonbot      * Owen Leonard: Fix for Bug 5140 - In Chrome, drop-down menus disappear after using pop-up calendar
22:20 hudsonbot      Project Koha_Master build #372: SUCCESS in 24 min: http://hudson.koha-community.org/job/Koha_Master/372/
22:13 wizzyrea       dupe detection
22:13 wizzyrea       oh hey that's sweet
22:11 bg             :)
22:11 rangi          hi bg
22:11 bg             afternoon
22:02 rangi          rules!
22:02 rangi          you just start typing and it starts suggesting bugs that might be the same
22:02 rangi          just saved me making a new bug for this 5436
22:01 rangi          the automatic detection of trying to find duplicate bugs is sweet
22:01 rangi          wow bugzilla 4 is cool
21:56 hudsonbot      Starting build 372 for job Koha_Master (previous build: FIXED)
21:56 NateC          hi rangi!
21:54 rangi          hiya NateC
21:51 huginn         New commit(s) kohagit: Merge remote branch 'kc/new/bug_5769' into kcmaster <http://git.koha-community.org/gitweb/?p=koha.git;a=commitdiff;h=c43aac22a2cc7c511820d5d6e791daed6c01ee46> / Merge remote branch 'kc/new/bug_5682' into kcmaster <http://git.koha-community.org/gitweb/?p=koha.git;a=commitdiff;h=92f52dc8509664dc305e386a198428146566dbb3> / NormalizeString POD Fixing and variable renaming <http://git.koha-community.org/gitweb/?p=koha.git;a=comm
21:31 * LBA          waves to rangi
21:31 LBA            heh heh...yea should have gone lower case....
21:30 eythian        Logical Block Access
21:30 rangi          hi LBA
21:28 magnuse        bye!
21:28 eythian        bye
21:27 rangi          cya magnuse
21:27 * magnuse      wishes #koha and all it's inhabitants a good night and a good weekend - see ya on monday!
21:25 eythian        http://www.dangerousminds.net/index.php/site/comments/cookie_monster_helps_train_ibm_sales_staff_1967/
21:25 magnuse        mine too
21:25 cait           this mind is tired
21:24 cait           hmpf
21:24 magnuse        cait: great minds think alike... ;-)
21:24 cait           magnuse: same thought here :)
21:23 eythian        yeah, I quite liked it when I saw it in action, but I never actually used it myself.
21:22 rangi          altho the statuses in bugzilla seem to be working pretty well too
21:22 rangi          something to maybe have a play with
21:22 eythian        magnuse: jup
21:22 eythian        you have your own branch, and nominate for merging whereupon people review and accept/decline with comments.
21:21 magnuse        Hashigo Zake? hey, i've been there!
21:21 rangi          *nod*
21:21 eythian        the brief sounds similar to how launchpad works
21:21 rangi          might be worth having a look at
21:21 rangi          http://code.google.com/p/gerrit/
21:21 eythian        gerrit?
21:21 eythian        the recipient would surely thank you
21:21 rangi          the mahara people are talkinga about gerrit
21:20 eythian        rangi: oh, I was going to say: stocking up on a beer 30 minutes before giving blood would be an excellent idea :)
21:20 eythian        > The Craft Beer TV Roadshow reaches Wellington tomorrow (Friday). We're told that the film crew on wheels will be at Hashigo Zake around lunchtime to capture some footage and, perhaps, the wisdom of some local identities in the craft beer business.
21:20 rangi          kahu getting a blood test
21:20 rangi          i gotta be at the blood thingy place at 12.30
21:19 rangi          oh yeah?
21:18 eythian        rangi: if you want to have a TV debut, there's apparently filming at Hashigo at lunch time today...:)
21:14 cait           :)
21:14 rangi          so far so good
21:14 cait           how is friday?
21:13 cait           long day
21:12 rangi          :)
21:11 * cait         is talking to herself
21:11 cait           should check that tomorrow
21:11 cait           hm I agree about the sip things - I think it even works with hebrew
21:10 cait           hi rangi :)
21:09 rangi          hi cait
21:09 cait           hi eythian :)
21:09 eythian        hoi cait
21:08 cait           hi #koha
20:56 francharb1     bye all
20:44 rangi          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kxhHIOehQw
20:44 rangi          here is the song i was looking for when i was talking about forward movement
20:43 rangi          ahh found it
19:49 oleonard       ...or maybe the other way around...
19:46 oleonard       My catalog seems to be displaying "enumchron" but not "serialseq"
19:38 huginn         04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=5768 minor, P5, ---, oleonard, NEW, serial enumeration appearing twice in staff client
19:38 * oleonard     wonders what kind of serials data you need to reproduce nengard's results in Bug 5768...
19:31 wizzyrea       http://koha-community.org/support/koha-mailing-lists/
19:30 wizzyrea       ohh nabble makes much prettier RSS feeds than gmane
19:28 mtj            … theres some other little corrections needed for Koha stuff on nabble
19:28 wizzyrea       to do that
19:28 * wizzyrea     makes sure you have rights
19:27 mtj            updating/correcting the nabble stuff might be my little project
19:24 wizzyrea       I suspect it didn't
19:24 wizzyrea       of things to check
19:24 * wizzyrea     wonders if that broke the RSS feeds on the website, adds it to her list
19:24 rangi          :)
19:22 mtj            i've wanted that one fixed for a while now… ;)
19:21 mtj            http://koha.1045719.n5.nabble.com/
19:21 mtj            http://nabble-support.1.n2.nabble.com/Request-to-update-Koha-ILS-mailing-lists-topic-page-with-new-website-address-td6029182.html
19:21 mtj            oooh, nabble++
19:14 wizzyrea       :)
19:14 rangi          :)
19:14 rangi          wizzyrea: not in my books it wont
19:14 mtj            cheers liz
19:14 oleonard       Hooray!
19:14 wizzyrea       (the old url will still work, just fyi)
19:14 mtj            wizzyrea++
19:13 wizzyrea       you'll all be happy to know that the kudos website is now located at kudos.koha-community.org :)
18:58 rangi          Ok my stop bbiab
18:57 rangi          Sweet
18:57 sekjal         or protocols or timeouts
18:57 sekjal         if it's at the <service> level, you'd just be on different ports
18:55 rangi          I guess u run 2 servers
18:55 rangi          One new one old machine
18:55 rangi          What if you have a mix?
18:55 rangi          Yeah problem is
18:53 sekjal         probably in <service>, rather than <accounts>
18:52 rangi          Sweet
18:52 sekjal         looking at the config file now, trying to think where I could dump the variable that makes sense
18:50 sekjal         instead of hard-setting the value, use a config variable
18:50 sekjal         the code I copied and modified has a conditional that could be expanded on easily enough
18:50 rangi          Its all forward movement :)
18:50 rangi          Cool
18:50 rangi          Ahhh
18:49 sekjal         yes, a config variable would be a good thing, if this isn't a univeral problem for all SIP machines
18:49 huginn         04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=4828 enhancement, P5, ---, ian.walls, ASSIGNED, Erroneous SIP2 behaviour with non ascii characters
18:49 sekjal         bug 4828
18:49 sekjal         he implemented it a different way
18:48 rangi          Ahh what did he say? Same thing?
18:48 rangi          I guess we need to add a config variable?
18:48 sekjal         as well as dpavlin's comment on the bug report
18:47 sekjal         yes
18:47 rangi          sekjal: did you see fredericd email?
18:41 rangi          That would be pretty fun
18:41 rangi          I should submit it with all the wrong autocorrects
18:41 * rangi        is writing his abstract for access
18:39 rangi          I used it when I was at katipo at least
18:39 rangi          Its been round a while
18:35 rangi          Cool :)
18:35 nengard        :)
18:35 nengard        I've signed up :0
18:35 nengard        rangi thanks for that open sauce link!!
18:34 rangi          This bus is older than I am
18:32 rangi          I may fall asleep but will try :)
18:32 rangi          Hdl I will try to be at the persistance meeting
18:32 tcohen         hdl: thanks
18:31 hdl            have a nice evening
18:31 hdl            tcohen: yes
18:29 tcohen         i should: generate several xml files, run several zebraidx onthem at the same time?
18:29 tcohen         hdl: i'll give it a try
18:28 tcohen         for logging authorities add/mod/del actions
18:28 tcohen         i'm just reading the Biblio.pm and AuthoritiesMarc.pm code to provide a patch for a bug i plan to open
18:28 hdl            launch more than one zebraidx update at once
18:27 hdl            tcohen: I guess it would be quite easy to test.
18:26 tcohen         it's commented out, just before ModZebra in Biblio.pm
18:25 hdl            Where is that function ModZebrafiles ?
18:24 tcohen         is still open?
18:24 tcohen         by the way, do u know if the bug in indexdata stuff that prevents us from use ModZebrafiles
18:23 tcohen         yes
18:23 gmcharlt       ReindexBiblio or RequestBiblioReindex or something like that?
18:22 tcohen         I think we should call that function other way
18:21 gmcharlt       tcohen: and?
18:21 tcohen         Biblio::ModZebra -> if (nozebra,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
17:58 Brooke_        gero purpurum
17:57 rhcl           I like purple.
17:57 rhcl           is/was purple a semi-official Koha color?
17:55 sekjal         all this flickr-ry has gotten me looking at my old albums...
17:55 Brooke_        Ms. Blake, QSM is in possession of a hoodie for instance
17:54 rangi          http://www.flickr.com/photos/nengard/3450085059/  <-- and tshirts with it on
17:54 Brooke_        :)
17:53 rhcl           yea, ok. Looks like a gingerbread man, but I suppose he could be fashioned out of sourdough
17:52 gmcharlt       rhcl: there once was a mascot - http://www.flickr.com/photos/gmcharlt/3446992795/
17:42 jcamins        rangi: nifty.
17:42 Brooke_        probably bears a startling resemblance to the blobbies from the wayback
17:41 rangi          http://www.theopensauce.com/
17:41 Brooke_        I think his sourdough starter
17:41 druthb         as long as you open-source it.  ;-)
17:41 druthb         jcamins:  I second the nomination of your sourcough starter.
17:38 rhcl           A duck would be nice
17:38 rhcl           and an official Koha bird
17:38 * jcamins      suggests his sourdough starter makes an excellent mascot. :)
17:38 rhcl           and a Koha mascot
17:38 rhcl           and we need some official Koha colors
17:37 rhcl           we need a koha-community one
17:37 wizzyrea       liblime owns that
17:37 rangi          +136 pushed
17:36 rhcl           who gets the profits (if any) from this: http://shop.cafepress.com/koha
17:36 rangi          168!
17:35 rangi          and while i mention it
17:35 rangi          someone better sign off on it
17:33 wizzyrea       woohoowoohoowoohoo
17:33 sekjal         going to wrap it up and submit
17:33 * oleonard     hands out hot pink calendar widgets for everyone
17:33 sekjal         aaaaaaaaaaaand, the patch works at the second library (which also tested for patrons with diacritics in their names)
17:33 oleonard       nengard: ...or your color of choice :)
17:32 Brooke_        dunno, got me cataloguing polo from cafespress in the before time
17:32 oleonard       nengard: Your interim solution is to add this to IntranetUserCSS: div.calendar thead td.title { background: #DDD none; }
17:32 druthb         I have used zazzle with decent results, though neither zazzle or cafepress has much in the way of plus-size women's stuff.  Very annoying.
17:32 rangi          http://access2011.library.ubc.ca/program/  <-- call for submissions just went out
17:31 rangi          whats a good shirt place, that isnt cafepress?
17:31 rangi          :)
17:27 liw            rangi, I want that t-shirt too!
17:27 rangi          liw created a monster :)
17:26 Brooke_        why do these people in my inbox not understand that I'm the c64 of cataloguing?
17:26 wizzyrea       oh snap
17:26 rangi          :)
17:26 rangi          if its not packaged, ill make robin package it
17:26 rangi          or
17:26 * Brooke_      cheers rangi
17:25 rangi          i might put that on a tshirt
17:25 rangi          if its not packaged, i dont want it
17:25 * wizzyrea     must be unique: I have had so little issue with chrome
17:25 rangi          because it is updated, and is in debian
17:25 rhcl           http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2011-02/tuesdays-solar-flare-set-slam-earth-tonight
17:25 rhcl           maybe you got hit early?
17:25 jcamins        How does that even make sense?
17:24 jcamins        Yup. Chrome crashed my computer by freezing the GPU.
17:24 rangi          im all for using default jquery where we can
17:24 Brooke_        the unwashed masses have <3d oleonard's decisions in past.
17:22 nengard        you're the expert so i defer to you on all design type decisions
17:22 oleonard       The widget we use does have more features
17:22 oleonard       nengard: What I'd like to do is ditch that calendar widget and use the default jQueryUI version, but I'm not sure if everyone would go for that
17:22 jcamins        oleonard: funny you should mention that. It would seem Chrome on the Mac has lots of problems.
17:21 jcamins        wizzyrea: not as difficult as computers make my job.
17:21 oleonard       Obviously Chrome on the Mac has a problem with this.
17:21 wizzyrea       jcamins: that will make your job difficult, no?
17:20 oleonard       When you set the background color to "ActiveCaption" as it does, the browser is supposed to know what your computer's system uses for "Active window caption"
17:20 nengard        so that means you can fix it? :)
17:20 * jcamins      swears off of computers.
17:20 oleonard       http://www.iangraham.org/books/xhtml1/appd/update-23feb2000.html
17:20 oleonard       The calendar widget's CSS uses a now-deprecated CSS property called "system colors"
17:20 wizzyrea       does it have to do with gnomes?
17:19 nengard        do i want to hear it?
17:19 oleonard       nengard: Your Mac/Chrome/Calendar bug has an interesting explanation
17:19 * druthb       pounces on the "we love sekjal" bandwagon.
17:19 * druthb       checks the log...
17:19 nengard        :)
17:18 * wizzyrea     loves sekjal in a "he fixes many problems that we care about can we please keep him" kind of way
17:18 Brooke_        >:)
17:18 sekjal         Brooke_: don't think that your comment went unnoticed.
17:17 jcamins        Things that are probably a bad sign: 1. I cannot restart my computer.
17:16 wizzyrea       that bug has been an annoyance to us since we went live on koha
17:16 sekjal         I based my work off http://www.mail-archive.com/open-ils-dev@list.georgialibraries.org/msg04127.html
17:15 wizzyrea       way to spank the SIP into submission!
17:15 wizzyrea       but seriously, good job
17:14 wizzyrea       <3
17:14 wizzyrea       I LOVE YOU.
17:14 sekjal         wizzyrea:  yes, that's what this patch does
17:14 wizzyrea       through self checks?
17:14 sekjal         testing with another client right now
17:14 wizzyrea       does that mean we can check out pokémon now?
17:14 * Brooke_      ducks.
17:14 Brooke_        sekjal just does things for the attentions of the ladies.
17:14 * wizzyrea     hugs sekjal
17:14 wizzyrea       sekjal++
17:13 wizzyrea       <3
17:13 Brooke_        :)
17:13 sekjal         wehoo!  got positive reports on a live SIP machine that my Unicode patch works
17:05 nengard        both are west coast so i should be able to make it work
17:04 nengard        but i'll see what i can work out
17:04 nengard        kinda got to make an appearance
17:04 nengard        internet librarian promotes my books - including the one that shold be out that month
17:04 rangi          yeah, but access is about a million times cooler
17:03 nengard        pretty close to internet librarian which is (October 17 ? 19, 2011)
17:03 nengard        yikes
17:02 nengard        rangi that's why i asked - cause i might be able to do that instead of kohacon
17:02 rangi          that goes for everyone
17:02 rangi          im speaking there, you should come
17:01 rangi          nengard: http://access2011.library.ubc.ca/
16:59 * Brooke_      is overstimulated.
16:59 nengard        i knew she'd be happy :)
16:58 Brooke_        kia ora!!!!
16:58 nengard        and both boys used my wheelchair to get them through security faster :)
16:57 nengard        yes, bengard kept sekjal company while i slept :)
16:57 nengard        rangi what dates are the canada trip?
16:57 sekjal         nengard and I were on the same planes, both ways, totally by accident, and it was very nice
16:57 nengard        oleonard that's what i'll be doing :) hehe
16:56 druthb         sekjal, jcamins: thanx.  I'm relatively certain I could do it alone....but let's not tempt fate un-necessarily.
16:56 * oleonard     will stay home and sulk
16:56 oleonard       No rangi at KohaCon?!
16:56 rangi          im going to be just getting back to nz from canada right about then, so might not be making it either
16:56 wizzyrea       !!
16:55 jcamins        Shari may want to come. Of course, last time Shari went to India she was sick for six months.
16:55 jcamins        druthb: yes, that's a good idea.
16:55 * wizzyrea     curses oleonard for now getting that stuck in my head
16:55 wizzyrea       listen a few times it's not hard to learn >.>
16:54 jcamins        Anyway, I've already been to Istanbul.
16:54 jcamins        oleonard: I don't know the song very well.
16:54 sekjal         druthb: yes, we can definitely arrange same-planes.
16:54 * druthb       suspects she knows what oleonard linked, and resists the psuedo-rick-roll.
16:54 oleonard       Yeah, but could you bear having the song in your head the whole time jcamins? http://vimeo.com/6746927
16:53 * druthb       would prefer to fly *with* someone else, regardless of where.  jcamins, sekjal, if you guys are going, let's plan for that, hm?
16:53 rangi          1903 $nzd is the cheapest i can get
16:52 * jcamins      would prefer to fly through Istanbul than Abu Dhabi.
16:52 druthb         istanbul makes for the cheapest route for me, via Chicago, of all things.
16:51 liw            this is why the free software world needs its own Zeppelin
16:51 jcamins        Istanbul is the least expensive from NYC.
16:50 druthb         1300-ish for me...DC to NYC then to Mumbai via either Doha or Abu Dhabi or Istanbul.
16:49 oleonard       My wife will want to send me just so I won't grump around the house the whole week like I did in 2010.
16:49 nengard        not traveling with a crutch again
16:48 oleonard       But I hate to miss two in a row.
16:48 nengard        me too
16:48 nengard        yup
16:48 * oleonard     was hoping for something a little closer this year
16:48 jcamins        As little as ~$1100 from NYC.
16:48 nengard        can't afford that two years in a row
16:48 nengard        one of the reasons i won't be going
16:46 oleonard       Travelocity says ~ $1200 from where I am.
16:46 liw            India, eh
16:45 oleonard_      You just have to scroll down past "About this site"
16:45 liw            ah, too obvious
16:45 jcamins        liw: it's the front page. :)
16:45 liw            and I can't find the blog url on koha-community.org easily
16:44 nengard        liw, yes Thane was chosen
16:43 wizzyrea       you lush
16:43 liw            except for this channel, I'm entirely detached from Koha :(
16:43 rangi          hehe, everyone is listening cept some tall koha dude who is too busy drinking
16:42 nengard        liw read the blog :)
16:42 rangi          http://www.flickr.com/photos/taniwha/5435806556/in/photostream/
16:42 liw            has the location been decided?
16:42 * druthb       is hoping the boss will send her to KohaCon 11
16:42 nengard        nengard is going to miss kohacon 11
16:41 * sekjal       is looking forward to KohaCon '11
16:40 * liw          waves and regrets kohacon non-attendance
16:37 nengard        wasn't sure what i was looking at in the far out pic
16:37 nengard        rangi that is too funny
16:36 rangi          gotta love foo camp
16:36 rangi          http://www.flickr.com/photos/taniwha/5435199621/in/photostream/
16:36 rangi          and close up
16:36 nengard        (catching up on emails)
16:36 nengard        oleonard++
16:36 rangi          http://www.flickr.com/photos/taniwha/5435813502/in/photostream/
16:35 rangi          heres a fun photo
16:33 nengard        got it
16:32 sekjal         nengard: I didn't give a talk, but I did stand up with an idea at one point
16:32 sekjal         sometimes there is hissing... mostly at my cats, though
16:32 nengard        sekjal i think you told me like 3 times that you gave a talk at kohacon09 ... such a crap memory
16:30 wizzyrea       no he doesn't
16:30 wizzyrea       wait
16:30 wizzyrea       true story
16:30 wizzyrea       he also hisses and has fangs
16:30 druthb         gmcharlt:  blame the camera.
16:29 * sekjal       has a goth moment
16:29 gmcharlt       (well, that's my story and I'm sticking by it ;) )
16:29 sekjal         you can see that I'm naturally drawn to the shadows...
16:29 gmcharlt       he moves so quickly that I couldn't get a clear picture
16:29 wizzyrea       it is a rare sighting of sekjal in the wild
16:28 wizzyrea       AHA
16:28 druthb         My life, has been truly blessed by y'all.
16:28 * jcamins      too
16:28 gmcharlt       http://www.flickr.com/photos/gmcharlt/4379557354/
16:28 * druthb       agrees with wizzyrea.
16:28 sekjal         awww!
16:27 wizzyrea       can I just say, I'm so grateful to have you all as friends.
16:27 rangi          might be in galens or lees
16:27 rangi          there is one
16:26 nengard        okay i went through them all - no ian anywhere!
16:26 nengard        :)
16:26 wizzyrea       I remember this tho: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nengard/3446692207/in/set-72157616772558301/
16:26 nengard        then again i was not happy at that time so i blocked a lot out
16:25 wizzyrea       haha!
16:25 nengard        i remember so little
16:25 nengard        glad i'm not alone in this
16:25 nengard        hehe
16:25 wizzyrea       you know I did not remember that I had dinner with daniel grobani
16:24 wizzyrea       that is a good one  nengard
16:24 wizzyrea       haha
16:24 wizzyrea       http://www.flickr.com/photos/nengard/3448509965/in/set-72157616772558301/
16:24 wizzyrea       this is the cheesecake that joetho threw at pianohacker
16:23 nengard        i like this one: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nengard/3450102567/in/set-72157616772558301/
16:23 nengard        wizzyrea that was fun :) hehe
16:23 druthb         nengard has this talent for grabbing me in less-than-flattering photos.  (It's not hard; she's not the only one with that particular talent)
16:23 wizzyrea       i think the wal mart trip ones are my favorite lol
16:22 nengard        wow i took some blurry pics
16:21 huginn         druthb: Quote #102: "<druthb> harrrumph!" (added by gmcharlt at 07:42 PM, November 11, 2010)
16:21 druthb         @quote get 102
16:20 * jwagner      chortles
16:20 jwagner        druthb, see http://www.flickr.com/photos/nengard/3450087337/in/set-72157616772558301/
16:20 druthb         I don't think you would do that.
16:19 nengard        I could leave you at that train station you know
16:19 nengard        http://www.flickr.com/photos/nengard/sets/72157616772558301/
16:19 * druthb       mutters something you cannot quite hear.
16:19 druthb         hehehe...
16:19 nengard        no comment from druthb needed
16:18 nengard        i was running around like a maniac there
16:18 nengard        I'll have to see if you're in any of them :)
16:18 nengard        I didn't remember nate being there either until i went through my pics :)
16:18 sekjal         yup
16:18 nengard        ian you were there?
16:18 druthb         KohaCon 09
16:18 nengard        which conference?
16:18 druthb         s/where/were/
16:17 druthb         sekjal, if nengard didn't get any pix of you, then none where taken, I think.  She was pretty camera-happy there.
16:17 sekjal         yup, I think I managed to stay completely invisible for that conference.
16:16 * druthb       waves to nengard from somewhere north of Baltimore.
16:14 * druthb       was there, but is only in a few very-regrettable pictures, like that one.
16:13 * sekjal       was there, but probably isn't in any of the pics
16:12 * oleonard     gets sucked into looking at KohaCon photos...
16:10 * jcamins      is ~1m76 tall. Quite a lot shorter.
16:10 druthb         well, yes, I would.  Now, who is *this* hairy beast?  http://www.flickr.com/photos/nengard/3453204741
16:09 paul_p         for everyone information: i'm 1m94 So tall, but not NBA-size tall ;-)
16:09 jcamins        druthb: you'd be kind of intimidatingly tall as a hobo, too.
16:08 druthb         that's schuster with him in the flickr pic, jcamins, and schuster is kinda shortish;  I'm nearly a full head taller than schuster, so paul_p is about eyebrows-up taller than me.
16:07 jcamins        :)
16:07 jcamins        And, indeed, very classy.
16:07 jcamins        Wow. Yes, intimidatingly tall.
16:06 oleonard       http://www.flickr.com/photos/nengard/3450102567/
16:06 paul_p         jcamins, choose the one you want : http://www.google.com/images?client=ubuntu&channel=fs&q=paul+poulain&oe=utf-8&um=1&ie=UTF-8&source=og&sa=N&hl=fr&tab=wi&biw=1676&bih=907 :D
16:05 oleonard       paul_p would also make for an intimidatingly tall homeless man
16:05 * jcamins      tries to picture paul_p as a homeless hobo and fails. He doesn't know what paul_p looks like.
16:05 * oleonard     was thinking the same thing
16:05 * druthb       tries to picture paul_p as a homeless hobo, and fails.  He'd look classy even doing that...
16:04 druthb         paul_p++
16:01 gmcharlt       paul_p++
16:01 paul_p         oleonard, lol. How life would be easier without librarians... hey... but ... without librarians no libraries, no Koha, no BibLibre, no money for my family, homeless man. Well, all counted, good customers :D
16:01 jcamins        Yes, what's baffling to me is all the finding! They're finding edge cases for me that I would _never_ find on my own.
16:00 oleonard       Ah, then the customers are doing valuable bug-hunting!
16:00 jcamins        oleonard: no, pesky bugs!
16:00 oleonard       Pesky customers ;)
15:59 jcamins        Wrong window.
15:59 jcamins        Whoops, sorry about that last.
15:59 * paul_p       sing a french song to help kahu falling asleep again...
15:58 jcamins        I don't understand how Farmington comes up with so many problems.
15:54 * druthb       would use tranquilizer darts, but they might not work on kiwis, because of the mis-spelling.
15:53 rangi          heh
15:50 * druthb       seeks out the tranquiliser darts.
15:49 gmcharlt       rangi: just don't confuse the two ;)
15:49 * jwagner      sends rangi a stiff drink :-)
15:49 * jwagner      sends Kahu sympathy and Pepto-Bismol
15:47 rangi          and yes, i shouldnt be awake, kahu has a stomach bug :(
15:46 rangi          druthb: there's an easy fix for that, run a ssh server on port 80, thats what i do
15:41 * druthb       spends too much of her time crawling around in the low-level protocols of the Internets, possibly.
15:40 druthb         oleonard:  That is, in fact, the case here--I'm having to use Mibbit, and SSH is no-go.  whole big chunks of the Internet landscape are blacked out...  :P
15:39 oleonard       "Oh man the internet here in western Kansas is awful! All I can get is farming web sites!"
15:39 jwagner        oleonard, Google Maps takes over the Internet?
15:39 oleonard       Imagine if you could only receive certain parts of the internet depending on where you were on the road.
15:38 jwagner        But not as useful in pacifying the "are we there yet" backseat crowd, unless all of them have laptops/wifi devices :-)
15:37 jcamins        jwagner: it's much the same thing... wifi is part of the electromagnetic spectrum, too.
15:37 * druthb       giggles.
15:37 jwagner        Ya know, I remember complaints from various road trips in the dim and distant pass, where the silver lining was "at least the radio works"  -- my how times change....
15:35 * druthb       is stuck on I-95 somewhere between DC and Bawlmer...but at least the wi-fi sorta works.
15:34 * druthb       puts on her seatbelt, just for good measure.
15:34 druthb         thanx, jwagner.  :)
15:34 * jwagner      hands druthb the Velcro
15:23 rhcl           you have to use an onion router then
15:22 druthb         lol
15:22 wahanui        ...but rda is a room in a twisty maze of standards...
15:22 druthb         wahanui: RDA is ready
15:21 jcamins        I wonder what Wahanui was responding to.
15:21 jcamins        the answer as soon as rda?
15:21 rhcl           beats me. Not my day to watch hudson
15:20 jcamins        i'll give you the answer as soon as rda?
15:20 wahanui        i already had it that way, huginn.
15:20 huginn         rhcl_away: I'll give you the answer as soon as RDA is ready
15:20 rhcl_away      @hudson translate "Lorsque j'affecte un ticket à un "Groupe demandeur" les membres de ce groupe ne visualisent pas le ticket en question (à l'exception évidemment du demandeur originel)."
15:20 rhcl_away      wouldn't it be cool if hudson could translate? something like:
15:19 magnuse        druthb: the airport shuttle in wellington has that, apparently ;-)
15:18 druthb         Wi-fi on a *bus*.  who knew?
15:16 nengard        webinar time - ttyl
15:16 jcamins        thd: if they have that many people attending, I'd say so!
15:15 thd            I expect that VPM will need some large hall for KohaCon.
15:13 hdl            btw paul_p would you also announce the Kohala meeting soon in France on koha lists ?
15:00 * thd          level of French still seems less than a one year old.  Such a difficult language.
14:59 thd            s/sounds/words/
14:58 thd            paul_p: French seems half English if written out.  The bigger problem is that the French speak to quickly and I cannot separate the sounds well enough.
14:57 nengard        thd looks like a setting is off on limesurvey or on my server
14:56 * magnuse      ducks
14:56 kf             no, the real pain is that _I_ don't speak french
14:56 magnuse        ok, we could give them/you some years to learn english first... ;-)
14:56 * kf           ducks
14:56 kf             yep, that's really a pain
14:55 kf             paup_p: same thought here
14:55 paul_p         magnuse, you know what's the pain with frenchies ? they speak french :D
14:55 jcamins        magnuse: if they did that they'd only get one Koha conference. I can see the logic.
14:55 magnuse        paul_p: no interest in expanding the french conf to a global conf for one year?
14:55 thd            nengard: Do you know why the timestamps are all the same?
14:54 magnuse        i would suggest having two or even three kohacons before it can return to the same country/continent, or we might end up alternating between the us and india (which are both fine countries, but giving europe, africa, oceania... a chance now and then would be nice too ;-)
14:54 kf             hmpf :)
14:53 paul_p         Note that France already had the 1st KohaCon (in 2006), and there is a yearly french conference organized by Kohala. So i don't think anyone will candidate for a long time
14:52 paul_p         lol
14:51 kf             hehe
14:51 nengard        hehe
14:51 jcamins        kf: that would make sense, though paul_p would probably suggest that France and England are continents apart. ;)
14:51 nengard        makes sense
14:51 nengard        that's fine with me too
14:50 kf             not the same continent twice
14:50 kf             perhaps continent would be better
14:50 nengard        I'll set it up whenever you all ask me to do so
14:50 nengard        agreed
14:50 nengard        yes
14:50 magnuse        yeah, and lets get that ball rolling the sooner the better ;-)
14:50 nengard        so India can't win again next year
14:50 nengard        and we already said it won't be in the same country two times in a row
14:49 jcamins        :)
14:49 jcamins        Fortunately there will be another KohaCon next year, so anyone who feels aggrieved can submit another proposal.
14:49 nengard        k
14:49 thd            As long as it is seen to be fair and sufficiently transparent that is fine.
14:48 nengard        yup
14:47 thd            I found the number of votes a little surprising but South Asia is very densely populated.
14:47 nengard        there were a couple names that weren't real but not enough to skew the results
14:47 nengard        no names or emails were repeated
14:47 nengard        there is an excessive duplication of info - but that's on the institution level and you can see that on the wiki
14:46 thd            nengard: I assumed that you checked for excessive duplications of info :)
14:46 wizzyrea       ^^ clear enough for me
14:46 nengard        I did say I'd share with anyone if you asked for it
14:46 wizzyrea       it's clear to me anyway
14:45 nengard        thd do you want me to send it to you?
14:45 wizzyrea       I think that's clear
14:45 thd            wizzyrea: As long as it is clear that it is available for inspection then we have a sufficiently transparent process.
14:45 nengard        thd we can send you the raw results - but we don't want that posted on the wiki where others can grab our info
14:45 kf             but I remember the word anonymous
14:45 kf             not sure what the statement on the front page exactly said
14:45 kf             wizzyrea: I don't think it would be right to do it
14:44 wizzyrea       but could likely be provided on request, correct?
14:44 wizzyrea       we *have* the info, it's just not *public*
14:43 thd            gmcharlt: If we have no identifying info then we have an easy case for voter fraud with an open electorate.
14:43 nengard        emails and names
14:43 thd            nengard: All identifying info?
14:42 gmcharlt       http://wiki.koha-community.org/w/images/Kohacon2011-site-survey-results-anonymized.csv
14:41 nengard        i sent it to galen - but he's removing all identifying info before he uploads it
14:41 thd            nengard: Are you able to upload a CSV file now?
14:41 jcamins        In no time at all my youngest brother is going to be driving.
14:40 jcamins        8 years.
14:40 wizzyrea       how much younger is he?
14:40 * jcamins      is too busy being horrified by the fact that his second-to-youngest brother can *drive* to focus on the question at hand, sorry.
14:40 wizzyrea       maybe owen did something...
14:39 wizzyrea       we really ought to have a stock answer for that
14:39 kf             hm, there is the first post on the website - but it's perhaps not specific enough
14:39 wizzyrea       or a mailing list post
14:39 wizzyrea       something already done
14:39 wizzyrea       does anyone remember a definitive blog post that we could point him to
14:38 wizzyrea       where to even start there.
14:37 wizzyrea       oh my
14:35 kf             hm who is going to answer that mail on [koha]?
14:34 jcamins        My second-to-youngest brother passed his driving test.
14:31 wizzyrea       lovely breeze from the south
14:30 wizzyrea       awesome, but weird.
14:30 wizzyrea       ^^ it's feb. In kansas. That is not right.
14:30 huginn         wizzyrea: The current temperature in Channel 6 Downtown, Lawrence, Kansas is 15.3�C (8:32 AM CST on February 17, 2011). Conditions: Haze. Humidity: 86%. Dew Point: 13.0�C. Pressure: 29.54 in 1000.2 hPa (Falling).
14:30 wizzyrea       @wunder lawrence, ks
14:29 nengard        hehe
14:29 wizzyrea       so it counts :)
14:29 wizzyrea       but he *asks* to play in the tub with toys... with water and soap
14:29 jcamins        wizzyrea: well, of course. A bath is probably cruel and unusual too.
14:28 wizzyrea       do note the word "bath" is nowhere in that phrase
14:28 wizzyrea       he'd much rather "play in the tub with toys"
14:28 nengard        ha!
14:28 wizzyrea       so does my 3 year old
14:28 jcamins        My cat says taking a shower constitutes cruel and unusual punishment.
14:27 wizzyrea       I consider taking showers important, yes :)
14:27 jwagner        But at least his sourdough is joining the conversation now
14:27 kf             because you are busy with the important things? :)
14:27 jcamins        I, too, missed the discussion of chorizo.
14:27 wizzyrea       :)
14:27 jcamins        Ah.
14:26 kf             lol
14:26 wizzyrea       I missed the discussion of chorizo, world travel, and your cat
14:26 jcamins        wizzyrea: why's that?
14:26 wizzyrea       I always miss the fun conversation
14:24 jcamins        I decided to just disable the network card so that no e-mail would go out.
14:24 jcamins        Ah.
14:24 kf             the longoverdoes thing
14:24 kf             jcamins: we never tried to use it - but perhaps you should ask her about it
14:24 jcamins        kf: which script?
14:24 kf             jcamins: I think druthb said this script needs to be rewritetn
14:21 tcohen         jcamins :D
14:20 jcamins        My cat is also interested to hear more. ;)
14:20 jcamins        tcohen: that sounds like a good idea to me.
14:17 tcohen         (about such a feature)
14:17 tcohen         has anyone thoght about it before and has some concerns?
14:16 tcohen         i'm just about to fill a bug asking for authorities add/change/remove logging
14:00 jcamins        Does the long overdue task send e-mails?
13:46 nengard        the survey app generated an ugly pdf :)
13:46 jcamins        paul_p: I think that's the way it is, because I noticed lots of blank pages too.
13:46 nengard        paul_p most pages are blank
13:46 jcamins        I think paul_p's first guess was right.
13:45 paul_p         nengard, is it my pdf reader or most pages are almost blank with a small  "HT" in a square and a few grey lines ?
13:45 jcamins        Huh.
13:43 jcamins        paul_p: also, my time on the continent of Asia was limited to Afghanistan, so I hardly count that as representative either.
13:43 nengard        PDF of results linked here: http://koha-community.org/kohacon-2011-votes/
13:43 magnuse        yeah, congrats to thane!
13:41 hdl            Congrats Thane
13:41 paul_p         nope. Because France is so beautifull & special & wonderfull & great & cute & ... that you can't compare it to any other country in the world ! (ps : kidding ;-) )
13:40 jcamins        paul_p: I thought France was implied.
13:40 paul_p         (carefull readers noticing that Spain/switzerland & norway are just 3, not 4 :D)
13:40 jcamins        I've also only been to Morocco in Africa, so that hardly counts at all.
13:40 kf             paul_p++
13:39 jcamins        paul_p: eventually I'll visit every single country, but right now visiting every continent is a challenge. ;)
13:39 paul_p         jcamins, well, in Europe, it's so different between Spain, Switzerland, norway (just to name 4), that you can't just say "i've been to Europe". Well... it's the same for most continents, I agree ;-)
13:38 magnuse        hehe
13:38 * jcamins      thinks this settles it- clearly KohaCon 2012 needs to be in Antarctica. ;)
13:38 jcamins        I've been to North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa, though. :)
13:36 jcamins        Nor Australia/Oceania, for that matter.
13:36 * jcamins      has never been to South America or Antarctica.
13:36 kf             hehe
13:35 magnuse        antarctica!
13:35 jcamins        South America!
13:35 kf             europe!
13:34 magnuse        hm, if the us and india are the biggies of the koha world we could end up with kohacon there alternate years, there should be some guarantee that other continents get a chance too, i think
13:33 paul_p         (in Africa, i've a doubt anyone could volunteer to organize, but a reliable project would have my vote, no doudts !)
13:33 paul_p         ++ with the idea of rotating : next year in Europe or Africa !
13:32 paul_p         kf++ (for anonymous results)
13:26 nengard        okey dokey kf
13:26 nengard        I can send the raw results to anyone who wants to see
13:25 kf             nengard: the survey said it's anonymous on the front page - so I think we should not post the data on the wiki or elsewhere
13:25 magnuse        nengard: ah, ok good
13:25 nengard        but maybe we need more rules so it rotates around the world better
13:25 nengard        magnuse I think we already agreed it won't be in the same country two years in a row
13:24 nengard        It looks like it was mostly people in India
13:24 magnuse        i agree with nengard, we might want to settle some rules to make sure kohacon will alternate between continents/countries and then vote on 2012
13:24 paul_p         my bet= it's option 1 that is the occuring one. nengard if you want/can confirm?
13:23 paul_p         877: 2 options = either there are 700 from India, and it clearly show a BIG interest for Koha in India, so it's good to have the KohaCon in India, or the votes are equally splitted around the world, and it's good to see 877 ppl are interested by the KohaCon11 !
13:22 magnuse        yeah, that was quite a clear victory! ;-) and 877 votes is amazing
13:20 magnuse        ah
13:19 nengard        email
13:19 magnuse        huh?
13:17 nengard        by a landside
13:17 nengard        heh
13:17 jcamins        India. :)
13:16 jcamins        Woohoo!
13:15 paul_p         hi jcamins & sourdough
13:13 * magnuse      greets the sourdough
13:07 * kf           waves to the sourdough
13:06 jwagner        Hi to the sourdough!
13:02 jcamins        My sourdough starter says "hi" too.
12:57 magnuse        day!
12:57 NateC          morning!
12:57 magnuse        hiya NateC
12:52 jwagner        Hi magnuse
12:52 magnuse        hiya jwagner
12:29 magnuse        good morning jcamins and nengard
12:29 nengard        morning jcamins and #koha
12:27 jcamins        Good morning, #koha
12:20 magnuse        oh no! ;-)
12:15 druthb         kf would have seen *us* all drop off abruptly, just as we saw her and the rest drop.  so maybe it was us on the dark side...  :P
12:11 magnuse        the dark side? *shivers*
12:10 druthb         magnuse:  that happens when multiple IRC servers serve the same IP, in a load-balancer scheme.  Those folks were all on the *other* side.
12:09 druthb         and we're all back! :D
12:07 magnuse        has the internet split? doesn't sound good!
12:06 magnuse        que?
12:06 druthb         oooh.... a netsplit!
11:54 magnuse        this one was from when my wife went to the canary islands earlier this winter :-)
11:51 * druthb       is a big fan of chorizo.  *good* chorizo is kind of hard to get here in DC.
11:50 magnuse        in norwegian "artig" means funny... ;-)
11:49 * kf           is not the best translator
11:48 kf             2 scheiben brot, eine mit Chorizo aus Spanien und eine mit lokal hergestelltem camenbertartigem käse
11:47 kf             hm
11:42 magnuse        kf: two slices of bread, one with chorizo from spain and one with locally made camambert-style cheese
11:41 kf             magnuse: what is for lunch?
11:39 * kf           wonders what magnus has
11:38 druthb         ooo...granola with pecans!  yum.
11:37 kf             I had müsli mit pekannuss
11:37 kf             :)
11:36 druthb         Probably.  This was some deli-sliced turkey, put it in as an experiment.  Came out good!
11:36 kf             because I seldom eat truthahn probably :)
11:35 druthb         damn automated translation.  I don't think we've bumped into that word before!
11:35 * druthb       giggles insanely.
11:33 kf             türkei is the country :)
11:33 kf             druthb: it's truthahn
11:33 kf             türkei?
11:31 * druthb       just cooked up an omelett med kalkun og ost...or an omelett mit käse und türkei, if you prefer...
11:28 druthb         hee hee...
11:28 magnuse        that reminds me: lunchtime!
11:28 magnuse        ooh, good one
11:27 druthb         Käsefondue.  mmmmmm
11:26 magnuse        good to know. sauerkraut!
11:26 * druthb       has learned some interesting German words from kf.  Mostly foods--when KohaCon gets held in Germany, I won't starve.
11:25 magnuse        hehe
11:25 druthb         I'm trying to greet more of my friends in their own language, even if I can't get any more than that.  :)  For jwagner, I think the appropriate term is "Play Ball!" shouted enthusiastically.  She speaks Baseball.
11:24 magnuse        and: god morgen|kveld = good morning|evening
11:23 magnuse        :-)
11:23 magnuse        druthb: yep
11:22 druthb         magnus:  would "god dag" be saying it correctly?
11:21 druthb         :)  guten tag, kf.
11:21 kf             hi druthb :)
11:19 druthb         hi, magnus! :)
11:18 magnuse        hiya druthb
11:05 magnuse        have you got any participants outside biblibre yet?
11:05 magnuse        paul_p: i think i probably will
10:59 paul_p         magnuse, come to Marseille, the weather is better ;-) (in April, don't forget your swimming suit, the sea is usually OK)
10:58 huginn         paul_p: The current temperature in Marseille, France is 10.0�C (11:30 AM CET on February 17, 2011). Conditions: Mostly Cloudy. Humidity: 76%. Dew Point: 6.0�C. Pressure: 29.44 in 997 hPa (Steady).
10:58 paul_p         @wunder marseille, france
10:20 huginn         magnuse: The current temperature in Bodo, Norway is -8.0�C (10:50 AM CET on February 17, 2011). Conditions: Clear. Humidity: 58%. Dew Point: -15.0�C. Windchill: -19.0�C. Pressure: 30.18 in 1022 hPa (Steady).
10:20 magnuse        @wunder bodo, norway
10:18 magnuse        oops, cloned myself by accident
09:19 huginn         rangi: Quote #29: "< CGI634> kill self now avoid slow cataloging death" (added by chris at 09:32 PM, September 02, 2009)
09:19 rangi          @quote random
09:19 huginn         rangi: Quote #106: "<jwagner> Bah, humbug" (added by druthb at 01:31 PM, November 29, 2010)
09:19 rangi          @quote random
08:48 rangi          thanks
08:47 paul_p         rangi, thx for this discussion, sweet dreams !
08:44 * magnuse      is going to read this, about bibsys and oclc: http://www.researchinformation.info/features/feature.php?feature_id=308
08:41 kf             hehe
08:40 magnuse        (and took it with her to work, of course...)
08:39 rangi          :)
08:39 magnuse        rangi: Kiritaki Koha looks interesting, too bad my wife has the only android in the house... :-)
08:39 kf             bugzilla++ :)
08:38 magnuse        paul_p: good plan
08:36 rangi          lots of nicer webservices
08:36 rangi          http://www.bugzilla.org/releases/4.0/release-notes.html#v40_feat_ws_changes
08:36 rangi          nicer advanced search too
08:36 rangi          http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/query.cgi
08:35 paul_p         Autocomplete for Users and Keywords => this one too !
08:34 rangi          this will be helpful
08:34 rangi          http://www.bugzilla.org/releases/4.0/release-notes.html#v40_feat_dup
08:34 paul_p         (hopefully, after the 6months, we will hire him :D )
08:34 rangi          http://www.bugzilla.org/releases/4.0/release-notes.html
08:33 rangi          cool paul_p
08:33 rangi          ok, running version 4 now
08:33 magnuse        paul_p: cool!
08:25 paul_p         all: it's confirmed we have a student, starting on march 1st, for 6 months, that will be at least half-time dedicated to working on Koha patches integration & sign-off &...
08:24 rangi          cool thanks
08:23 paul_p         rangi, ok, will try to do that. Probably not today, but will do !
08:22 rangi          yes, it would be
08:21 paul_p         ('morning kf)
08:21 paul_p         so it could be usefull if I attach to 5575 some follow-ups on git.biblibre.com, with patch id and/or branch ?
08:20 rangi          then we can check for follow ups
08:20 rangi          when i have made bugs for all the parts of 5575
08:19 rangi          for those ones, ill need you to update the bug with where to get it from
08:19 paul_p         (not yesterday, feb 14th
08:19 paul_p         rangi, for example the patch 195ec93559277 I pushed yesterday (branch MT5441)
08:19 kf             hi paul_p
08:18 kf             good morning #koha
08:18 paul_p         rangi, that's a good idea. But the problem is that new fixes are related to new MT from libraries. So a patch may be related to something in members, but don't contains any visible link to 5575
08:16 rangi          usually by searching the log for the MT
08:16 rangi          yeah thats why its taking me a while because i am looking for the fixes on your other repo
08:13 paul_p         (related to the branches you're merging or not)
08:13 paul_p         I would say that's something like 60 patches
08:12 paul_p         rangi, another question : there are already some bugfixes on some of those branches. how do you think we should deal with them ? 40% are patches not in a topic branch on git.biblibre.com and 60% of them are in a topic branch (and now, it should be 100% or 95%) ?
08:11 rangi          so i might try upgrading
08:11 rangi          bugzilla 4 is out
08:09 rangi          yes that would be perfect
08:06 paul_p         ok, so what I could do usefull would be to check all the bugs related to 5574/5575, and, for those who are "pushed, pls test", test & close !
08:05 paul_p         too bad the dependancy graph don't display the status of the bug. That would really be handy !
08:04 rangi          like 5760
08:04 rangi          then when its signed off it gets made into a branch and merged
08:02 rangi          and sent to the koha-patches list
08:02 rangi          its attached to the bug
08:00 paul_p         the 5432 is "patch sent / needs signoff", so I should have it on kc isn't it ?
07:57 rangi          but already some signed off and merged so getting there :)
07:57 rangi          5575 is about halfway
07:57 rangi          5574 has all its patches attached
07:57 rangi          etc
07:57 rangi          http://git.catalyst.net.nz/gw?p=koha.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/biblibre/bug_5575/bug_5728
07:56 paul_p         ok, got it!
07:56 rangi          yep thats right
07:56 paul_p         ah, OK. So catalyst repo is for wip, while kc is for "sign-off/test"
07:56 rangi          the important thing to check is the patch status
07:56 rangi          no im sending patches when i have check the patch applies and i have grouped all the common changes together
07:55 paul_p         I think i'm still missing something with your workflow. I thought you putted topic branches on kc once you've checked the patch applied. Am I missing something?
07:55 rangi          if they dont have a patch attached, its because i think there are more patches later to be added
07:55 rangi          if they have a patch attached i have finished merging them and testing them
07:54 rangi          if patch pushed, they are in master
07:54 paul_p         why are they on catalyst repo & not on koha-community ?
07:53 paul_p         they are pushed in master or in topic branches ?
07:53 rangi          need testing, so they can be marked resolved
07:53 rangi          the ones with patch pushed
07:53 rangi          yep, i havent pushed that yet but yu can see it in the catalyst repo
07:53 hdl            hi
07:53 paul_p         5730 = nothing to say/add
07:52 rangi          i think just carrying the surname is probably the best, but the main change needed there is to update both inc
07:52 paul_p         5728= nothing to say/add
07:52 paul_p         i'm afraid othernames & initials are used for different things depending on countries...
07:51 paul_p         5432 = hdl answered. Do you think we should fix something ?
07:49 paul_p         (yes, really, he said humanist...)
07:49 rangi          humanist? crazy
07:49 rangi          http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/showdependencytree.cgi?id=5575&hide_resolved=1
07:48 paul_p         (back to 5575 ;-) )
07:48 paul_p         french govt gave the "legion d'honneur" yesterday to Steve Ballmer :( President Sarkozy said "we are happy to have Microsoft investing in France, and are grateful for this humanist company" (i'm not kidding, hélas...)
07:48 rangi          this week i have been working on 5575
07:48 rangi          yep
07:45 paul_p         (debriefing = frenchism suspected...)
07:45 paul_p         hi rangi. do you have a few mn now for a weekly debriefing ?
07:44 rangi          hi paul_p
07:43 paul_p         hello world
07:37 rangi          evening
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06:01 Brooke_        wahanui: Māori?
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03:21 rangi          !hudson build koha_master now
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02:56 huginn         New commit(s) kohagit: Bumping database version <http://git.koha-community.org/gitweb/?p=koha.git;a=commitdiff;h=bdf7e79e4d1f824e0810e30a0b279bef7780c656>
01:59 ibeardslee     hmmm that also pretty much answers another thing that had been running through my mind
01:45 thd            eythian++
01:35 rangi          yeah
01:35 eythian        so reviews and ratings and so forth get shared between libraries.
01:34 rangi          the related subjects thing is about 80% done
01:34 eythian        I like the idea of having a Koha-data server thing that allows library/borrower submitted data that ends up being shared amongst Koha isntances that enable it.
01:34 rangi          because they have good api, and do good things
01:33 rangi          we should make more use of open library
01:33 thd            Open Library will not use Amazon APIs because they want unencumbered metadata.
01:32 rangi          makes it harder to sell your soul
01:32 rangi          thats why you want proper licenses
01:32 thd            ethian: IMDB was communal until they sold out to Amazon.  CDDB was communal until they sold out to Gracenote.
01:31 rangi          dicks
01:31 eythian        yeah
01:31 rangi          yeah, unusable by a library
01:30 eythian        http://www.imdb.com/help/show_leaf?usedatasoftware
01:30 rangi          paying money and still not being able to actually use it, that worries me
01:30 eythian        That sucks, the whole point of IMDB originally was that it was a communal database.
01:30 rangi          money doesnt worry me either
01:30 rangi          whats the license on it?
01:30 eythian        yeah, just poking through the site.
01:29 thd            eythian: They charge real money now, https://listserv.nd.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A2=ind1101&L=NGC4LIB&T=0&F=&S=&P=23504 .
01:28 eythian        nope
01:27 thd            eythian: Do you still have the data?
01:27 eythian        Probably. I used the data for a database class in ... 2001 or '02, so a bit more than several years.
01:26 thd            eythian: Was that before Amazon bought them?
01:26 eythian        you can also download all of IMDB in SQL (at least, last I looked several years ago)
01:25 rangi          see broken reviews
01:25 eythian        well, by scraping, I mean some way of fetching it all. But yeah.
01:25 rangi          they do of course keep changing them
01:25 thd            However, Amazon does not favour truly open data.
01:25 thd            eythian: There is are APIs from Amazon which avoids the need for scraping.
01:24 rangi          *nod*
01:24 thd            rangi: Galen is pursuing the GPLS dependency issue but he has been busy with forming the legal organisation for Evergreen.
01:23 rangi          either works ;)
01:23 thd            rangi: or AGPL 3 :)
01:22 rangi          thd: you might like to email, ask if he wants to release it under gpl3
01:22 thd            rangi: Exactly.
01:22 rangi          freeware interests me not at all
01:22 rangi          which is why i dont get excited by either
01:21 rangi          same with marcedit
01:21 eythian        writing a * to marc converter would be easy provided you had a way of scraping all the required information
01:21 thd            rangi: We could fix the bugs and make many enhancements.
01:21 thd            rangi: Exactly.
01:20 rangi          without that, everything else is pointless
01:20 rangi          yes, but not to my what license is it under
01:20 thd            s/responed/responded/
01:20 eythian        That's pretty odd
01:20 thd            rangi: Has he responed?
01:20 eythian        the marc in the item marc view isn't complete, it has no subfield indicators.
01:19 rangi          i emailed charles about them
01:19 thd            rangi: It is only the conversion tools which interest me.
01:19 rangi          yeah
01:19 thd            rangi: The Amazon to MARC 21 conversions are interesting despite some problems.
01:19 rangi          yeah thats a particularly crap site
01:18 thd            rangi: Unfortunately the download seems to be missing http://chopac.org/down.html .
01:18 rangi          what am i looking for?
01:18 rangi          k
01:18 thd            rangi: see http://chopac.org
01:17 rangi          nothing
01:16 thd            rangi: What do you know about the Chopac ILS?
01:16 rangi          yes
01:16 thd            rangi: are you present?