Time  Nick            Message
23:18 eythian         mostly I want it to be able to work out what instances should be active, and test them all, so that you don't have to reconfigure nagios each time you add or remove a koha instance.
23:18 Judit           other than testing
23:18 Judit           anything we can help with?
23:17 Judit           okay
23:17 eythian         I plan to make them interact smartly with the packages at some stage, that's why I haven't released them properly yet
23:17 eythian         add the catalyst repo to your git, and checkout the 'nagios' branch from it.
23:16 eythian         http://git.catalyst.net.nz/gw?p=koha.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/nagios
23:16 Judit           hm
23:16 eythian         they're not as complete as I want, but you're welcome to use them
23:15 eythian         Judit: yeah, I have some
23:15 Judit           eythian, i have heard there are some nagios plugins for koha cooking somewhere. any update or eta you know of?
23:15 jcamins         It does indeed.
23:15 eythian         looks like it does, from the examples
23:14 eythian         jcamins: this also applies when you don't have the host item, just the article itself?
23:13 eythian         jcamins: cheers
23:13 jcamins         ^^ eythian
23:13 huginn          jcamins: Information concerning the host item for the constituent unit described in the record (vertical relationship). In the case of host items that are serial or multi-volume in nature, information in subfields $g and $q is necessary to point to the exact location of the component part within the bibliographic item. (Repeatable) [b,d,g,h,i,k,m,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,w,x,y,z,3,6,7,8]
23:13 jcamins         @marc 773
23:13 eythian         any cataloguers around? Say I have an article from a magazine or similar (but not the whole magazine), where in MARC would I put the name of that source.
23:03 rangi           http://www.loc.gov/marc/bibliographic/bd264.html
23:03 eythian         it was added at least 2 weeks ago!
23:02 eythian         you are so out of date
23:02 huginn          eythian: unknown tag 264
23:02 eythian         @marc 264
22:55 rangi           ahh cool
22:55 liw             for a business trip
22:54 rangi           you're in montreal?
22:54 liw             +19 in Montreal, but the sun already set
22:54 eythian         metservice says 15, but it's still raining.
22:54 eythian         according to my computer
22:54 eythian         it's apparently 18�C here
22:53 Judit           sunny!
22:51 rangi           hows things?
22:51 trea            hi rangi
22:51 rangi           hi liw, trea and Judit
22:49 eythian         hi liw, Judit.
22:49 Judit           hullo
22:49 liw             eythian++
22:45 rangi           packages++
22:33 eythian         sweet
22:32 muddle          Installation complete, seems to run fine - thank you!
22:28 muddle          That is certainly true.
22:27 eythian         (browsing is kinda meaningless when there's 50,000 records)
22:27 eythian         there's no browsing per se, typically the search interface is used.
22:26 muddle          think = thing
22:26 muddle          One more think - if I may - is there some kind of "browse mode" inside the staff interface for the titles I entered?
22:25 muddle          That's what I was hoping.
22:25 eythian         (and if they don't, file a bug :)
22:25 eythian         ah right. Hopefully the packages will do all that magically for you.
22:24 muddle          Again, thanks. Trying to get a fresh install as I was having some problems with the preconfigured Koha Debian VM I tested (it would not properly update the Zebra Index).
22:22 eythian         It ought to be though
22:22 eythian         I'm not sure. Possibly not.
22:22 eythian         sweet
22:22 muddle          Is that documented somewhere?
22:22 muddle          Got it, thanks! Seems to work.
22:21 eythian         (ndz in your case I suspect)
22:21 eythian         where abc is what you put on koha-create
22:20 muddle          Ah, ok. I'll check.
22:20 eythian         like, 'koha_abc'
22:20 rangi           it will be soomethin like koha_abc
22:20 eythian         use the name that's in the file
22:20 rangi           its very unlikely to be kohauser
22:20 eythian         don't use "kohauser"
22:20 rangi           not the zebrauser name
22:20 rangi           down the bottom
22:20 muddle          Yep, exactly what I did.
22:20 eythian         the staff interface
22:20 eythian         err yes
22:20 rangi           :)
22:20 muddle          I tried to login using "kohauser" and the password inside the XML file.
22:20 rangi           the staff interface that is
22:20 eythian         If you go to the opac interface, it should ask you to use the details in koha-conf.xml to log in, and it'll set up the database for you.
22:19 eythian         that's all good.
22:19 muddle          I ran: "koha-create --create-db abc"
22:19 eythian         OK, that's kind of normal the first time.
22:18 muddle          http://mibpaste.com/ISyeKQ
22:18 eythian         also, what was your koha-create command line?
22:17 muddle          Sure.
22:17 eythian         can you provide an example?
22:17 muddle          Install seems fine, I created a site using "koha-create" - but can't login using the credetials inside my new "koha-conf.xml". Error log shows a lot of SQL errors.
22:16 eythian         cool
22:15 muddle          Hi there! I'm fairly new to Koha and trying my first setup on Debian Squeeze using the "koha-common" package.
22:14 cait            night all
21:40 eythian         http://grooveshark.com/#/album/Princess+Ghibli/6050299 <-- music for today
21:39 melia           hehe
21:39 eythian         what sort of Georgian are you?
21:36 melia           gross
21:35 eythian         http://www.bigtexan.com/free72.html <-- hungry?
20:56 rangi           yeah i think thats it
20:55 rangi           ahh
20:55 rangi           |html i think
20:54 cait            | url?
20:52 rangi           [% z3950_search_param.encvalue %]
20:48 rangi           (first one is obv the broken one)
20:48 wizzyrea        oyyy
20:47 rangi           strQuery += "&" + "title" + "=" + "kw%2Cwrdl%3A%20%22bear%22";
20:46 rangi           strQuery += "&" + "title" + "=" + "kw%2Cwrdl%3A%20"bear"";
20:46 rangi           yep broken js
20:44 rangi           yeah its gotta be some js/css thing
20:44 wizzyrea        oh I see
20:44 rangi           with the highlight/unhilight etc
20:43 rangi           notice its not showing the bar at all
20:43 rangi           http://demo-intra.mykoha.co.nz/cgi-bin/koha/catalogue/search.pl?q=%22bear%22
20:42 rangi           ah ha!
20:42 wizzyrea        criminy.
20:42 wizzyrea        lol or not.
20:42 rangi           so there must be something that turns them on
20:41 rangi           in the working one!
20:41 rangi           <input type="checkbox" class="selection" id="bib2475" name="biblionumber" value="2475" style="display:none" />
20:41 wizzyrea        well display none would def do it
20:41 rangi           in the not working one
20:41 rangi           <input type="checkbox" class="selection" id="bib2488" name="biblionumber" value="2488" style="display:none" />
20:40 wizzyrea        (unintentionally ^.^_
20:40 rangi           i wouldnt have thought so
20:40 wizzyrea        ifxed is fixed
20:40 wizzyrea        something in the last week that ifxed it?
20:40 wizzyrea        hrm
20:39 rangi           weird
20:39 rangi           yeah its ok on my master one
20:39 wizzyrea        (that's where the grabs came from)
20:39 wizzyrea        i was looking at our production server, which is master up to about a week ago
20:39 * rangi         updates his master one
20:39 rangi           its what its there for
20:38 * wizzyrea      took the liberty
20:38 wizzyrea        naw it's empty
20:38 rangi           hmm i wouldnt think so
20:38 wizzyrea        prolly not it's a demo
20:38 rangi           thats 3.4.4
20:38 wizzyrea        something anything in intranetuserjs?
20:37 wizzyrea        o lookie there
20:37 rangi           staff1
20:37 rangi           staff
20:37 rangi           http://demo-intra.mykoha.co.nz/cgi-bin/koha/catalogue/search.pl?q=%22bear%22
20:37 wizzyrea        keke
20:37 rangi           it works ok on one koha, not on the other!
20:37 rangi           oh i lie
20:36 rangi           no problemo
20:35 wizzyrea        ty for double checking that
20:35 wizzyrea        now
20:35 rangi           :)
20:35 wizzyrea        for nwo
20:35 wizzyrea        so just leave that one
20:35 wizzyrea        i will look
20:35 wizzyrea        perhaps we have something funny in our js
20:35 wizzyrea        that's telling
20:35 wizzyrea        ok
20:35 rangi           at least i have checkboxes showing fine
20:35 wizzyrea        no, I don't think that's true
20:35 rangi           maybe
20:34 wizzyrea        oooo
20:34 rangi           ie if you dont get back a title that contains the "" its fine
20:34 rangi           its only if you get a result
20:34 * wizzyrea      channels her three year old "and I NEED them!"
20:34 wahanui         hmmm... interesting is sometimes bad or sometimes good
20:34 rangi           interesting
20:33 wizzyrea        my computer works just fine with that many, ty
20:33 wizzyrea        lulz
20:33 rangi           and close some tabs sheesh
20:33 * rangi         looks
20:33 rangi           a quick view source would tell ya
20:32 wizzyrea        http://screencast.com/t/HfAi35OzA with quotes http://screencast.com/t/sHen9LQKE without quotes
20:32 rangi           yup
20:31 wizzyrea        i'm workin on something else rather dire or I"d poke at it
20:31 wizzyrea        must be
20:31 rangi           unescaped "" in the html?
20:30 wizzyrea        just the tickboxes are missing
20:30 wizzyrea        the search works
20:29 wizzyrea        ooold
20:29 wizzyrea        that's ooole
20:29 wizzyrea        right I knew about the parens
20:29 cait            wizzyrea: try a search for 5) - doesn't work too
20:29 wizzyrea        "m" is for malice or "bear" or whatever
20:29 wizzyrea        search for a book
20:28 wizzyrea        the tickboxes are gone
20:28 wizzyrea        with quotes in it
20:28 wizzyrea        if you do  a search in the staff client
20:28 wizzyrea        oh that's funny
20:26 nengard         ttyl
20:26 nengard         k logging off for a bit
20:22 rangi           cool
20:22 nengard         2 unused (that i know of) and 2 i was unsure of
20:22 nengard         4 trouble fields
20:22 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=6716 enhancement, PATCH-Sent, ---, nengard, ASSIGNED , Database Documentation
20:22 nengard         categories table documented and attached to bug 6716
20:19 rangi           that'd do it
20:19 rangi           :)
20:19 nengard         :)
20:19 nengard         on the screen
20:19 nengard         table was wrapping
20:19 rangi           hmm i wonder where that came from
20:19 nengard         nevermind
20:18 nengard         rangi i actually have data in that field in my db
20:17 rangi           so i think its a candidate to be removed
20:17 rangi           i can find no reference to it in the code anywhere
20:15 rangi           finetype is not used
20:15 cait            f and fu and all those?
20:14 rangi           s
20:14 * rangi         look
20:14 nengard         db documentation help - in the categories table - what is the fine type and what do the codes mean?
20:00 rangi           night mangus
19:59 * magnuse       nids #koha a good night
19:58 magnuse         sounds useful!
19:56 rangi           https://metacpan.org/module/Data::Show
19:55 magnuse         too true!
19:52 rangi           yep there sure are
19:51 jcamins         If only I had a lot more time than I do... there are so many interesting projects out there.
19:49 magnuse         in the end i exported the records and patrons just moved them over...
19:49 magnuse         hey, i want bathroom stuff called koha!
19:48 rangi           it takes some effort
19:48 rangi           yeah, ive done a few
19:48 magnuse         i had the pleasure of upgrading a 2.2.9 about a year ago...
19:48 oleonard        http://www.methven.com/nz/ranges/koha/
19:48 oleonard        Yeah, 2.x
19:48 jcamins         Woah! I don't think I ever saw it looking like that!
19:48 magnuse         that's 2.x, right?
19:47 cait            yet...
19:46 rangi           heh yes
19:45 oleonard-away   Someone needs some new screenshots: http://linux.softpedia.com/get/Programming/Libraries/Koha-16223.shtml
19:41 jcamins         There's also the Linux Kiosk page on the wiki.
19:40 rangi           ideally one that installs using th packages to make upgrading easy would be ideal
19:40 rangi           could ask amit or savitra :)
19:40 rangi           http://www.osslabs.biz/koha/livecd
19:39 rangi           :)
19:39 * jcamins       translates: no, I thought you were doing that, jcamins. ;)
19:38 rangi           what is missing is one that uses the packages
19:38 rangi           at least 5
19:37 rangi           oh theres a bunch of them
19:36 jcamins         Does anyone know who might have done that, and where whatever scripts are necessary for that might be?
19:36 jcamins         Did I hear about someone making a bootable Koha demo CD?
19:32 rangi           hmm i can try to find an old screenshot
19:31 * oleonard-away should probably remember himself
19:31 oleonard-away   rangi: Do you remember how it used to do it?
19:28 jcamins         Thanks.
19:28 jcamins         Then I'd just as soon not redo it.
19:28 rangi           up to you, i think either way is ok
19:28 rangi           hmmmm
19:28 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=6997 normal, PATCH-Sent, ---, jcamins, NEW , koha-remove leaves system in inconsistent state if there is an error
19:28 jcamins_away    rangi: worth redoing the patch for bug 6997 to use rm -f instead of [ -f $FILE ] && rm $FILE?
19:27 rangi           cool
19:27 jcamins_away    rangi: for the record, your proposal to add features makes sense to me.
19:17 rangi           back
19:12 rangi           bbiab
19:11 rangi           ok my stop
19:11 magnuse         wow
19:11 rangi           yeah was this year magnuse
19:11 rangi           koha comes round in a circle
19:11 rangi           and the homeorholding syspref controlled what showed then that got change too
19:11 magnuse         doesn't seem long ago that we passed 6000?
19:10 magnuse         hm, i'm imagining a graph with years or months on the x axis and number of bugs reported on the y axis...
19:10 rangi           got taken off
19:10 rangi           lol it used to do that
19:09 rangi           Hehe
19:09 magnuse         yay!
19:09 nengard         and it wasn't a bug
19:09 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=7000 enhancement, P5, ---, oleonard, NEW , show home and holding branch on staff search results
19:09 nengard         woo hoo I reported bug 7000 :)
19:08 magnuse         ah yes, thanks nengard
19:06 nengard         but you have to be on facebook to see it
19:06 nengard         http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150217879571765&set=o.277830850701&type=1
19:06 nengard         found it
19:03 rangi           I filled one with mango slushy on the last day :)
19:03 rangi           ah yeah
19:03 nengard         i need to find it
19:03 nengard         there was a great one with a kid using it as a sippy cup
19:02 rangi           thanks
19:02 nengard         http://www.flickr.com/photos/nengard/5868789934/in/set-72157627041246884
19:00 rangi           thanks nengard
19:00 rangi           thats them
19:00 nengard         let me find it
19:00 nengard         rangi i do
18:59 cait            the violet things from ala?
18:59 cait            oh a lot of them on flickr :)
18:59 rangi           the whole booth was very cool
18:57 rangi           hmm im sure nengard has a photo of them?
18:57 magnuse         some kind of weird glass for beer, according to google image search?
18:56 magnuse         halfyard?!?
18:56 magnuse         and some lucky folks in canada will have the pleasure real soon...
18:56 rangi           ppl still ask me 'is that a bong' about they ByWater halfyard on my desk
18:52 rangi           yeah june was awesome
18:52 nengard         rangi we miss you too!! but i was lucky and saw you in June :)
18:51 nengard         ditto :)
18:51 magnuse         ooh, yes please ;-)
18:51 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=5549 enhancement, PATCH-Sent, ---, ian.walls, ASSIGNED , Hourly Loans
18:51 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=5528 enhancement, PATCH-Sent, ---, tajoli, ASSIGNED , Analytical records support
18:51 magnuse         bug 5528, bug 5549
18:51 huginn          rangi: The operation succeeded.
18:51 rangi           @later tell sekjal 5528 and 5549 are still fair game if we can get them tested before release so 12 days
18:49 rangi           yep
18:49 magnuse         and 3.2 was released on the 22nd!
18:49 magnuse         hehe, likewise!
18:49 magnuse         i left on the 19th of october
18:48 rangi           no wonder I miss u guys
18:48 rangi           wow that long ago
18:48 magnuse         having said that, there is snow on the peaks now, down to about 500 meter above sea level
18:48 magnuse         which is almost a year ago now
18:48 magnuse         last year the first snow came while i was in nz
18:47 magnuse         nah, could have been worse
18:47 nengard         chilly
18:47 nengard         wow
18:47 rangi           heh
18:46 magnuse         summer is but a faint memory...
18:46 huginn          magnuse: The current temperature in Bodo, Norway is 8.0�C (8:20 PM CEST on October 10, 2011). Conditions: Mostly Cloudy. Humidity: 66%. Dew Point: 2.0�C. Windchill: 6.0�C. Pressure: 29.06 in 984 hPa (Steady).
18:46 magnuse         @wunder boo
18:42 huginn          cait: The current temperature in Taegerwilen, Taegerwilen, Germany is 14.3�C (8:40 PM CEST on October 10, 2011). Conditions: Partly Cloudy. Humidity: 89%. Dew Point: 12.0�C. Pressure: 30.23 in 1023.6 hPa (Steady).
18:42 cait            @wunder Konstanz
18:42 nengard         it's like summer again
18:42 nengard         warmer here :)
18:42 huginn          nengard: The current temperature in Maple Point, Langhorne, Pennsylvania is 26.1�C (2:40 PM EDT on October 10, 2011). Conditions: Clear. Humidity: 51%. Dew Point: 15.0�C. Pressure: 30.17 in 1021.6 hPa (Steady).
18:42 nengard         @wunder 19030
18:42 rangi           warm
18:41 huginn          rangi: The current temperature in Wellington, New Zealand is 15.0�C (7:00 AM NZDT on October 11, 2011). Conditions: Mostly Cloudy. Humidity: 67%. Dew Point: 9.0�C. Pressure: 29.86 in 1011 hPa (Steady).
18:41 rangi           @wunder wellington nz
18:40 rangi           who won the pool ( or was it snooker?)
18:40 libsysguy       morning rangi
18:40 cait            morning rangi
18:39 rangi           morning
18:34 libsysguy       slef thats awesome
18:33 libsysguy       haha
18:33 slef            biab
18:33 slef            libsysguy: no, I mean for the vacuum
18:32 libsysguy       one resuly
18:32 libsysguy       and I am there
18:32 libsysguy       anyway...im assuming you mean from the opac slef
18:32 libsysguy       sorry got kicked
18:31 slef            libsysguy: search for "desktop henry".
18:29 libsysguy       I think margo is running something closer to 3.4
18:29 libsysguy       didn't work in ff
18:27 libsysguy       did you?
18:27 libsysguy       i don't get a warning about it in chrome
18:27 libsysguy       let me check
18:27 wahanui         interesting is probably good
18:27 libsysguy       interesting
18:15 nengard         cause in chrome my pop up was blocked
18:14 nengard         the one with the titles you're adding to the list?
18:14 nengard         libsysguy are you getting the pop up?
18:13 nengard         off to try chrome
18:13 nengard         i tried in ff7
18:13 nengard         heh
18:09 libsysguy       not surprising...but it didn't work there either lol
18:09 libsysguy       not the browser...i just tried in IE9
18:07 libsysguy       chrome V 15.0.874
18:07 * nengard       is grasping at straws
18:06 nengard         browser version?
18:06 libsysguy       just not though the add to list form
18:06 libsysguy       i can add them one at a time with the save to list link in the item
18:05 libsysguy       no just searching for cats
18:03 nengard         any strange characters in the titles you're adding to the list?
18:03 nengard         libsysguy it's working for me :(
18:02 libsysguy       I don't think it is an issue in master but I just can't identify where im having an issue
18:02 libsysguy       gracias nengard
18:02 nengard         going to test
18:02 libsysguy       opac master merged with hourly
18:02 libsysguy       I was going to ask sekjal about notices and my patch that paul failed :-\
18:02 nengard         and what version?
18:02 nengard         opac or staff client?
18:01 libsysguy       i guess i could throw out both...when i do the multiple selection add for lists they don't save
18:01 nengard         if not they should :)
18:01 libsysguy       my problem with the list or my question for sekjal?
18:01 nengard         libsysguy i think 'think geek' has a keyboard vacuum :)
17:56 bg              libsysguy: he's taking a holiday today
17:56 cait            libsysguy: what's your problem?
17:56 libsysguy       sekjal you around?
17:40 libsysguy       so I am wondering if I am justing missing something
17:40 libsysguy       and I have looked in the logs and I don't see anything
17:40 libsysguy       so I am trying to trouble shoot an issue that I am having with the lists
17:34 libsysguy       yes :)
17:33 cait            for your keyboard?
17:26 * libsysguy     considers investing in a vaccume cleaner
17:26 libsysguy       i am at my keyboard for lunch...maybe thats why there are so many crumbs
17:26 wizzyrea        afk, lunch.
17:26 wizzyrea        hi libsysguy
17:21 libsysguy       hi cait
17:20 libsysguy       long time no see everybody
17:19 cait            hi :)
17:19 * libsysguy     waives
17:19 * slef          waves at cait and goes to get a drink
17:17 * cait          waves
16:44 slef            it's unjust and isn't anti-spam anyway
16:40 slef            grrrrrr why do library consultants defend the use of recaptcha, including the disabled=subhuman text?
16:23 ropuch_         Which still is quite mysterious
16:21 ropuch_         slef: think I got it: error was caused by non standard character in patron's category description
16:06 slef            oleonard-away: I suspect I upset him so I felt I should try to clear it up.
16:06 nengard         should it be AND or OR or both ?
16:06 hdl             nengard: yes... what do you want as a feedback ?
16:05 nengard         hdl you mean on that bug report? just how do people want it to work
16:05 oleonard-away   slef: Thank you for your answer on the list about why changing the subject line is potentially confusing. Well put.
16:04 hdl             nengard: what kind of feedback do you want ?
15:58 ropuch          slef: there's no problem after truncating koha database, so the actual members data are causing this
15:50 reiveune        bye
15:37 slef            you need to spot a pattern in what's triggering this :(
15:37 ropuch          memeberentry.pl and moremeber.pl don't have problem to display the same header-inc properly
15:33 ropuch          Me too
15:33 slef            hrm. I'm stumped. :(
15:32 ropuch          Yes
15:32 slef            are you sure, even
15:32 slef            ropuch: are you user the polish letters are utf-8 and not latin-2 (or whichever it is)
15:31 slef            ropuch: my suspicion would be something in the member data triggering a browser bug, if you can find a pattern in which pages are wrong
15:31 ropuch          slef: I have tyoped some polish letters in english header-inc and it's look teh same: a mess in members-home.pl/member.pl, looks fine when on some other page
15:29 ropuch          slef: I can rule out wrong translation issue for sure
15:22 ropuch          Bye kf [;
15:22 kf              bye all :)
15:22 kf              time to leave
15:21 ropuch          yup
15:21 slef            both of them? Straaaange :(
15:20 ropuch          slef: it's recognized as utf8
15:19 slef            what encodings does Tools: Page Info think a fine and a messed-up page has?
15:16 ropuch          The very same header-inc is just fine on other pages
15:16 ropuch          What can be a cause of displaying content of header-inc template with messed encoding? Happening when I'm browsing  members-home.pl/member.pl pages
14:51 wizzyrea        hi kf
14:51 Oak             hey
14:51 kf              hi wizzyrea :)
14:50 kf              hi Oak :)
14:41 Oak             about 8 pm here... so just sitting
14:39 Oak             i'm good
14:39 wizzyrea        doin ok, and you?
14:39 Oak             hello wizzyrea :) how are you
14:39 Oak             hello kf :)
14:39 wizzyrea        hi Oak
14:39 Oak             kia ora #koha
14:38 wizzyrea        that seems sensible.
14:36 nengard         and then we can ask for an enhancement
14:36 nengard         i guess if it was OR originally it should work that way
14:36 nengard         who was the original developer? i'm wondering how they intended it to work
14:36 nengard         hmmm
14:34 wizzyrea        (easier said than done, of course)
14:34 wizzyrea        all you gotta do is accommodate it without breaking it for everyone else.
14:34 * wizzyrea      doesn't think one ever needs justification for a quote 123 problem
14:33 jcamins         (for justification, I refer you to quote 123 again:)
14:33 wizzyrea        (kinky)
14:33 wizzyrea        see
14:33 jcamins         Simultaneously.
14:33 * jcamins       wants to do it both ways.
14:33 wizzyrea        someone's gonna want to do it either way
14:32 huginn          wizzyrea: Quote #123: "rangi: #thingsihavelearnt if there is a mad scheme a library somewhere will be doing it ... except madder" (added by wizzyrea at 09:20 PM, March 30, 2011)
14:32 wizzyrea        @quote get 123
14:32 wizzyrea        because it's a
14:32 wizzyrea        you can't specify either 'and' or 'or'
14:32 wizzyrea        heh.
14:27 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=6488 normal, PATCH-Sent, ---, srdjan, ASSIGNED , opachiddenitems not working in master
14:27 nengard         community we need feedback on bug 6488
13:02 huginn          New commit(s) needsignoff: [Bug 5616] UTF-8 problem in Card View <http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=5616>
12:46 * kf            sends cookies and water
12:45 kf              oh
12:45 * oleonard      is about to be trapped in an all-day staff meeting
12:42 Danielle        You have good company. :-\
12:40 nengard         okay i'm losing it
12:39 nengard         hang on
12:39 nengard         I looked at it like 4 times and could have sworn it was out of order :)
12:39 nengard         that my brain isn't working on this monday morning :)
12:39 oleonard        nengard, what am I missing? http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/attachment.cgi?id=5824
12:34 magnuse         jcamins: famous last words ;-) but yes, i see what you mean
12:28 jcamins         The packaging things are small, so maintaining them won't be any challenge at all.
12:25 * jcamins       doesn't particularly care if these changes get into 3.6, to be honest. He'll be running a custom branch regardless.
12:25 jcamins         No worries.
12:23 magnuse         cool, trouble is i'm running low on time, so i can't promise anything this week
12:18 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=6913 enhancement, PATCH-Sent, ---, robin, NEW , Improving koha-list and koha-create
12:18 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=6997 normal, PATCH-Sent, ---, jcamins, NEW , koha-remove leaves system in inconsistent state if there is an error
12:18 jcamins         magnuse: I have a couple of patches you might be interested in signing off on. Bug 6997, and bug 6913.
12:18 huginn          New commit(s) needsignoff: [Bug 6997] koha-remove leaves system in inconsistent state if there is an error <http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=6997>
12:18 magnuse         hiya jcamins
12:17 kf              morning jared :)
12:17 jcamins         Good morning, #koha
12:13 * kf            nods
12:12 magnuse         the help pages could be docbook separate from the manual
12:12 kf              magnuse: perhaps we need somethine else
12:12 kf              magnuse: I think the manual would have to follow the pages quite strcitly then
12:11 magnuse         hiya Amit_Gupta
12:11 Amit_Gupta      heya magnuse
12:09 magnuse         maybe there are better ways to handle the translations of help pages than through .po files? is it just copied from the manual? maybe it would be better to translate the original docbook xml?
12:03 kf              hi asaurat :)
11:45 kf              fredericd: goal should be to keep them together, all strings for one page or help file
11:45 kf              fredericd: it's very hard because things are out of context too
11:44 kf              fredericd: I agree
11:38 fredericd       hello ropuch
11:37 ropuch          Hi kf, hello fredericd
11:32 fredericd       it's easy for nicole to cut and past its manual from docbook to templates. But it's a huge work for translator in that format (.po files)
11:31 kf              afk for 5 min
11:31 kf              and less ... split up
11:31 kf              perhaps they could be a separate po file
11:31 fredericd       We should keep help translation outside the software (my opinion)
11:31 kf              it's less than I expected actually
11:31 kf              almost all of them
11:31 kf              nicole updated the help files
11:30 fredericd       Check that help text you have already translated are not to be translated again
11:30 fredericd       There are a lot of new strings
11:30 fredericd       ok
11:28 kf              fredericd: what I meant was: can submit suggestions and submit strings, but review tab is not loading
11:22 kf              having problems loading the 'review' tab
11:21 kf              I can submit suggestions, that looks good
11:21 kf              ?
11:21 kf              or only at permissionsß
11:21 kf              tonight ok?
11:21 kf              fredericd: sorry, not at the moment
11:10 fredericd       kf: Could you take a look on 3.6 German files I've just uploaded to pootle?
10:28 huginn          New commit(s) needsignoff: [Bug 6996] Encoding problem in opac-showmarc <http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=6996>
10:12 jenkins_koha    Chris Cormack: Fixing line endings
10:12 jenkins_koha    Project Koha_master build #469: SUCCESS in 48 mn: http://jenkins.koha-community.org/job/Koha_master/469/
09:24 jenkins_koha    Starting build 469 for job Koha_master (previous build: SUCCESS)
09:23 hdl             hi all
09:22 hdl             Amit_Gupta: ?
09:16 huginn          New commit(s) kohagit: Fixing line endings <http://git.koha-community.org/gitweb/?p=koha.git;a=commitdiff;h=fd052de5e179a26f9fec32141cc6d0f07b31ad9d>
08:56 kf              try hdl to make it show up for him :)
08:54 Amit_Gupta      henri around?
08:50 magnuse         but i'm pretty sure the package build was complaining about what i used... i'll try again
08:49 magnuse         ah, thanks rangi
08:49 magnuse         hiya kf
08:49 rangi           libcgi-session-driver-memcached-perl
08:48 rangi           driver
08:48 rangi           missing a word
08:48 kf              morning magnuse
08:47 magnuse         hm, "sudo apt-get install libcgi-session-memcached-perl" doesn't seem to work, after i have added the koha repo to sources and done "apt-get update"?
08:47 huginn          magnuse: The current temperature in Bodo, Norway is 8.0�C (10:20 AM CEST on October 10, 2011). Conditions: Light Rain Showers. Humidity: 66%. Dew Point: 2.0�C. Windchill: 5.0�C. Pressure: 29.06 in 984 hPa (Steady).
08:47 magnuse         @wunder boo
08:37 rangi           hi hdl
08:33 hdl             hi kf
08:33 kf              good morning hdl
08:26 kf              oh, quite a difference
08:26 huginn          kf: The current temperature in Marseille, France is 20.0�C (10:00 AM CEST on October 10, 2011). Conditions: Partly Cloudy. Humidity: 64%. Dew Point: 13.0�C. Pressure: 30.12 in 1020 hPa (Falling).
08:26 kf              @wunder marseille
08:08 huginn          kf: The current temperature in Konstanz, Germany is 12.0�C (10:00 AM CEST on October 10, 2011). Conditions: Heavy Rain. Humidity: 92%. Dew Point: 11.0�C. Pressure: 30.22 in 1023 hPa (Rising).
08:08 kf              @wunder Konstanz
08:08 francharb       hi kf, rangi!
08:07 rangi           hi francharb
08:05 kf              hi francharb :)
08:05 francharb       hello #koha
07:17 rangi           a lot will depend on the ref
07:17 rangi           wales looked really good, that will be an interesting game
07:16 rangi           so eventually they cracked
07:16 rangi           argentina defended well the 1st half, but they had done 100+ tackles to nz's 40ish
07:14 rangi           only one missed kick from 9
07:14 * paul_p        is dreaming again of a final NZ-FR though !
07:13 rangi           http://haka.co.nz/allblacks.php
07:13 rangi           more argentina played well
07:13 rangi           hmm not really that
07:13 paul_p          seems Dan C. misses you a lot
07:13 paul_p          Hi rangi, I couldn't see the NZ-AR match, but here, newspapers related that it was not as easy as the score could let one think.
07:12 rangi           hi paul_p
07:11 paul_p          hello world
07:10 huginn          druthb: The operation succeeded.
07:10 druthb          @later tell cait okay, fine, fine...I'm going to bed.    :P
07:10 * druthb        heads to bed.
07:06 asaurat         hi
06:59 druthb          pretty cool.
06:59 druthb          discovered a feature--if you put "published: false" in the YAML front matter on a post in Jekyll, it doesn't get dealt-with.  I had a draft post in WP that migrated over that way.
06:57 * druthb        changes the footer from "This site powered by WordPress" to "This site powered by Jekyll.  Nyah, nyah, script kiddies."
06:56 rangi           yep
06:56 druthb          (and getting the styling coherent between WordPress and MW was about to make me an alcoholic.)
06:56 druthb          I have some wiki-ish content I want to put up there, too--encyclopedic stuff--and had been thrashing a little about how to do it.  MediaWiki is a monster.
06:53 rangi           thats what my first blog was in
06:53 rangi           http://www.blosxom.com/
06:53 rangi           course blosxom was pretty cool too
06:53 rangi           you can just thow html at it too
06:52 Oak             "It supports several lightweight markup languages, including Markdown, Creole,[8] reStructuredText and Textile." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ikiwiki
06:52 rangi           anything you want
06:52 Oak             yup
06:51 druthb          cool.  Markdown?
06:51 * rangi         edits his site in vim and git pushes it
06:51 cait            will be back
06:51 rangi           ikiwiki
06:50 rangi           you can do all of the above with ikiwik
06:50 druthb          :)  I do too, rangi.  Nothing tops Koha.
06:50 cait            so koha must rank high :)
06:50 druthb          jcamins was the one who turned me onto it; his whole website is done in jekyll.
06:50 rangi           well i measure coolness in features, license and the people behind the project
06:50 druthb          coolness is a factor way the hell down my list, though it's on there.  The ability to do my editing in my Editor Of Choice instead of that wonky one in WP was a big selling point, as was being able to version-control the whole site with git, and automate the upload.  So far, I'm happy as a clam with this.  I've got about another hours's work, and it'll be ready for me to throw WP overboard.
06:49 magnuse         http://ikiwiki.info/
06:49 * Oak           Googles ikiwiki
06:48 * magnuse       was almost waiting for that ;-)
06:48 rangi           its a million times cooler
06:48 rangi           just use ikiwiki
06:48 druthb          https://github.com/mojombo/jekyll
06:47 magnuse         http://jekyllrb.com/ ?
06:47 druthb          yes.
06:47 alex_a          hi druthb \o
06:47 magnuse         jekyll is one of those systems that generate plain html pages, right?
06:46 druthb          Hi, alex_a1.  :)
06:46 druthb          I've got me a russian script kiddie who's comment-spamming me, and hammering away at wp-admin.  So far, he hasn't gotten in, but there won't *be* any chinks in the armor with Jekyll
06:45 druthb          it's turned into something of a bloated monster, in a lot of ways; no code discipline, add-a-feature-everywhere kind of mentality.  And it has some annoying weaknesses that take some extraordinary measures to overcome.
06:45 alex_a1         hello
06:44 * magnuse       loves wp, but is slightly appalled after looking at the code a bit - no mvc there!
06:42 druthb          cait:  :P
06:42 cait            druthb: go to bed!
06:42 * druthb        is looking forward to getting back to Koha work in the morning--she has been hacking her website into Jekyll all weekend, and working on throwing WordPress to the sharks.
06:41 magnuse         so i'm thinking leaving it as it is might be the best solution
06:41 rangi           yeah
06:41 magnuse         it's difficult, without making it sound like koha is the company that hosts an installation
06:40 cait            I think I will leave it like that
06:39 rangi           :)
06:39 magnuse         better start thinking about how to translate it, then
06:38 rangi           yup :)
06:38 magnuse         yay, "powered by koha" made it in! ;-)
06:38 magnuse         hiya rangi druthb reiveune
06:37 wahanui         hello, reiveune
06:37 reiveune        hello
06:36 druthb          hi, magnuse! :D
06:36 rangi           hi magnuse
06:36 magnuse         kia ora #koha
06:27 cait            hi ropuch :)
06:22 rangi           hi ropuch
06:22 ropuch          Morning #koha
06:13 huginn          druthb: The current temperature in Hollywood, Culleoka, Tennessee is 14.3�C (1:10 AM CDT on October 10, 2011). Conditions: Clear. Humidity: 97%. Dew Point: 14.0�C. Pressure: 30.11 in 1019.5 hPa (Steady).
06:13 druthb          @wunder columbia, tn
06:13 huginn          Oak: The current temperature in Islamabad, Pakistan is 27.0�C (11:00 AM PKT on October 10, 2011). Conditions: Haze. Humidity: 45%. Dew Point: 14.0�C. Pressure: 30.04 in 1017 hPa (Rising).
06:13 Oak             @wunder islamabad
05:43 cait            ah, that's not as late as I thought
05:43 druthb          I wondered when that was coming.  It is, after all, 0045 here.
05:42 cait            go to bed druthb :)
05:42 huginn          cait: The current temperature in Taegerwilen, Taegerwilen, Germany is 10.2�C (7:39 AM CEST on October 10, 2011). Conditions: Drizzle. Humidity: 95%. Dew Point: 9.0�C. Pressure: 30.18 in 1021.9 hPa (Rising).
05:42 cait            @wunder Konstanz
05:42 cait            lol
05:42 druthb          we're in trouble.
05:42 druthb          uhoh.  she's bein' sassy.
05:41 cait            :P
05:40 eythian         cait: you're up at a more reasonable time. What's wrong?
05:36 cait            aw
05:36 * druthb        hides from cait
05:36 cait            good morning #koha
04:36 Oak             kia ora #koha
04:36 Oak             hello druthb :)
04:36 druthb          hello, Oak.
04:25 eythian         good old collection codes from liberty: "Library", "Libray", "Librry" are three of them.
04:24 Amit_Gupta      hmm
04:14 rangi           some of your patches went into master today Amit
04:06 Amit_Gupta      heya chris, druthb
04:06 druthb          hi, rangi and Amit_Gupta! :)
04:06 rangi           hi druthb and Amit_Gupta
04:04 Amit_Gupta      good morning
04:04 Amit_Gupta      Hi  koha
03:50 druthb          o/
02:35 huginn          New commit(s) needsignoff: [Bug 6303] Display Organisation and Parent Organisation names when viewing a borrower of type organistaion <http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=6303>
01:59 wajasu          so i suspect that my db data is "not correct", or normalized.
01:59 wajasu          kr said that printing umlauts worked after kr' fix.  but its hard to know a) what version of perl kr runs, and b) what format the data is in kr's db.
01:57 wajasu          with kr's utf8 fix in the PDF.pm
01:57 wajasu          thats a 3.4 version
01:57 wajasu          the debian virt-manager i installed, did not produce a barcode label with a single u with diaresis after i added a book from the z3950 world.
01:56 eythian         but it's not going to convert MARC-8 for you if it doesn't know that's what it's getting.
01:55 eythian         Well, some things in perl get terribly upset if you have invalid UTF8
01:55 wajasu          does the DBI routine always connect to enforce utf8, and such.
01:54 wajasu          i wonder if the mysql -> DBI -> perl internal normalizes, or must each routine (i.e PDF::Reuse) address all that.
01:53 eythian         it'll depend on where they're coming from I guess.
01:53 wajasu          i did:  select author,hex(author) from biblio where author like '%rgen%';    to see how umlauts are stored in my db.  some have write combining, some don't.
01:52 eythian         I think it's just moved from 5.8 minimum to 5.10 min, but don't quote me on that.
01:51 wajasu          kr said that things worked for her environment.  i suspect my data, or my perl version was the difference.
01:49 wajasu          do the INSTALL files specify a dependency on 5.10.  no.  i should have run that 3 years ago.
01:48 wajasu          there is even some newer    use 'unicode-strings' or the like in 5.14.2
01:47 eythian         well, eventually everyone will upgrade to newer perl, so that'll start fixing things in the long run
01:47 wajasu          i am guessing the unicode/utf8 support in perl changed.
01:47 wajasu          i setup that debian squeeze under virt-manager and see its 5.10.1, which my utf8::downgrade($line) fix did not affect the outcome as it did in my 5.12 environment.
01:46 mtj             yep, me too
01:45 eythian         5.10.1 here
01:45 mtj             wajasu  i'm on debian stable ;)
01:43 wajasu          i've been running perl5.12, are you guys all 5.10?
01:42 wajasu          when we write them to the PDF, if the font is latin1, then should'nt they get converted to Encode::encode("iso-8859-1",$line) so the fonts match.
01:40 eythian         It should be stored as UTF-8, but you may have data coming in as MARC-8 but believed to be UTF-8 which will cause some kinds of crazy.
01:39 wajasu          i'm still wondering how the utf8 records should be stored in the database.  I see  75 (hex u) CC88 (diaresis) for write combining in some records. then C3BC (ü) in others.
01:17 huginn          New commit(s) needsignoff: [Bug 6770] AllowHoldPolicyOverride not working <http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=6770>
01:10 cait            lol
01:09 eythian         :P: command not found
01:09 cait            :P
01:08 eythian         usage: ssh [-1246AaCfgKkMNnqsTtVvXxYy] [-b bind_address] [-c cipher_spec]
01:07 cait            ssh
01:06 jcamins_away    cait: isn't it like... 3am?
00:24 rangi           yeah thats a good one
00:22 cait            oh nice - 6190
00:21 huginn          New commit(s) needsignoff: [Bug 6190] Custom field removal from patron entry screens <http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=6190>
00:15 eythian         hi there cait
00:15 cait            hey eythian :)
00:12 rangi           class war :)
00:12 rangi           heh
00:11 eythian         http://boingboing.net/2011/10/08/wipo-boss-the-web-would-have-been-better-if-it-was-patented-and-its-users-had-to-pay-license-fees.html