Time  Nick            Message
23:54 libsysguy       sweet!
23:54 jcamins         Yeah, that works perfectly.
23:54 libsysguy       yeah |
23:54 * jcamins       sighs
23:54 rangi           ahh yes and |
23:54 jcamins         []
23:54 jcamins         Right.
23:54 jcamins         Any of them.
23:54 rangi           or do you want any one of them?
23:53 rangi           in that precise order?
23:53 rangi           well, you want those 3 chars?
23:53 libsysguy       what is the expression you are trying to match?
23:53 jcamins         No luck.
23:52 rangi           try \ it
23:52 libsysguy       i just didn't know if it was just me
23:52 jcamins         I guess it could be.
23:52 jcamins         You think?
23:52 jcamins         Didn't help.
23:52 jcamins         Because that's faster.
23:52 libsysguy       is that a strange backtick?
23:52 jcamins         I switched it to tr.
23:52 libsysguy       hmm
23:50 jcamins         Escaping the quotation marks doesn't help.
23:50 jcamins         $variable =~ s/'"`//g;
23:50 jcamins         Ugh. This doesn't work:
23:45 libsysguy       i was afraid I'd be libsysguy1 all night lol
23:45 jcamins         Yay!
23:44 libsysguy       w00t i managed to kick my other computer out lol
23:43 jcamins         Wacky regular expression time!
23:42 jcamins         Okay, plan B.
23:41 jcamins         It won't parse my completely valid SQL.
23:41 jcamins         Okay, I was really expecting this to work a little better.
23:35 rangi           :)
23:16 * jcamins       decides to be lazy and uses SQL::Statement::Structure.
23:13 jcamins         So I guess I have to parse the INSERT bit to figure out the order of fields.
23:11 jcamins         I guess we need a list of new sysprefs.
23:11 jcamins         What else needs to go in the release notes?
22:56 jcamins         Fixed it.
22:51 jcamins         ... and the field I want vanished entirely.
22:50 jcamins         *why
22:50 jcamins         The order of fields changed.
22:50 jcamins         Oh, there's way.
22:45 jcamins         Since there was no existing Headings::Unimarc, fredericd had more leeway.
22:44 jcamins         In the spirit of kaizen, I decided to keep the existing functionality for MARC21.
22:44 rangi           ahh
22:43 jcamins         If you look at UNIMARC, there's a proposal for linking it to the frameworks.
22:43 rangi           sweet thanks
22:43 jcamins         rangi: no reason.
22:43 rangi           (to topic term in this case)
22:43 rangi           jcamins: any reason why i couldnt add 690 to the Headings::Marc21 ? if i wanted the linker to link them too?
22:42 jcamins         It has something to do with connecting to Bugzilla.
22:40 jcamins         Hehe.
22:40 cait            but .... i know better
22:40 cait            i would say because we squashed all of them
22:39 jcamins         Okay... why can't I get get_bugs to work?
22:39 kathryn         hehe
22:38 cait            lol
22:38 rangi           if i wasnt mental, we'd never have done koha in the first place, an ils in 3 months ... lucky hlt are mental too
22:38 kathryn         yeah rangi I can't believe you did that - I didn't understand at the time how mental that was
22:36 jcamins         Quite understandable.
22:35 rangi           mainly cos if i do 3.8.1 after it will run into kohacon .. i tried doing a release while at the access conference, its a bit insane :)
22:34 * rangi         steals 3.6.5's thunder
22:29 cait            yay
22:29 jcamins         The proposed 3.6.5 builds and installs cleanly.
22:27 rangi           back
22:04 gmcharlt        jcamins: yes, they never seem to make the connection between the servants leaving them and the kibble showing up later
22:03 cait            yay
22:03 jcamins         3.6.5 passes all the unit tests.
22:02 cait            heh
22:01 jcamins         Almost every day one of us breaks the rules. He doesn't understand it.
22:00 jcamins         Myshkin has dictated that leaving the apartment is not permitted.
22:00 gmcharlt        jcamins: I go to the office so as to not have cats sitting in front of my monitor ;)
21:59 jcamins         gmcharlt: Myshkin extends feline greetings to your owners, and suggests that they are overly generous with allowing you to pay attention to things not themselves.
21:56 jcamins         He is presently guarding it.
21:56 gmcharlt        close enough
21:56 jcamins         It's much the same effect.
21:56 jcamins         gmcharlt: we gave Myshkin some cat grass yesterday.
21:56 gmcharlt        wait ...
21:56 gmcharlt        time for kittens drinking booze?
21:55 jcamins         Let's hope!
21:55 wizzyrea        well i'm flummoxed. maybe the answer will come to me in a dream.
21:54 jcamins         lol
21:54 wizzyrea        so, time for booze AND THEN testing.
21:54 wizzyrea        time for booze?
21:54 jcamins         Time to test 3.6.5!
21:53 jcamins         No, I'm at home.
21:53 wizzyrea        time for kittens?
21:53 wizzyrea        time to go home?
21:53 jcamins         You know what time it is?
21:53 jcamins         Well.
21:53 wizzyrea        I thought that was the problem
21:53 wizzyrea        I thought of that, actually.
21:53 wizzyrea        yep
21:53 wizzyrea        :)
21:53 jcamins         Well, at least I was right that you had a similar problem at some point.
21:52 jcamins         Weird.
21:52 jcamins         Hm.
21:52 wizzyrea        every hold for this patron
21:52 wizzyrea        this is every hold, and none of them are pinned
21:51 wizzyrea        not so this time
21:51 wizzyrea        that was a case of someone had pinned the hold to the bottom of the list
21:51 wizzyrea        the fix for that is not working here
21:51 jcamins         wizzyrea: no thoughts, but you've had this happen before.
21:51 wizzyrea        any thoughts on why this might happen?
21:51 wizzyrea        even though she should be
21:51 wizzyrea        her holds will not move up the list
21:50 wizzyrea        she is last priority on every single one
21:50 wizzyrea        I have a single patron who has 8 holds
21:50 wizzyrea        wow, that's screwed up
21:48 jcamins         Oh. git cherry-pick A..B
21:47 jcamins         Okay... how do I cherry pick most of a branch?
21:43 jcamins         --pretty=fuller
21:41 jcamins         Does anyone know how to find out when a patch was committed, as opposed to when it was written?
21:39 jcamins         o/
20:50 sekjal          something
20:50 wizzyrea        or something.
20:50 wizzyrea        oh he's got a creamy center.
20:49 wizzyrea        *nod*
20:49 sekjal          but Robert Downey Jr. plays such a good jerk
20:49 wizzyrea        it's true
20:49 * sekjal        hates liking Iron Man.... since he's about as anti-open source as a super hero gets
20:49 wizzyrea        whoot!
20:49 rangi           And laptop cleared at customs
20:48 wizzyrea        say hi to iron man for me
20:48 sekjal          cheers, #koha
20:48 sekjal          best wishes to you all for the rest of your day/evening.... time to go get some groceries before Avengers tonight
20:48 wahanui         meeting time is always going to favour one section of the globe
20:48 rangi           Ok meeting time
20:48 melia           thanks sekjal :)
20:45 sekjal          happy birthday, melia
20:45 sekjal          was also wondering if it'd be better to create a Z39.50 wrapper for Amazon, so it can be added as a source for Koha more naturally
20:43 sekjal          rangi:  there is supposed to be a way to pass Amazon an XSLT style directly, letting their servers handle it, but it's giving me a Forbidden error whenever I try... that's my current sticking point
20:43 melia           hey kathryn
20:43 cait            :)
20:43 kathryn         hi melia
20:42 kathryn         I'll take my autumn fruits this week cait : )
20:41 cait            mmh cherries.
20:41 jcamins_away    Bye.
20:41 jcamins_away    While you're doing your accounting homework. :P
20:41 jcamins_away    cait: no, probably to cherry-pick into 3.6.x.
20:40 jcamins_away    Just a reminder, if anyone wants to make a plea for including more patches more recent than May 14 in 3.6.5, you need to make a cogent argument to me in the next day and a half.
20:40 cait            now I still have not started with accounting!
20:40 cait            and why did you people start to talk about this recipe koha?
20:40 cait            to make cookies?
20:40 jcamins_away    Okay, that's it for me. I'm heading home now.
20:38 sekjal          depends on Net::Amazon... which I'm not that thrilled with
20:38 sekjal          rangi:  I've got a proto-type amazon searching script, but it's currently hard-coded to my associate tag.
20:37 sekjal          haven't spoken to her/him
20:36 jcamins_away    Any idea why s/he won't?
20:36 sekjal          agreed
20:36 jcamins_away    S/he should release it as open source.
20:35 jcamins_away    sekjal: eww. Well, so much for that idea.
20:35 sekjal          not sure what the usage restrictions are, if any
20:35 sekjal          jcamins:  it's not
20:35 jcamins_away    No idea if it's open source.
20:35 cait            wizzyrea: well.. had to teach my phone too... and it runs linux
20:34 rangi           Thanks!
20:34 jcamins_away    Just remembered that.
20:34 jcamins_away    rangi: http://chopac.org/cgi-bin/tools/az2marc.pl
20:34 rangi           Ahh
20:34 sekjal          rangi:  got it conceptualized, and as far as needing to write the XSLT from Amazon XML to MARCXML
20:34 wizzyrea        stupid mac.
20:34 * wizzyrea      teaches her mac how to properly spell koha.
20:34 rangi           How far did ya get?
20:33 cait            but cauliflower is eew
20:33 rangi           Script to get marc from asin
20:33 cait            rotkohl, yes
20:33 cait            brokkoli... perhaps
20:33 cait            I am not so much a kohl person
20:33 rangi           Sekjal my man
20:33 * sekjal        <3's rotkohl
20:32 cait            was not that far off
20:32 wizzyrea        it is!
20:32 cait            wizzyrea: you know that kohl is cabbage?
20:32 rangi           It's your soul battling for freedom
20:32 * wizzyrea      has one on her laptop
20:32 cait            :P
20:32 cait            wizzyrea: get a real os?
20:31 kathryn         wizzyrea can do a proof of concept to prove us wrong?
20:31 wizzyrea        you know I'm cursing a lot at my mac recently.
20:31 rangi           Wanna bet
20:31 jcamins_away    wizzyrea: OH YEAH?!?
20:31 * wizzyrea      curses lion's autocorrect
20:31 * wizzyrea      suspects that kohl is not the tool for that
20:31 jcamins_away    rangi: fair enough.
20:30 wizzyrea        LOL
20:30 wahanui         Cookies are delicious delicacies
20:30 jcamins_away    Cookies!
20:30 rangi           Heh you can have it, ill just link to it :)
20:30 cait            wizzyrea: a koha installation to store our recipes :)
20:30 jcamins_away    wizzyrea: this is #koha. What else?
20:30 kathryn         jcamins_away is talking about pancakes
20:30 wizzyrea        wait what are we talking about
20:30 jcamins_away    rangi: flip you for it?
20:30 cait            I think
20:30 jcamins_away    rangi: it would indeed.
20:30 cait            document object model :)
20:30 jcamins_away    Maybe I should just sign off on fredericd's UNIMARC patch on the strength that GRS-1 continues to work.
20:30 rangi           Would be a good demo site
20:29 * kathryn       looks up DOM
20:29 rangi           Yeah local cover images would work great
20:28 cait            I mean bilbiographic data and some authorities would work for me
20:28 cait            I have asked for one so many times :(
20:28 jcamins_away    That'd be nice.
20:28 cait            we really need a unimarc test database
20:28 cait            which brings me back to
20:28 jcamins_away    And local cover images.
20:28 cait            can only work with dom
20:28 cait            of course
20:27 jcamins_away    Yes, definitely would require DOM.
20:27 rangi           :)
20:27 rangi           With DOM
20:26 jcamins_away    And possibly indexing changes.
20:26 jcamins_away    It'd require some refinements to the XSLTs.
20:25 cait            lol
20:25 jcamins_away    I suppose one could use 505$t $g
20:25 kathryn         hehe
20:25 rangi           Not that fussy
20:25 rangi           My cat eats tinsel
20:25 cait            heh
20:24 kathryn         rangi at least you didn't say dogs, cats are fussy : )
20:24 rangi           Cats love my cooking too
20:24 cait            :)
20:24 wizzyrea        cat's fennel salad is a huge hit in our house
20:24 cait            well not exactly
20:23 cait            and if something turns out yummy... I often have no idea how to make it happen again
20:23 cait            kathryn: i have the same problem... i am more an experimental cook
20:23 jcamins_away    The solution to differing measuring systems is easy: we all use grams for measurements.
20:23 kathryn         my recipes often don't have amounts...is there an api for handfuls and dollops?
20:23 jcamins_away    Oh, no, the problem I meant was how to store them.
20:23 rangi           To translate
20:23 cait            wolfram alpha does work nicely for things like that
20:23 rangi           Use its API
20:23 cait            yep
20:22 cait            can't we have some mashup with... something else to just recalculate the cups into a sane measurement unit?
20:22 rangi           Wolfram alpha
20:22 cait            hm
20:22 cait            oh
20:22 * cait          can offer a fennel salad recipe
20:22 jcamins_away    cait: no, but we have to figure out how to solve it before doing so.
20:22 rangi           Oh yeah we can catalogue jos blog to start
20:22 cait            jcamins_away: we are koha developers... is there something we can't solve?
20:22 wahanui         I LIKE SCIENCE
20:22 kathryn         and wizzyrea
20:21 cait            yum
20:21 jcamins_away    We still have a problem with ingedients and amounts.
20:21 cait            perhaps we can get some of jo's recipes too
20:20 kathryn         :)
20:20 rangi           We can
20:20 cait            so who is going to host it? :)
20:20 cait            heh
20:20 kathryn         honestly!
20:20 jcamins_away    Hm. But how do you make it useful?
20:19 cait            you could do a combines search for the ingredients
20:19 rangi           Yep
20:19 cait            for all the ingredients?
20:19 kathryn         images essential, and reviews.....star ratings...
20:19 rangi           Then get nice links going
20:19 rangi           We should use semantikoha
20:19 cait            245... for the title...
20:19 cait            we could always use 5xx
20:17 kathryn         mnnnnnn
20:17 rangi           And not metric
20:17 rangi           Probably fixed length
20:17 cait            I bet marc has fields for that
20:17 rangi           U dude's should set up a koha and catalogue recipes
20:17 cait            first this year
20:17 cait            I bought some raspberries today
20:16 cait            heh
20:16 kathryn         using = eating
20:16 kathryn         am quite excited about using them : )
20:16 cait            oh! yum!
20:15 kathryn         : ) I was given about 8 pounds of nearly ripe figs recently, so some are looking beatiful in jars of sugar syrup, and other are kinda turned in into jam
20:14 cait            yes :)
20:14 kathryn         cait do you like figs?
20:12 * kathryn       waves back
20:12 kathryn         and morning all !
20:12 * cait          waves
20:12 kathryn         morning rangi : )
20:11 rangi           Hi Kathryn
20:06 rangi           Before meetings
20:05 * rangi         stopped at a cafe for a flat white and pan au chocolat
19:59 rangi           Brb
19:36 cait            ?
19:36 cait            and he can do it, when he has all permissions for the module, but can't if he is missing the permission, right
19:36 JesseM          I think
19:35 JesseM          So a new patron needs to be granted permission to override a fine. Under the circulation flag.
19:35 cait            that's not surprising
19:35 jcamins_away    cait: rangi was agreeing with me. :)
19:35 rangi           If negative off=on
19:34 cait            but I am sure it will turn out allright
19:34 JesseM          :)
19:34 cait            now I am confused :)
19:34 rangi           Thats why positive not negative permission cait
19:33 cait            I think it would be - since all permissions are off on default when you create a patron
19:33 rangi           Otherwise any new borrower can override
19:33 jcamins_away    On for existing, off by default.
19:33 jcamins_away    Yes.
19:33 jcamins_away    rangi: oh, got it.
19:33 rangi           No off for all new ppl
19:33 jcamins_away    rangi: no, on by default, since right now anyone can override.
19:32 cait            JesseM: so having the others in a similar way would make sense to me
19:32 jcamins_away    Automatically set it for everyone who has circ permissions, and there won't be any change in functionality, but then libraries can easily disallow individual members of staff from doing it
19:32 cait            JesseM: I think tht makes lots of sense - we have one for renewals
19:32 rangi           Yeah off by default
19:32 jcamins_away    So it's a permission that allows staff members *to* override fines.
19:31 jcamins_away    Except you should always put things in a positive sense.
19:31 JesseM          thx Jared
19:31 JesseM          does that make sense? so restricting a staff member or a volunteer to override fines
19:31 jcamins_away    I don't think anyone is working on that.
19:31 jcamins_away    Ah.
19:30 JesseM          so adding a permission
19:29 JesseM          I was thinking of doing it as a per staff basis
19:29 cait            but it's possible I think
19:29 jcamins_away    I think.
19:29 cait            there are different fine rleated permissions
19:29 jcamins_away    It should, yes.
19:29 JesseM          does that turn it off completely?
19:28 rangi           I ate ur chocolate from Pauline melia
19:28 jcamins_away    JesseM: turn off the various override sysprefs?
19:28 melia_lunch     thanks :)
19:27 JesseM          Just wondering if there is anyone working on adding a permission to not allow someone to override fines?
19:26 magnus_afk      happy birthday melia_lunch!
19:25 cait            happy birthday melia :)
19:25 jcamins_away    Happy birthday, Melia!
19:24 rangi           Happy birthday melia
19:23 wizzyrea        mornin rangi
19:23 cait            morning rangi
19:23 jcamins_away    Morning, rangi.
19:22 chris_n         it gets easier now
19:22 oleonard        Hi rangi
19:22 jcamins_away    Contrast that to Search.pm.
19:22 jcamins_away    Oh, come now.
19:22 chris_n         glub.... glub.... ;-)
19:21 jcamins_away    chris_n: ah, yes. Good stuff, that.
19:21 rangi           Morning
19:20 cait            I will kick... complain... be grumpy... and in the end there will be cookies for all of you
19:20 chris_n         jcamins_away: just followup from my MARC research :)
19:20 cait            and if you could continue that for the next 2 weeks...
19:20 cait            I need someone pushing me to it
19:20 cait            really
19:20 cait            you all do a good job
19:20 wizzyrea        as if I could actually *make* cait do her homework
19:19 cait            oh right... the accounting thing
19:19 * wizzyrea      does not consider making cait do her homework goofing off
19:19 jcamins_away    chris_n: why are you in bug 7284?
19:18 wizzyrea        noooo!
19:18 cait            i am on vacation :)
19:18 oleonard        It was someone's boss. We all failed the test because we were goofing off.
19:18 * cait          is now quite impressed with her own vocabulary :P
19:18 cait            yay :)
19:18 jcamins_away    cait: mystery shopper is the right term.
19:18 chris_n         cait: right
19:18 chris_n         oleonard: did the clerk let you?
19:18 cait            or how do you call those who pretend to test service?
19:18 cait            perhaps a mystery shopper?
19:17 cait            lol
19:17 oleonard        It's like the time I went to the DMV and waiting in line for two hours so I could ask the clerk if I could come back later and get a driver's license.
19:17 chris_n         lol
19:17 wizzyrea        maybe his office was on fire.
19:17 * chris_n       wonders what all that was about
19:17 wizzyrea        seriously that was odd.
19:16 * wizzyrea      substitutes "more time" for "more of a priority"
19:16 jcamins_away    Great chatting.
19:16 oleonard        McCloud: If you had asked your question already we could already be answering it
19:16 jcamins_away    chris_n: it's already pushed to master, and it will be in 3.6.5.
19:15 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=7284 major, P3, ---, jcamins, Pushed to Master , Authority matching algorithm improvements
19:15 * chris_n       promptly drowns in bug 7284
19:15 McCloud         ok great, I'll be back when I have a bit more time, thanks guys and gals!
19:15 * oleonard      is with cait. Accounting is boring!
19:13 cait            I will try :)
19:13 cait            lol
19:13 jcamins_away    Hehe.
19:13 wizzyrea        that will make it exciting.
19:13 wizzyrea        pretend you're covering something up for a zillionaire banker
19:13 wizzyrea        well
19:13 cait            but it's so boring
19:13 cait            yes....
19:13 wizzyrea        we always have minutes for those :)
19:13 wizzyrea        ms. cait - they tell me you have accounting to work on
19:13 McCloud         Hello, anyone have a minute for a Newbie type question?
19:12 jcamins_away    oleonard: wizzyrea: order cait to go work on accounting. She's ignoring me.
19:12 cait            yes... sir
19:12 jcamins_away    Speaking of accounting, you should be working on accounting right now!
19:12 jcamins_away    cait: yes, that's on my to-do list.
19:12 cait            (not nw... but in 2 weeks after accounting?)
19:12 jcamins_away    cait: If I'm able to rewrite the subject browser, I will do so. :)
19:11 cait            like guiding me trhough a simple one?
19:11 cait            jcamins_away: could we make you do some online tutorial sometime? :)
19:11 jcamins_away    wizzyrea: if you look at httprecorder.pl, that's the script needed to generate WWW::Mechanize scripts based on your browsing.
19:11 cait            lol
19:11 * oleonard      covers the poor dear's little ears
19:11 cait            jcamins_away: are you interested in adopting?
19:11 cait            probably not possible to breath new life into it then?
19:10 cait            sad
19:10 cait            ah
19:10 cait            oh
19:10 oleonard        But pre-MARC
19:10 oleonard        It was a specialized subject heading browse thing
19:10 cait            I think it wants a home
19:10 cait            it's following me around
19:10 cait            I found it when doing the classes and then again when translating
19:09 cait            what did it use to do?
19:09 magnus_afk      jcamins++ chris_n++
19:09 oleonard        Poor subject.tt has been dragged aimlessly through so many upgrades
19:08 cait            jcamins++
19:08 jcamins_away    Forgot to mention that earlier.
19:08 cait            :)
19:08 jcamins_away    BTW, if anyone is interested, my release test scripts are now in the release-tools repo, thanks to chris_n.
19:08 cait            we should do something for them
19:08 cait            oleonard: I have another suspect : subject.tt
19:07 * wizzyrea      rattles the tin cup "mistah can ya spare a dime?"
19:07 cait            poor thing
19:07 cait            oh
19:04 oleonard        Hm... members/member-picupload.pl seems to be an orphan
19:04 wizzyrea        gaetan I hope is at home.
19:03 wizzyrea        over*
19:03 wizzyrea        so if anybody wants to have a look pver it
19:03 wizzyrea        I just attached an omnibus of the css changes
19:03 chris_n         before the little bugs get them
19:03 * chris_n       takes a moment to pick up all of the cookies he dropped
19:03 cait            mid-air collision!
19:03 chris_n         no, bz is good at handling those sorts of things :)
19:02 wizzyrea        hehe I hope not too disastrous
19:00 chris_n         bz collision :-)
18:58 wizzyrea        uhoh
18:58 wizzyrea        !
18:57 * chris_n       collides with wizzyrea
18:44 chris_n         or whoever
18:44 chris_n         good work chanserv
18:28 oleonard        Unauthorized bot? Interesting.
17:43 jcamins_away    chris_n: thanks. I shall be sure to including the translation list in the future.
17:16 Brooke          I had an excellent Banana Cupcake a couple weeks back
17:16 Brooke          when it is good, it's good.
17:15 chris_n         banana bread is spectacular
17:12 cait            :)
17:11 francharb_afk   see you all
17:11 francharb_afk   it's banana bread time!
17:11 francharb_afk   Brooke, I still have what I want to send you on my desk. The good thing is that I think of you. The bad thing is that you don't have it.... I mean yet! ;^)
17:10 sekjal          hi, Brooke
17:10 Brooke          hey sekjal
17:10 * francharb_afk hugs Brooke
17:10 * Brooke        hugs francharb
17:10 francharb       ;)
17:10 francharb       0/ Brooke
17:09 francharb       ok! I need a break!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
17:07 Brooke          gaetan++
16:58 Brooke          staff intranet pictures++
16:56 cait            gut :)
16:55 Brooke          wie geht's
16:54 cait            h Brooke
16:54 chris_n         \o
16:54 Brooke          o/
16:53 huginn          chris_n: The operation succeeded.
16:53 chris_n         @later tell jcamins you may want to include the translation list in the future on your release related notices; I forwarded this one on
16:42 chris_n         jcamins_away: http://git.koha-community.org/gitweb/?p=release-tools.git;a=summary
16:29 jcamins         Time to head into the city.
16:29 jcamins         lol
16:29 * oleonard      shakes his fist at jcamins
16:29 * oleonard      destroys his desk in rage
16:28 jcamins         I'll be releasing 3.6.5 on May 24, not 23. Oh well.
16:27 * chris_n       breaks out the fresh strawberry cake
16:27 jcamins         chris_n: yeah, my e-mail client wraps text.
16:26 chris_n         :)
16:25 chris_n         just add some \n to it
16:25 cait            yep
16:25 chris_n         sounds fine
16:25 cait            reading :)
16:25 jcamins         cait: chris_n: thoughts?
16:24 pastebot        "jcamins" at pasted "String freeze announcement - is it coherent?" (1 line) at http://paste.koha-community.org/389
16:23 jcamins         Okay, 16:00UTC on May 10.
16:22 chris_n         fwiw
16:22 chris_n         and very, very little direct concerns with those branches as such
16:21 * chris_n       had very few maint branch specific fixes during his tenure
16:21 chris_n         jcamins: since the bulk of the changes are cherry-picked from master, it really is not that much of an issue
16:21 jcamins         So what I'm hearing is "you can put 3.6.5 in string freeze Thursday if you want, sure, why not."
16:20 jcamins         cait: I don't know, someone might care?
16:20 chris_n         organized?
16:20 cait            why does the community need to be warned?
16:19 jcamins         If I'd been organized, I would've announced last week that 3.6.x was entering string freeze tomorrow, but I wasn't.
16:19 chris_n         so now if you like :-)
16:19 chris_n         jcamins: I gave at least 1wk to translation
16:18 jcamins         cait: actually, the question is "how much warning do I have to give the rest of the community?"
16:18 cait            hm perhaps give a week for translators ?
16:18 jcamins         When should 3.6.x enter string freeze?
16:13 wizzyrea        also, I actually *have* email to answer today, which is somewhat of a change in the normal thing.
16:12 chris_n         lol
16:12 * wizzyrea      is an email answering machine today
16:08 wizzyrea        heya
16:08 * wizzyrea      waves
16:04 chris_n         hi wizzyrea
15:57 wizzyrea        k, that's probably best. :)
15:56 francharb       wizzyrea, I'm not sure but I tried each time to do a whole new test
15:56 wizzyrea        those are things to keep in mind when testing
15:56 wizzyrea        well anyway
15:56 wizzyrea        or was it a whole new test
15:56 francharb       and when I will retest this (I will check the sql too)
15:56 wizzyrea        was the item already in transit when you flipped the syspref?
15:56 francharb       i keep this in mind
15:55 francharb       but
15:55 francharb       wizzyrea, right now, I can't work more on this part, I have to finish up my presentations for my training tomorrow
15:55 wizzyrea        it might be instructive.
15:55 wizzyrea        branchtransfers*
15:55 wizzyrea        what do you see from a select * from branch transfers where item number = theitemnumber
15:54 francharb       :)
15:54 wizzyrea        hm that is interesting.
15:54 francharb       I was logged in library B
15:54 francharb       but I was already in library B
15:54 francharb       and koha asked me to tranfer to library B
15:53 francharb       then, I changed the HomeOrHoldingBranchReturn
15:53 francharb       wizzyrea, at the begining, I had what you describes
15:53 francharb       (I was testing HOHBR set up with 'the library the item was checked out from"
15:53 wizzyrea        now this is not to fill a hold, just a transfer?
15:53 wizzyrea        so you had a transfer from library A to library B, and when checked in at Library B it prompted you to return it to library A instead of receiving it?
15:52 francharb       at the end, I was logged in my library to receive the transfer from another one and koha asked my if I wanted to transfer the item I checking in in my own library...
15:51 * wizzyrea      is keenly interested in wonkiness with transfers/holds in 3.8
15:50 chris_n         got it
15:50 wahanui         i heard message was a warning not an error.
15:50 wizzyrea        francharb: what message?
15:50 jcamins         chris_n: okay, I think it worked now.
15:50 francharb       ;)
15:50 francharb       jcamins, are you talking to yourself?
15:49 jcamins         No it did not.
15:49 * francharb     is adding something else to check out later on his todo list
15:49 jcamins         Okay, did that work?
15:49 francharb       the thing is, I was trying to test basic transfers between two libraries and I had weird message... It might be related to this new feature...
15:48 jcamins         One moment.
15:48 jcamins         I'll try again with 1/2.
15:48 chris_n         2/2
15:48 huginn          wizzyrea: Quote #163: "<oleonard> One nice thing about the real Koha is you don't have to call someone to get it." (added by wizzyrea at 08:05 PM, November 10, 2011)
15:48 wizzyrea        @quote random
15:48 jcamins         Which one did you receive?
15:48 huginn          wizzyrea: The operation succeeded.  Quote #203 added.
15:48 wizzyrea        @quote add francharb: oh god… it's complicated
15:48 jcamins         chris_n: there were.
15:48 * chris_n       only received one
15:48 chris_n         jcamins: were there 2 patches?
15:48 wizzyrea        boo
15:48 huginn          wizzyrea: Error: You must be registered to use this command. If you are already registered, you must either identify (using the identify command) or add a hostmask matching your current hostmask (using the "hostmask add" command).
15:48 wizzyrea        @quote add francharb: oh god… it's complicated
15:47 wizzyrea        somebody wanted it :)
15:47 francharb       hehe
15:47 wizzyrea        ^^
15:47 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)
15:47 wizzyrea        @quote get 123
15:47 wizzyrea        well
15:47 francharb       :)
15:47 francharb       oh god... It's complicated
15:46 wizzyrea        then smart rules define branch return on per branch/itype limits.
15:46 francharb       I guess too
15:46 wizzyrea        but I believe we are both reading this right - HoHBR sets the default value for everything
15:45 wizzyrea        my comments come after my sign off ;)
15:45 francharb       ok
15:45 francharb       ahah
15:44 wizzyrea        that was just my sign off :)
15:44 wizzyrea        in his commit message
15:44 wizzyrea        was written by sekjal
15:44 wizzyrea        all of that stuff
15:44 wizzyrea        OH, ha
15:44 francharb       ;)
15:44 francharb       the comment I was reading
15:44 wizzyrea        i've slept since then.
15:44 huginn          04Bug 7144: enhancement, P1 - high, ---, srdjan, Pushed to Master , Floating collection
15:44 francharb       http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=7144#c17
15:44 francharb       why we have this default value on the smart rule page
15:43 wizzyrea        hehe, which bug, now I want to know what i said.
15:43 francharb       it makes sense
15:43 francharb       wizzyrea, I re-read your comment on bugzilla and you said "The use of HomeOrHoldingBranchReturn is removed in AddReturn to instead use this subroutine."
15:42 wizzyrea        for particular item types or collection codes or whatever the mechanism is.
15:42 wizzyrea        right
15:40 francharb       hummm
15:39 francharb       so, it's like the default default value is set up by what we have in this syspref BUT, if I use this new feature, It's override by what we have on the smart rules page...
15:38 wizzyrea        (or feel it's necessary to your understanding)
15:38 wizzyrea        (unless you want me to)
15:37 wizzyrea        ok then i'll not bother with an example lol.
15:37 francharb       sounds good to me
15:37 wizzyrea        for example
15:37 wizzyrea        is that making sense?
15:37 wizzyrea        if that's what you desire.
15:37 wizzyrea        that will be the default, and the smart rules override that
15:36 wizzyrea        is that if you have homeorholdingbranchreturn set a particular way
15:36 wizzyrea        ah, what I probably meant
15:36 francharb       and I didn't know what you meant by "global default"...
15:35 francharb       stored in default_circ_rules.returnbranch)."
15:35 francharb       wizzyrea, I will ask him later then. I was asking you because you said in buzilla "On upgrade, the value of HomeOrHoldingBranchReturn is used to populate the global default (which is
15:35 wizzyrea        it's a brand new feature
15:35 wizzyrea        francharb: I'm not sure I know
15:34 wizzyrea        sekjal, if he's around, might know
15:33 francharb       Actually, what is the difference between the "default return policy" in the smart-rules.pl page and the HomeOrHoldingBranchReturn syspref?
15:32 francharb       or anyone who knows!
15:32 * cait          goes back to cleaning the windows
15:32 francharb       ;)
15:32 cait            ah wizzyrea - taht's a good idea :)
15:32 cait            I proably don't have an answer :(
15:32 francharb       can i ask you a question about the floating collection feature and the way it's related to homeorholdingbranchreturn syspref?
15:31 cait            makes sense
15:31 francharb       wizzyrea, hi!
15:30 francharb       cait, the feature sounds interesting but the way circulation works, to me, it's a mess to understand, so adding more complexity is not what I need right now... ;)
15:30 cait            no idea
15:29 francharb       Is HomeOrHoldingBranchReturn still in use?
15:29 cait            is that a good or bad pfff?
15:29 huginn          jcamins: The operation succeeded.
15:29 jcamins         @later tell sekjal http://chopac.org/cgi-bin/tools/imdb2marc.pl
15:29 francharb       and all I can say is "pfffffffffffff"
15:29 francharb       I just discovered the floating collection feature...
15:29 cait            did you figure it out?
15:29 francharb       pffff
15:26 jcamins         wizzyrea: is that not profoundly awesome?
15:25 wizzyrea        jcamins++
15:16 jcamins         If you have a chance to push them, that'd be awesome.
15:16 jcamins         chris_n: I sent you patches for the release-tools repo.
15:13 pastebot        "jcamins" at pasted "It works!" (56 lines) at http://paste.koha-community.org/388
15:12 jcamins         WOOHOO!!!
15:06 wizzyrea        but it's got a from address of gmail.
15:06 wizzyrea        yea, it's probably mad because the server that the patch is coming from isn't gmail
15:05 * wizzyrea      threw caution to the wind
15:05 wizzyrea        well it's attached to the bug anyway
15:05 wizzyrea        O.o
15:05 oleonard        wizzyrea: Got the patch, but Gmail said it was a phishing attempt so I threw it away and hid under my desk.
15:05 jcamins         Installing MARC21 from the tarball.
15:00 cait            :)
15:00 jcamins         From the package.
15:00 jcamins         Installing UNIMARC.
15:00 wizzyrea        we'll see I guess
15:00 wizzyrea        I applied both, resolved the conflicts, then rebased them and squashed them together
14:59 jcamins         :)
14:59 wizzyrea        that's what I did.
14:59 jcamins         wizzyrea: you can use rebase -i and then change the second patch to "squash" instead of "pick."
14:59 * wizzyrea      is unsure of the git fu in play here
14:58 cait            I am sure you 2 will make it work :)
14:58 * cait          cheers wizzyrea and oleonard on :)
14:58 wizzyrea        ok, I think I got it right. I hope
14:53 wizzyrea        ugh. perhaps not.
14:52 wizzyrea        cool, thx
14:52 oleonard        Sure
14:51 wizzyrea        oleonard: can i send it to you directly, and if it works then I'll attach it?
14:51 wizzyrea        dumb of me to do it in 2 patches.
14:50 wizzyrea        well, let me attach a patch that should have everything in it - but I don't know if it will work
14:48 wizzyrea        ah
14:45 jcamins         Now I'm running the entire test script.
14:45 oleonard        But the second patch didn't apply
14:44 oleonard        wizzyrea: I wanted to test again because of the input field border problems we talked about the other day. I didn't know if the second patch addressed that
14:44 wizzyrea        what were the problems you saw oleonard
14:43 cait            amazing!
14:43 cait            :)
14:43 cait            jcamins++
14:42 wizzyrea        wowie
14:41 jcamins         ^^ super cool!
14:41 pastebot        "jcamins" at pasted "Package test results" (24 lines) at http://paste.koha-community.org/387
14:41 wizzyrea        I will probably have to redo it
14:41 wizzyrea        not the changes
14:41 wizzyrea        the patch I mean
14:41 wizzyrea        I think I messed it up
14:41 wizzyrea        the 2nd part, I bet so
14:40 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=7998 critical, P5 - low, ---, wizzyrea, In Discussion , 3.8 UI cleanup, tweaks to new styles
14:40 oleonard        Hi wizzyrea I had trouble testing Bug 7998
14:39 * wizzyrea      wave
14:26 druthb          It's after 5 here...I'm headed out for the evening.  be well, everyone.
14:25 jcamins         Of course, I do do six complete installations, so perhaps that's no surprise.
14:25 jcamins         That is not the case anymore.
14:25 jcamins         You know, when I started out, the entire script took about twenty minutes to run.
14:25 * jcamins       runs his release test script again.
14:25 cait            :)
14:25 * jcamins       feels the same.
14:24 francharb       back
14:22 * oleonard      is happy that rtl support is being improved, and happy for druthb that she is on a cool trip
14:20 druthb          So far, I've had very useful help from cait and oleonard and jcamins and fredericd and julian_m on this Arabic project.  Thanks for your help, all!
14:15 druthb          oleonard++
14:15 jcamins         Okay, didn't quite work.
14:11 magnuse         time for walkies - have fun #koha!
14:10 jcamins         I still haven't figured out how to do the updatedatabase testing.
14:10 jcamins         Bah, humbug.
14:10 jcamins         Oh, yeah. I also need to test updatedatabase.
14:09 magnuse         cait: from reading http://wiki.koha-community.org/wiki/Sandboxes i think it can do databaseupdates
14:09 magnuse         jcamins: supercool!
14:08 cait            or can*t?
14:08 cait            I think it can do database updates?
14:07 cait            magnuse: not totally sure
14:07 jcamins         Once it works I'll send it (and all the supporting scripts) to chris_n for inclusion in the release-tools repo.
14:06 cait            back
14:06 jcamins         magnuse: my super duper release testing megascript.
14:05 magnuse         jcamins: which script?
14:00 jcamins         I think the script may be able to test package installation now, too. :)
13:48 magnuse         is it just that no command line action can be involved?
13:48 magnuse         are the criteria for when a bug/patch can be tested with the sandboxes written down somewhere?
13:44 oleonard        Thanks magnuse
13:38 magnuse         i have tried to add our thoughts to http://wiki.koha-community.org/wiki/General_IRC_meeting,_13_June_2012 - please feel free to add and delete stuff!
13:28 cait            but not easy too
13:28 cait            like you could ask... I don't like that about the bug... is that enough to fail it?
13:27 cait            perhaps they need some discussion then?
13:27 jcamins         There is a large swath of bugs set to "needs signoff" that I'm not responding to because I haven't gotten over that feeling yet.
13:26 cait            I try to comensate by explaiinign well why
13:26 cait            it's always feeling mean
13:26 magnuse         jcamins: knows the feeling... but tries to suppress it
13:26 cait            jcamins: I got over that... but It hink you are right
13:26 magnuse         have fun chris_n!
13:26 jcamins         The other problem with signing off on things... a lot of people hate failing things, so certain patches get passed over because "gee, it doesn't seem very nice to mark it failed QA."
13:26 magnuse         cait: just do it! ;-)
13:25 francharb       I need to test further!
13:25 francharb       :)
13:25 francharb       but i changed the homeorholdingbranchreturn and I get the message "do you want to transfer the item in your own library?"
13:24 chris_n         cait, magnuse: gotta run, but I think there are some good ideas on the table; they should be put on the next meeting agenda
13:24 cait            and it has 163 bugs in bugzilla
13:24 cait            it#s not a too big module to test
13:24 francharb       automaticreturn helps me to only get the message (do you want to transfert back the item)
13:24 cait            ?
13:24 cait            we could start with patrons maybe
13:24 francharb       in the end,
13:23 cait            hm
13:23 francharb       cait, yes
13:23 cait            I mean did the status show in transfer to.. ?
13:23 cait            francharb: was it in transfer before you checked it in?
13:23 francharb       hehe : I did a transfer from Library A to B, I'm in library B checkin the item in and koha says : "This item needs to be transferred to library B. Transfer now?"
13:23 cait            it's not like I think htat about people here. it's only we have to find ways to get rid of the bugs... *sigh*
13:23 chris_n         it was a conscious choice :-)
13:23 cait            yeah, but I feel like I have to
13:22 chris_n         no need to :-)
13:22 cait            and I apologize :)
13:22 chris_n         no complaints, just a few facts to hopefully help
13:22 jcamins         Certainly that's the case for me. I would like to see all bugs fixed, but I only have so much time, and given a choice between getting paid for it and not getting paid for it, the former almost always wins.
13:22 chris_n         ie. rmaint "paid" me nothing tangible and often "cost" me tangibly (ie. time away from family, etc)
13:22 cait            http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/describecomponents.cgi
13:21 cait            and you are right.. my english is broken again
13:21 cait            so any ideas about a module?
13:21 chris_n         bug hunt sounds like a good start
13:21 cait            yeah, think you are true, that was a bit hard
13:21 cait            yeah perhaps
13:20 chris_n         I don't think that most consciously think "I'm not going to get paid, so I won't do that," but I think the practicality of life often forces that decision unconsciously
13:20 cait            because noone is going to sponsor to work on an old bug.. but you have to factor it in somehow
13:20 magnuse         cait++ for setting up a bug hunt experiment!
13:20 cait            'i don't get paid for that'
13:19 cait            i think a lot of people want... what I don' like is the
13:19 cait            what would be a good one to start with?
13:19 chris_n         its the "want to" part that is the problem, imho
13:19 cait            experiment
13:19 cait            I coudl try to set a page up for a bug hunt
13:19 magnuse         yeah...
13:19 cait            and you have to want to make time...
13:19 cait            that's true
13:19 cait            you always have to make time
13:19 chris_n         short of that, it won't happen
13:18 * chris_n       can say after being rmaint for several years, that if things are going to be done for "free" then the one doing them just has to make it happen
13:18 cait            so... if someone is in a situation to be stuck somewhere for like 20 minutes... he could check out the current bug hunt page
13:18 cait            or review a bug for that module and mark it reviewed/confirmed/retested
13:17 cait            so just write up a test you did on the wiki... wouldn't take that long
13:17 cait            and still help moving it forward a bit
13:17 cait            where a person can spend like 10 minutes on it
13:17 * chris_n       thinks that getting bugs signed off/qa'd faster is a serious concern
13:17 cait            I think we need a way
13:16 magnuse         cait: but will we find the time to actually do it?
13:15 francharb       I'm going to test it this way
13:15 francharb       thank you for the advice!
13:15 francharb       nengard, that what I was about to test!
13:15 nengard         I always recommend those I train to leave it to Don't
13:15 nengard         I have that set to Don't
13:14 nengard         jinx :)
13:14 jcamins         chris_n: I would even offer to do weekly fudge fests.
13:14 francharb       nengard, maybe "AutomaticItemReturn"...
13:14 nengard         francharb what do you have AutomaticItemReturn set to?
13:14 magnuse         cait: sounds cool
13:14 cait            that we could try to automate later on (me looks at francharb)
13:14 nengard         but there is a sys pref that might be effecting that
13:14 jcamins         chris_n: that makes sense, then.
13:14 chris_n         something which would require some motivation to do well on the part of the signer-offer
13:14 nengard         francharb yes, i thought you always had to check in items when they were transferred
13:14 cait            so we could clean up bugzilla and get some serious testing done + get some written test plans
13:13 cait            and document tests on the wiki and look at the bugs for thatmodule
13:13 chris_n         jcamins: no, just not something like a pound of gold
13:13 francharb       nengard, could you just tell if I always need to check the item in when it arrives at the other library (the library I'm transfering to) ?
13:13 cait            like: try to shake out all bugs in module x
13:13 jcamins         Ah.
13:13 chris_n         jcamins: yes or the assignee, whichever is more appropriate
13:13 cait            maybe we could do bug hunts
13:13 jcamins         I thought by "disinterested" you meant the fudge should come from someone else.
13:13 cait            another idea
13:13 magnuse         yeah, if we just agree on a keyword it should work
13:13 cait            ah
13:13 jcamins         chris_n: oh, are you proposing having the submitter sponsor the fudge?
13:13 chris_n         but may do what cait suggests
13:13 chris_n         I think their usefulness is limited
13:12 chris_n         magnuse: true
13:12 chris_n         with hourly rates avg $75-$100 range, I'd say fudge is cheap
13:12 huginn          04Bug 4867: major, PATCH-Sent (DO NOT USE), ---, cnighswonger, RESOLVED FIXED, cannot clone subfields in marc editor, other clone/unclone weirdness
13:12 magnuse         looks like "Keywords" are just a free text field? http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=4867
13:11 jcamins         chris_n: there are 117 bugs set to Needs Signoff.
13:11 chris_n         jcamins: how bad do you want someone to look at your bug?
13:11 cait            idea: set up a fudge fund ;)
13:11 jcamins         Heck, making that much fudge gets pricey.
13:11 jcamins         chris_n: postage gets pricey.
13:10 cait            but yes
13:10 cait            I will be travelling I think so not sure I can attend :(
13:10 chris_n         idea: offer a very disinterested "bounty" such as fudge
13:10 magnuse         get the blessing of the community and ask for more ideas?
13:10 magnuse         should we add these to the agenda of the next irc meeting?
13:09 cait            idea: put sign-off stats on kc-org
13:09 magnuse         +1
13:09 cait            idea: put testers in release notes
13:09 cait            s
13:09 cait            idea: use a keyword to mark sandbox testable patche
13:09 cait            ok so far we have:
13:09 cait            yeah, that's a nice idea too
13:09 magnuse         for me, the stats that rangi does for signoffs are excellent incentives - i really wanna rank high in those lists. perhaps they could be published on http://koha-community.org/ - to give even more status?
13:08 francharb       annoying, especially just before a training! :)
13:08 cait            chris_n: that was the idea :) not sure how to set up keywords in bugzilla?
13:08 francharb       I'm trying to change my set up but still, I always get this message...
13:08 nengard         sounds like a bug to me ? but i'd have to test further
13:07 nengard         um ?.
13:07 francharb       nengard, hi! do you know why i cant check in an item that i just transfered without getting koha asking me to transfert  the item back?
13:07 magnuse         cait: huh, clicking on "Search" for "regression" gives 0 hits?
13:07 chris_n         cait: we could probably setup a similar one for sandbox-able patches
13:06 jcamins         I'm in the process of testing it now.
13:06 chris_n         jcamins++
13:06 magnuse         jcamins++
13:06 magnuse         yay!
13:06 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=7924 major, P1 - high, ---, magnus, Needs Signoff , Fix handling of command line arguments in koha-remove
13:06 * jcamins       will sign off on bug 7924, though.
13:05 cait            http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/describekeywords.cgi
13:04 chris_n         do you have an opinion on the subject under discussion, gmcharlt?
13:04 magnuse         kia ora gmcharlt!
13:04 wahanui         gmcharlt is an expert in all things library technology.
13:04 chris_n         heya gmcharlt
13:04 cait            hi gmcharlt :)
13:04 gmcharlt        good morning
13:04 cait            and how to make more people do it
13:04 cait            we were talking about the process :)
13:03 nengard         was i signing off on things you were talking about?
13:03 cait            francharb: correct. :(
13:03 jcamins         Yeah, I'd love to have more time to sign off on things.
13:03 magnuse         nengard++ for signing off on things while we talk ;-)
13:03 francharb       setting up circulation is just a p... in the a...
13:03 cait            make it as easy as possible - like creating a list for the sandboxes
13:03 chris_n         even if the community had paid release positions, etc. the issue would exist
13:03 cait            yeah I think what we can do is:
13:03 magnuse         chris_n: yup!
13:02 chris_n         magnuse: this is just the problem... time == $$$ :-)
13:02 cait            francharb: I think it does use the branchtransfer table for returns now - paul wrote something to fix that
13:02 francharb       chris_n, good point!
13:02 * jcamins       doesn't look carrots. Parsnips, on the other hand...
13:02 chris_n         francharb: check the release notes?
13:02 magnuse         well, speaking for myself, i dont really need much of a carot, its more a question of finding the time
13:02 francharb       it doen's seem to work the same way than before...
13:02 francharb       anybody knows if the way transfert works changed lately?
13:02 cait            testers
13:02 * chris_n       is not advocating any policy which would degrade the quality of code --for the record
13:02 cait            I liked the idea to add sign-offers to the release notes
13:01 chris_n         it still will probably require a carrot of some sort to encourage participation
13:00 magnuse         yup!
13:00 cait            s
13:00 cait            for someone who is limited to the sandboxe
13:00 magnuse         is it possible to do that in bz?
13:00 cait            so it would be less frustrating
13:00 chris_n         cait++
13:00 magnuse         excellent idea!
13:00 cait            and promote the list
13:00 cait            and we can create a list
13:00 cait            you could mark what can be tested in a sandbox with it
13:00 cait            I suggested using a keyword
13:00 cait            yes
13:00 chris_n         that would add the checks of QA and RM
13:00 chris_n         perhaps any incentive could be limited to "bug is pushed to branch foo"
12:59 magnuse         and some way to separate patches/bugs that will work in the sandboxes would be nice too
12:59 magnuse         the sandboxes could perhaps be promoted more
12:59 magnuse         :-)
12:58 chris_n         idea, even :-)
12:58 chris_n         so magnuse ides of "not rejected" is one such check
12:58 cait            but there is a lot you can't do with them
12:58 cait            the sandboxes are nice
12:58 chris_n         if we provide incentives, we have to also be sure to add checks
12:58 cait            and we need more devs to sign-off
12:58 cait            it always is
12:58 chris_n         so its a balancing act
12:58 cait            yeah :(
12:57 magnuse         yup
12:57 chris_n         any time there is any sort of incentive involved, there will be the risk of poor work
12:57 jcamins         magnuse: ah.
12:57 chris_n         cait, magnuse: I think that using the voting mechanism of bz and establishing some sort of priority based on that might be another way to encourage sign-offs and qa
12:57 magnuse         jcamins: how to encourage more signoffs
12:57 cait            not sure :)
12:57 jcamins         What are we talking about?
12:57 magnuse         jcamins: ah
12:56 magnuse         chris_n, cait: but that makes tracking it that much harderm of course...
12:56 jcamins         magnuse: koha-create hedges its bets by using both options.
12:56 magnuse         chris_n, cait: maybe make it "signoffs that are not rejected by qa/rm"?
12:55 magnuse         jcamins: i basically copied how its done in koha-create, i *think*
12:55 jcamins         There are two ways to fix it. :)
12:55 jcamins         Sorry.
12:54 jcamins         That's okay, then.
12:54 jcamins         Oh, no, you have eval.
12:54 jcamins         You're missing quotes around $args
12:54 jcamins         Can I fix the fix while signing off?
12:54 jcamins         magnuse: there's a bug in your fix.
12:54 magnuse         jcamins: yeah, that@s the one i was thinking about
12:54 cait            and try to clean out bugs related to that
12:54 cait            or we could have a module of the month
12:54 cait            I mean independent from the assignee
12:54 chris_n         even a "most signed off" acknowledgement could result in poor sign-offs for the sake of competition
12:54 jcamins         Interestingly, the script works on my package development machine, but not my release maintenance machine.
12:54 francharb       so i don"t know if HomeOrHoldingBranchReturn is used in this case...
12:53 cait            magnuse, oleonard: perhaps we need to set some goals? and have... gamification... badges?
12:53 chris_n         magnuse, cait: ultimately it really comes down to the integrity of the one signing off or qa'ing or....
12:53 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=7924 enhancement, P5 - low, ---, magnus, Needs Signoff , Fix handling of command line arguments in koha-remove
12:53 jcamins         Ah, bug 7924.
12:53 francharb       just a transfert
12:53 francharb       but i'm not dealing with a patron checkout
12:53 francharb       but I guess it's cause by the homeorholdingbranchretunr syspref
12:53 magnuse         i think maybe i did
12:53 cait            wants to transfer it back?
12:52 jcamins         Unless you already patched it.
12:52 cait            but it doesn#t accept the transfer?
12:52 jcamins         I'll put my patch up.
12:52 jcamins         magnuse: oh, there is?
12:52 francharb       i can transfert everything, everywhere
12:52 cait            hm, and all system preferences related? I think some might be new
12:52 jcamins         You're probably wondering "how did you never notice this before, given that you create and remove instances on a regular basis?"
12:52 magnuse         jcamins: yeah, i was messing about with that the other day, there is a bug for it
12:52 francharb       yep
12:52 francharb       ok cait!
12:52 cait            francharb: have you checked the transfer rules?
12:52 jcamins         magnuse: it tries to use "--" as the instance name in certain situations.
12:52 cait            francharb: not sure really - not much experience dealing with multiple branches
12:51 magnuse         jcamins: how is it broken?
12:51 chris_n         magnuse: I agree, and have argued that in the past
12:51 magnuse         (thanks for breaking my keyboard ubuntu 12.04...)
12:51 francharb       how do I accept the transfer from library B ?
12:50 chris_n         jcamins: we're discussion fudge at the moment :-)
12:50 magnuse         chris_n: i have been pondering that too - we sort of want "independent" signoffs i think, so it@s tricky
12:50 francharb       so...
12:50 francharb       and koha ask me to transfer again the item to library A
12:50 francharb       did a check in
12:50 cait            I mean people paying for sign-offs
12:50 chris_n         I think it has...
12:50 francharb       then I logged in library B
12:49 jcamins         Did no one ever notice that koha-remove was broken?
12:49 cait            not much of a diff, but I don#t think that has happened
12:49 chris_n         or by-water, or... <your-vendor-goes-here>
12:49 francharb       I did a transfer from library A to library B
12:49 chris_n         so whats the diff then if I hire, say, catalyst to handle the sign-off, etc?
12:49 magnuse         yeah, your choice between grizzly and polar bear!
12:49 francharb       cait, could you help me to understand this?
12:49 * cait          wants a kiwi!
12:49 cait            a bear?
12:49 chris_n         well, all QA, etc rules would still apply
12:49 magnuse         yeah, cait has a point
12:48 magnuse         or a gift card to kiva or a bear at the next kohacon or...
12:48 cait            we want people to do good testing..I am not sure it#s the right signal
12:48 cait            hm
12:48 chris_n         exactly
12:48 chris_n         cait: each bug would have some "reward" etc attached to it by the assignee
12:48 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=7977 enhancement, P5 - low, ---, cnighswonger, Needs Signoff , Add a "Quote-of-the-day" feature to the OPAC homepage
12:48 magnuse         chris_n could promise to send a small package of fudge to whoever signs off on bug 7977 for example
12:47 cait            not sure I get the idea
12:47 magnuse         ooh :-)
12:47 chris_n         so each bug nets something?
12:46 chris_n         maybe a "bounty-per-bug" where the author/sponsor puts up some bounty?
12:46 magnuse         where should the nagging go? to the devel-list?
12:46 magnuse         im just thinking aloud here
12:46 cait            until someone fixes or closes it
12:46 magnuse         yeah, one or two weeks might be better
12:46 cait            each day
12:46 cait            that nags about an old bug
12:46 chris_n         bi even
12:46 cait            one idea I had was a script
12:46 magnuse         could be norwegian chocolate, "trollhunter" on dvd or similar
12:46 chris_n         maybe weekly or by-weekly
12:45 cait            it's really not easy
12:45 cait            hm a month is long
12:45 magnuse         or something
12:45 magnuse         i would pledge some kind of reward/bounty if we for example set a goal of "whoever does the most signoffs in the next month"
12:45 chris_n         hmmm.... hope that's not equivalent to a bribe... :-)
12:44 * chris_n       will exchange fudge for signoffs and qa on 7977 :-)
12:44 magnuse         the fudge idea is interesting
12:43 magnuse         might be a good idea
12:43 oleonard        I just know that a lot of patches I wouldn't know where to begin to test
12:43 oleonard        I wonder if we need the developers of some patches to help guide testing?
12:43 magnuse         s/thinl/think/
12:43 magnuse         a little bit of brainstorming is in order, i thinl
12:42 oleonard        ...but I don't know that GBSD would help get signoffs
12:42 wahanui         any ideas are welcome :)
12:42 magnuse         any ideas?
12:42 magnuse         yeah!
12:42 magnuse         i sort of forgot about them - it got hard trying to rack up some enthusiasm. sort of
12:42 oleonard        What I want is something to happen to shake up the long queue of pending patches
12:41 magnuse         you want one?
12:41 oleonard        Yes, I did.
12:41 wahanui         hmmm... oleonard is still here, if you just wish hard enough. or Koha's master UI designer
12:41 magnuse         oleonard?
12:40 magnuse         was someone asking about GBSD yesterday?
12:35 oleonard        Hi
12:35 cait            :)
12:35 cait            hi oleonard
12:33 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=737 enhancement, P2, ---, mjr, NEW , Map of library in search system
12:33 cait            bug 737
12:22 chris_n         I wasn't sure what they would be, so I just made-up a url :-)
12:21 chris_n         nengard: feel free to correct the manual references once it makes it into master
12:21 nengard         chris_n++
12:21 nengard         You're awesome
12:21 nengard         WOO HOO :)
12:20 chris_n         nengard should like me... I wrote help files for it
12:20 cait            :)
12:20 chris_n         ^^ ready for sign-off :-)
12:20 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=7977 enhancement, P5 - low, ---, cnighswonger, Needs Signoff , Add a "Quote-of-the-day" feature to the OPAC homepage
12:20 * chris_n       pokes bug 7977
12:20 chris_n         opps
12:20 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=7877 minor, P5 - low, ---, oleonard, NEW , note on expiration in the opac worded wrongish
12:20 * chris_n       pokes bug 7877
12:18 cait            :(
12:18 cait            I mean some of the patches need to be redone
12:17 cait            I started in opac - but have to redo some of it I think
12:16 cait            I filed it
12:16 cait            I know
12:16 chris_n         cait: I think there is a bug for removing extraneous warns
12:14 cait            or or or
12:14 cait            from advanced search
12:14 cait            or a search in opac
12:14 cait            chris_n: everywhere :( try orderinga book until receive
12:13 magnuse         chris_n: i think cait meant all over the code
12:13 keisyr          ;)
12:11 jcamins         keisyr: nifty!
12:09 keisyr          http://koha.org.pl/live/
12:08 chris_n         cait: millions of warns.... do you mean in categorie.pl?
12:07 keisyr          someone come in handy sea
12:06 keisyr          I prepared demo LiveDVD Koha 3.8 running on Linux Mint
12:06 cait            hi keisyr
12:05 magnuse         hiya keisyr
12:05 keisyr          hello all
12:05 keisyr          witam wszystkich
12:03 chris_n         heya cait
12:03 cait            hi chris_n :)
12:02 chris_n         hi mail
11:35 jwagner         Hi Amit_Gupta
11:30 jcamins         o/
11:30 Amit_Gupta      heya jawagner
10:56 cait            yes?
10:53 Amit_Gupta      cait around?
10:53 Amit_Gupta      heya cait
10:33 slef            50minutes and £12 away by train
10:32 slef            hrm the 9 June march is in Glasgow https://www.facebook.com/events/375858179095979/
10:13 magnuse         woohoo! ;-)
10:11 cait            we have millions of warns everywhere :(
10:10 magnuse         oops in 3.8 just looking at :8080/cgi-bin/koha/admin/categorie.pl gives lots of this in the error log: Illegal date specified (year = 0, month = 0, day = 00) at /usr/share/koha/intranet/cgi-bin/admin/categorie.pl line 200
10:07 cait            :)
10:07 cait            ok - was not sure you got the mail
10:06 slef            it's a big help. Too many balls in the air here just now.
10:06 slef            cait: yes, thanks. I'll get on with it ASAP.
10:03 cait            slef: did you see my edits to the wiki? I also sent you a mail with the complete summary?
10:03 * druthb        grumbles something about recalcitrant css
09:55 francharb       :)
09:55 magnuse         francharb: thanks! and definitely next time!
09:49 cait            slef: reason is that liw will not arrive until afternoon
09:45 cait            it woudl free some time for free hacking in the morning
09:45 rangi           That'd work
09:45 slef            cait: yes. Also there may be an Anti-ACTA march on 9th
09:45 cait            so packaging is in the afternoon
09:45 cait            perhaps exchanging the bugsqash and packaging
09:44 cait            slef: we will have to change the hackfest schedule
09:44 rangi           Just an idea at the mo, but will link it if it becomes reality
09:44 cait            :)
09:44 rangi           Cool
09:43 slef            please do. Let us know how people can buy and let's link it from the website
09:43 rangi           So I can put it on a t-shirt if I wanted with no issues
09:42 rangi           Sweet
09:41 slef            inherited from the koha logo IIRC so GPLv2+?
09:41 rangi           Was wondering what the license for the kohacon logo is
09:41 francharb       magnuse, next time! and congrats! ;)
09:40 rangi           Yup
09:40 slef            rangi: you still there?
09:40 magnuse         ...and missing you all *a lot*...
09:39 magnuse         francharb: sorry, no. i will be waiting for my firstborn... ;-)
09:38 francharb       magnuse, will you be at the kohacon too?
09:37 francharb       oups, I just saw it's 11:36 and my presentation for the training I give tomorrow is not ready...
09:37 cait            including learning new things of course :)
09:37 magnuse         good plan!
09:37 cait            I only worry because I already want to do too many things at the hackfest!
09:37 cait            :)
09:36 francharb       cait, if at least we could get organised on this topic during the hackfest, it would the first step to success! ;)
09:35 francharb       my plan is : talking about it with people interested, do a wiki page, share it, continue the discussion on IRC during an online meeting and then work!
09:34 cait            she knows lots and lots about holds
09:34 cait            perhaps getting liz involved too
09:34 francharb       cait, sure!
09:34 francharb       ;)
09:34 cait            it's perhaps something we could try to do in a online meeting to
09:34 francharb       but first thing is to know what we want to check!
09:34 francharb       that would be perfect
09:33 cait            and perhaps try to automate some of them later on
09:32 francharb       cait, sure but a small group could be dedicated to this topic
09:32 wahanui         it has been said that on the wiki is more information about the packages
09:32 cait            on the wiki
09:32 cait            yeah, I think we should have test plans
09:32 cait            3 days not enough!
09:32 francharb       the thing is, we don"t have a chechlist to run when a new feature come, etc... The idea would be to list tests that should be run every time we have a new feature related to circulation rule
09:32 cait            so many things to do :(
09:30 francharb       I know!! That's why I want to organize something with a couple of people to share the work and think about how to test, etc.
09:29 cait            but it#s so hard to test that even fixes get stuck
09:29 francharb       great link!! bookmarked!
09:29 cait            i think there are some patches in the pipeline to make things better
09:29 cait            oh yes...
09:29 francharb       cait, during the hackfest, I wish I could work on this and send my first patch! ;) And It would be great to organize massive tests on circulation rules... It's totally different but totally necessary ;)
09:29 cait            http://wiki.koha-community.org/wiki/Yet_not_translatable_string
09:29 cait            I worked on some of them in marseille
09:28 cait            there is a list on the wiki
09:28 cait            there are some problems in authorities you might want to try to tackle
09:28 cait            i can't wait to see your first patch :)
09:27 francharb       if it's just things like to correct, I guess I will be able to do it! ;)
09:27 cait            only wondering because it def used to work :)
09:27 francharb       humm
09:26 cait            it has to be surrounded by _(...)
09:26 cait            when it's javascript
09:26 cait            normally
09:26 francharb       I can check this out later
09:26 francharb       but that's no big deal
09:25 francharb       cait, it doesn't change..
09:24 cait            I think it#s shift f5
09:24 cait            sometimes that can lead to weird things, like the list button in opac showing up nontranslated
09:24 francharb       how so?
09:24 cait            did you try reloading your javascript?
09:24 cait            I would have to check again in master
09:24 cait            or it used to
09:24 cait            the more button works for me
09:24 cait            hm
09:23 francharb       so my guess is that something missing in the template to tell koha that those strings should be in the po file..;
09:23 francharb       and it's 100% translated...
09:22 francharb       or, on moremember.pl, there are strings that are not translatable, I can't find them in the po file
09:21 francharb       which list the modules
09:21 francharb       for example, on the admin interface, the "more" button
09:20 francharb       hehe
09:20 cait            can you show me the problem string?
09:20 cait            ah right, should read back first
09:20 cait            where do I have to sign off? :)
09:20 cait            ooh, taht sounds good
09:20 francharb       cait, you wanted me to be in the "history", I found a way to make it! ;) well, hopefully ;)
09:18 francharb       and since I want to do more translation, I want also to be able to do patches to correct these glitches
09:18 francharb       i guess it's not that hard
09:18 francharb       would you be able to show how fix a template when you have a word/words that are not in the po file?
09:17 wahanui         yep.
09:17 rangi           slef: about?
09:17 cait            yep?
09:17 francharb       but, what I wanted to ask you is
09:17 francharb       It's going to be great
09:17 francharb       :)
09:17 francharb       yep!
09:16 cait            but still, big biblibre group :)
09:16 francharb       nope
09:16 cait            no gaetan?
09:16 cait            oh nice
09:16 francharb       cait, I think, Paul Claire, Sophie, Adrien and Alex are coming too...
09:15 cait            have you figured out who else froom biblibre?
09:15 rangi           After kohacon ill have extended to redis as well as memcached and file::cache
09:15 cait            yay!
09:15 francharb       yep
09:15 francharb       :)
09:15 cait            you too?
09:15 cait            nothing could keep me away
09:15 francharb       cool
09:15 cait            yep :)
09:15 francharb       cait, will you be at the kohacon?
09:14 rangi           That one
09:14 francharb       hehe
09:14 rangi           Yeah hard to find on my phone
09:14 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=7387 enhancement, P1 - high, ---, chris, ASSIGNED , Add Template::Toolkit plugin to allow caching of includes
09:14 cait            bug 7387 ?
09:14 cait            jared talked aobu tit
09:14 huginn          rangi: 04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=1817 enhancement, P3, ---, gmcharlt, NEW , pagination links disrupt display on large result sets
09:13 huginn          rangi: 04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=917 enhancement, P2, ---, paul.poulain, NEW , plugins for coded fields in unimarc authorities
09:13 huginn          rangi: 04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=737 enhancement, P2, ---, mjr, NEW , Map of library in search system
09:13 huginn          rangi: 04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=1218 enhancement, P2, ---, gmcharlt, NEW , New plugin for MARC21 replacement cost
09:13 huginn          rangi: 04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=900 enhancement, P2, ---, gmcharlt, NEW , Unimarc Authorities
09:13 rangi           @query plugin
09:13 cait            I think it is somewhere
09:13 rangi           Hmm
09:13 fredericd       rangi: is there a bug number for that patch?
09:12 rangi           Just have language code as part of key
09:11 cait            :)
09:11 rangi           That would make serving them fast
09:11 rangi           U could cache translated templates
09:10 rangi           With my caching rendered html plugin
09:10 rangi           :)
09:10 cait            plus everything else
09:10 cait            perhaps a communication problem too
09:09 rangi           That's the trick
09:07 rangi           Still needs to be translated.  And so need to give ppl time to do so
09:07 cait            it would also allow prioritizing gui before help files
09:07 cait            I filed a bug suggesting that
09:07 druthb          fredericd: I agree--it would be useful to kick the help text out of the main .po; it just bloats the file horribly, and there's likely a better way.
09:06 fredericd       Two different issues: 1) a release error, 2) a design error (help text in template .po files)
09:05 rangi           On 15 May
09:05 rangi           String freeze for 3.8.1
09:05 rangi           I should email the list
09:05 rangi           Speaking of which
09:05 cait            I guess the reasoning was missing documentation for new features... but it's just not fair for every other language than enlgish
09:04 rangi           Just like other patches do
09:03 rangi           If u miss the freeze, u wait for next release
09:03 druthb          indeed.
09:03 rangi           That's my point
09:03 rangi           And they shouldn't be after the freeze
09:02 rangi           Still need to give translators time to do it
09:02 * druthb        concurs, especially if they're not going to be updated until after string freeze.
09:00 fredericd       help files should be outside. Translating the software is one thing, translating help is another one
08:56 rangi           (help files)
08:56 * cait          growls
08:55 rangi           Like in 3.8.0 how a ton of strings pushed after freeze
08:55 cait            until too late
08:55 cait            I think the problem there was that it was missed
08:55 rangi           Yeah I think translation manager should be able to veto things that break translations
08:54 rangi           That needs to be fixed
08:53 rangi           You can't select en_nz
08:53 rangi           The news selector is broken for dialects
08:53 cait            breaking translations like this :(
08:53 cait            they should have never gone in... in the first place.
08:53 druthb          that's my thinking, cait.    I'm hoping to test an approach to that in the next day or two...will take a little longer to fancy up the tool to edit, but if I can get the code working...
08:52 cait            there are also the xml cataloging plugins which are untranslatable now :( and the xml chosen is a bit weird making it hard to be parsed
08:52 cait            opaccredits, opacmain, the header one, the one on the no results page... and so on
08:51 cait            druthb: that would solve the problem of switching languages - we have a whole bunch of those and we add more and more - but not working well for multiple languages
08:51 cait            and adding a default language system preference
08:50 rangi           Poedit will tell u what's wrong with the .po file
08:50 cait            into something like the news editor would be nice
08:50 cait            I think moving the opac system preferneces
08:50 cait            :)
08:50 druthb          The locals here are trying to ramp up projects *now*, so I'm working in the existing framework--hopefully, we have time for a better one soon, but these folks are hot to trot to get Koha busy displacing SirsiDynix in the middle-east.
08:48 cait            and i worry that persistency will not make it fast enough - like rangi said
08:48 cait            we have lots of different components and things playing together
08:47 cait            we have tt
08:47 cait            we have xml
08:47 cait            we have lots of javascript
08:47 cait            it's too complicated for that
08:47 cait            I am not sure on the fly translation will solve all our problems
08:47 fredericd       It's a team of Syrian, Algerian, Tunisian people,
08:46 fredericd       y
08:46 druthb          please.  The folks I'm working with here will probably want to talk to them....could you email?
08:45 fredericd       druthb: Do you want the name and email address of the person responsible of Arabic translation?
08:45 magnuse         yay
08:45 * druthb        is feeling smug.  The office boy here--who speaks no English at all--came in, carrying a tiny cup of turkish coffee for my counterpart.  He looked at me, and pointed at the cup with a questioning look...and I said, "shy"...and he brought me tea, sugared just right for me.
08:44 rangi           That's still slower
08:44 fredericd       yes
08:44 rangi           There is always speed issues, just less
08:44 fredericd       the whole translation file is loaded in memory, and getting translation is just a lookup in hash
08:44 rangi           Yes there is
08:43 fredericd       rangi: no speed issue with persistency
08:43 druthb          !
08:43 fredericd       cait: But with an improved framework, we could avoid having non-sense strings to translate, and much less strings, and constructed strings, no pieces of strings
08:43 rangi           Also it needs to be very fast
08:42 cait            it took ages to get translations where I don't fall over a typo or weird term on every page
08:42 cait            and then oyu have something that is not consistent
08:42 cait            it takes weeks
08:42 cait            well we should try
08:42 fredericd       cait: almost impossible...
08:41 cait            I mean transfer existing work to the new framework
08:41 cait            and we have to find a way to keep existing translations
08:41 druthb          by the by, fredericd...the current ar-Arab .po files simply do not apply...the  translate script can't make it fly.  That load server is running 3.6.x...I don't know who has messed up the .po for that, but it is a serious mess.  (also, my Arabic friends tell me, the quality of the translation of strings is pretty poor.
08:41 fredericd       He manages a large web application with its framework
08:41 fredericd       You could get in touch directly with him
08:40 fredericd       druthb: The translation framework I would favor is done by a German: https://metacpan.org/author/GUIDO
08:39 rangi           So have 6 months to fix
08:39 druthb          Yah, it's almost gonna have to be a red-letter-day switch.  There are about 450 templates in the staff, about 50 in OPAC.
08:39 rangi           Yep it would have to be done in one go, and right at the start of a cycle
08:39 fredericd       maybe a MEGA hackfest!
08:38 cait            oh fun
08:38 cait            h fun
08:38 fredericd       I don't see how it could be done incrementaly
08:38 druthb          That'd be a bit of a chore.
08:38 fredericd       For me, the difficulty is that if we switch to a coherent translation framework, whichever it is, we will have to mark string to be translated in ALL existing templates
08:38 * druthb        nods.  As I've not worked with either before, I'm unqualified to have an opinion.
08:37 rangi           Also fredericd is right about using the appropriate modules
08:37 druthb          New directory==new complexity==bad.  But the patch *works* as it is, so his first swing at it is sound.  Now to make it "fit" better.
08:36 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=8044 enhancement, P5 - low, ---, julian.maurice, Signed Off , Localization for Perl scripts and modules
08:36 druthb          fredericd: I agree with part of your latest on bug 8044--that needs to be in the existing translation framework.
08:36 fredericd       and it allow translation on-the-fly, without generating files, again and again
08:36 druthb          My strategy is :  1) nothing at all that would be a fork..everything comes to the community.  2) minimal change for other devs  3) reduce the problem down to string translation with pootle, everywhere possible.
08:36 fredericd       much more reliable than parsing (as done currently for templates)
08:36 fredericd       druthb: I also agree that placeholder is the solution generally used in any software I've seen
08:35 druthb          yes.
08:35 cait            similar to how javascript works?
08:35 druthb          cait:  I'm thinking of using placeholders around the strings-to-translate....then only C4::Installer::load_sql needs to be fixed to cope.
08:34 cait            druthb: you would need a query parser for sql... not sure that is doable because it's hard to tell what is a string and what not
08:34 druthb          fredericd: That works, if you only want one language...the way I did it on that test opac works, but is non-optimal.  I want it where, if you're in English, you see English, if arabic, you see arabic.
08:34 fredericd       druthb++ for translating SQL files on the fly from .po files...
08:33 cait            [off] https://hfjs.bsz-bw.de/cgi-bin/koha/opac-detail.pl?biblionumber=30613
08:33 fredericd       For OPACMainUserBlock, isn't CSS class="rtl" enough?
08:33 druthb          we're also investigating a better way to deal with installer/data/mysql/<lang> than what we are doing now.  That's not sustainable, IMO; I'd like to move it --somehow-- into the existing translation framework.
08:33 cait            [off] https://hfjs.bsz-bw.de/cgi-bin/koha/opac-search.pl?q=dvd
08:33 cait            [off]
08:32 cait            fredericd: we have a solution for 880 fields in marc21
08:32 druthb          It's been a while since I looked at it, cait.
08:32 fredericd       I'm not sure it's MARC21 transposable since it uses a UNIMARC $7 subfield containing explicitely the writing code
08:32 cait            druthb: but you have seen the 880 with hebrew in marc21, right?
08:31 druthb          One of the things I want to address on this trip is having some mechanism for OPACMainUserBlock and other html blocks be switchable in value, based on the current language setting.  Very useful for multilinguals.
08:30 druthb          No, I haven't.  I'll be sure to, as that may be needed for MARC21, which is commonly in use in Jordan.
08:30 fredericd       it helps for multi-lingual catalogs
08:30 druthb          You can take a look at the opac at http://L17.load.bywatersolutions.com
08:29 fredericd       druthb: Have you seen how UNIMARC XSL support Arabic/Hebrew writing?
08:28 francharb       ++
08:28 druthb          thanks, fredericd.  I'm kind of improvising, as I only speak/read English. But the folks I am working with like what I'm doing so far.
08:28 cait            druthb++ yep
08:28 cait            hi fredericd :)
08:27 fredericd       for working on RTL languages
08:27 fredericd       druthb++
08:25 dgl-library     Hi #koha!
07:45 Oak             ah. got it.
07:45 druthb          It's 03:45 for chris_n, Oak...probably not around yet.
07:44 Oak             chris_n, are you free?
07:43 Oak             hmm. well next time i should do *that* then.
07:43 cait            I think chris_n might be able to help you with the font size - not sure who else
07:43 cait            Oak: same here - buying premade barcode labels mostly
07:42 francharb       If they dont, they use the label creator
07:41 Oak             that would be easier
07:41 Oak             ah
07:41 francharb       Libraries I'm working with usually buy them on stickers
07:40 Oak             hmm okay. so how do you guys print barcodes?
07:40 francharb       Oak, I wish I could help you but I just don't know... :(
07:40 druthb          I've not worked with the labels much, Oak; I know there are some problems with some fonts.
07:40 Oak             help me then.
07:40 Oak             cool.
07:40 cait            on vacation
07:40 cait            no not today
07:40 cait            :)
07:39 Oak             cait time for you to leave?
07:38 Oak             the "Font" and "Font Size" option here << Home › Tools › Labels Home › Manage Label Layouts › Edit Label Layout  >> has no effect when I change them.
07:38 Oak             i am printing the just the barcode... the barcode lines, and the barcode number under the lines. the font of the numbers is too thin and smallish compared to the labels. how can I increase the font size of the barcode number?
07:36 Oak             o dear people my question not worth an answer huh?
07:36 druthb          I'm working on right-to-left layout translation right now.
07:33 francharb       sounds cool!
07:32 cait            hi all :)
07:32 druthb          hi, cait!
07:32 druthb          francharb:  yes, I'm workin'.  We're working with an organization here to improve Koha for Arabic and other right-to-left languages.  (and other facets of translation.)
07:29 Oak             software... i mean
07:29 Oak             should I use the built-in label creator in Koha for printing barcodes, or is there a better option?
07:26 francharb       :)
07:26 francharb       anyway, must be great
07:26 francharb       I thought you were visiting
07:26 francharb       oh but you are working
07:21 druthb          I'll be here until the 18th of May.
07:21 druthb          a man just came thorough the office where I am working...my counterpart here said he was taking up collections for an orphanage, after he left..  I said I would be happy to contribute, so they called him back, and Ihab translated for me, and I gave him 20 dinars.    Good Karma Is Cheap.
07:20 francharb       how long do you stay there?
07:20 francharb       lucky you
07:17 * druthb        is in Amman, Jordan.
07:17 francharb       druthb, where were you going to?
07:14 druthb          I got the closest I have ever been to Marseille over the weekend.  The inflight map showed us flying just south of there, at 10 km altitude.
07:12 francharb       :)
07:12 francharb       morning druthb !
07:11 druthb          bonjour, francharb. :)
07:05 mib_sgz3hw      to all who have helped me thanks so so much . nice time
06:54 druthb          mib_sgz3hw: That's in system preferences, in the administration menu.  Search the system preferences for BiblioAddsAuthorities.
06:54 Judit           i show you one
06:51 mib_sgz3hw      i have checked the FAQs and it is stated that , i can correct that by going to BiblioAddsAuthorities set to ‘allow’. where it is set to 'dont allow' but i dont know where to get this
06:51 Judit           y
06:51 Judit           oka
06:50 mib_sgz3hw      anyone aware of how to unlock the locked fields in koha
06:38 mib_teg4gk      thanks for the information
06:37 mib_we34nn      let me check on it thanks sofar
06:37 mib_teg4gk      ok
06:37 magnuse         Judit++
06:37 Judit           http://blip.tv/bywater-solutions-tv/editing-frameworks-in-koha-3-4-5346390
06:37 Judit           have a look at this maybe
06:37 mib_we34nn      ok,
06:37 magnuse         then find the field you want to change
06:37 mib_we34nn      ok,
06:36 magnuse         mib_teg4gk: when you see the list of frameworks you need to click on "MARC structure"
06:36 mib_we34nn      the issue is that, MAIN ENTRY--PERSONAL NAME has several locked fields an i dont seem to get where to unlock them. pliz help
06:35 mib_teg4gk      please help me to know to set system preferences
06:32 mib_we34nn      i have gone as far as Home › Administration › MARC Frameworks › Books, Booklets, Workbooks (BKS)  but i cant trace BiblioAddsAuthorities  to allow the locked fields. where should i go?
06:29 mib_we34nn      let me check
06:29 magnuse         mib_we34nn: have you seen the FAQ "Is there a way to not use authorities?" here: http://koha-community.org/documentation/faq/ ?
06:28 magnuse         yay!
06:28 bag             love it
06:28 druthb          There *will* be a long-ish article about it on the blog, probably in 12 hours or so, with pics, and *why* I'm rapidly falling in love with this place.
06:27 magnuse         hehe
06:27 bag             convinced
06:27 druthb          imma trying to convince bag that we need a satellite office in Amman.  It's an easy place to like, for lots of reasons.
06:26 mib_we34nn      anyone aware of how to unlock locked field in koha?
06:26 magnuse         hehe
06:26 bag             Noice
06:26 wahanui         you are thinking she likes Amman.  A lot.
06:26 druthb          wahanui: druthb?
06:26 druthb          :P
06:25 magnuse         36 is hot-ish, yes... :-)
06:25 Amit_Gupta      I LIKE CRICKET
06:25 bag             druthb never snaps - she's too buddist for that ;)
06:25 druthb          hi, Amit_Gupta! :)
06:25 wahanui         I LIKE BASEBALL
06:25 bag             bag?
06:25 druthb          It's supposed to get up to 36C here this afternoon...22C tonight.
06:25 wahanui         i think brendan is with his family
06:25 bag             brendan?
06:25 Amit_Gupta      heya druhtb
06:25 druthb          meanie!
06:24 bag             heh
06:24 wahanui         bag: I forgot druthb
06:24 bag             forget druthb
06:24 bag             oh noes
06:24 druthb          It's still spring, bag...midsummer will be killer, I hear, but it's not too bad this time of year.
06:24 wahanui         She finally snapped, like we all knew she would.
06:24 bag             druthb?
06:24 bag             ;)
06:24 bag             wicked hot
06:23 magnuse         druthb: i suspected it might get hotter, yes
06:22 druthb          It was quite cold last night.
06:22 bag             magnuse: it's probably still early there
06:22 druthb          It's only 9 AM, magnuse.  It'll be a good bit warmer this afternoon.
06:22 magnuse         wow, the temp in amman was more pleasant than i would have thougt!
06:22 huginn          bag: The current temperature in K6LCM-Westside/Mesa, Santa Barbara, California is 13.9°C (11:21 PM PDT on May 07, 2012). Conditions: Clear. Humidity: 98%. Dew Point: 14.0°C. Pressure: 29.91 in 1013 hPa (Rising).
06:22 bag             @wunder 93109
06:21 bag             Amit_Gupta: that's wicked hot
06:21 bag             maybe it's only 11:21pm here
06:21 huginn          Amit_Gupta: The current temperature in Dehradun, India is 34.0°C (11:30 AM IST on May 08, 2012). Conditions: Haze. Humidity: 28%. Dew Point: 18.0°C. Pressure: 29.62 in 1003 hPa.
06:21 Amit_Gupta      @wunder Dehradun
06:21 huginn          Amit_Gupta: The current temperature in New Delhi, India is 35.0°C (11:30 AM IST on May 08, 2012). Conditions: Scattered Clouds. Humidity: 30%. Dew Point: 15.0°C. Pressure: 29.71 in 1006 hPa (Falling).
06:21 Amit_Gupta      @wunder New Delhi
06:21 mib_we34nn      how do you unlock the locked fields in biblio framework?
06:21 huginn          Amit_Gupta: The current temperature in Bangalore, India is 25.0°C (8:30 AM IST on May 08, 2012). Conditions: Scattered Clouds. Humidity: 73%. Dew Point: 21.0°C.
06:21 magnuse         bag: shouldnt you be sleeping now?
06:21 Amit_Gupta      @wunder Bangalore
06:21 wahanui         DeM KraZy NutZ!!
06:21 bag             mtj?
06:21 Amit_Gupta      heya magnuse
06:21 magnuse         yay for pizza!
06:20 bag             pizza sounds better than 10000 bugs
06:20 druthb          heh
06:20 wahanui         i guess Oak is Arslan. I am a student doing masters in Library Science (2nd semester). I am a web developer and work in Joomla. or good
06:20 druthb          wahanui: Oak?
06:20 huginn          magnuse: The current temperature in Amman Airport, Jordan is 15.0°C (9:00 AM EEST on May 08, 2012). Conditions: Haze. Humidity: 13%. Dew Point: -6.0°C. Pressure: 29.82 in 1010 hPa (Rising).
06:20 magnuse         @wunder amman
06:20 magnuse         hehe
06:20 wahanui         it has been said that magnuse is afraid that we added another 10000 bugs while he was eating pizza.
06:20 bag             heya magnuse
06:20 magnuse         hiya druthb Oak Amit_Gupta bag
06:20 bag             heya Amit_Gupta
06:19 Amit_Gupta      heya bag
06:19 Oak             kia ora druthb
06:19 Oak             :)
06:19 druthb          Kia ora, magnuse and Oak!
06:18 Oak             magnuse
06:17 huginn          magnuse: The current temperature in Bodo, Norway is 5.0°C (7:50 AM CEST on May 08, 2012). Conditions: Scattered Clouds. Humidity: 70%. Dew Point: 0.0°C. Windchill: 0.0°C. Pressure: 29.86 in 1011 hPa (Steady).
06:17 magnuse         @wunder boo
06:17 mib_we34nn      thanks so much my logout is working well
06:17 magnuse         stupid ubuntu 12.04 messing with my keyboard...
06:16 magnuse         wunder boo
06:15 magnuse         kia ora #koha!
05:58 Oak             Ahoy me hearties
05:54 huginn          04Bug 6970: major, PATCH-Sent (DO NOT USE), ---, oleonard, RESOLVED FIXED, logout not redirecting to login page
05:54 Judit           and this might be the answer dor your logout problem: http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=6970
05:52 Judit           choose a framework you want to modify and click on edit
05:52 Judit           Create and manage Bibliographic frameworks that define the characteristics of your MARC Records (field and subfield definitions) as well as templates for the MARC editor.
05:52 Judit           https://demo-admin.calyx.net.au/cgi-bin/koha/admin/biblio_framework.pl
05:47 mib_we34nn      anyone aware of how to unlock some biblio fields that are locked?
05:37 druthb          o/
05:36 mib_we34nn      where can i change BiblioAddsAuthorities because some fields seem to be locked.
05:28 mib_we34nn      when i try to logout from my koha intranet its just disappearing and not loging me out. am forced to go to opac and then do the logging out  from there. how can i fix this?
05:28 mtj             nope, fix your spreadsheet - then reimport
05:26 wahanui         somebody said hi guys, was there a way to search for and delete duplicate entries in koha?  I got a spreadsheet from our librarian which I converted to marc file and imported to koha. however (despite bigbrovar's warning) some of the files in the spreadsheet she gave me were duplicates of entries already in koha.
05:26 mib_we34nn      hi guys,
05:13 bag             hey mtj
05:13 mtj             heya space
05:08 Space_Librarian ciao all! :)
05:06 huginn          mtj: 04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=7589 major, P5 - low, ---, robin, Needs Signoff , tinymce editor broken in .deb packages - in 'en' templates
05:05 mtj             @bug 7589
05:05 mtj             eythian:  fyi i fixed the borked tiny_mce symlink in the .deb/rules file
04:39 bag             I can be better
04:38 druthb          :P  You've been saying that for more than a year now.
04:38 bag             well thanks druthb I love hearing it…  But don't deserve it yet - give me a chance
04:37 druthb          I say that alla time, silly man.
04:37 bag             you are only saying that cause you got to go to Jordan and spread Koha love ;)
04:37 druthb          yo, bag. :)  Best Boss EVAR!
04:36 bag             hi druthb
04:31 druthb          o/
01:26 libsysguy       that is what I thought
01:26 libsysguy       ok cool
01:25 rangi           wait for 3.8.1, and switch to the 3.8.x branch, then cherry-pick your custom code
01:24 libsysguy       what would be the best way to transition off master and onto stable with a TINY bit of custom code for ldap
01:24 mtj             appears to save an edited value, but defaults to an autogen-ed value instead?
01:23 chris_n         I'll open a bug then, thanks
01:23 mtj             chris_n:  looks glitchy to me, on master
01:13 chris_n         can anyone confirm that that tag editor does not work for 005?
00:49 mtj             got there in the end... ;)
00:46 mtj             without the --mirror arg, it keep defaulting to backports.deb.org ,  for me :/
00:44 mtj             ok, so i found the pbuilder problem :) - looks like it wanted an explicit  '--mirror' arg
00:38 mtj             jcamins:  i dont think i have a fakeroot to delete? :)
00:27 jcamins         mtj: delete your fakeroot and redo pbuilder --create
00:26 mtj             ... and run 'apt-get update' - yet pbuilder still wants to use  backports.deb.org ?
00:25 mtj             ive removed all my backport line from  sources.list
00:25 mtj             hmm, weird my sources.list looks correct
00:24 wahanui         somebody said Space_Librarian was a Koha poet or the sweetest lil lady you'll ever know
00:24 mtj             heya Space_Librarian
00:23 mtj             i need a 'deb-src' line in /etc/apt/sources.list ?
00:23 Space_Librarian ola all.
00:23 mtj             rangi: hmm, could you paste an example , just in case?
00:22 mtj             weird - pbuilder still hits backports.deb.org  - after removing that line ?!
00:22 rangi           do you ahve a line for the actual debian repo too?
00:22 rangi           yeah, so its using that
00:21 mtj             deb http://backports.debian.org/debian-backports squeeze-backports main contrib non-free
00:20 mtj             yep, i have a backports line in /etc/apt/sources.list
00:18 rangi           yes probably because in you /etc/apt/sources.list you have backports or something defined
00:18 rangi           you want the actual debian repository
00:18 mtj             so its hitting backports.deb.org anyway?
00:18 rangi           you dont want backporst
00:17 rangi           backports
00:17 mtj             .
00:17 rangi           yes
00:17 mtj             E: Failed getting release file http://backports.debian.org/debian-backports/dists/squeeze/Release
00:17 mtj             I: Retrieving Release
00:17 mtj             I: running debootstrap
00:17 mtj             gives an error...
00:16 mtj             bash -x  pbuilder create --distribution squeeze    --othermirror 'deb http://debian.koha-community.org/koha squeeze main'
00:16 mtj             running this...
00:16 mtj             ok, so heres why i got confused before...
00:14 rangi           you prolly want ftp.nz.debian.org/something/
00:14 mtj             oops :)
00:14 rangi           because thats only for backports
00:13 rangi           which is unsuprising
00:13 rangi           yes ... at backports
00:13 mtj             ie: theres no 'squeeze' dist,  only 'squeeze-backports' available
00:13 rangi           yes, but why are you even looking at backports?
00:13 mtj             'backports' coz its the only dist available here -> http://backports.debian.org/debian-backports/dists/
00:12 rangi           ive never needed backports
00:12 rangi           why backports?
00:12 mtj             theres a catch tho - it pbuilder fails with both --distribution squeeze-backports and --distribution squeeze :/
00:10 mtj             yep, gotcha
00:08 rangi           id do, unless you really want to build packages for sid
00:08 rangi           --distribution squeeze
00:07 rangi           not sure why you even want backports anyway
00:07 mtj             http://backports.debian.org/debian-backports/dists/
00:07 rangi           you probably have that in your apt/sources.list or something
00:07 mtj             only squeeze/stable
00:07 rangi           yes
00:07 mtj             aah, the url is borked :/ ->  http://backports.debian.org/debian-backports/dists/sid/Release
00:06 rangi           you havent told it the distro, its trying to do sid and pulling from backports
00:05 mtj             hmm, looks to be a debootstrap problem or bug...
00:05 chris_n         QOTD help files done
00:05 jcamins         mtj: I've been having issues connecting all weekend.