Time  Nick            Message
21:38 Kosovarja       hello
19:31 rsantellan      because I think I'm missing it!
19:30 rsantellan      how it is generated?
19:30 rsantellan      Hi, I have a question about Local-number
17:52 CrispyBran      Anyone here familiar with using child records for a bib?
16:46 CrispyBran      I'd like to create a child bib with no items that is used to show a title that is on a parent bib for a Kindle.  In the child bib I'd like to put something in the record to show that it is an ebook on the parent bib record and link back to the parent.  Any ideas?
16:38 NotSoCrispyBran sup room
16:26 oleonard        Bye #koha
16:15 rsantellan      one little question is possible to use multiple koha instances on kohadevbox?
16:02 reiveune        bye
15:05 rsantellan      I'm trying to use git-bz to apply a patch. But I'm having troubles because I'm behind a proxy, is there a way to configure the proxy to it?
14:46 rsantellan      gmcharlt: thanks !
14:39 eythian         but I haven't tried too hard.
14:39 eythian         I need to get it more ansibled, but it doesn't seem like the sort of thing that lends itself to that too well, what with its interactive questions.
14:39 eythian         interesting. I haven't had it try to do that.
14:38 gmcharlt        eythian: yeah, I noticed it was being pretty funky for me for some reason - I had to repeatedly run certbot-auto renew; it seemed like it wanted to start a fresh instance of its helper server each for each cert it was renewing, which of course stomped over the previosu one
14:34 eythian         I need to get automated cert updates on my servers too, problem is it won't shut down apache to do the update. Need to configure it in webroot mode.
14:31 huginn          gmcharlt: The operation succeeded.
14:31 gmcharlt        @later tell rangi I've got a copy of the latest and greates certbot in /root/sbin on bugs.k-c.org; I've also installed etckeeper
14:31 oleonard        Thanks!
14:31 oleonard        gmcharlt++
14:30 gmcharlt        oleonard: rsantellan: I've got the certs renewed
14:18 huginn          eythian: The current temperature in Schiphol, Badhoevedorp, Netherlands is 14.3°C (4:14 PM CEST on October 07, 2016). Conditions: Overcast. Humidity: 74%. Dew Point: 9.0°C. Pressure: 30.18 in 1022 hPa (Falling).
14:18 eythian         @wunder ams
14:07 gmcharlt        oleonard: I believe so; one moment
14:01 oleonard        gmcharlt: Is that something you can help with?
13:58 rsantellan      good morning! the bugzilla lets encrypt certificate has expired, I supposed that the cron is not working properly or an error has occur getting the new one
13:54 oleonard        eythian: Please hand me a bucket of u's while you're at it.
13:52 eythian         you can take your zs and go sit in the corner.
13:51 eythian         no, take it as evidence that proper spelling is winning out.
13:51 oleonard        eythian: What, edit all the templates with the correct spelling?
13:49 eythian         oleonard: I can do that right now if you like.
13:42 oleonard        rangi will take this as evidence that he has won.
13:41 gmcharlt        took me an embarrassingly long time to figure out why it wasn't working
13:41 gmcharlt        oleonard: and once I found myself editing ~/.ssh/authorised_values
13:00 oleonard        I don't even know how to spell "authoriszed" anymore. Thanks #koha.
12:43 magnuse         have fun #koha - see some of y'all on monday!
12:43 magnuse         :-)
12:43 * oleonard      packs one shoe on magnuse's advice
12:36 magnuse         oleonard: pro tip: you don't have to wear different shoes every day, at least
12:10 oleonard        Hmm....
12:10 magnuse         is that a requirement?
12:08 oleonard        I'd bring more stuff to share if I didn't have to wear different clothes every day.
12:07 * magnuse       bought some chocolate last night
12:07 magnuse         ooh, good planning
12:07 oleonard        But I've done lots and lots of laundry, and bought some candy.
12:06 magnuse         hehe, me too
12:06 oleonard        I've almost started!
12:06 magnuse         finished packing?
12:06 magnuse         hiya oleonard
12:00 oleonard        Hi all
11:28 ttt             where would it have been taking this date
11:28 ttt             though we have give due data after 10 days system calculates it for 15 days
10:30 alex_a_         je vais manger
09:48 huginn          alex_a: tcohen was last seen in #koha 20 hours, 48 minutes, and 15 seconds ago: <tcohen> bonjour!
09:48 alex_a          @seen tcohen
09:47 alex_a          !seen tcohen
09:12 mveron          Hmm, I can no longer attach patches due to the expired certificate for bugs.koha-community.org
08:41 wahanui         bonjour, eythian
08:41 eythian         hi
08:32 magnuse         rangi admins the bugs server, i think?
08:31 magnuse         oops
08:17 gaetan_B        hmm it seems the certificate for bugs.koha-community.org expired 6 hours ago
07:44 wahanui         privet, gaetan_B
07:44 gaetan_B        hello
07:23 magnuse         trello refuses to let me see https://trello.com/b/mMM8OV7N/koha-hackfest-2016-hfk16 who can add me?
07:05 alex_a          salut magnuse
07:03 magnuse         bonojur alex_a
06:53 wahanui         hey, alex_a
06:53 alex_a          bonjour
06:52 reiveune        salut magnuse
06:52 magnuse         bonjour reiveune
06:52 reiveune        hello
06:44 huginn          magnuse: The current temperature in Lotissement le Pitalugue, Vitrolles, France is 10.8°C (8:42 AM CEST on October 07, 2016). Conditions: Clear. Humidity: 87%. Dew Point: 9.0°C. Pressure: 29.92 in 1013 hPa (Steady).
06:44 huginn          magnuse: The current temperature in Bodo, Norway is 6.0°C (8:20 AM CEST on October 07, 2016). Conditions: Partly Cloudy. Humidity: 87%. Dew Point: 4.0°C. Windchill: 2.0°C. Pressure: 30.71 in 1040 hPa (Steady).
06:44 magnuse         @wunder marseille
06:44 magnuse         @wunder boo
06:44 huginn          magnuse: The operation succeeded.
06:44 magnuse         @later tell dcook thanks, i have passed that on to the library
06:44 * mveron        waves back
06:23 * magnuse       waves
05:57 mveron          :-)
05:57 huginn          mveron: The current temperature in Godshorner Street, Langenhagen, Germany is 11.1°C (7:55 AM CEST on October 07, 2016). Conditions: Light Drizzle. Humidity: 85%. Dew Point: 9.0°C. Pressure: 30.15 in 1021 hPa (Steady).
05:57 mveron          @wunder Langenhagen
05:56 mveron          Same here :-)
05:56 rkrimme1        well, lets just say its early and cold here
05:56 rkrimme1        2:D
05:56 huginn          mveron: Error: HTTP Error 404: Not Found
05:56 mveron          @wunder Hannover-Langenhagen
05:54 dcook           Ok, seriously, actually going now :p
05:54 dcook           O_o
05:54 huginn          dcook: Error: No such location could be found.
05:54 dcook           @wunder hanover, germany
05:54 dcook           :o
05:54 huginn          dcook: Error: No such location could be found.
05:53 dcook           @wunder hanover
05:53 dcook           one n in ENglish I think
05:53 rkrimme1        :/
05:53 huginn          rkrimme1: Error: No such location could be found.
05:53 rkrimme1        @wunder Hannover
05:53 dcook           Have a good one everyone :)
05:53 huginn          mveron: The current temperature in Holderweg, Binningen, Switzerland is 8.4°C (7:51 AM CEST on October 07, 2016). Conditions: Overcast. Humidity: 77%. Dew Point: 5.0°C. Windchill: 8.0°C. Pressure: 30.01 in 1016 hPa (Steady).
05:53 dcook           But beer time
05:53 mveron          @wunder Allschwil
05:52 dcook           There we go
05:52 dcook           :o
05:52 huginn          dcook: The current temperature in Sydney, New South Wales is 30.0°C (4:30 PM AEDT on October 07, 2016). Conditions: Clear. Humidity: 14%. Dew Point: 0.0°C. Pressure: 29.95 in 1014 hPa (Steady).
05:52 dcook           @wunder syd
05:52 dcook           It's also... 31 degrees here?
05:52 dcook           Hurray for different timezones
05:52 dcook           hehe
05:52 dcook           Can't quite remember. drojf would know..
05:52 dcook           I seem to recall Koha implemented letsencrypt before there were automatic renewals?
05:52 rkrimme1        i just got up oO
05:52 dcook           I think maybe that software is newer?
05:52 rkrimme1        which does it automatically
05:52 dcook           In any case, it's Friday afternoon and nearly beer o'clock
05:51 rkrimme1        it seems they don't run the letsencrypt software
05:51 dcook           Not sure why I added the question mark :p
05:51 rkrimme1        yes
05:51 dcook           I assume whoever runs that server needs to get an updated cert?
05:51 dcook           Yeah
05:51 rkrimme1        letsencrypt :)
05:51 wahanui         well, gmcharlt is gone - he could restart
05:51 dcook           Or gmcharlt?
05:51 dcook           Is that bag or rangi?
05:51 dcook           Who runs that again?
05:51 dcook           Oh my.
05:50 wahanui             0.000708616780045351
05:50 rkrimme1        10/07/2016
05:50 * dcook         waves
05:50 rkrimme1        yeah, expired today
05:49 mveron          https://bugs.koha-community.org/   - Firefox says "Certificate expired": SEC_ERROR_EXPIRED_CERTIFICATE
05:48 mveron          Good morning / daytime #koha
05:48 mveron          Good morning / daytime #koha
04:39 dcook           System must be busy..
04:39 dcook           Hmm, it's actually getting slower... now 1000 records in 22 seconds...
04:37 dcook           Hmm only 2000 records in 22 seconds this time...
03:46 dcook           7000 records took 22 seconds
03:46 dcook           Maybe not quite as fast as I said
03:43 dcook           20000
03:42 dcook           14000...
03:42 dcook           It's been seconds and I've already downloaded about 7000 records
03:41 dcook           Hot damn... that is really fast
03:00 dcook           I actually went to school with someone whose ex-husband worked there... small world...
03:00 dcook           Which I actually figured out thanks to an article about Ruby https://www.viget.com/articles/parsing-big-xml-files-with-nokogiri
03:00 dcook           Actually, I think XML::LibXML::Reader is exactly what I want...
02:18 dcook           It's in Jessie: https://packages.debian.org/jessie/libxml-twig-perl
02:18 dcook           Maybe it would be better just to use XML::Twig..
02:15 dcook           Now to figure out how to actually use it...
02:08 dcook           stream-based parsers are cooool
02:08 dcook           Makes all the difference to actually send data... ahhhh
02:07 dcook           Woohoo..
02:07 dcook           But then you move away from that bit of code to something else..
02:07 dcook           TFW you're processing an empty stream and you don't know why... then you realize you're not sending anything through the stream...
01:11 dcook           Love the documentation here: http://search.cpan.org/~shlomif/XML-LibXML-2.0128/lib/XML/LibXML/SAX.pod
00:50 dcook           my $parser = XML::LibXML->new();
00:44 dcook           I think we just use  XML::LibXML::Parser now?
00:43 dcook           Yeah, I seem to recall something about that from a while ago
00:42 wizzyrea        we used to use sax parser
00:20 dcook           Don't see that used anywhere either
00:20 dcook           It recommends XML::LibXML::SAX::Parser but..
00:18 dcook           Yeah I thought he was a Wellington Catalyst IT person
00:12 dcook           Grant McLean... I know that name..
00:11 dcook           Oh well, I can probably make use of it..
00:10 dcook           But that's about it
00:10 dcook           I see it for sax_parser_test.pl and sax_parser_print.pl...
00:09 dcook           I wonder if we even actually use that in Koha
00:09 dcook           Hmm...