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06:01 pinesol News from qatests: Testing Success <http://testing.evergreen-ils.org/~live>
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09:51 Dyrcona Evergreen, why do you do this: open-ils.actor.org_unit.closed_date.overlap and open-ils.storage.actor.org‚Äč_unit.closed_date.overlap?
10:39 Dyrcona Another fun thing, the storage call above has two API levels: 0 and 1. The Level 0 call is never used unless you explicitly ask for it when setting up the OpenSRF session.
10:40 Dyrcona And another: I can't seem to specify an API level from SRFSH.
10:46 rhamby Jboyer: I don't think I'm hooked up to the band bot but "Blame the Semicolon" seems like a good band name
10:47 JBoyer rhamby++
11:07 Dyrcona "Dumb Waiters," a song by The Psychedelic Furs would be a good name for a band. (I guess you know what I'm listening to right now.)
11:14 Dyrcona I guess I'll share with you all that it is snowing here.
11:15 mmorgan Here too. Looks like 2" and still coming.
11:16 rhamby we have a lot of wind and it's a bit cool but I'll probably go for a walk at lunch
11:27 * mmorgan might need to get out the shovel at lunch :-/
11:34 miker Dyrcona: the api level (specifically, setting it to 0) is a way to hide an old implementation
11:35 miker and you're probably right that you can't set it via srfsh
11:35 miker that would need to be a setting like pretty_print, for the srfsh session
11:38 miker the point of api_level at all in opensrf is that you can have new, superseding implementations for newer clients, and the server side will thunk to the older api levels, in descending order down to 1. it's not used in Evergreen simply because we never used it (there's a not-insignificant amount of useful stuff in opensrf we never end up using because of momentum, IMNSHO)
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12:10 Dyrcona miker: Yeah, I figured that was the pointl. This is the only place that I have seen it used, and oddly enough the "new" implementation is api level 0.
12:12 Dyrcona For reference, I'm looking at OpenILS::Application::Storage::Publisher::actor, the org_closed_overlap and new_org_closed_overlap functions.
12:14 Dyrcona But, I actually popped back in to see opinions on something related to action triggers. We've got a library that asked if we could have their hold notices for next week go out on the following weekend.
12:15 Dyrcona I figure I can do that with a max delay of 7 days or something like that, then set the granularity of their event to weekly.
12:15 Dyrcona Does that sound reasonable/workable?
12:18 Dyrcona miker: Re api level, it might be handy to specify it with an argument to open.
12:18 Dyrcona But, that changes the existing open API.
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12:58 JBoyer Finally reverted my mistaken backport of the 3.6 permission data fix. jeffdavis++ for noticing
13:00 jeff jeffdavis++ JBoyer++
13:01 JBoyer Of course, just now I noticed that one of the chunks was necessary. Guess there'll be a tiny followup. :-/ (difference in the perm id and the translation id)
13:16 JBoyer fixed.
13:34 Dyrcona Think I need to reboot, using a lot of swap and getting slow.
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13:38 Dyrcona I'll blame Chromium. I had two windows and about a dozen total tabs open.
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14:10 berick i love that it's "Evergreenu" in Czech
14:30 Dyrcona Evergreenu++
14:35 Dyrcona Heh. I just realized that if we set the SMS hold notifications to weekly a bunch of people are going to get texts at 3:15 AM on a Sunday.
14:41 Dyrcona Guess I'll change the time if the library decides to do this.
14:47 Dyrcona They would probably prefer the evening/night over the early morning anyway, since they won't be open until the next day.
14:52 dbwells gmcharlt++ # was wondering the same with the translations
14:55 Dyrcona Probably, but then you'd have to add all of the other translations as well, right?
14:55 Dyrcona Might be handy to have more automation for that.
14:56 gmcharlt yeah, but make_release could scan for the xtb files and build for whatever languages are present
14:57 gmcharlt and it looks like https://poeditor.com/docs/api provides enough to automate fetching strings if we wanted
14:57 gmcharlt e.g., download strings for each language that is at least X% complete
15:01 Dyrcona Pretty soon these things will be programming themselves. ;)
15:11 Dyrcona Is there any updated documentation for the release process? What I've seen is kind of old, like for 3.0ish.
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18:01 pinesol News from qatests: Testing Success <http://testing.evergreen-ils.org/~live>
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