Bernard Sfez | 15 Sep 15:21 2014

[Tiki-devel] 18/09/14, Webinar - Tiki 14 release webinar (T12 and T13 version cycle)

Hello Tikiers,

As we are getting closer to the end of the year (gregorian calendar) we need to plan our next release; Tiki14.
It became a tradition we have a release a few days before the new year (yes still gregorian ok ? :D ), before
Christmas (yes Christians), during Hanukkah (yes Jewish) and after Ascension of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá
(yes Bahais).

Ok you got the idea !

We’ll start to organise about it during this month webinar, Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 19:00:00 UTC time.

As Tiki14 is the last major release before our next LTS we encourage every member of the community to help and join.
We will start to define teams, priority, etc.

Please try to find the time and log at http://live.tiki.org it is important… and it is usually good time
too. ;)
(I’ll keep my bad joke in private I swear !!!!!)

Have a nice day and may be you all blessed as we are close to the Autumn Equinox (yes…. them !) ;)
Bernard

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Xavier de Pedro | 15 Sep 13:01 2014

[Tiki-devel] apply content template to wiki pages broken in 13.x?

Hi all:

Is this feature to apply content template to wiki pages working for
anyone in 13.x?

Just in case, I added a bug report here (looks like another regression
to me):
http://dev.tiki.org/item5465

Xavi

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Gary Cunningham-Lee | 15 Sep 05:28 2014

[Tiki-devel] File tree revamp

Hi,

Back at TikiFest April 2013 we talked about revising the file tree.

The themes directory has already been created in trunk, and the theme
files themselves have been copied there. (The global theme CSS files
haven't been moved yet, the ones in styles/layout and
bootswatch_themes/less.)

There's a wiki page at
https://dev.tiki.org/File+and+directory+structure+revamp

and some discussion at
https://tiki.org/tiki-view_forum_thread.php?comments_parentId=48108

Is this on the roadmap for Tiki 14? I wanted to post this ahead of the
webinar this week.

-- Gary

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Torsten | 13 Sep 00:48 2014

[Tiki-devel] Themes: self contained themes for Tiki14

Hello everybody,

just before the recent TikiFestSysOps in Bonn end of last August I
complained about the "newly appeare useless empty folder 'themes'" in
the tikiroot, whilst I was chatting with Alexandre Quessy. My mind was
that themes containe styles and templated and thus please a themes
folder should not replace styles ... I was not 'thinking far enough'.

That somebody (not me) deleted the 'themes' folder recently in trunk is
just a side note.

Alex did enlighten me, that the 'themes' folder is not only meant to
replace 'styles' but also 'templates/styles' and with a few extra
directories and a slightly different type of nesting will offer the
functionality of self-contained-themes.

This means: download a .zip file with a theme, containing evcerything
from .css, icons, fonts over images to custom templates, unzip on your
server into the directory 'themes', apply in Admin -> Look&Feel -> Theme
... and ... ready.

This idea is amazing I though and just yesterday I asked Louis-Philippe
Huberdeau about his plans, as a few people have been starting to
redesign our website for the Tiki14 release.

And ouch! Louis-Philippe already coded it a few month ago, without
anybody listening to his idea ... so he kindly explained me the
structure, how it works.

With the kind assistance of Louis-Philippe and Alexandre I committed the
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Nelson Ko | 12 Sep 20:40 2014

[Tiki-devel] Call for volunteers for wishlist team

First some kudos to the efforts that everyone is contributing in the various efforts that are happening right now in the Tiki community, the initiative towards improving the look and feel of *.tiki.org sites accelerating in particular, the community sysadmins being more coordinated and supporting each other more, and the developers chugging along.

The wishlist team who are the gardeners of the bug/wishes tracker on dev.tiki.org is currently looking for new volunteers, even though there were some much needed improvements made around the release of Tiki 12, such as streamlining of the bug/wishes tracker (Thanks Gezza!), and the launch of show.tiki.org

As we approach a release, the developers tend to chip in and help clean up the wishlist, which hopefully will take care of things as the we start planning for Tiki 14, but after the release it tends to fall into relative neglect.

Perks of being in the wishlist team include:
- Get to know all the developers really well (so you know where to go to, to get things coded!)
- Get to know Tiki features really well
- Be the first to know when something is fixed 
- Lead improvements in using the newest features in Tiki to improve workflow/notifications etc (this also touches on the work planned for tiki.org in conjunction with Tiki 14 release).

Skills required for the wishlist team include :
- triaging and verifying bugs and wishes
- interpersonal skills because of the need to communicate in a positive and helpful way to the person who filed the bug as well as to various developers 
- networking skills, especially amongst developers so as to be able to communicate collegially and get (over time) familiar with which developer is good/specialized at which aspects of the code/issue types.

If you have interest, would be great if you can respond, and/or join our upcoming monthly community webinar this coming Thursday http://tiki.org/Webinar+2014+09

Nelson.
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Nelson Ko | 12 Sep 19:55 2014

[Tiki-devel] Monthly Webinar coming this coming Thursday

Hi,

Summer is almost over and we will will be having a monthly webinar again this coming Thursday. A number of exciting efforts are going on as we head in to the Fall/Autumn months. Looking forward to seeing you there again.


Nelson.
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Arild Berg | 12 Sep 16:51 2014
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[Tiki-devel] Problem with "My Tiki" in Tiki13

Hi,

 

In Tiki13 "My Tiki" seems to be missing several screens.

 

The preferences screen only shows "Account Information" in Tiki13.

In Tiki12, the preferences screen has 3 tabs "Personal Information", "Preferences" and "Account Information".

 

Is this a bug or am I missing something?

 

Arild

 

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Jonny Bradley | 12 Sep 12:49 2014

[Tiki-devel] Tracker_Field_Email


Hi all

I've been asked to look at why the tracker email fields don't get any anti-spam protection and the fields
looks like it's got some stuff missing - there's a 'link' parameter which doesn't seem to do anything (as
far i can see), also there are three other odd looking params, watchopen, watchpending and watchopen
(again?) with different "Yes" values for each one, but i can find no trace of these being used anywhere -
looks anyway like it should be one param 'status change watch' which could have o, p and/or c as a value (by
why would you want this anyway? - most odd)

Am i missing something, or shall i have a go at this out (make the link param work, delete the watch ones)? Will
do this in 13.x (for 13.1) and then backport to 12.x...

jonny

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Gary Cunningham-Lee | 11 Sep 17:09 2014

[Tiki-devel] Specifying layout template per page

Hi,

This question is probably mainly for Louis-Philippe, but I'm wondering
if it's possible (yet) to specify a layout template per wiki page or
section or other object.

-- Gary

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Torsten | 10 Sep 16:45 2014

[Tiki-devel] Trunk broken? SVN checkout seems to be incomplete

Hello Devs,

I am facing some weird beaviour with the latest Tiki trunk revision
(52485). Just double checked a fresh local svn checkout:

a) at tiki-install.php I cannot choose any language (there are no
languages at all).

b) publishing the database triggers only 920 mysql commands - usually
that would be far more than 1000

c) after the installation there is no feature_wiki at all - no way to login.

direct link to tiki-index.php shows this error msg:

Fatal error: [] operator not supported for strings in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/modules/mod-func-zone.php on line 53

d) when I use the dump of a trunk from a yesterdays checkout (same
machine, same method, but working smooth), I am getting the same problem.

e) here are the error messages, when I try to login to the site:

Notice: Undefined index: feature_perspective in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/lib/setup/prefs.php on line 396

Notice: Undefined index: http_port in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/lib/setup/absolute_urls.php on line 34

Notice: Undefined index: http_port in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/lib/setup/absolute_urls.php on line 57

Notice: Undefined index: http_port in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/lib/setup/absolute_urls.php on line 61

Notice: Undefined index: style in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/lib/init/smarty.php on line 450

Notice: Undefined index: maxRecords in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/tiki-setup_base.php on line 230

Notice: Undefined index: cookie_name in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/tiki-setup_base.php on line 408

Notice: Undefined index: rememberme in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/tiki-setup_base.php on line 412

Notice: Undefined index: auth_method in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/tiki-setup_base.php on line 432

Notice: Undefined index: auth_method in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/tiki-setup_base.php on line 456

Notice: Undefined index: auth_method in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/lib/userslib.php on line 907

Notice: Undefined index: feature_ticketlib2 in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/tiki-setup_base.php on line 483

Notice: Undefined index: auth_token_access in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/lib/setup/perms.php on line 13

Notice: Undefined index: feature_categories in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/lib/setup/perms.php on line 112

Notice: Undefined index: feature_intertiki in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/lib/tikilib.php on line 1785

Notice: Undefined index: cookie_consent_name in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/tiki-setup_base.php on line 568

Notice: Undefined variable: tiki_p_trust_input in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/tiki-setup_base.php on line 583

Notice: Undefined variable: tiki_p_trust_input in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/tiki-setup_base.php on line 594

Notice: Undefined index: feature_tikitests in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/tiki-setup.php on line 61

Notice: Undefined index: tikiIndex in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/tiki-setup.php on line 64

Notice: Undefined index: site_closed in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/tiki-setup.php on line 65

Fatal error: [] operator not supported for strings in
/opt/lampp/htdocs/tiki/commit/modules/mod-func-zone.php on line 53

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Does anybody have a clue what's this about?

Cheers,
Torsten

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Gary Cunningham-Lee | 9 Sep 15:22 2014

[Tiki-devel] Unhelpful selector in item link field for images

Hi,

When I use an item link tracker field type to get data from another
tracker - in this case an image - when editing the tracker item to
select the image, the selector just shows apparently random-order
integers in parentheses, like

(54)
(80)
(23)
(25)

I can select one and an image is displayed in the tracker but, apart
from trial and error to manually build a kind of index page,  there's no
way to know which one is the right image for the tracker item. How do
people manage this?

-- Gary

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