Jaap Jansma | CiviCooP | 24 Jun 17:05 2016
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Wiki not editable

Hey all,

On the wiki page (https://wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/CRMDOC/Hook+Reference) I am not able to add new hooks. I have just added a new hook to CiviRules but I cannot document the hook anymore. I have done so previously.

Could anyone give me access to edit that page again?

Jaap


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Coleman Watts | 23 Jun 23:23 2016
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Jira spam

Jira spam is certainly annoying. Hopefully we'll get a good system-wide solution in place. In the meantime, if you notice spam in jira here is what to do:
(assuming you have admin privledges in jira. if not, ping someone who does on mattermost)
  1. Click on the username who created it
  2. Click on "administer user"
  3. Click "delete user"
  4. This will probably give a warning that you cannot delete them without deleting their issues. Click on that link.
  5. From the list of their issues, click on "tools" -> "bulk change: all issues"
  6. Delete the issues, uncheck the box to send emails about it (please!)
  7. Now you can delete the user

Thanks!

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John Kingsnorth | 23 Jun 14:30 2016
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Displaying CiviCRM status messages on non-Civi pages in Drupal

Hi all,

As mentioned at CiviCon London last year, we developed a small utility that displays your CiviCRM status messages on other Drupal pages: https://www.drupal.org/project/civicrmstatusmessage

Example use case
If you have a CiviCRM Profile that redirects to a non-Civi page on submit, the success message normally wouldn't appear until the next time the user lands on a CiviCRM page. This module extracts all messages from CiviCRM's session, and displays them on other Drupal pages as well.

I'm happy to say that this module is now 'released', and is no longer in a sandbox. Enjoy! And let me know if you have any feedback or notice anything wrong.

John
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Eileen McNaughton | 23 Jun 06:24 2016

Are you feeling the love?

I just want to check if there is anyone who has put a bunch of time into 
QA work this week & has not received any QA in return. Reply to the list 
or to me or Joe or Yashi

Eileen

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Chris Burgess | 22 Jun 02:38 2016
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Anonymize extension - have at it! Some questions

OK, I started this extension last night, and I'd love your input / critique / feedback.


After CiviCon I realise the need to be improving some of my methods, and you lot are the best mentors I've got ... Help me! I promise to document my learnings from this thread in civicrm-dev-docs as best I can.

1) I'm trying to keep the API methods "clean" and do the legwork over in Civi/Anonymize. Is this the right thing to do? I believe I've seen Eileen advocate this but want to check - I can find a few examples where legwork happens in CRM/* (mostly payment processors).

2) When implementing API methods, what (if anything) needs to be done to support chaining? Specifically I want to be able to flow from Contact.Anonymize into Email.Anonymize and Address.Anonymize. The current approach doesn't pass through inputs like locale=fr_FR, which would be nice to preserve.

3) Should we need to require_once('vendor/autoload.php') in each api/v3/Foo/Bar.php file? Adding this in the extension .php alone doesn't seem to work ... what don't I get here?

4) Is adding custom methods to an existing Entity API the correct thing? To me this feels right (Entity.Verb, so Contact.Anonymize), but that could be reversed if we don't "like" adding custom methods on an existing entity for some reason.

I'd really appreciate your feedback on this, if you can comment on any of the above please do so.

Cheers!

Chris
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Joe Murray | 21 Jun 21:41 2016
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July 6th release 4.7.9

It seems I unfortunately missed sending an invitation to participate in this month's release cycle to this list, instead focussing on the dev channel in chat.civicrm.org and sending invitations via github to those who had open PRs.

There is still time this week to help with QA on PRs, and it would be greatly appreciated. The Review will end Saturday, then next week we'll be doing testing of the Release Candidate, with the stable release coming out the following Wed July 6th.

There has been a steady growth in the number of people participating each month (from 13 to 29). YEAH! 

But partly as a result many of us are on learning curves about how to properly QA, so we haven't merged or otherwise closed as many PRs as hoped for yet this month.

It would be great to whittle down the 130+PRs, some as old as last summer (thanks, Chris, for working on #6474). They all represent concerted effort to improve CiviCRM, and as they get old it takes more effort to evaluate and use them.

The high level overview of the release process is at https://github.com/civicrm/release-management/blob/master/README.md

But you can jump right in to the document used to manage the release at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1fmHFOZ83ectSPCMWvXwCeJgrw4KpYi8JEV2ZDkd6XDU/edit#gid=1219056148 - start with Overview tab.

Please communicate your thoughts on a PR using a comment, and feel free to use <at> JoeMurray or other persons' nicks to ask for help or draw in relevant expertise. The core team all participate.

I'll be providing more information in coming days about how to do testing next week of the release candidate including merged PRs. But if you have been wanting to see some bugs squashed in core, please help by reviewing the work of those who have submitted fixes, or other enhancements. For the most part I've recruited reviewers to review PRs similar to their own, or in areas they expressed an interest in. Please put your effort where you think it is most needed, or where you feel you can contribute the most. Helping out on PRs that are already under review but not yet closed can be particularly useful.

Thanks everyone who are already involved in this release QA cycle. Please reach out to me in dev channel on chat if you're stuck or waiting for something.

Cheers,

Joe Murray, PhD
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Eileen McNaughton | 20 Jun 03:16 2016

Volunteer sought - update this page...

Over the past few weeks I've become aware that people are under the 
impression that php & tpl overrides in an extension, or directly, are 
considered acceptable CiviCRM developer practice. I would argue they are 
only acceptable as short term fixes when you have already figured out a 
longer term plan.

I found this page & added a quick note to the top to that effect, but 
don't have time to do it properly - so just putting it out there as 
something I'd love someone to tackle.

https://wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/CRMDOC/Customize+Built-in%2C+Profile%2C+Contribution+and+Event+Registration+Screens

Eileen

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CiviCRM | 13 Jun 01:50 2016
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[CiviCRM] Weekly CiviCRM issues recap

Hi security team,

This is your weekly recap of all open security issues. Let's work on closing these issues!

CRM-18672 CiviMail New Mailing won't load
Blocker Open Assigned to: eileen
CRM-17342 CiviCRM Case types causing Drupal module install error
Critical In Quality Assurance Assigned to: gibsonoliver
CRM-17504 Case activities reporting
Critical Reopened Assigned to: jamienovickcompucorp_uk
CRM-18062 Mailing processing ignores timezone, and sends mailings at wrong time
Critical In Quality Assurance Assigned to: monish.deb
CRM-18070 Packaged eWAY classes not loaded for Event registration
Critical Open Assigned to:
CRM-18108 A/B Subject line Test - A is always chosen as Final
Critical Open Assigned to: saurabh.batra
CRM-18314 Merging does not trigger pre/post/custom hooks for contact's belongings
Critical Reopened Assigned to:
CRM-18464 Database Error upgrading to Civicrm 4.7
Critical Open Assigned to:
CRM-18522 Bug in sql query generation in dedupes
Critical Open Assigned to: eileen
CRM-18575 Flipping contacts before batch merge is ignored
Critical Open Assigned to: eileen
CRM-18586 Multiple CustomData : all data are not displayed in Contact Form
Critical In Progress Assigned to: jitendra.purohit
CRM-18701 civicrm_financial_item has wrong amount when overriding line item price
Critical In Quality Assurance Assigned to: KarinG
CRM-18769 Financial Items Not Created for Subsequent Installments of API Recurring Subscriptions
Critical Open Assigned to:
CRM-18809 CiviCRM Permissions are not saved
Critical Open Assigned to:

Thanks!

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Dave Greenberg | 30 Oct 16:29 2007
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Re: Announcing CiviCRM 1.9 Stable

The module which keeps keeps OG and CiviCRM groups synched has been
included in 1.9 - civicrm_og_synch.module. The project it was
developed for hasn't rolled out yet - so I suspect there may be some
clean-up/bugs to resolve. If the functionality meets your needs - and
you're interested in working with us to make sure things are working
properly - hook up with lobo on IRC to discuss further.

BTW - I'm not sure if it's included in the 1.9 distributions - but it
not you can grab it from svn:
http://svn.civicrm.org/branches/v1.9/drupal/

...dave

On 10/30/07, Walt Daniels <wdlists <at> optonline.net> wrote:
> That looks like a possible solution for me. I can't tell from the link if
> that is done in 1.9 as it is mostly a design document telling what needs to
> be done.
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> Subject: Re: [civicrm-dev] Announcing CiviCRM 1.9 Stable
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> Walt - We've recently worked on a new version of the og_civicrm module,
> which might of interest in this regard:
> http://wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/CRM/DA+-+CiviCRM
>
> ...dave
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> On 10/28/07, Walt Daniels <wdlists <at> optonline.net> wrote:
> >  Where can I find out about the interaction of CiviCRM with
> > sophisicated Drupal sites that use for instance Forums, Organic
> > Groups, ACL, other access control modules, added fields in profiles, etc.
> >
> > For example I use Forum Access which uses ACL and I need to have
> > protected pages for a few groups and trying to decide whether to use
> > node privacy by role, TAC lite, Organic Groups or other access controls.
> >
> >
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