Dave Churchill | 1 Mar 19:15 2009
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Re: Safari 4 Beta problem

Hi Jörn

Thanks for the tip

Is there a way this will added in to the next WP release? does it have  
any other effect, or will it mess anything else up?

David

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> Hi,
> i have the same problem with every Popup inside the Editor, like
> "inside custom character", "help" or "toogle spellchecker"
>
>
> Add a z-index to .clearlook2 witch is higher than the z-index value
> from .clearlooks2_modalBlocker, and it will work
>
>
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Bug in WP 2.7.1

Greetings to creators!

I've found a problem in wordpress 2.7.1.
If you try to change the theme of decoration of the site without removing
widgets in advance, than the widgets look as if they are already added into
the theme, and that's why it's impossible to add them into the new theme.

I hope the problem would be removed in the next process of creating
wordpress.

Yours faithfully, Dmitriy Sholud'ko.
Otto | 3 Mar 20:23 2009

Error when upgrading from 2.7.1 to nightly

Got this error. Can't explain it. I check, and the files were correct
on the server, and the _weak_escape function was indeed in the
wp-db.php file.

Fatal error: Call to undefined method WordPress_Module::_weak_escape()
in /home/.../html/blog/wp-includes/wp-db.php on line 473

Ideas?

-Otto
Stas SUSHKOV | 3 Mar 22:22 2009
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WordPress Foundation

Is WordPress now a foundation? Just like FSF or Gnome?

http://pingomatic.com/stats/#footer

Then congrats, didn't hear of that until read the Ping-O-Matic
footer : )

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Pixline › Paolo Tresso | 3 Mar 22:29 2009
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Re: WordPress Foundation


Il giorno 03/mar/09, alle ore 22:22, Stas SUSHKOV ha scritto:

> Is WordPress now a foundation? Just like FSF or Gnome?
>
> http://pingomatic.com/stats/#footer
>
> Then congrats, didn't hear of that until read the Ping-O-Matic
> footer : )

Also, nice that random term after WordPress Foundation... opus,  
medley, experiment, joint, branch... but what's a THINGAMAJIG ?!?!? :-)

Paolo/Pixline
Paleo Pat | 3 Mar 23:14 2009
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Re: WordPress Foundation

Same thing as a Whatchamacallit!

On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 4:29 PM, Pixline › Paolo Tresso <supporto <at> pixline.net
> wrote:

>
> Il giorno 03/mar/09, alle ore 22:22, Stas SUSHKOV ha scritto:
>
>  Is WordPress now a foundation? Just like FSF or Gnome?
>>
>> http://pingomatic.com/stats/#footer
>>
>> Then congrats, didn't hear of that until read the Ping-O-Matic
>> footer : )
>>
>
> Also, nice that random term after WordPress Foundation... opus, medley,
> experiment, joint, branch... but what's a THINGAMAJIG ?!?!? :-)
>
> Paolo/Pixline
>
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Chris Malme | 5 Mar 13:44 2009
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Problem with LiveJournal import (2.8)

I've  just moved onto the nightly build for the improved LiveJournal import
in 2.8, having previously been experimenting with my own code, with mixed
success. The version I am using was grabbed 03 March 2009, 08:11:25. My
Wordpress blog is in development (as a resplacement/adjunct to my existing
Blogger/LJ setup, so stability is not an immediate issue.

However, I think I've encountered an issue with the part of the code in
wp-admin/import/livejournal.php around line 862, where a compare of $maxid
and $highest_id determines whether all comments have been downloaded, or if
another batch loop is required.

Basically, if the last LiveJournal comment made has been deleted (on
LiveJournal) at the time of running the import, then $max_id will always be
greater than $highest_id, and an infinite loop occurs, even though we have
actually imported all the (non-deleted) comments.

I have tested this as follows:

1) Make new LJ comment, and run import - succeeds, no batch loop.

2) Make new LJ comment, and then delete it; then run import - infinite loop
occurs.

3) Make new LJ comment, and run import - now succeeds again , no batch loop.

I think the actual problem is that the code filters out deleted comments in
line 530, before we reach the later point, so if the highest comment is a
deleted one, we lose its value for $highest_id. Although we don't want to
actually import the deleted comments, we do need their comment IDs.

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Peter Westwood | 5 Mar 22:30 2009
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Re: Problem with LiveJournal import (2.8)


On 5 Mar 2009, at 12:44, Chris Malme wrote:

> I've  just moved onto the nightly build for the improved LiveJournal  
> import
> in 2.8, having previously been experimenting with my own code, with  
> mixed
> success. The version I am using was grabbed 03 March 2009, 08:11:25.  
> My
> Wordpress blog is in development (as a resplacement/adjunct to my  
> existing
> Blogger/LJ setup, so stability is not an immediate issue.
>
> However, I think I've encountered an issue with the part of the code  
> in
> wp-admin/import/livejournal.php around line 862, where a compare of  
> $maxid
> and $highest_id determines whether all comments have been  
> downloaded, or if
> another batch loop is required.
>
> Basically, if the last LiveJournal comment made has been deleted (on
> LiveJournal) at the time of running the import, then $max_id will  
> always be
> greater than $highest_id, and an infinite loop occurs, even though  
> we have
> actually imported all the (non-deleted) comments.
>
> I have tested this as follows:
>
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Engel Sanchez | 5 Mar 22:53 2009

converting from wp to wp mu - how to?

Best way to convert a BIG site from wp to wp mu?

any "don't do that" reason?

Engel
Pixline › Paolo Tresso | 6 Mar 12:14 2009
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Re: converting from wp to wp mu - how to?


Il giorno 05/mar/09, alle ore 22:53, Engel Sanchez ha scritto:

> Best way to convert a BIG site from wp to wp mu?

1)	wordpress export › wordpress import. it works most of the time.
2)	database juggling: create the blog into WPMU and then merge your  
wp_* tables with that one
3)	custom script. any language with a mysql connector will work.

Paolo

Gmane