[Project_owners] Test

2013-10-07 Thread Pete Collins
test ...


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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2013-10-07 Thread Arturo 'Buanzo' Busleiman
Ack !
On Oct 7, 2013 4:38 PM, Pete Collins p...@mozdevgroup.com wrote:

 test ...


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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2013-10-07 Thread Jay Garcia
On 07.10.2013 14:37, Pete Collins wrote:

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 test ...
 
 

It works, thanks.

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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-07-30 Thread Eric H. Jung
i'd suggest using http://doodle.com/ or similar. that is how we arrange
other mozdev-related meetings.
eric


On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 2:48 PM, Adam Kowalczyk adam-kowalc...@o2.plwrote:

 So can we set a date here? Let's coordinate with Onno and whoever else is
 interested, and turn Drupal on for a day or two so that people can get
 their stuff.

 As for me, I am away Thursday through Monday. Any other day is fine.

 - Adam

 On 2012-07-26 21:43, Pete Collins wrote:

 Yes, but I can't do it now ...

 Let's shoot for tomorrow or Saturday.

 --pete

 On 7/26/12 1:33 PM, Eric H. Jung wrote:

 Pete...Onnoo...is it possible to turn on drupal for 60 minutes (or
 even 30 minutes) so Onno can retrieve the pages he wants. It can then
 be turned off again.
 eric



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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-07-27 Thread Pete
Hi Adam,

On 26 July 2012 20:08, Adam Kowalczyk adam-kowalc...@o2.pl wrote:
 there was some valuable data and user feedback on my Drupal forum. Could we
 please turn Drupal back on for at least a few days, so that I have a chance
 to archive the information? I can't stress enough how much I would
 appreciate it.

I too have years of forum posts that I'd like to move elsewhere. Does
anyone know the best way of doing this? Does the Mozdev Drupal
installation have an export feature?

Pete C, Brian et al: Many thanks for your support, the slow decay of
Mozdev after the plug was pulled shows just how much time and effort
you all put in to keeping the system running. It's a bit sad to see
Mozdev go, but I do appreciate your help over the years.

Thanks,
Pete B,
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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-07-27 Thread Pete Collins
Yes, if anyone can provide info on exporting Drupal content post it here
and I can do this for anyone who wants it.

--pete


On 7/27/12 1:40 PM, Pete wrote:
 Hi Adam,

 On 26 July 2012 20:08, Adam Kowalczyk adam-kowalc...@o2.pl wrote:
 there was some valuable data and user feedback on my Drupal forum. Could we
 please turn Drupal back on for at least a few days, so that I have a chance
 to archive the information? I can't stress enough how much I would
 appreciate it.
 I too have years of forum posts that I'd like to move elsewhere. Does
 anyone know the best way of doing this? Does the Mozdev Drupal
 installation have an export feature?

 Pete C, Brian et al: Many thanks for your support, the slow decay of
 Mozdev after the plug was pulled shows just how much time and effort
 you all put in to keeping the system running. It's a bit sad to see
 Mozdev go, but I do appreciate your help over the years.

 Thanks,
 Pete B,
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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-07-27 Thread Eric H. Jung
On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 3:40 PM, Pete updatescan...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi Adam,

 On 26 July 2012 20:08, Adam Kowalczyk adam-kowalc...@o2.pl wrote:
  there was some valuable data and user feedback on my Drupal forum. Could
 we
  please turn Drupal back on for at least a few days, so that I have a
 chance
  to archive the information? I can't stress enough how much I would
  appreciate it.

 I too have years of forum posts that I'd like to move elsewhere. Does
 anyone know the best way of doing this? Does the Mozdev Drupal
 installation have an export feature?


It does not. I discussed it with Doug, our mozdev web programmer, before he
left. The primary issue with an export/database dump is that, although each
project has its own drupal installation, the userid/usernames are shared.
that means exporting a single drupal forum would include thousands and
thousands of userids even though the project itself might posts from a
small subset of that. these userids are the same one we use for cvs and
everything else, and so the passwords couldn't be easily dumped, too (they
are not part of the drupal installation).

When I moved FoxyProxy off of mozdev, I lost all of its drupal forum
content. I started over with phpBB, losing years of posts. And since mozdev
didn't offer forums at all back in the old days, this was actually the 3rd
forum conversion the project went through.

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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-07-27 Thread Eric H. Jung
On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 3:48 PM, Eric H. Jung grimho...@yahoo.com wrote:



 On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 3:40 PM, Pete updatescan...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi Adam,

 On 26 July 2012 20:08, Adam Kowalczyk adam-kowalc...@o2.pl wrote:
  there was some valuable data and user feedback on my Drupal forum.
 Could we
  please turn Drupal back on for at least a few days, so that I have a
 chance
  to archive the information? I can't stress enough how much I would
  appreciate it.

 I too have years of forum posts that I'd like to move elsewhere. Does
 anyone know the best way of doing this? Does the Mozdev Drupal
 installation have an export feature?


 It does not. I discussed it with Doug, our mozdev web programmer, before
 he left. The primary issue with an export/database dump is that, although
 each project has its own drupal installation, the userid/usernames are
 shared. that means exporting a single drupal forum would include thousands
 and thousands of userids even though the project itself might posts from a
 small subset of that. these userids are the same one we use for cvs and
 everything else, and so the passwords couldn't be easily dumped, too (they
 are not part of the drupal installation).

 When I moved FoxyProxy off of mozdev, I lost all of its drupal forum
 content. I started over with phpBB, losing years of posts. And since mozdev
 didn't offer forums at all back in the old days, this was actually the 3rd
 forum conversion the project went through.


I should suggest the solution I arrived at:

if you visit http://foxyproxy.mozdev.org/drupal or
http://foxyproxy.mozdev.org/drupal/forum ( i cannot remember the URL and
now drupal is down, so I cannot find it) ... you are presenting with a
Javascript popup. The popup informs you that the forums are read-only and
there for achive purposes. If you click OK, then you are redirected to
the new forum URL using some more javascript. If you click Cancel, then
you do not get redirected. You remain at the mozdev forums and can read
them.

clicking OK writes a cookie so that next time you visit the URL, you are
automatically redirected with no prompt.

I was able to get this javascript to execute by creating a content module
and putting it in the header or footer of all of the drupal forum pages.

if you do this, i recommend you put the drupal forums in read-only mode,
but don't ask me how--it was a miracle i was finally able to get the drupal
permissions correct for it.

eric
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[Project_owners] Test

2012-07-26 Thread Pete Collins
Testing to see if the list is back working again.

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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-07-26 Thread Pete Collins
Ok. It is ...

Drupal has been shut down because of excessive use or abuse it was
causing the server to become unusable.

Since we don't have any resources to devote to maintaining Drupal it
will have to remain off.

Thanks

--pete

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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-07-26 Thread Jay Garcia
On 26.07.2012 10:31, Pete Collins wrote:

 --- Original Message ---

 Testing to see if the list is back working again.
 
 --pete
 

Yup

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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-07-26 Thread Adam Kowalczyk

Hi Pete,

there was some valuable data and user feedback on my Drupal forum. Could 
we please turn Drupal back on for at least a few days, so that I have a 
chance to archive the information? I can't stress enough how much I 
would appreciate it.


- Adam

On 26/07/2012 17:42, Pete Collins wrote:

Ok. It is ...

Drupal has been shut down because of excessive use or abuse it was
causing the server to become unusable.

Since we don't have any resources to devote to maintaining Drupal it
will have to remain off.

Thanks

--pete



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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-07-26 Thread Onno Ekker
+1. I used Drupal's wiki for my project's home page and forums for user
feedback and/or feature requests. Addons.mozilla.org even has a separate
option to guide people to the support site. I think lots of project
owners want this function.

In the discussion about Mozilla stopping development on Thunderbird I
read that a lot of people from Mozilla think mozdev is already dead.
Disabling drupal certainly is a big step that way. The only thing we
have now is cvs and a mailing list. I wanted to move my code away from
cvs, so I looked at hg.mozdev.org, but that page is totally broken and
it's impossible to view the source using a web interface. This has been
reported a couple of time on this mailing list and also in bugzilla.

If this doesn't get any better people will go looking at alternatives
like google, sourceforge, github or watever,. instead of being on the
place where they should be. But are we supposed to go look into google
cache to try to rescue the remains of our old drupal site?

What happened to the volunteers that stepped in last year? You divided
the tasks or you all do everything? Or did everyone back out already?
Maybe you can put up some information (or maybe there already was in
drupal :-)) about which tasks there are and what help you still need. I
sure hope mozdev can continue with all its services...

Onno


On 26/07/2012 21:08, Adam Kowalczyk wrote:
 Hi Pete,

 there was some valuable data and user feedback on my Drupal forum.
 Could we please turn Drupal back on for at least a few days, so that I
 have a chance to archive the information? I can't stress enough how
 much I would appreciate it.

 - Adam

 On 26/07/2012 17:42, Pete Collins wrote:
 Ok. It is ...

 Drupal has been shut down because of excessive use or abuse it was
 causing the server to become unusable.

 Since we don't have any resources to devote to maintaining Drupal it
 will have to remain off.

 Thanks

 --pete


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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-07-26 Thread Pete Collins
Currently there are no technical volunteers who can address the server
issues.

When I get time I'll try to turn on Drupal read only 

--pete


On 7/26/12 1:29 PM, Onno Ekker wrote:
 +1. I used Drupal's wiki for my project's home page and forums for user
 feedback and/or feature requests. Addons.mozilla.org even has a separate
 option to guide people to the support site. I think lots of project
 owners want this function.

 In the discussion about Mozilla stopping development on Thunderbird I
 read that a lot of people from Mozilla think mozdev is already dead.
 Disabling drupal certainly is a big step that way. The only thing we
 have now is cvs and a mailing list. I wanted to move my code away from
 cvs, so I looked at hg.mozdev.org, but that page is totally broken and
 it's impossible to view the source using a web interface. This has been
 reported a couple of time on this mailing list and also in bugzilla.

 If this doesn't get any better people will go looking at alternatives
 like google, sourceforge, github or watever,. instead of being on the
 place where they should be. But are we supposed to go look into google
 cache to try to rescue the remains of our old drupal site?

 What happened to the volunteers that stepped in last year? You divided
 the tasks or you all do everything? Or did everyone back out already?
 Maybe you can put up some information (or maybe there already was in
 drupal :-)) about which tasks there are and what help you still need. I
 sure hope mozdev can continue with all its services...

 Onno


 On 26/07/2012 21:08, Adam Kowalczyk wrote:
 Hi Pete,

 there was some valuable data and user feedback on my Drupal forum.
 Could we please turn Drupal back on for at least a few days, so that I
 have a chance to archive the information? I can't stress enough how
 much I would appreciate it.

 - Adam

 On 26/07/2012 17:42, Pete Collins wrote:
 Ok. It is ...

 Drupal has been shut down because of excessive use or abuse it was
 causing the server to become unusable.

 Since we don't have any resources to devote to maintaining Drupal it
 will have to remain off.

 Thanks

 --pete

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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-07-26 Thread Eric H. Jung
Pete...Onnoo...is it possible to turn on drupal for 60 minutes (or even 30
minutes) so Onno can retrieve the pages he wants. It can then be turned off
again.
eric


On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 3:30 PM, Pete Collins p...@mozdevgroup.com wrote:

 Currently there are no technical volunteers who can address the server
 issues.

 When I get time I'll try to turn on Drupal read only 

 --pete


 On 7/26/12 1:29 PM, Onno Ekker wrote:
  +1. I used Drupal's wiki for my project's home page and forums for user
  feedback and/or feature requests. Addons.mozilla.org even has a separate
  option to guide people to the support site. I think lots of project
  owners want this function.
 
  In the discussion about Mozilla stopping development on Thunderbird I
  read that a lot of people from Mozilla think mozdev is already dead.
  Disabling drupal certainly is a big step that way. The only thing we
  have now is cvs and a mailing list. I wanted to move my code away from
  cvs, so I looked at hg.mozdev.org, but that page is totally broken and
  it's impossible to view the source using a web interface. This has been
  reported a couple of time on this mailing list and also in bugzilla.
 
  If this doesn't get any better people will go looking at alternatives
  like google, sourceforge, github or watever,. instead of being on the
  place where they should be. But are we supposed to go look into google
  cache to try to rescue the remains of our old drupal site?
 
  What happened to the volunteers that stepped in last year? You divided
  the tasks or you all do everything? Or did everyone back out already?
  Maybe you can put up some information (or maybe there already was in
  drupal :-)) about which tasks there are and what help you still need. I
  sure hope mozdev can continue with all its services...
 
  Onno
 
 
  On 26/07/2012 21:08, Adam Kowalczyk wrote:
  Hi Pete,
 
  there was some valuable data and user feedback on my Drupal forum.
  Could we please turn Drupal back on for at least a few days, so that I
  have a chance to archive the information? I can't stress enough how
  much I would appreciate it.
 
  - Adam
 
  On 26/07/2012 17:42, Pete Collins wrote:
  Ok. It is ...
 
  Drupal has been shut down because of excessive use or abuse it was
  causing the server to become unusable.
 
  Since we don't have any resources to devote to maintaining Drupal it
  will have to remain off.
 
  Thanks
 
  --pete
 
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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-07-26 Thread Pete Collins
Yes, but I can't do it now ...

Let's shoot for tomorrow or Saturday.

--pete

On 7/26/12 1:33 PM, Eric H. Jung wrote:
 Pete...Onnoo...is it possible to turn on drupal for 60 minutes (or
 even 30 minutes) so Onno can retrieve the pages he wants. It can then
 be turned off again.
 eric 

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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-07-26 Thread Onno Ekker
Thanks for the offer/effort, but I'm almost done moving most important
content to cvs. I don't have that many pages and I'm going on holiday
this weekend so the timing isn't too good :-|

Onno

On 26-7-2012 21:43, Pete Collins wrote:
 Yes, but I can't do it now ...
 
 Let's shoot for tomorrow or Saturday.
 
 --pete
 
 On 7/26/12 1:33 PM, Eric H. Jung wrote:
 Pete...Onnoo...is it possible to turn on drupal for 60 minutes (or
 even 30 minutes) so Onno can retrieve the pages he wants. It can then
 be turned off again.
 eric 
 

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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-01-22 Thread Philip Chee
On Sat, 21 Jan 2012 17:54:06 +0100, Jesper Staun Hansen wrote:
 ohai @ 17:53 GMT+1.
 
 On Sat, Jan 21, 2012 at 5:33 PM, Pete Collins p...@mozdevgroup.com wrote:
 
 Testing mailing list ...

 --pete

omedetou gozaimasu

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[Project_owners] Test

2012-01-21 Thread Pete Collins
Testing mailing list ...

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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-01-21 Thread Jesper Staun Hansen
ohai @ 17:53 GMT+1.

On Sat, Jan 21, 2012 at 5:33 PM, Pete Collins p...@mozdevgroup.com wrote:

 Testing mailing list ...

 --pete

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Re: [Project_owners] Test

2012-01-21 Thread Jay Garcia
On 21.01.2012 10:33, Pete Collins wrote:

 --- Original Message ---

 Testing mailing list ...
 
 --pete
 

Successful here.

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Re: [Project_owners] test install of extension on Macintosh and Linux

2007-08-07 Thread JD Gunter
And of course if you want to find a Linux user, you might can check the
forums that Linux has up.
Though, you may need to check to see if it's compatible with Ubuntu, Red
Hat, Yellow Dog, and ect.
I'm not sure if that effects the code you're working on, just a suggestion.
On 8/5/07, Didier Ernotte [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi Gary,
 I have plenty of Mac around me, I can give your extension a try, if you
 tell me what to do.

 Didier


 *Gary Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED]* wrote:

 I am working on making my learn to cook extension work on both the Mac
 and Linux. I have rewritten a binary component into JavaScript and I
 am looking for some way to test it.

 Are their any volunteers or suggestions?

 My code calls a few of the XPCOM IO routines.

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Re: [Project_owners] test install of extension on Macintosh and Linux

2007-08-06 Thread Daniel Muenter
Hi,

I can test it on Mac OSX.

Daniel


Gary Johnson wrote:
 I am working on making my learn to cook extension work on both the Mac
 and Linux.  I have rewritten a binary component into JavaScript and I
 am looking for some way to test it.
 
 Are their any volunteers or suggestions?
 
 My code calls a few of the XPCOM IO routines.
 
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[Project_owners] test install of extension on Macintosh and Linux

2007-08-05 Thread Gary Johnson
I am working on making my learn to cook extension work on both the Mac
and Linux.  I have rewritten a binary component into JavaScript and I
am looking for some way to test it.

Are their any volunteers or suggestions?

My code calls a few of the XPCOM IO routines.

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Re: [Project_owners] test install of extension on Macintosh and Linux

2007-08-05 Thread eric . jung
I can do some testing on Linux for you if you like.

- Original Message 
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Subject: [Project_owners] test install of extension on Macintosh and Linux

I am working on making my learn to cook extension work on both the Mac
and Linux.  I have rewritten a binary component into JavaScript and I
am looking for some way to test it.

Are their any volunteers or suggestions?

My code calls a few of the XPCOM IO routines.

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