Re: [Project_owners] Drupal

2012-08-13 Thread Pete Collins
Let me know what time works for you and I'll revert the permissions for
say an our or so ...

--pete


On 8/12/12 8:46 PM, Jake Hartz wrote:
 Hi,

 I know there was some talk about restarting Mozdev's Drupal
 installation for a small amount of time so people could get data from
 it. My entire site was written in Drupal, so I'm still hoping to get
 data from my Drupal site.

 Pete, do you think we could pick a time sometime soon to do this? (I
 know timing doesn't matter much for me, but I'm not sure who else
 might need this.)

 Thanks,
 Jake


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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal

2012-08-13 Thread Pete Collins
Ok, I enabled drupal again. Let's see how the server holds up.

I'll leave it up as long as possible.

--pete


On 8/13/12 9:40 AM, Pete wrote:
 On 13 August 2012 15:26, Pete Collins p...@mozdevgroup.com wrote:
 Let me know what time works for you and I'll revert the permissions for say
 an our or so ...
 Any time from 17:00 - 23:00 UTC Monday or Tuesday would work for me.
 Other times over the weekend may be ok too.

 I'm hoping to use a scraper to get the forum data, so it might take a
 bit longer than an hour to get this tuned. If you need to limit access
 to an hour, perhaps we could have a series of happy hours across
 multiple days? I imagine we're all spread across several timezones, so
 it could be tricky to find one single time that's convenient for
 everyone.

 Pete C: I'm not sure which timezone you're in or which times are
 convenient for you. As Eric suggested, I set up a poll at
 http://doodle.com/et3xqsxr4hhv389k with blocks of 3 hours over the
 next two weeks, just to get an idea of which times are convenient for
 people. If I've set it up properly, everyone should be able to see the
 results as they appear.

 Pete B
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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal

2012-08-13 Thread Pete Collins

On 8/13/12 12:10 PM, Jake Hartz wrote:
 I got most of the data off of my Drupal site, but the rest I have to
 log in to view, but when I try to log in I get a 504 Gateway
 Time-out error from nginx. If I try to do it directly through the
 Apache server (using port 8080 instead of 80), I get: A database
 error has occured. Please try again in a few minutes

 The stuff that I need to log in to view isn't very important, though,
 so it's not a big issue for me. 

Yea, sounds like the original problem we had w/Drupal.

--pete


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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal

2012-08-13 Thread Pete
On 13 August 2012 19:17, Pete Collins p...@mozdevgroup.com wrote:

 On 8/13/12 12:10 PM, Jake Hartz wrote:
 I got most of the data off of my Drupal site, but the rest I have to
 log in to view, but when I try to log in I get a 504 Gateway
 Time-out error from nginx. If I try to do it directly through the
 Apache server (using port 8080 instead of 80), I get: A database
 error has occured. Please try again in a few minutes

 The stuff that I need to log in to view isn't very important, though,
 so it's not a big issue for me.

 Yea, sounds like the original problem we had w/Drupal.

It seemed to stay up for a half hour or so, then progressively got
slower and slower. I'm not getting through at all now.

Unfortunately by the time I managed to get my forum scraper working, I
didn't manage to get any data off. But Drupal did stay up for a short
time - would it be possible to try this again at some point?

Thanks again for your help, Pete.

Pete B
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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal

2012-02-21 Thread Jake Hartz
I am just using Mozdev's standard Drupal installation. Example:
http://www.mozdev.org/drupal/wiki

I think some of these problems might have been occurring since the server
software upgrade a few months ago.

--Jake

On Tue, Feb 21, 2012 at 1:59 AM, Bodhi Firestarr getmo...@yahoo.com wrote:

 From where did your Drupal source come from and which version? I seem to
 not have problems with mine.

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 *From:* Jake Hartz jak...@rocketmail.com
 *To:* Mozdev Project Owners List project_owners@mozdev.org
 *Sent:* Monday, February 20, 2012 11:07 AM
 *Subject:* [Project_owners] Drupal

 I was looking through some things in Drupal, and I noticed:

 The My Account page in Drupal seems to be broken. When I log in and go
 to My Account, I get a listing of a lot of errors, and the normal content
 that should be there isn't present - it's just a blank page with those
 errors.

 Also, the Revisions feature on wiki pages seems to be broken as well.
 Example: http://www.mozdev.org/drupal/node/41/revisions (I get a warning
 message, and no content is shown).

 --Jake

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal

2012-02-20 Thread Bodhi Firestarr
From where did your Drupal source come from and which version? I seem to not 
have problems with mine.




 From: Jake Hartz jak...@rocketmail.com
To: Mozdev Project Owners List project_owners@mozdev.org 
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 11:07 AM
Subject: [Project_owners] Drupal
 

I was looking through some things in Drupal, and I noticed:

The My Account page in Drupal seems to be broken. When I log in and go to My 
Account, I get a listing of a lot of errors, and the normal content that should 
be there isn't present - it's just a blank page with those errors.

Also, the Revisions feature on wiki pages seems to be broken as well. Example: 
http://www.mozdev.org/drupal/node/41/revisions (I get a warning message, and no 
content is shown).

--Jake

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Re: [Project_owners] drupal user pages gives errors

2011-10-21 Thread Atte Kemppilä
On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 05:31, r pruitt wa8...@gmail.com wrote:

 The user pages still don't work for blocking spammers in drupal, but
 today I discovered another way that is not broken:

 Administer  (User management)  Access rules

 and then add a rule to deny the username.

Thanks for the workaround.

But any chance the user pages will get fixed?

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Re: [Project_owners] drupal data loss?

2011-05-16 Thread Jake Hartz
Can anyone try and fix this (is anyone currently working on it)? I know that
most of the people who help at Mozdev do have other lives and mostly can't
find much time to help, but I'm just curious as to when (if) Drupal might be
working again, or if there is some way to recover some of the data.

--Jake

On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 11:33 PM, Philip Chee phi...@aleytys.pc.my wrote:

 On Fri, 13 May 2011 16:55:17 -0400, Jake Hartz wrote:
  Just something else I found...
 
  Most of the data still seems to be in Google's cache (at least for me).
 So,
  for example, typing cache:mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/download
  into Google brings up its cached version, or just typing download site:
  mp4downloader.mozdev.org into Google and clicking on the Cache link
 next
  to a result will also bring it up.
 
  I just used this to find most of my data (everything except the most
  important stuff, which you needed to be logged in to to view, so it
 wasn't
  cached by Google).

 Pete says that the data appears intact when he queries the drupal MySQL
 database directly. So hopefully it's just a database inconsistency
 problem or broken referential integrity.

 Phil

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Re: [Project_owners] drupal data loss?

2011-05-16 Thread Pete Collins

I have not had the time. I will try my best.

Mozdev is purely volunteer at this point.

--pete


On 5/16/11 7:09 PM, Jake Hartz wrote:
Can anyone try and fix this (is anyone currently working on it)? I 
know that most of the people who help at Mozdev do have other lives 
and mostly can't find much time to help, but I'm just curious as to 
when (if) Drupal might be working again, or if there is some way to 
recover some of the data.


--Jake


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Re: [Project_owners] drupal data loss?

2011-05-13 Thread Adam Kowalczyk
Yes, same happened to Brief. Also, it doesn't seem to be a result of a 
single failure that happened at some single point, it is perpetual 
problem. I initially noticed there were posts missing yesterday and 
today even more are gone.


- Adam

On 2011-05-13 18:19, Eric H. Jung wrote:

Hi,

Did we have a data loss?

http://foxyproxy.mozdev.org/drupal is missing weeks of posts. None of
my users (including myself) can log in.

Eric
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Re: [Project_owners] drupal data loss?

2011-05-13 Thread Jake Hartz
I tried everything - disabling clean URLs, disabling pathauto, etc. and
still cannot get anything. Also, this page (Admin  Content Management 
Content) shows nothing:
http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/admin/content/node

Is this an actual unrecoverable data loss? I had my entire site in Drupal
(with my entire future development course of action layed out, among other
important things), and now none of my pages, blog posts, or wiki pages seem
to be able to be accessed. (However, at least my one sidebar block has
survived so far...)

Also, it seems that every few minutes I get access denied messages and
must re-login via http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/user. Then, after I
log in, it doesn't remember any of my data associated with my profile and
says that I have been a member for one second (as though it just created my
Drupal account just like when I logged into Drupal for the first time with
my Mozdev account). I'm not quite sure what this means - data is being
re-deleted every few minutes?

Thanks,
Jake
http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/

On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 1:32 PM, Adam Kowalczyk adam-kowalc...@o2.plwrote:

 Yes, same happened to Brief. Also, it doesn't seem to be a result of a
 single failure that happened at some single point, it is perpetual problem.
 I initially noticed there were posts missing yesterday and today even more
 are gone.

 - Adam


 On 2011-05-13 18:19, Eric H. Jung wrote:

 Hi,

 Did we have a data loss?

 http://foxyproxy.mozdev.org/drupal is missing weeks of posts. None of
 my users (including myself) can log in.

 Eric
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Re: [Project_owners] drupal data loss?

2011-05-13 Thread Jake Hartz
Just something else I found...

Most of the data still seems to be in Google's cache (at least for me). So,
for example, typing cache:*mp4downloader*.mozdev.org/drupal/*download*
into Google brings up its cached version, or just typing *download* site:*
mp4downloader*.mozdev.org into Google and clicking on the Cache link next
to a result will also bring it up.

I just used this to find most of my data (everything except the most
important stuff, which you needed to be logged in to to view, so it wasn't
cached by Google).

--Jake

On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 4:42 PM, Jake Hartz jak...@rocketmail.com wrote:

 I tried everything - disabling clean URLs, disabling pathauto, etc. and
 still cannot get anything. Also, this page (Admin  Content Management 
 Content) shows nothing:
 http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/admin/content/node

 Is this an actual unrecoverable data loss? I had my entire site in Drupal
 (with my entire future development course of action layed out, among other
 important things), and now none of my pages, blog posts, or wiki pages seem
 to be able to be accessed. (However, at least my one sidebar block has
 survived so far...)

 Also, it seems that every few minutes I get access denied messages and
 must re-login via http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/user. Then, after
 I log in, it doesn't remember any of my data associated with my profile and
 says that I have been a member for one second (as though it just created my
 Drupal account just like when I logged into Drupal for the first time with
 my Mozdev account). I'm not quite sure what this means - data is being
 re-deleted every few minutes?

 Thanks,
 Jake
 http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/


 On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 1:32 PM, Adam Kowalczyk adam-kowalc...@o2.plwrote:

 Yes, same happened to Brief. Also, it doesn't seem to be a result of a
 single failure that happened at some single point, it is perpetual problem.
 I initially noticed there were posts missing yesterday and today even more
 are gone.

 - Adam


 On 2011-05-13 18:19, Eric H. Jung wrote:

 Hi,

 Did we have a data loss?

 http://foxyproxy.mozdev.org/drupal is missing weeks of posts. None of
 my users (including myself) can log in.

 Eric
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Re: [Project_owners] drupal data loss?

2011-05-13 Thread Philip Chee
On Fri, 13 May 2011 16:55:17 -0400, Jake Hartz wrote:
 Just something else I found...
 
 Most of the data still seems to be in Google's cache (at least for me). So,
 for example, typing cache:*mp4downloader*.mozdev.org/drupal/*download*
 into Google brings up its cached version, or just typing *download* site:*
 mp4downloader*.mozdev.org into Google and clicking on the Cache link next
 to a result will also bring it up.
 
 I just used this to find most of my data (everything except the most
 important stuff, which you needed to be logged in to to view, so it wasn't
 cached by Google).

Pete says that the data appears intact when he queries the drupal MySQL
database directly. So hopefully it's just a database inconsistency
problem or broken referential integrity.

Phil

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal problems

2011-03-23 Thread Pete Collins

I'll take a look as soon as I have some bandwidth.

Thanks

--pete


On 1/22/11 9:11 PM, Jake Hartz wrote:

Bringing back an old post (but still a problem):

I was looking at something, and found this where Doug was having the 
same problem with FCKeditor (where it was popping up with Error 
loading 
http://www.mozdev.org/drupal/sites/all/modules/fckeditor/fckeditor/fckstyles.xml;) 
but fixed it:

https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=18975#c18

It doesn't tell exactly how he fixed it, but it may provide a hint to 
a solution.


Additionally, here is something else that might be helpful (notice XML 
files aren't served statically but are redirected to Drupal's 
index.php in this mod_rewrite config): 
https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=17703#c2


And, something random, but definitely not a high priority: When 
visiting a subdomain where a project doesn't actually exist (like 
http://nothinghere.mozdev.org/), it shows Mozdev's main page, but 
without PHP enabled, so the page looks really garbled because of how 
the PHP confuses the browser. If possible, it might be better to have 
a Project Not Found page or something like that, or maybe just the 
home page without the PHP code. This isn't really important, but 
whenever I am using a really old link to a subdomain that doesn't 
exist, this always appears and confuses me...


--Jake

On Sat, Jan 1, 2011 at 10:58 AM, Pete Collins p...@mozdevgroup.com 
mailto:p...@mozdevgroup.com wrote:


Jake, I really can't answer your Drupal issues because I was not
party to the setup and integration of it.

We are basically just operating in maintenance mode right now.

Thanks

--pete



On 11/20/10 10:00 AM, Jake Hartz wrote:

Just to let someone know,

I am still having a few problems with Drupal since the PHP
security transition. On any page that uses FCKeditor, I get:

Error loading

http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/sites/all/modules/fckeditor/fckeditor/fckstyles.xml;
(HTTP Status: 404).

Do you want to see the server response dump? 



Also, if I click OK to view the server response dump, it just
comes up with the HTML from the Drupal page not found page. The
thing that it looks like it can't find is:

http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/sites/all/modules/fckeditor/fckeditor/fckstyles.xml
(this was the only resource that returned 404 within Chrome dev
tools). With this problem, if I ever want to edit something, I
either have to disable FCKeditor within the admin options or
disable JavaScript in my browser (I'm using Chrome 8 beta on Ubuntu).

Thanks,
Jake


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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal problems

2011-01-22 Thread Jake Hartz
Bringing back an old post (but still a problem):

I was looking at something, and found this where Doug was having the same
problem with FCKeditor (where it was popping up with Error loading
http://www.mozdev.org/drupal/sites/all/modules/fckeditor/fckeditor/fckstyles.xml;)
but fixed it:
https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=18975#c18

https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=18975#c18It doesn't tell
exactly how he fixed it, but it may provide a hint to a solution.

Additionally, here is something else that might be helpful (notice XML files
aren't served statically but are redirected to Drupal's index.php in this
mod_rewrite config): https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=17703#c2

And, something random, but definitely not a high priority: When visiting a
subdomain where a project doesn't actually exist (like
http://nothinghere.mozdev.org/), it shows Mozdev's main page, but without
PHP enabled, so the page looks really garbled because of how the PHP
confuses the browser. If possible, it might be better to have a Project Not
Found page or something like that, or maybe just the home page without the
PHP code. This isn't really important, but whenever I am using a really old
link to a subdomain that doesn't exist, this always appears and confuses
me...

--Jake

On Sat, Jan 1, 2011 at 10:58 AM, Pete Collins p...@mozdevgroup.com wrote:

  Jake, I really can't answer your Drupal issues because I was not party to
 the setup and integration of it.

 We are basically just operating in maintenance mode right now.

 Thanks

 --pete



 On 11/20/10 10:00 AM, Jake Hartz wrote:

 Just to let someone know,

  I am still having a few problems with Drupal since the PHP security
 transition. On any page that uses FCKeditor, I get:

  Error loading 
 http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/sites/all/modules/fckeditor/fckeditor/fckstyles.xml;
 (HTTP Status: 404).

  Do you want to see the server response dump?


  Also, if I click OK to view the server response dump, it just comes up
 with the HTML from the Drupal page not found page. The thing that it looks
 like it can't find is:
 http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/sites/all/modules/fckeditor/fckeditor/fckstyles.xml(this
  was the only resource that returned 404 within Chrome dev tools). With
 this problem, if I ever want to edit something, I either have to disable
 FCKeditor within the admin options or disable JavaScript in my browser (I'm
 using Chrome 8 beta on Ubuntu).

  Thanks,
 Jake


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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal problems

2011-01-01 Thread Pete Collins
Jake, I really can't answer your Drupal issues because I was not party 
to the setup and integration of it.


We are basically just operating in maintenance mode right now.

Thanks

--pete


On 11/20/10 10:00 AM, Jake Hartz wrote:

Just to let someone know,

I am still having a few problems with Drupal since the PHP security 
transition. On any page that uses FCKeditor, I get:


Error loading

http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/sites/all/modules/fckeditor/fckeditor/fckstyles.xml;
(HTTP Status: 404).

Do you want to see the server response dump? 



Also, if I click OK to view the server response dump, it just comes 
up with the HTML from the Drupal page not found page. The thing that 
it looks like it can't find is: 
http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/sites/all/modules/fckeditor/fckeditor/fckstyles.xml 
(this was the only resource that returned 404 within Chrome dev 
tools). With this problem, if I ever want to edit something, I either 
have to disable FCKeditor within the admin options or disable 
JavaScript in my browser (I'm using Chrome 8 beta on Ubuntu).


Thanks,
Jake


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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal modules and cache

2010-08-24 Thread Doug Warner
On 08/12/2010 09:38 PM, Jake Hartz wrote:
 Hello,
 
 Would it be possible to install the String Overrides Drupal module (
 http://drupal.org/project/stringoverrides) for the mp4downloader project? I
 understand if this isn't possible or isn't allowed, but this module is the
 only thing that I can find to change the word Blogs to News (I am trying
 to use the word news instead of blog on my site). I was just wondering if
 there is some kind of procedure or something for modules (I am assuming that
 you can't install modules for individual Drupal projects, you must install it
 for everyone, which may be a problem). Is it possible to install extra Drupal
 modules?
 
 Also, does anyone know how to clear Drupal's cache? I have been going through
 a lot of site changes and something is telling me that Drupal is caching some
 of the old things.
 
 By the way, is it best to ask these types of questions on the project owners
 list, on the feedb...@mozdev.org list, or in Bugzilla?
 
 Thanks a lot,
 Jake

Jake,

Sorry for the late response; here is fine to ask these questions, I just
hadn't got to reading the folder for a little bit.

You should be able to disable the automatic Blogs menu item and create
your own in the nav if that's what you're referring to.  I believe the URLs
will still refer to that, but I'm not sure if that's as important to you.

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Re: [Project_owners] drupal down !

2010-06-07 Thread Eric H. Jung
I take that back: it's all of mozdev.org from my location.


On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 8:03 PM, Eric H. Jung eric.j...@yahoo.com wrote:

 http://foxyproxy.mozdev.org/drupal/content/no-text-menu yields
 504 Gateway Time-outnginx/0.7.62


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Re: [Project_owners] drupal down !

2010-06-07 Thread Michael Dosser
Hi,

Am 08.06.2010 um 02:05 schrieb Eric H. Jung:

 I take that back: it's all of mozdev.org from my location.
 
 
 On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 8:03 PM, Eric H. Jung eric.j...@yahoo.com wrote:
 http://foxyproxy.mozdev.org/drupal/content/no-text-menu yields 
 504 Gateway Time-out

Nagios was screaming but here everybody was asleep ... it started around 2:00 
AM CEST.

Somehow Apache/PHP was blocking everything. After a restart of the Apache 
webserver everything was OK.

Have to investigate.

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?

2009-03-12 Thread Douglas E. Warner
NGUYEN-Manh Hung wrote:
 Since bug 20679 got fixed, I'm now also a project owner of vi project.
 However, I still can't access admin section on Drupal :(
 
 https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=20679

I set your account to use the default site theme for
http://vi.mozdev.org/drupal and it seems your user can now log in to the admin
area; I'm not sure why that mattered (might have been some carry-over from the
previous drupal instance).  Check it out and see if things work for you again.

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?

2009-03-12 Thread NGUYEN-Manh Hung

Verified. Everything's fine now.
Thanks for your help :)
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- Original Message 
 From: Douglas E. Warner silfr...@silfreed.net
 To: Mozdev Project Owners List project_owners@mozdev.org
 Sent: Thursday, March 12, 2009 8:55:18 PM
 Subject: Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?
 
 NGUYEN-Manh Hung wrote:
  Since bug 20679 got fixed, I'm now also a project owner of vi project.
  However, I still can't access admin section on Drupal :(
  
  https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=20679
 
 I set your account to use the default site theme for
 http://vi.mozdev.org/drupal and it seems your user can now log in to the admin
 area; I'm not sure why that mattered (might have been some carry-over from the
 previous drupal instance).  Check it out and see if things work for you again.
 
 -Doug
 
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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?

2009-03-11 Thread Douglas E. Warner
NGUYEN-Manh Hung wrote:
 Yes, I tried logging out, but the issue is still there.
 

Try again now; I rebuild permissions for your site (admin - content
management - post settings); I believe this has resolved this type of issue
in the past.

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?

2009-03-11 Thread NGUYEN-Manh Hung

Well, it still doesn't work for me :-?
However, I'm going to email Minh to ask him to add me as a project owner for 
vi.

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- Original Message 
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 To: Mozdev Project Owners List project_owners@mozdev.org
 Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 10:08:21 PM
 Subject: Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?
 
 NGUYEN-Manh Hung wrote:
  Yes, I tried logging out, but the issue is still there.
  
 
 Try again now; I rebuild permissions for your site (admin - content
 management - post settings); I believe this has resolved this type of issue
 in the past.
 
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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?

2009-03-11 Thread NGUYEN-Manh Hung

Since bug 20679 got fixed, I'm now also a project owner of vi project.
However, I still can't access admin section on Drupal :(

https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=20679

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 From: NGUYEN-Manh Hung loveleeyoun...@yahoo.com
 To: Mozdev Project Owners List project_owners@mozdev.org
 Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 10:34:13 PM
 Subject: Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?
 
 
 Well, it still doesn't work for me :-?
 However, I'm going to email Minh to ask him to add me as a project owner for 
 vi.
 
 -
 NGUYEN-Manh Hung
 
 
 
 - Original Message 
  From: Douglas E. Warner 
  To: Mozdev Project Owners List 
  Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 10:08:21 PM
  Subject: Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?
  
  NGUYEN-Manh Hung wrote:
   Yes, I tried logging out, but the issue is still there.
   
  
  Try again now; I rebuild permissions for your site (admin - content
  management - post settings); I believe this has resolved this type of issue
  in the past.
  
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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?

2009-03-10 Thread Douglas E. Warner
NGUYEN-Manh Hung wrote:
 I'm just curious: Why don't you upgrade the Drupal installation on Mozdev to 
 version 6? (Sorry, I read the docs and faqs but didn't find the answer).

At the time we deployed Drupal, version 6 wasn't ready yet and the module
support was very poor.  Now I just haven't had the time to investigate 
upgrading.

 By the way, may I ask you to reset all the Drupal configurations for vi 
 project? Is it necessary to do so? Because, I don't know, but it seems that 
 there are some glitches after I enabled some modules.
 

The easiest way for me to do this is to remove your Drupal site and recreate
it; if you don't mind losing your content and would like me to do this let me
know.

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?

2009-03-10 Thread NGUYEN-Manh Hung

Yes, the content there is just for testing purpose. So, just please do your 
easiest way :)
And please remember to grant administrative permissions to the Project 
Contributor group after recreating the Drupal site.

Thanks.

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 From: Douglas E. Warner silfr...@silfreed.net
 To: Mozdev Project Owners List project_owners@mozdev.org
 Sent: Tuesday, March 10, 2009 8:54:37 PM
 Subject: Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?
 
 NGUYEN-Manh Hung wrote:
  I'm just curious: Why don't you upgrade the Drupal installation on Mozdev 
  to 
 version 6? (Sorry, I read the docs and faqs but didn't find the answer).
 
 At the time we deployed Drupal, version 6 wasn't ready yet and the module
 support was very poor.  Now I just haven't had the time to investigate 
 upgrading.
 
  By the way, may I ask you to reset all the Drupal configurations for vi 
 project? Is it necessary to do so? Because, I don't know, but it seems that 
 there are some glitches after I enabled some modules.
  
 
 The easiest way for me to do this is to remove your Drupal site and recreate
 it; if you don't mind losing your content and would like me to do this let me
 know.
 
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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?

2009-03-10 Thread Douglas E. Warner
NGUYEN-Manh Hung wrote:
 Yes, the content there is just for testing purpose. So, just please do your 
 easiest way :)
 And please remember to grant administrative permissions to the Project 
 Contributor group after recreating the Drupal site.
 

Done and done.

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?

2009-03-10 Thread NGUYEN-Manh Hung

Thanks.

However, I still can't access the administration section. Did you grant proper 
permissions to the Project Contributor group?

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- Original Message 
 From: Douglas E. Warner silfr...@silfreed.net
 To: Mozdev Project Owners List project_owners@mozdev.org
 Sent: Tuesday, March 10, 2009 9:29:00 PM
 Subject: Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?
 
 NGUYEN-Manh Hung wrote:
  Yes, the content there is just for testing purpose. So, just please do your 
 easiest way :)
  And please remember to grant administrative permissions to the Project 
 Contributor group after recreating the Drupal site.
  
 
 Done and done.
 
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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?

2009-03-10 Thread Douglas E. Warner
NGUYEN-Manh Hung wrote:
 However, I still can't access the administration section. Did you grant 
 proper permissions to the Project Contributor group?
 

It looks like I did; maybe try logging out and back in?

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?

2009-03-10 Thread NGUYEN-Manh Hung

Yes, I tried logging out, but the issue is still there.

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 From: Douglas E. Warner silfr...@silfreed.net
 To: Mozdev Project Owners List project_owners@mozdev.org
 Sent: Tuesday, March 10, 2009 9:42:20 PM
 Subject: Re: [Project_owners] Drupal 6?
 
 NGUYEN-Manh Hung wrote:
  However, I still can't access the administration section. Did you grant 
  proper 
 permissions to the Project Contributor group?
  
 
 It looks like I did; maybe try logging out and back in?
 
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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal errors

2009-02-16 Thread Douglas E. Warner
NGUYEN-Manh Hung wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I've seen some errors with Drupal, are they mozdev's bugs?
 
 1. Get to the main drupal page of vi.mozdev.org. You'll notice that when you 
 click on the Login/Register link, nothing happens.
 http://vi.mozdev.org/drupal/

It looks like you disabled the User login block that the User login/logout
link block controls to show the block.  I've added it back in so the link
should show/hide the block again.

 Or you can go to the create a new page page, click on, for instance, 
 Authoring Information, it will be expanded. But when you click on it again 
 in order to collapse the menu, nothing happens.
 http://vi.mozdev.org/drupal/node/add/page

This seems common to Drupal; once these areas are expanded they don't collapse
so you don't accidentally change something then close it and forget about it.

 2. Get to this page, you'll see this warning The following enabled modules 
 are incompatible with aggressive mode caching and might not function 
 properly: liquid:
 http://vi.mozdev.org/drupal/admin/settings/performance

This is because you enabled aggressive caching in the performance tab.  In
newer Drupal setups I haven't been using the Liquid module; the only thing it
seems to provide in our current setup is an automatic wiki link, so you
could disable the module and add the link to the menu manually.

 3. In the modules list page, there is this module CCK Fields. However, it 
 is unselectable because its required module 'Content is missing.
 

This CCK Fields module is part of the Subscriptions module.  We don't have
CCK installed so it's not selectable.

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal proposal and a question (Feature Request Already Implemented By Doug)

2008-10-14 Thread HJ van Rantwijk, MultiZilla

HJ van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
Anyone here using Drupal for their WiKi?  If yes, how did you manage to 
change the layout of it?  Is that even possible?


If not; I would like to propose a Drupal setup change, one that enables 
us to load the CSS files from the project, rather than: /drupal/..


snip /

This way we can at least control the layout, hoping that the (X)HTML 
validation errors are not part of the Drupal pages/templates because 
they just don't seem to validate properly.


Doug not only filed bug 20075 [1] but he also fixed it already!

We can now add $local_conf_drupal_css to our main local.conf and change 
the layout.  The documentation at: 
http://www.mozdev.org/docs/localconf.html

has also been updated.

Thank you very much Doug!

[1] https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=20075

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal proposal and a question (Feature Request Already Implemented By Doug)

2008-10-14 Thread Douglas E. Warner

HJ van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:

Doug not only filed bug 20075 [1] but he also fixed it already!

We can now add $local_conf_drupal_css to our main local.conf and change 
the layout.  The documentation at: 
http://www.mozdev.org/docs/localconf.html

has also been updated.

Thank you very much Doug!

[1] https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=20075


Thanks for mentioning this to everyone; This is definitely a short-term fix, 
but hopefully this will help projects like br.mozdev.org and others that were 
relying on evil Drupal hacks to style their instances a little easier.


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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal proposal and a question

2008-10-13 Thread Douglas E. Warner

HJ van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
Anyone here using Drupal for their WiKi?  If yes, how did you manage to 
change the layout of it?  Is that even possible?


Right now, it's not very easy to modify the style of Drupal pages.

If not; I would like to propose a Drupal setup change, one that enables 
us to load the CSS files from the project, rather than: /drupal/..

[snip]
This way we can at least control the layout, hoping that the (X)HTML 
validation errors are not part of the Drupal pages/templates because 
they just don't seem to validate properly.


I think loading a project CSS file from the Mozdev theme for Drupal is a good 
idea; I've added bug#20075 to track this idea.


If there are validation errors with Drupal pages we'll need to bring them up 
with the respective upstream projects after figuring out what's wrong.


Also, is the WiKi TOC generated by Drupal?  I mean there is no way going 
back to the main WiKi page?


I don't believe Drupal's wiki is currently setup to have a breadcrumb trail to 
get you back from where you've been.  A ToC is supported to give links to 
headings within the same page (see Mozdev Docs [2]).  Otherwise, getting back 
to the main wiki page is typically just achieved by clicking on the wiki 
link in the left nav bar.  Maybe I'm misunderstanding your usage?


-Doug

[1] https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=20075
[2] http://www.mozdev.org/drupal/wiki/MozdevDocs

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal setup

2008-09-24 Thread HJ van Rantwijk, MultiZilla

Douglas E. Warner wrote:

On Tuesday 23 September 2008 04:48:26 HJ van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:

Raj can't do much since he can't even login as administrator, or
whatever rights he need.  Can someone please help we with this or is
there a quick/short guide to make things just work?


The easiest way to give Raj admin rights would be for you to give the Project 
Contributor role the same access as the Project Owner in Drupal.


To do this, login to your Drupal, goto Administer then Access Control.  
Check all the boxes under the Project Contributor role to match the Project 
Owner role and click Save at the bottom of the page.  This should give any 
project contributors (like Raj) ability to change things in your Drupal setup.


Done. Thanks.


So can I, and if yes how, remove comments and blog entries?


When you're logged in, clicking on Create content on the right, then Blog 
entry will create a new blog post.


To administer posts or comments, click on Administer then Comments for 
comments and Administer then Content for blog posts.



Well. We want to change/control the page layout, this to match it with
our own site layout.  That, apparently, might be a problem (do we really
need to developing our own Drupal theme?).


Right now changing the theming is a bit of a problem; we have a bug open about 
that [1].  When we first setup Drupal the mindset was more of it's another 
tool like bugzilla, so we weren't as concerned with allowing projects to 
theme it like their sites since it would definitely be completely different 
from themeing their main site on Mozdev.


The easiest alternative to get your blog posts themed with your site while 
using Drupal for content management would be to syndicate the blog posts on 
your project page using the RSS feed; but this would still require going to 
the un-themeed Drupal site for leaving/reading comments.


I'm not sure I understand this.  I want people to be able to read the 
blogs we have in the usual way, and via Drupal pages.  Adding comments 
should only be possible on the drupal pages, so how exactly should we 
setup this?


Thanks!

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal setup

2008-09-24 Thread Douglas E. Warner
On Wednesday 24 September 2008 14:08:46 HJ van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
 I'm not sure I understand this.  I want people to be able to read the
 blogs we have in the usual way, and via Drupal pages.  Adding comments
 should only be possible on the drupal pages, so how exactly should we
 setup this?

Yes, it should be possible to do exactly what you describe, you just can't 
theme the Drupal pages right now.

You would modify whatever page is displaying your blogs right now to 
syndicate your Drupal blog.  I have some example code that I use on the 
www.mozdev.org site you can take a look at [1] that should mostly work as-is 
with only minor modifications (such as changing the cache directory).

-Doug

[1] http://www.mozdev.org/source/browse/www/www/news/blogfeed.php

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal setup

2008-09-23 Thread Brian King

HJ van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
I can login to the Drupal admin page, but there are way to many 
settings; confusing the heck out of me.  All I want, need really, is a 
blog to talk about the things we are working on, but that won't happen 
until 2009 if I have to make it work (the backlog with bugs is killing me).


Raj can't do much since he can't even login as administrator, or 
whatever rights he need.  Can someone please help we with this or is 
there a quick/short guide to make things just work?


http://www.mozdev.org/drupal/wiki/MozdevDrupalSetup

If you are already setup, all you have to do is write a new blog post 
and it will show up at:


http://multizilla.mozdev.org/drupal/blog

You can link to that page from anywhere in your project (it is already 
in the left nav of drupal pages).


Nothing really more to it, or did you have something else more specific 
in mind?


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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal setup

2008-09-23 Thread HJ van Rantwijk, MultiZilla

Brian King wrote:

HJ van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
I can login to the Drupal admin page, but there are way to many 
settings; confusing the heck out of me.  All I want, need really, is a 
blog to talk about the things we are working on, but that won't happen 
until 2009 if I have to make it work (the backlog with bugs is killing 
me).


Raj can't do much since he can't even login as administrator, or 
whatever rights he need.  Can someone please help we with this or is 
there a quick/short guide to make things just work?


http://www.mozdev.org/drupal/wiki/MozdevDrupalSetup

If you are already setup, all you have to do is write a new blog post 
and it will show up at:


So can I, and if yes how, remove comments and blog entries?


http://multizilla.mozdev.org/drupal/blog

You can link to that page from anywhere in your project (it is already 
in the left nav of drupal pages).


Nothing really more to it, or did you have something else more specific 
in mind?


Well. We want to change/control the page layout, this to match it with 
our own site layout.  That, apparently, might be a problem (do we really 
need to developing our own Drupal theme?).


Thank you Brian!

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal setup

2008-09-23 Thread Douglas E. Warner
On Tuesday 23 September 2008 04:48:26 HJ van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
 Raj can't do much since he can't even login as administrator, or
 whatever rights he need.  Can someone please help we with this or is
 there a quick/short guide to make things just work?

The easiest way to give Raj admin rights would be for you to give the Project 
Contributor role the same access as the Project Owner in Drupal.

To do this, login to your Drupal, goto Administer then Access Control.  
Check all the boxes under the Project Contributor role to match the Project 
Owner role and click Save at the bottom of the page.  This should give any 
project contributors (like Raj) ability to change things in your Drupal setup.

 So can I, and if yes how, remove comments and blog entries?

When you're logged in, clicking on Create content on the right, then Blog 
entry will create a new blog post.

To administer posts or comments, click on Administer then Comments for 
comments and Administer then Content for blog posts.

 Well. We want to change/control the page layout, this to match it with
 our own site layout.  That, apparently, might be a problem (do we really
 need to developing our own Drupal theme?).

Right now changing the theming is a bit of a problem; we have a bug open about 
that [1].  When we first setup Drupal the mindset was more of it's another 
tool like bugzilla, so we weren't as concerned with allowing projects to 
theme it like their sites since it would definitely be completely different 
from themeing their main site on Mozdev.

The easiest alternative to get your blog posts themed with your site while 
using Drupal for content management would be to syndicate the blog posts on 
your project page using the RSS feed; but this would still require going to 
the un-themeed Drupal site for leaving/reading comments.

-Doug

[1] https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=18428

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal forum

2008-06-16 Thread Douglas E. Warner
On Friday 13 June 2008 09:31:33 Onno Ekker wrote:
 Answering my own question: Drupal apparently has this option.
 http://mydrupal.com/post_in_forums_via_email

 Next question: Could this option be made available for mozdev's drupal?
 I don't see the modules Listhandler or Mailhandler installed...

Thanks for doing this research; this definitely seems like something we would 
like to offer and would go hand-in-hand with the features like mailman and 
newsgroup integration that we already offer.

I saw the bug you created; I'm not sure what the timeline would be for us to 
look into this, but we'll try to talk it over at the sysadmin meeting 
tomorrow.

-Doug

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal forum

2008-06-13 Thread Onno Ekker
Onno Ekker wrote:
 Onno Ekker wrote:
 Hi,

 Do the drupal forums maybe also offer an email_in interface, like 
 bugzilla does?
 http://www.bugzilla.org/docs/tip/html/api/email_in.html
 https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=17734

 I'd like to use a forum instead of the 'old' Project Mailing list, 
 but it would be convenient if you could just mail to an address and 
 have a new topic or comment created (or waiting for 
 approval/moderation if it's from an unknown users).

 Onno
 Answering my own question: Drupal apparently has this option.
 http://mydrupal.com/post_in_forums_via_email

 Next question: Could this option be made available for mozdev's drupal?
 I don't see the modules Listhandler or Mailhandler installed...

 Onno
Opened bug 19275 https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=19275 for 
this request...

Onno
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Re: [Project_owners] drupal forums help

2008-04-24 Thread Eric H. Jung


- Original Message 
 From: Onno Ekker [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: Mozdev Project Owners List project_owners@mozdev.org
 Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 3:17:27 PM
 Subject: Re: [Project_owners] drupal forums help
 
 Eric H. Jung wrote:
 
  I don't get any emails currently. I'd like to be notified  via email 
  whenever 
 :
 
  1. There is a new post in any of the forums
  2. There is a new reply in any of the forums
 
   
 You can subscribe to the categories:
 Go to admin - My subscriptions - categories
 check all forums
 Save to activate...
 


Thanks, Onno!! I should put this on the mozdev wiki...


  

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Re: [Project_owners] drupal forums help

2008-04-23 Thread Marcello Testi

Il giorno 23/apr/08, alle ore 19:11, Eric H. Jung ha scritto:

 I've just discovered that people can post to my drupal forums after  
 registering and the post appears just fine. But replies to posts  
 don't appear unless (1) they confirm their email address or (2) I  
 approve (publish) the post. How can I permit registered users to  
 post replies without having to approve their email address?

 Actually, I'd like to allow anonymous users to post new thread and  
 new replies, but I cannot get that to work even with the recent  
 discussion.

I think it's the comment module permissions that rule how forum  
replies are handled.
I can't check right now, but let me know later if you need further help.

Ciao.
Marcello.


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Re: [Project_owners] drupal forums help

2008-04-23 Thread Douglas E. Warner
On Wednesday 23 April 2008 13:11:19 Eric H. Jung wrote:
 I've just discovered that people can post to my drupal forums after
 registering and the post appears just fine. But replies to posts don't
 appear unless (1) they confirm their email address or (2) I approve
 (publish) the post. How can I permit registered users to post replies
 without having to approve their email address?

 Actually, I'd like to allow anonymous users to post new thread and new
 replies, but I cannot get that to work even with the recent discussion.

To allow anonymous users to post without approval:
Goto Admin - User Management - Access Control
  Comments Section, Check post comments without approval for the Anonymous 
user, Click Save permissions at the bottom of the page.

Is the email confirmation the one that you're receiving for new users where 
you need to activate them?
If that's the case, you need to go to:
Admin - User Management - User Settings
  Under User registration settings set Visitors can create accounts and no 
administrator approval is required. and click Save configuration at the 
bottom of the page.

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Re: [Project_owners] drupal forums help

2008-04-23 Thread Eric H. Jung
- Original Message 
 From: Douglas E. Warner [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 Is the email confirmation the one that you're receiving for new users where 
 you need to activate them?

I don't get any emails currently. I'd like to be notified  via email whenever :

1. There is a new post in any of the forums
2. There is a new reply in any of the forums

This would prevent me from having to continually visit the forums 10 times per 
day just to see if someone has posted a question.

Anyone have suggestions?


  

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Re: [Project_owners] drupal forums help

2008-04-23 Thread wa84it

On 23 Apr 2008 at 11:08, Eric H. Jung wrote:
 
 I don't get any emails currently. I'd like to be notified  via email whenever 
 :
 
 1. There is a new post in any of the forums
 2. There is a new reply in any of the forums
 
 This would prevent me from having to continually visit the forums 10 times 
 per day just to see if someone has posted a question.
 
 Anyone have suggestions?
 
They all have RSS feeds, then use a RSS - email forwarder if you 
want.  I know nothing about such forwarders except that they 
exist, googling turns some up.

-Ron

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Re: [Project_owners] drupal forums help

2008-04-23 Thread Marcello Testi

Il giorno 23/apr/08, alle ore 20:08, Eric H. Jung ha scritto:

 I'd like to be notified  via email whenever :

 1. There is a new post in any of the forums
 2. There is a new reply in any of the forums

The Subscriptions module would do the trick, but I read that it's  
under heavy maintenance at the moment. You could try if the current  
version works ok for you. Otherwise, you could use the Notify module,  
which does similar things.
http://drupal.org/project/subscriptions
http://drupal.org/project/notify

Make sure to read all the instructions on each module's page.

Ciao.
Marcello.


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Re: [Project_owners] drupal forums help

2008-04-23 Thread Onno Ekker

Eric H. Jung wrote:


I don't get any emails currently. I'd like to be notified  via email whenever :

1. There is a new post in any of the forums
2. There is a new reply in any of the forums

  

You can subscribe to the categories:
Go to admin - My subscriptions - categories
check all forums
Save to activate...

Apparently a forum is a category?

Onno



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Re: [Project_owners] drupal forums help

2008-04-23 Thread Marcello Testi

Il giorno 23/apr/08, alle ore 21:17, Onno Ekker ha scritto:

 Apparently a forum is a category?

Yes.

Ciao.
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Re: [Project_owners] drupal forums help

2008-04-23 Thread Onno Ekker
Marcello Testi wrote:
 Il giorno 23/apr/08, alle ore 20:08, Eric H. Jung ha scritto:

   
 I'd like to be notified  via email whenever :

 1. There is a new post in any of the forums
 2. There is a new reply in any of the forums
 

 The Subscriptions module would do the trick, but I read that it's  
 under heavy maintenance at the moment. You could try if the current  
 version works ok for you. Otherwise, you could use the Notify module,  
 which does similar things.
 http://drupal.org/project/subscriptions
 http://drupal.org/project/notify

 Make sure to read all the instructions on each module's page.
   
The subscriptions module works ok for me.
I can't find the notify module on mozdev's drupal.

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Re: [Project_owners] drupal error

2007-11-17 Thread Eric H. Jung
thanks

--- Douglas E. Warner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On Thursday 15 November 2007, Eric H. Jung wrote:
  After I submit the form to add a new menu item to my drupal navigation menu
  (Home » Administer » Site building » Add Menu Item tab), I get this error
  and the menu item doesn't display:
 
  user warning: Duplicate entry '4' for key 1 query: INSERT INTO
  instaclick_menu (mid, pid, path, title, description, weight, type) VALUES
  (4, 1,
  'http://downloads.mozdev.org/instaclick/instaclick-1.0.xpi', 'Install', '',
  1, 118) in /mozdev/sandbox/drupal/drupal-5.3/includes/database.mysql.inc on
  line 172.
 
  Any ideas?
 
 This must be a problem with the mozdev installation profile I've put 
 together.  
 I've fixed the problem for your site (and brief's, if they're reading).  I'll 
 take a look at the installation profile before the next drupal site is setup 
 so this doesn't happen again.
 
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Re: [Project_owners] drupal error

2007-11-16 Thread Douglas E. Warner
On Thursday 15 November 2007, Eric H. Jung wrote:
 After I submit the form to add a new menu item to my drupal navigation menu
 (Home » Administer » Site building » Add Menu Item tab), I get this error
 and the menu item doesn't display:

 user warning: Duplicate entry '4' for key 1 query: INSERT INTO
 instaclick_menu (mid, pid, path, title, description, weight, type) VALUES
 (4, 1,
 'http://downloads.mozdev.org/instaclick/instaclick-1.0.xpi', 'Install', '',
 1, 118) in /mozdev/sandbox/drupal/drupal-5.3/includes/database.mysql.inc on
 line 172.

 Any ideas?

This must be a problem with the mozdev installation profile I've put together.  
I've fixed the problem for your site (and brief's, if they're reading).  I'll 
take a look at the installation profile before the next drupal site is setup 
so this doesn't happen again.

-Doug


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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal available for project use

2007-10-24 Thread Douglas E. Warner
On Tuesday 23 October 2007, Steve Parker wrote:
  having /drupal/ is a no go for us

 Is that not up to the URL provider?

Unfortunately, no.  We're providing this tool in a single location across all 
projects.  If POs have a better suggestion as to what path could be, let us 
know (see the previous thread for discussion).

-Doug


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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal available for project use

2007-10-23 Thread Michael Vincent van Rantwijk, MultiZilla
Douglas E. Warner wrote:
 Drupal is now available for general project use.
 
 If you are interested in using Drupal for your project, please visit the 
 following page and follow the instructions to get it setup:
 http://www.mozdev.org/drupal/wiki/MozdevDocs#toc9
 
 -Doug

a href=/drupal/blogBlog/a a href=/drupal/forumForum/a a 
href=/drupal/wikiWiki/a

Seems like we need alternatives, because having /drupal/ is a no go for us.

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Re: [Project_owners] Drupal available for project use

2007-10-23 Thread Steve Parker
Michael Vincent van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
 having /drupal/ is a no go for us
Is that not up to the URL provider?
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