Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #galileo, 2013-05-13

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01:52 riba joined #galileo
01:52 riba jberger: oi, you've got mail
01:54 * jberger reads
01:56 jberger wow
01:56 jberger I'll see what I can do
01:56 jberger riba++
01:56 riba jberger: airfare can go up, and rooms may run out - "see" quick
01:56 jberger I will!
01:57 riba jberger++
02:04 jberger I can promise at least two lightning talks :-)
02:09 riba jberger: does this mean you're game or...?
02:10 jberger I can't really check the books until tomorrow morning
02:10 jberger but it means that I WANT to be able to
02:10 riba \o/
02:10 jberger thats all I can say right now
02:22 jberger anyway, I would be happy to do lightning talks about mojo and galileo and even my science work
03:22 riba &
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13:15 Topic for #galileo is now Chatter about Galileo CMS and GalileoSend websocket file sending protocol | logged at irclog.perlgeek.de/galileo/today
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17:44 Fatalnix Hey there! I'm curious about Galileo as a CMS, is it easy to extend?
18:10 run4flat Greetings Fatalnix
18:11 run4flat Off the top of my head, I actually couldn't tell you
18:11 run4flat jberger, however, is the author
18:11 run4flat he could likely give you some pointers on how you might extend it
18:12 run4flat I've not looked closely at Galileo's structure myself, but I have looked at a number of projects authored by jberger
18:12 run4flat they are usually well designed with decoupled components
18:12 run4flat in which case the question is not "Is it easy to extend?" but rather, "Is it extend to extend to handle X?"
18:12 run4flat So, Fatalnix, what is your particular X feature?
21:57 jberger Fatalnix, o/
21:58 * jberger reads
21:58 jberger Fatalnix, what is it that you want to extend?
21:59 jberger theming and templating probably could be done quite easily, and if someone were to try I would be interested in helping make the necessary changes to Galileo to make it easier
22:17 Fatalnix sorry, was at work all day, and then went rollerblading with the gf. I was just throwing out a question, because I'm looking to deploy a new site with someone for our minecraft server, with special console management features, etc, and I just wanted to know what people from here thought of its extensiveness and versatility
22:17 Fatalnix I glanced at the code earlier today on ghithub
22:18 Fatalnix jberger: you're the author of Galileo? that's cool! I think I know you from somewhere...
22:19 Fatalnix obviously Perl wise
22:37 jberger I am indeed the author :-)
22:37 jberger what's your name? Perhaps I can think of where you know me
22:37 jberger I did give two talks at YAPC::NA last year
22:38 jberger anyway, I'm all for trying out some extensions, I just really haven't worked on it in any way
22:38 jberger I'd be curious to see what changes would be needed
22:39 jberger Galileo's stated goal is to be easy to install and run, with nearly no technical experience needed
22:39 jberger I wouldn't want to move away from that
22:39 jberger but, if extensions could be added without losing that, I'm all for it
22:40 Fatalnix lol, I just removed an iptables rule on one of my xen servers, and as soon as I removed the nat rule my modem disconnects from the DSL line
22:40 Fatalnix at home*
22:41 Fatalnix jberger: I don't usually change my alias. I never went to any talks though, I meant as in around the perl irc network, or maybe freenode?
22:42 jberger I blog often on blogs.perl.org and I hang out on stackoverflow [perl]
22:43 Fatalnix hmm, well I don't even know how Galileo works yet, I'm about to try it out, thats why I'm working with nat..
22:43 Fatalnix one of my virtual servers is being port forwarded to right
22:44 jberger ah, one thing
22:44 jberger while the front-end doesn't need them, the backend requires WebSockets
22:45 jberger and so far that means that Galileo must be run under the mojolicious servers
22:45 Fatalnix oh yeah I saw that
22:45 Fatalnix are the websockets used like a live API?
22:45 jberger in a worst-case scenario, you can make the changes on a tiny private instance (with the same database connection)
22:45 jberger yes
22:46 jberger they are used for page editing
22:46 Fatalnix neato, so this means that I could potentially use AJAX and perl to make some interactive components then?
22:46 jberger absolutely
22:46 Fatalnix that is bad***
22:46 Fatalnix (as in good)
22:46 jberger mojo is all about real-time non-blocking etc
22:46 Fatalnix yeah
22:47 Fatalnix that's one reason I like it.
22:47 jberger \m/
22:47 Fatalnix I haven't really been able to play with it so that's why I came here.
22:47 Fatalnix played with Mojo::Lite just a little
22:47 Fatalnix and everyone else at work is all ogling over PHP still :P
22:48 Fatalnix like its 1999
22:49 jberger :o
22:49 jberger the way I like to describe it is: its like node except with Perl (and thats a good thing)
22:50 Fatalnix heh
22:51 Fatalnix I'm wondering, maybe I could make use of Galileo for my existing project
22:51 Fatalnix I've been working on making a live mojolicious ticket system that supports slave / master over external networks
22:51 Fatalnix etc
22:51 Fatalnix well, planning out.
22:51 Fatalnix and authentication via LDAP / kerberos plugins instead of mysql if you want, etc
22:52 Fatalnix here at work, we can really use it because we use active directory (ew) and everyone can just log in with their domain
22:52 Fatalnix via kerberos over samba
23:01 jberger rather than building that on Galileo, I might just suggest that you use it as a reference for how to do some of the things
23:01 jberger basically none of those words are things that I have support for in Galileo
23:01 jberger then again, if you want to write some kind of plugin, so much the better :-)
23:20 Fatalnix heh

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