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03:35 bpmedley https://foundit.ninja/ <-- What do y'all think of my latest site?
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05:57 preaction what's it do? i don't give out my location to random websites
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07:14 marcus bpmedley: I gave it my location, and all it said was 'found it'
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09:59 bpmedley Marcus: try searching for something.. :)
10:01 bpmedley preaction: i need to add the ability to search manually with a user inputted address
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10:09 batman off topic, but is there any module that can do stuff like $fh->grep(sub { /foo/ })->tail(10)->grep(sub { /bar/ })->last ?
10:11 bpmedley batman: That'd be neat.  For small files you might be able to use a tied array and Mojo::Collection
10:12 batman bpmedley: yeah, i was thinking about throwing File::ReadBackwards into the mix
10:12 batman but i'm a bit surprised if this doesn't already exist...
10:12 batman i wish ack had a programmable interface :(
10:12 batman ack seems like one big hack
10:13 batman at least last time i looked at it
10:16 bpmedley preaction: It's a site that allows the user to search for physical locations near them.
10:21 bpmedley batman: I didn't mention it; however, Tie::File would give you the array you need for Mojo::Collection
10:21 CHYC batman: Probably not the answer you're after, but could you do that at the commandline? 'tac $FILENAME | grep $FOO | head -10 | tac | grep $BAR | tail -1'
10:22 batman CHYC: that's what i do now, and i don't like it :-)
10:23 batman bpmedley: Tie::File is slow for big files (or at least used to be)
10:23 bpmedley Sure, that's valid
10:23 bpmedley I haven't tried that lately on larger files.
10:25 CHYC batman: I agree, but I doubt any perl solution would be as fast, especially for longer files.
10:26 batman CHYC: as long as the solution doesn't start from top then i'm fine. (File::ReadBackwards fixes that)
10:34 cpan_mojo Minion-Backend-Mango-1.00 by AVKHOZOV https://metacpan.org/release/AVKHOZOV/Minion-Backend-Mango-1.00
10:38 CHYC batman: Yeah, tac does the same.
10:39 batman exactly
10:42 marcus bpmedly: I did search for something, then it said 'found it'.
10:42 bpmedley marcus: Try zooming out, or opening the drawer in the upper left.  I wonder if I should auto reset the zoom.
10:43 marcus bpmedley: maybe it doesn't work well for norway? Suggestions for things I could search for?
10:44 bpmedley Moment, let me check my datasource.
10:45 bpmedley marcus: Will you try searching again pls?
10:45 marcus so is ponies a good search term?
10:46 bpmedley Try restaurant or location name..
10:46 marcus ok, tried coffee, it worked better now
10:46 marcus not quite sure what the next/prev things are doing. The interface is a bit odd, tbh
10:47 bpmedley Yeah, looks like an engineer wrote it.  How can I make clearer that those buttons are for pagination of the results?
10:48 marcus show total number of pages?
10:48 marcus and current one..
10:48 bpmedley hrrm.. I'll see what I can do..
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12:33 sri guess mlehmann is not wrong on this http://blogs.perl.org/users/aristotle/2016/05/coro-vs-5022.html
12:34 sri this has to be one of the worst things i've ever seen in the perl community http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.modules/2016/04/msg95014.html
12:34 sri a new low
12:35 sri "i don't agree with what you're doing with your code, lets take it away from you!"
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12:35 sri despicable
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12:42 batman sri: what goes around comes around...?
12:42 batman not saying it's right though :/
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12:48 sri batman: we refuse to support perl 5.8, take mojolicious away from us!
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13:09 ribasushi sri: I sent you this link ~4 days ago ;)
13:15 batman sri: just saying that mlehmann by choice blocked mine and others code from working.
13:16 sri so do we all the time on major releases and with deprecations
13:17 sri what if the cpan admins disagree with us next?
13:17 batman sri: not the same thing. we don't target individuals that try to use the code.
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13:18 sri yes it is
13:18 batman we target the mojo codebase because we think *most* people benefit from it
13:19 sri you're totally wrong on this
13:19 ribasushi sri++ # getting it
13:19 sri this is open source, if someone disagrees with mlehmann they should fork the code
13:19 mishanti1 It makes for a dangerous presedence if the module author/maintainer cannot make such choices.
13:20 sri Cpanel::Coro and be done with it
13:26 mishanti1 It it just my mind playing tricks on me, or has there been a rise in general hostility in the community lately?
13:27 perlpilot mishanti1: it is probably not your mind playing tricks.
13:29 ribasushi mishanti1: last point of this email: https://gist.github.com/ribasushi/74ce356123ede727e90f#file-2015-02-20-md
13:29 ribasushi tldr: no mind tricks.
13:30 mishanti1 :-/
13:35 jberger I should write a detailed response to all this but generally no you can't take Coro away and Cpanel::Coro is the thing to do here
13:36 jberger I have plenty to say on the p5p vs mlehmann thing but i have to get to work
13:37 jberger One bit though, i didn't know about a removed comment about SWIG and that worries me much more than the rest of it
13:40 jberger mishanti1: i think if you discount preemptive hostility against a new pumpking and a few other things reini complains about because things don't always go his way them no i don't think civility is being lost generally
13:42 jberger And no those views aren't inconsistent, civility is not just for civility's sake
13:43 ribasushi jberger: mishanti1 was asking about hostility, which is semi-orthogonal to civility
13:43 jberger If mlehmann hadn't burnt every bridge around him for 50 miles do you think that Coro would still be broken
13:43 jberger It is still in the same basis set
13:44 jberger Anyway, /me commutes
13:44 jberger Biab
13:51 perlpilot jberger: I really don't understand your burnt bridges comment.
13:51 sri think he means that nobody wanted to fix it for mlehmann
13:53 preaction basically. once mlehmann's involved, the entire thing becomes a massive investment of emotional effort to even get to the actual problem
13:53 * sri actually feels like he's in a similar position with p5p and tries to avoid endorsing things
13:53 preaction so, anyone is free to engage him, but they get to be called incompetent and all kinds of other fun things for their troubles
13:54 preaction i've yet to see you jump down the throats of volunteers trying to help, sri
13:55 sri think when i criticized rjbs for not being hands-on enough that burned a lot of bridges
13:55 preaction there's a difference between not tolerating things, and what happens when that tolerance is reached.
13:56 preaction i mean, as long as it was done respectfully, cordially, or politely, that's perfectly fine. mlehmann is generally none of those things
13:56 * sri would still like to see a non technical pumpking that focuses more on spec writing
13:58 preaction yeah. but you've still got the cat-herding part of it. and, i'm not sure a non-technical pumper would survive p5p...
13:59 preaction like, there's already enough vitriol over the apparent (lack of) technical chops of the current p5p regulars...
13:59 sri that's mostly just reini though
13:59 preaction i could see the argument being made where p5p is kind of a clique, though...
14:00 sri definitely is, the mailing list format enforces that basically
14:01 sri a more open approach would require the list to be split up into smaller parts
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14:04 sri like perl5-language, perl5-internals, perl5-tickets
14:06 sri list like python-ideas are outright enjoyable
14:06 ribasushi sri: sawyer did actually pitch something similar a while ago: http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl5.porters/2014/10/msg221248.html
14:07 preaction yeah, didn't that end in "the current p5p doesn't want the inconvenience of changing their e-mail filters"?
14:08 sri guess i agree with sawyer on something
14:09 preaction maybe as pumply he can get this done
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14:22 preaction i just had a scary thought: these conversations are like a political party...
14:23 eseyman preaction: quite true
14:27 jberger perlpilot: I meant that no one wants to engage mlehmann
14:27 jberger which is pretty much what everyone else filled in in my absence
14:28 jberger Coro is at the extreme of a question that has never gotten an answer: where is the demarcation line between Perl's public C level api and its internals
14:29 jberger I think that generally the argument has been that Coro was over the line and used something it shouldn't have, but still where is that line
14:29 jberger and the fact that SWIG binding relied on the same code is worrisome because that seems to be tacit agreement that that code WAS effectively public api
14:29 jberger SWIG code exists largely on darkpan
14:30 jberger when I see how much effort went into making Test::Builder-on-Test2 not break darkpan the idea that core would break code that says that SWIG relies on it is very frustrating
14:31 sri personally, i think the Coro functionality should be part of core Perl
14:31 jberger sri: that's an interesting idea
14:31 jberger core coroutines
14:31 jberger bet someone like Zefram could hack that out in 20 mins :-P
14:31 sri been saying that for years ;p
14:32 sri wasn't LeoNerd still working on it?
14:32 sri for lazy lists
14:32 jberger he was working on something else
14:32 jberger he just mentioned it though
14:32 sri it's really the same thing
14:32 jberger *LeoNerd hopes to find some time in June to implement async/await
14:32 jberger from #p5p
14:33 jberger yeah, it is all to that same end
14:33 jberger I have a module broken by the lack of Coro too
14:33 jberger Generator::Object
14:34 jberger which is basically python-like generators but more perly of course
14:34 sri many years ago i was close to making mojo depend on Coro :o
14:34 jberger and needs Coro, because how else could you do that
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14:34 sri glad that didn't happen
14:34 jberger sri you still have that gist that is fun to look at
14:34 jberger then again if you had, perhaps Coro wouldn't be broken now
14:35 sri back then goliath.rb was still hip
14:35 jberger I don't know of too many major things could depend on Coro if its breakage has been left alone for so long
14:35 * jberger googles goliath.rb
14:36 sri ironically it was google that killed goliath by buying the company that made it ;p
14:37 jberger as google does
14:45 eseyman there are 54 distributions that depend on Coro currently
14:46 Grinnz I read that as "concurrently" and thought you were making a meta joke
14:47 gtodd is the "fix" for Coro upgrade issues post 5.24 is easyish / easier than 5.22 ?
14:51 gtodd sri:  if Coro became part of CORE it might encourage people to upgrade to newest perl and achieve serenity then :-)
14:52 gtodd oops ... "serenity then"
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15:04 genio Yay.  Peter Seibel got back to me about Exceptions.  He's happy to hand it off but has no idea about his PAUSE credentials.
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15:55 jberger sri: in Minion::Backend::Pg how hard would it be to trigger the notify on retry?
15:59 jberger create trigger minion_jobs_insert_trigger after insert **or update of retried** on minion_jobs
16:01 jberger not sure if triggering on retries or retried is better
16:17 sri don't think i would accept a patch very easily for that
16:18 sri migrations are getting too big, i would have liked the request much earlier
16:18 jberger I didn't know I wanted it until about 15 mins ago :-P
16:18 jberger no problem though, its just an optimization
16:19 sri yea, it's sad how not being able to shrink migrations is limiting progress
16:19 Grinnz_ maybe you need migrations migrations
16:20 jberger MIGRATE ALL THE THINGS!!!
16:20 sri wanted to make a breaking change in 5.0 by merging all migrations, but there was too much resistance from users
16:20 sri well, this is what you get for that, no more progress
16:21 jberger just for devils advocate, the other option is just to let the migrations file continue to expand
16:21 jberger that isn't very tidy I guess, but it isn't prohibited
16:22 jberger </advocate type="devil">
16:22 jberger oh the attribute on the close tag is killing me :D
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16:30 sri i guess it would have been a nice optimization though, especially if you use a named queue without worker for temp storage of jobs
16:33 jberger which is exactly what I'm doing
16:33 sri maybe open an issue for it and collect votes
16:33 jberger ok
16:34 sri with a patch if you have one
16:34 sri the cost matters quite a bit for me
16:35 jberger let me see if I can write a meaningful test
16:35 sri don't think the use of notifications has tests yet
16:35 sri actually another problem, hmm
16:36 jberger and it would be hard to test this anyway since it just is a timing improvement
16:36 sri we wouldn't even notice if they break from a sloppy patch
16:36 jberger indeed
16:38 jberger could a test subscribe to minion.job?
16:38 jberger I see other tests in pg.t that make sql queries
16:38 sri i suppose
16:39 jberger fyi these are the tests I'm working on for banana: https://github.com/jberger/Minion-Banana/blob/master/t/perform_online.t
16:40 jberger though the enqueue logic tests were more fun: https://github.com/jberger/Minion-Banana/blob/master/t/enqueue.t
16:42 sri can't say i'm a fan of the overly generically named parallel() and sequential()
16:42 sri sequence()
16:43 jberger those are only convenience functions anyway
16:44 jberger https://github.com/jberger/Minion-Banana/blob/master/lib/Minion/Banana.pm#L229-L238
16:44 jberger they really are stand-ins for empty subclasses of Mojo::Collection
16:44 jberger where the type is indicative of desired behavior
16:44 jberger https://github.com/jberger/Minion-Banana/blob/master/lib/Minion/Banana.pm#L151-L169
16:45 sri figured that's how it was implemented
16:47 jberger plus with Importer.pm (new thingy I'm trying out) you can rename at import time: https://metacpan.org/pod/Importer#RENAMING-SYMBOLS-AT-IMPORT
16:47 jberger but with the way Importer "works" I don't have to foist it on all the users
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16:49 jberger Importer is cute, it uses the same package globals as Exporter.pm to examine what and how things should be exportable, but it does it from the caller rather than via the exporting module's import method
16:52 sri not my style
16:52 jberger I don't know if it's mine yet either, but I'm trying it out while developing new stuff
16:53 jberger adding Exporter.pm is easier than removing it once it is on cpan
16:53 jberger (at least as long as you don't have @EXPORT)
16:55 jberger hmmmm, now that I'm showing this code off more and more it is probably time that I organize and document it somewhat
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17:09 jberger sri: going to lunch with some cow orkers, but I think I've identified this as the best place to test notifications (as they exist currently): https://github.com/kraih/minion/blob/master/t/pg.t#L480
17:10 jberger I'll write one up as soon as I get back
17:16 * jabberwok having Love::Much for Test::Mojo today
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17:58 sri gotta say, after dealing with bountysource support, i really appreciate the transparency of gratipay when stuff goes wrong https://github.com/gratipay/inside.gratipay.com/issues/604
18:02 sri hope they keep growing again
18:10 jberger sri: http://paste.ubuntu.com/16206516/
18:11 jberger or this time with diff highlighting: http://paste.ubuntu.com/16206529/
18:11 jberger $notified was already used above, would it be better to use a different variable?
18:12 sri no, but i think i undef with an assignment usually
18:14 sri test looks reasonable, but i'm a little worried it might make developing different backends harder
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18:20 jberger there is already a fair amount of SQL being done in that test
18:20 jberger let me look but I'm pretty sure that SQLite and MySQL both use their forms of listen too
18:20 sri which can usually be directly translated to whatever backend the new one uses
18:21 sri notifications are not really like that
18:22 sri just a nitpick, not a real objection
18:22 jberger yeah, its worth investigating
18:23 jberger so Minion::Backend::mysql looks like it uses Mojo::mysql::PubSub
18:24 jberger though interestingly Minion::Backend::SQLite does not use Mojo::SQLite::PubSub
18:27 Grinnz_ didn't see a reason to, it's just polling
18:27 Grinnz_ IIRC
18:28 jberger Grinnz_: sure that makes sense
18:29 jberger but from the perspective of backends trying to implement that proposed new test it would be harder to port that one
18:29 Grinnz_ what's the test trying to test?
18:30 jberger if the push notification actually happens
18:30 jberger which maybe is something that Minion::Backend::SQLite doesn't need to care about
18:30 Grinnz_ it doesn't use push notifications, so it's probably just not relevant
18:30 jberger Grinnz_: this comes because I was proposing to emit a push notification on retries too (for ::Pg backend)
18:31 jberger and we realized that even the enqueue notification isn't tested
18:31 vicash jberger: maybe the backend can have a method that states whether it supports push notifications or not. if it doesn't the test is skipped
18:31 Grinnz_ right, there's no notifications for the SQLite backend. it just drops it in the table and that gets polled eventually
18:31 Grinnz_ so you can check the table but thats about it
18:32 jberger vicash: the tests suites have to be ported anyway
18:32 jberger this isn't like p6roast
18:32 jberger (though that might be kinda cool)
18:32 jberger would be a cool job for a GSoC
18:33 sri minion roast
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18:58 jberger ok well I made the PR anyway: https://github.com/kraih/minion/pull/33
18:58 jberger for the new test at least
18:59 jberger the fate of that one will likely inform whether I submit a PR for the retry notification
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20:34 genio Well, I now have Exception, Exceptions, and SimpleException first-come.  If you have ideas, I'm all ears.
20:35 jberger genio: I'd like to see Exception be something like python's exception base class
20:39 genio https://docs.python.org/2/library/exceptions.html#exception-hierarchy  quite a bit bigger than I expected
20:40 Grinnz_ Exception::Class is sorta what I'd expect Exception to be
20:41 Grinnz_ maybe not the exact API, but the idea
20:42 pink_mist maybe ask on the p5p mailing list for ideas?
20:47 genio I think I'll spend some time this evening going through the various Exception thingies already on the CPAN and writing up something about how they work and once I have some info gathered.  Maybe I should have done that _before_ asking for the namespace.  But at least I have it now and can pass it along quickly to someone else if that turns out to be the best course of action.
20:48 Grinnz_ genio: it's not like there's a status quo that has to be maintained for it in the meantime.
20:56 jberger genio: I don't mean that you should implement all of the python exception heirarchy
20:56 jberger I just kinda mean have a generic base class for exceptions
20:56 jberger which might be what Grinnz_ is saying about Exception::Class
20:58 Grinnz_ right
20:58 Grinnz_ Throwable is another, but requires Moo so it's less generic
20:59 genio jberger: I took it that way. :)  my comment was more along the lines of, "oh, I didn't realize they had so many built-in exceptions"
21:00 genio Then reading through a bit on Exception::Class made me look at Throwable, etc.  I realized I should have done a bit of homework ahead of time. :)
21:01 jberger genio: yeah, it is one of the few things I miss when moving from python back to Perl
21:01 jberger another is the "with" block
21:01 jberger http://eigenhombre.com/2013/04/20/introduction-to-context-managers/
21:02 jberger its like I use localized tied scalars and other people use scope guards
21:02 jberger but they are more directly bound to the block itself
21:02 haarg genio: also see https://metacpan.org/pod/Throwable::SugarFactory
21:03 haarg which is building something like Exception::Class on top of Throwable
21:18 sri genio: guess the best thing you could do would be to write up an Exception spec and make Exception the generic implementation
21:19 sri which imo should be the most basic variant you can get away with
21:20 sri also, don't take advice from me, so far i failed at anything exceptions
21:21 genio After going through the homework above, it's my goal to write up the spec and get input on that before working on any implementation.  I'd rather it be something usable than yet another thing nobody cares about.
21:23 sri right
21:25 sri never understood why autodie made it into core
21:25 sri it's clearly not good enough
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21:27 * sri wishes there was a pragma that magically turned all perl string exceptions into objects
21:27 jberger sri: ooooh
21:27 sri (on the receiver side)
21:28 CW So if a method is being called and prformed, it should not be returning a 404 error to the ajax call, right?
21:29 jberger CW: that depends a lot on circumstances
21:30 jberger you might intentionally reply with a 404
21:30 haarg Fatal was in core.  Fatal was folded into autodie.  so autodie had to go into core for that to be maintainable.
21:30 jberger like if your api is a view into some other resource (database for example)
21:30 CW hrm, yeah, looks like its the issue with the $self->render/routing issue again...
21:30 haarg i like the idea of autodie but i don't trust the implementation at all.
21:30 sri haarg: ah, so that's how it happened, makes sense
21:31 sri my biggest problem with autodie is the performance cost
21:31 sri when i activated it mojolicious wide the tests took a few seconds more to run
21:31 CW even thought, I have a routing for it. it claims the route doesn't exist.
21:32 sri the use of smartmatch and categories in autodie was really smart
21:32 sri really liked that
21:33 CW and yet it still routes it to the method. therefore. the $self->render is the issue.
21:33 sri ah, the pattern in the first example, i want to use exceptions like that! http://search.cpan.org/~pjf/autodie-2.29/lib/autodie.pm#EXCEPTIONS
21:34 haarg smartmatch does work rather nicely with overloads
21:34 jberger sri: in some sense that is the same as an exception object inheritance heirarchy
21:34 sri jberger: yea
21:34 haarg just too bad it doesn't anywhere else
21:37 CW Wish there was some decent documentation on this stuff... Oh, well, I have a nice wall next to my head...
21:37 jberger CW: can you make a minimal example
21:37 jberger we don't know how to help you
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21:38 jberger when you do ./myapp.pl routes
21:38 sri CW: is your mojolicious old? i don't think we say it didn't find a route anymore for a very long time
21:38 jberger you still don't see it?
21:38 sri modern mojolicious says that it couldn't generate a response
21:39 jberger my initial guess is that you either have a syntax error in the controller class or else you have your controller class's package name incorrect (possibly on the package line)
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21:43 CW what code, would you need to see? Route + method? would that be enough?
21:48 CW my $logged_in = $r->under('/')->to('login#logged_in');
21:48 CW $logged_in->any('homescreen')->to('homescreen#homescreen');
21:48 CW $logged_in->any('/homescreen/order_detail')->to('homescreen#order_detail'    );
21:48 CW my $homescreen = $r->under('/homescreen')->to('login#logged_in');
21:48 CW $homescreen->any('/order_detail')->to('homescreen#order_detail');
21:48 CW . '</label><br> <label>Service Address:</label><label id="so_detail_service_address">'
21:48 CW . '</label><br><label>Latitude:</label><label id="so_detail_latitude">'
21:48 CW . '</label><br><label>Longitude</label><label id="so_detail_longitude">'
21:48 CW . '</label>';
21:48 CW print $tdStr . "\n";
21:48 CW $self->stash( ticketList        => $ticStr );
21:48 sri STOP!!!
21:48 CW $self->stash( contactContent    => $ccStr );
21:48 CW $self->stash( ticketDetails     => $tdStr );
21:48 CW $self->session( ticketList        => $ticStr );
21:48 CW $self->session( contactContent    => $ccStr );
21:48 CW $self->session( ticketDetails     => $tdStr );
21:48 CW $self->render;
21:48 CW }
21:49 pink_mist CW: please don't paste in the channel =(
21:49 CW was kicked by sri: CW
21:49 CW joined #mojo
21:50 sri it is considered extremely rude to paste into an irc channel
21:50 sri use a paste site like gist.github.com
21:51 CW Sorry. How does one share something like that?
21:52 pink_mist use a paste site like gist.github.com
21:54 CW https://gist.github.com/anonymous/0c2c79a1235a00297e7e192bec9c5656 <- like that
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22:06 CW Whats better 404 not found or ERR_EMPTY_REsPONSE ?
22:13 preaction what's the problem you're responding to?
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22:27 jberger CW: do you have a template of the appropriate name to be rendered?
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23:08 bpmedley CW: did you get your issue fixed?

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