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Carolus Rex
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Carolus Rex

Hubzilla Cookbook

 On the riverbank (Map) 
For my upcoming birthday I would like to put together a book of recipes from the fine folks here on Hubzilla.

Would you share a couple of your favorite recipes with me? I'll put them into a document for everyone here on Hubzilla.
JRandal
  
Vicki's Zucchini Spaghetti with Ground Beef and Fresh Tomato Sauce

Ingredients for Fresh Tomato Sauce

4 medium to large tomatoes, peeled, seeded, and diced
1 large garlic clove, minced (2 teaspoons)
1/4 cup chopped fresh basil, or 2 teaspoons dried
1/8 cup chopped oregano, or 1 teaspoon dried
1/2 teaspoon salt
Ground pepper to taste
2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil

Instructions

Combine tomatoes, garlic, basil, oregano, salt, pepper, and olive oil.

Ingredients for Ground Beef

1 pound ground beef
2 large garlic cloves, minced
Salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

Mix ground beef, garlic, salt, and pepper. Cook over medium heat until browned.

Zucchini Spaghetti Ingredients

2 large zucchini

Instructions

Using a noodle cutter, make the zucchini noodles. Cook for 5 minutes in boiling salted water. Drain the water.
Add the ground beef and the fresh tomato sauce.  Serve with buttered bread.

This is my wife's original recipe. We had it today for lunch, and I liked it so much, asked her to share the recipe. Will post a photo shortly
Carolus Rex
  
This is exciting! Keep them coming. I'll start work this weekend.
Mike Macgirvin
  
Incidentally - one can probably substitute venison in the Blue Mountain Kangaroo recipe and get something that isn't too far from the original.  Local raw honey can be substituted for bush honey, but I'd squeeze a lemon segment on it as bush honey often has a hint of Lemon Myrtle.
Carolus Rex
 On the riverbank (Map) last edited: Sun, 12 Feb 2017 16:11:56 -0800  
I have reason to believe it is @Rex Mundi birthday (here in PST, for a few more minutes).

We say we don't agree on anything, but honestly he is one of my greatest, closest friends that I have never met in person. I never doubt the sincerity of his beliefs, nor his willingness to ask himself hard questions. A trait I am getting better at myself, thanks to him.

Also, if you have ever heard his voice. I'd pay $100 to hear him read the Hubzilla code in a concert hall.

Happy birthday, 'Rex'

shortcake
Rex Mundi
  
Thanks guys. I needed to see that this morning.
tobias
  last edited: Mon, 13 Feb 2017 12:26:37 -0800  
Even though I believe I am late, I also enqueue to express my best wishes.
But one could at least do a 3 Minute "Hubzilla Audio Book Highlights". I wonder what would qualify.
Maybe
Zotlabs/Lib/ZotDriver.php


(Anyone remember when people did this with decss? ;) I could not find the audio version of the library right now but I am still loving this creative protest.)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DeCSS?wprov=sfla1
giac hellvecio
  
Tanti Auguri Jim ;)
Carolus Rex
 On the riverbank 
@Hubzilla Support Forum

NGINX is giving one member a 500/error permission denied when he attempts to view /network. Other channels, members, pages are all fine.

I found this in the logs when he was attempting access:
2017-01-25 01:50:21:LOG_INFO::network.php:161:z_fetch_url: z_fetch_url: error: http://pod.gaialabs.ch/.well-known/host-meta: Connection timed out after 20000 milliseconds
2017-01-25 01:50:21:LOG_INFO::network.php:1636:fetch_lrdd_template: template (http): Array
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2017-01-25 01:50:21:LOG_INFO::network.php:1425:discover_by_webbie: network:
2017-01-25 01:50:21:LOG_INFO::network.php:1426:discover_by_webbie: address:
2017-01-25 01:50:21:LOG_INFO::network.php:1427:discover_by_webbie: fullname:
2017-01-25 01:50:21:LOG_INFO::network.php:1428:discover_by_webbie: pubkey:
2017-01-25 01:50:21:LOG_INFO::network.php:1429:discover_by_webbie: location:
2017-01-25 01:50:21:LOG_INFO::Finger.php:76:run: zot_finger: oigreslima at
https://hub.sergioflima.pro.br


2017-01-25 01:50:22:LOG_INFO::network.php:161:z_fetch_url: z_fetch_url: error: https://hub.sergioflima.pro.br/.well-known/zot-info?f=&address=oigreslima&token=d4d8ae15733f4174a5cc1949fa9700d8c2cffd1f3ec1fe5b4c16842879a093f8:
2017-01-25 01:50:22:LOG_INFO::Finger.php:101:run: zot_finger: https failed. falling back to http
2017-01-25 01:50:23:LOG_INFO::network.php:161:z_fetch_url: z_fetch_url: error: http://hub.sergioflima.pro.br/.well-known/zot-info?f=&address=oigreslima&token=d4d8ae15733f4174a5cc1949fa9700d8c2cffd1f3ec1fe5b4c16842879a093f8:
2017-01-25 01:50:23:LOG_INFO::Finger.php:108:run: zot_finger: no results


It's at the right time. I'm using "normal" logging. Should I change to debug or all? What should I be looking for?

Thanks!
Rex Mundi
  
If this is about my issue it is the /channel/rex page that won't load. My /network works fine.
Carolus Rex

Setting the start page after login to APPS

 On the riverbank 
This is in docs seems to imply that the entered page will display to non-logged in users:
under pconfig
system.startpage
    Another of those technically hidden configs made available by addons. Sets the default page to view when logging in.  This is exposed to the UI by the startpage addon.


under system
system.startpage
    Set the default page to be taken to after a login for all channels at this website.  Can be overwritten by user settings.


Given the difference in syntax, am I right in assuming that util/config system.startpage /apps would bring a login user to the /apps page instead of /network? And that a member could then override that in their settings.

What is happening now is that I have the startpage plugin activated and /apps set in Admin settings, but /apps shows to non-logged in people, and after login you still end up at network.

I can file a bug report with more info, if helpful.

@Hubzilla Plugin Ideas+ @Hubzilla Support Forum
Mike Macgirvin
  last edited: Wed, 11 Jan 2017 11:41:00 -0800  
The default system behaviour is to use your admin/site settings to choose what content to display to non-authenticated folks. I believe by default it's a login box.

Once authenticated, visiting /home honours the startpage config settings. First we look at pconfig system.startpage. If that isn't set, we use the config. If that isn't set we send you to /network. The startpage plugin allows you to set the personal config (pconfig).

So to answer the question, if you want everybody (unauthenticated and authenticated) to go to /apps, you would need to set the admin/site preference (system.frontpage) for non-authenticated folks *and* set system.startpage for the authenticated folks. I don't believe the latter is available on the admin/site page. It probably should be, and a bug to that effect would be appropriate. I'm on holidays at the moment so I'm not likely to remember unless it gets into a bug report.
Carolus Rex
 On the riverbank 
Is the photo album status update supposed to post every image?
Mario Vavti
  
If you upload multiple images at once yes....
Carolus Rex

By Jim & Shaun

  
Wonderful images of Roosters and bees.
Carolus Rex

By Jim & Shaun

  
Wonderful images of Roosters and bees.
Carolus Rex

By Jim & Shaun

  
Wonderful images of Roosters and bees.
Carolus Rex

By Jim & Shaun

  
Wonderful images of Roosters and bees.
Carolus Rex

By Jim & Shaun

  
Wonderful images of Roosters and bees.
Carolus Rex

By Jim & Shaun

  
Wonderful images of Roosters and bees.
Carolus Rex

By Jim & Shaun

  
Wonderful images of Roosters and bees.
Carolus Rex

By Jim & Shaun

  
Wonderful images of Roosters and bees.
Carolus Rex

By Jim & Shaun

  
Wonderful images of Roosters and bees.
Carolus Rex

By Jim & Shaun

  
Wonderful images of Roosters and bees.
Carolus Rex

By Jim & Shaun

  
Wonderful images of Roosters and bees.
Carolus Rex

By Jim & Shaun

  
Wonderful images of Roosters and bees.
Carolus Rex

API still functional in DEV?

 On the riverbank 
I get "not implemented" errors trying to post via curl and andstatus.

Or am I missing some PHP mod?

@Hubzilla Support Forum
Mike Macgirvin
  
The Twtitter API is now a plugin and would need to be enabled. By default we are only providing the zot API, which is a bit different.
Carolus Rex
  
I assume I'm looking at include/api_zot.php and include/api.php to see the supported functions.
Mike Macgirvin
  
Correct.

There's some basic documentation in help/api_zot - much of which is only a few days old so make sure you've got something current. Andrew started to rewrite this for the new documentation system, but that hasn't landed yet afaik.

There's some really basic info on the original twitter api and some of the old zot api calls in help/api/api_functions ; for the Twitter API it is recommended you look at the official Twitter documentation for usage examples. We don't support the full 1.1 API but if you keep your usage simple it provides basic stream reading and posting on many Twitter API clients (and especially those with StatusNet or GNU-Social variants)
Carolus Rex

Reginald on Christmas Presents

 On the riverbank last edited: Mon, 05 Dec 2016 05:39:35 -0800  
I wish it to be distinctly understood (said Reginald) that I don’t want a “George, Prince of Wales” Prayer-book as a Christmas present.  The fact cannot be too widely known.

There ought (he continued) to be technical education classes on the science of present-giving.  No one seems to have the faintest notion of what anyone else wants, and the prevalent ideas on the subject are not creditable to a civilised community.

There is, for instance, the female relative in the country who “knows a tie is always useful,” and sends you some spotted horror that you could only wear in secret or in Tottenham Court Road.  It might have been useful had she kept it to tie up currant bushes with, when it would have served the double purpose of supporting the branches and frightening away the birds—for it is an admitted fact that the ordinary tomtit of commerce has a sounder æsthetic taste than the average female relative in the country.

Then there are aunts.  They are always a difficult class to deal with in the matter of presents.  The trouble is that one never catches them really young enough.  By the time one has educated them to an appreciation of the fact that one does not wear red woollen mittens in the West End, they die, or quarrel with the family, or do something equally inconsiderate.  That is why the supply of trained aunts is always so precarious.

There is my Aunt Agatha, par exemple, who sent me a pair of gloves last Christmas, and even got so far as to choose a kind that was being worn and had the correct number of buttons.  But—they were nines!  I sent them to a boy whom I hated intimately: he didn’t wear them, of course, but he could have—that was where the bitterness of death came in.  It was nearly as consoling as sending white flowers to his funeral.  Of course I wrote and told my aunt that they were the one thing that had been wanting to make existence blossom like a rose; I am afraid she thought me frivolous—she comes from the North, where they live in the fear of Heaven and the Earl of Durham.  (Reginald affects an exhaustive knowledge of things political, which furnishes an excellent excuse for not discussing them.)  Aunts with a dash of foreign extraction in them are the most satisfactory in the way of understanding these things; but if you can’t choose your aunt, it is wisest in the long-run to choose the present and send her the bill.

Even friends of one’s own set, who might be expected to know better, have curious delusions on the subject.  I am not collecting copies of the cheaper editions of Omar Khayyam.  I gave the last four that I received to the lift-boy, and I like to think of him reading them, with FitzGerald’s notes, to his aged mother.  Lift-boys always have aged mothers; shows such nice feeling on their part, I think.

Personally, I can’t see where the difficulty in choosing suitable presents lies.  No boy who had brought himself up properly could fail to appreciate one of those decorative bottles of liqueurs that are so reverently staged in Morel’s window—and it wouldn’t in the least matter if one did get duplicates.  And there would always be the supreme moment of dreadful uncertainty whether it was crême de menthe or Chartreuse—like the expectant thrill on seeing your partner’s hand turned up at bridge.  People may say what they like about the decay of Christianity; the religious system that produced green Chartreuse can never really die.

And then, of course, there are liqueur glasses, and crystallised fruits, and tapestry curtains, and heaps of other necessaries of life that make really sensible presents—not to speak of luxuries, such as having one’s bills paid, or getting something quite sweet in the way of jewellery.  Unlike the alleged Good Woman of the Bible, I’m not above rubies.  When found, by the way, she must have been rather a problem at Christmas-time; nothing short of a blank cheque would have fitted the situation.  Perhaps it’s as well that she’s died out.

The great charm about me (concluded Reginald) is that I am so easily pleased.  But I draw the line at a “Prince of Wales” Prayer-book.


https://gutenberg.org/ebooks/2830
mrjive
  
I guess this fox is dead too, right?
mrjive
  
ok, that was ironic...
Carolus Rex
  
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