Since we didn't manage the second summer hackfest, how about an
For me this would have to be next year; the rest of this year (weekends)
are basically full up.
Venue yet to be determined, format to be about the same as the previous
If you're interested in coming, visit Meetomatic and tell me when (you
can put in the comments whether you have a preferred location - likely
to be London or Oxford)
Dominic Hargreaves | http://www.larted.org.uk/~dom/
PGP key 5178E2A5 from the.earth.li (keyserver,web,email)
A couple of weeks back OGL's Postgres installation was upgraded. I
made a dump of the database before that happened, but it seems to have
been in a slightly inconsistent state - key constraints broken in some
places, probably due to me removing enormous swathes of spam in a
rather brutal fashion. As a result, I can't currently restore it. I
tried commenting out the restraints in question in the dump before the
restore (which let it happen), and then locating and deleting the
errant nodes, but I obviously wasn't doing something right.
Could someone with more knowledge in this department please help me
out? I'm happy to give you a copy of the dump to test.
Thanks very much,
I accidentally posted this to OG London. Whoops. Sorry if you get it
Following upgrade to the latest Debian package (0.59-1) my Openguide is
failing. Running it directly, I get the not terribly helpful:
Floating point exception
It looks like a Debian perl thing... Also getting the same error from
my blog (blosxom) though not all perl programs.
There's a megabyte or so strace here, from running wiki.cgi. Looks like
it's loading the modules fine, but then breaks. Anyone with Perl and
strace voodoo got any ideas? No logged bugs against perl-base that give
me any clues...
Rev Simon Rumble <simon(a)rumble.net>
The Tourist Engineer
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