Logs for #nikola for 2016-02-21

01:02:24 <[Tritium]> can you disable galleries?  I dont use it, and it addes a lot of js overhead to my uploads
03:07:10 <KwBot> [nikola] tritium21 opened issue #2257: Support breaking pages/posts into multiple pages https://github.com/getnikola/nikola/issues/2257
03:09:04 <[Tritium]> huh.  I thought github issues allowed you to label your issues even if you wernt a contributor to the project
08:58:31 <ChrisWarrick> [Tritium]: delete those files from your base theme and disable the plugin responsible for galleries (render_galleries iirc)
08:59:04 <[Tritium]> noted
08:59:12 <[Tritium]> will try tomorrow
08:59:57 <ChrisWarrick> KwBot: tell Lenz `self.site` should point to the site object, which has access a `GLOBAL_CONTEXT` dict, which you can add to using the `GLOBAL_CONTEXT` setting in conf.py.
08:59:57 <KwBot> ChrisWarrick: acknowledged.
17:32:06 <gour> hello, in recent time i was looking at flat-file CMS for our non-profit to enable non-savvy users easily adding content which led me to Grav (PHP) and Lektor (Python). what are future plans for Coil?
17:32:36 <ChrisWarrick> gour: Patches welcome.
17:33:11 <gour> ChrisWarrick: i know about it, but wonder how much is Coil used by Nikola users?
17:33:33 <ChrisWarrick> gour: Probably not much… it wasn’t too promoted, TBH
17:34:05 <gour> i see...have you maybe tried Lektor? it looks interesting...
17:40:23 <ChrisWarrick> gour: Ronacher is a butthurt baby who forces Python 2 here. Doesn’t look future-proof.
17:41:15 <gour> ChrisWarrick: that's true....i know he did start some blog engine in the past which was quickly abandoned
17:42:18 <gour> Grav is, otoh, very actively supported, but it's PHP
17:43:00 <ChrisWarrick> gour: Contribute some patches and new ideas to Coil and use that.
17:45:34 <gour> ChrisWarrick: check Grav, it has lot of useful features out-of-the-box, plenty of plugins...too bad that idea of flat-file CMS is not more popular within Nikola users
17:46:15 <ChrisWarrick> gour: perhaps it needs more promotion? I’m too busy to do some of my own projects, let alone mantain a semi-stable Flask app.
17:47:13 <gour> ChrisWarrick: i understand you're busy...here i mean more of positioning/moving Nikola from SSG to flat-file CMS
17:48:30 <gour> Nikola can even use PHP as input already
17:51:16 <zdzichu> hi guys
17:51:42 <zdzichu> I;m migrating my blog into Nikola, I'm very happy with what I'm seeing
17:52:44 <zdzichu> I have about 13 years of posts on my blog and I'd like to retain urls like this: http://enotty.pipebreaker.pl/2016/01/25/tak-sie-powinno-robic-samochody/
17:53:29 <zdzichu> I almost got it fine with archive settings, I can go into /2016/01/25 and see the post, but the direct link does not work. Is there a setting which would help me?
17:57:34 <ChrisWarrick> zdzichu: cześć!
17:57:49 <zdzichu> cześć kwpolska
17:58:10 * gour is checking issues/milestone
17:58:26 <ChrisWarrick> zdzichu: you can get that URL structure with a bit of manual work.
17:59:33 <zdzichu> generally, I'm fine with new posts appering at /posts/; I want post made so far to stay at their urls
17:59:53 <[Tritium]> well, if you want redirects....
18:00:57 <ChrisWarrick> zdzichu: https://chriswarrick.com/ https://github.com/Kwpolska/chriswarrick.com/tree/master/posts
18:01:41 <ChrisWarrick> zdzichu: no redirects necessary, and with  ("posts/*.rst", "", "post.tmpl") in POSTS you can get  /2016/01/25/ urls just fine
18:04:11 <ChrisWarrick> zdzichu: jogger [*]
18:04:51 <zdzichu> yep
18:05:12 <zdzichu> I seem to be getting somewhere
18:05:13 <zdzichu> thanks
18:26:31 <gour> anyone knows how much are python-markdown extensions compatible with php's extended markdown?
18:54:29 <zdzichu> ChrisWarrick: works perfectly. Dziękuję
18:55:12 <ChrisWarrick> :)
19:46:47 <ChrisWarrick> gour: the e-mail is perfect, btw/
20:22:20 <gour> ChrisWarrick: thanks. you've helped me, btw ;)
22:28:47 <[Tritium]> do rst admonitions render poorly for anyone else, or is it just me?
22:30:24 <[Tritium]> http://i.imgur.com/pDAXrCk.png << like that poorly