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Episode 26: Books Are Great


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@Mario Vavti  - only items posted by your PeerTube connection after the connection is added will appear in our stream, is that correct?
In other words, add the connection and wait for the next item to be posted on PeerTube, this will be the first item that will appear in your stream. :-)
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Hey all,

A few questions regarding 2.6RC and CardDav integration in core:

Where did the documentation of the correct caldav/carddav end point go? I remember looking this up on the plugin page.

Secondly, where do I activate caldav access for a certain channel. The Android app doesn't accept any of the possible end points I tried.


Haha, okay. Is it possible for use to run another hubchart site or mirror it someone? I never looked into how that actually works.
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@Paolino created it and has opensourced it somewhere... IIRC it is a java application...
@Mario Vavti Awesome, now it works! Thanks for your help!

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Hey all,

For some reason my cloud storage refuses to accept *.md files when I try to copy them onto a davfs2 mounted Hubzilla instance. I tried two empty files, both didn't exist on the server. That's the result:

root@darkstar:/tmp# cp test.txt /mnt/tmp/
root@darkstar:/tmp# cp /mnt/tmp/
cp: cannot create regular file '/mnt/tmp/': Invalid argument

Is there a setting which disallows markdown files?

UPDATE: It's not a davfs2 bug, it also happens when I try to copy the files using Dolphin. According to Dolphin it's a permission problem.


The debug log doesn't help, only the successful transfers turn up.

@Mario Vavti not actively, but it might be a goog idea to skim through the server configuration. Could there also be a php setting which forbids certain file names?
I tried cadaver today. There is apparently something wrong with my server setup. It sends back a 403 error:

Uploading /tmp/ to `/dav/matraxi/': failed:
403 Forbidden

This can't have something to do with the OS I'm on. I have to look into my server configuration.
@Mario Vavti Your tip was the correct one. For some reason I had the following in my nginx configuration:

location ~* \.(tpl|md|tgz|log|out)$ {
                deny all;

I don't even know why I ever put it there, it's a stupid idea for something that provides cloud storage ;) Thank you for pointing me in the right direction.
Hey @Hubzilla Support Forum+

I'm trying out the wiki in Hubzilla 2.0 and noticed something strange. I'm trying create a wiki page containing some html code examples. If I add the html-code in the markdown file as code (indented 4 spaces), it shows up perfectly fine in the view section, but as soon as I save and reload the wiki page, my code example is gone.

I assume this has something to do with the sanitization of the wiki content. Is this behavior intended? Wouldn't it be better to escape the html code and leave it where it is?
Hey thanks guys, sounds like y'all discovered the solution before I even had a chance to look into it :-) I knew I was doing something wrong there.
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Should be #fixed

And I don't think you did anything wrong. This is one of those subtle code interactions you really don't discover until it's in the wild.
Awesome, Team Hubzilla as helpful as always. Thank you @Mike Macgirvin and @Andrew Manning
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If a line of code contains a "x" in two brackets "[..]" it somehow gets interpreted as a ticket box of a todo. Is this a bug or am I doing this wrong. Here is an example:

Ah, that's where it comes from. Yeah, doesn't make a lot of sense in a code block....
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Hey all at @Hubzilla Support Forum+

Somehow the registration-process on my hub is completely broken. I've got a configuration where a social private channel is supposed to be set up automatically. My hub is also set to invitation only. Somehow this doesn't fully work:

  • Even though system.default_permissions_role is set to social_private, the automatically created channel is set to social
  • The "Name or Caption" part in the registration-form is totally ignored. The name on the profile is set to the first part of the email (the one before the @)
  • The nickname field is also ignored, the username is set to the first part of the email used to register, too.

The relevant configurations:

config[system][auto_channel_create] = 1
config[system][default_permissions_role] = social_private

Could anyone point me in the right direction to work this out? I really don't even know where to start.



Hubzilla version: 1.12 - 1181
already applied. git pull

careful not to scare people arriving from diaspora gnusocial and company... :-)

Yeah, my apologies. That took longer than it should have.
'Yeah, my apologies. That took longer than it should have... '

this is sheer terror.

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