Jeng: Mr_Midnight: how’s your upgrade going?
Higgens: Jeng: won’t be happening until either tonight or tomorrow night, don’t want to take things down while the site might be getting most of it’s traffic
Punzo: The nice thing is that this is all comp time so I get the time back : and next wednesday I am taking off to play the Destiny expansion Taken King that’s coming out lol
Jeng: Comp time is good. sometimes better than money
Yobst: Jeng: Amen to that, I have enough money to pay my bills and have a good time. getting time back is more important :
Casanas: Quitting time. have a good weekend all I might be back if the MySQL upgrade crashes and burns
Wildridge: So, how do I add a chatroom to my website’
Pazik: CheckDavid: program one.
Nethery: That takes a long time
Frend: Learning + Developing
Lokan: A chatroom on your website? . . . . .?
Buchmann: CheckDavid, look for a plugin?
Lokan: CheckDavid: doesn’t sound like the greatest idea.
Baston: Narcisse: I tried, what I wanted speifically I couldn’t find, and in terms of general chat plugins there seem to be a few around, not sure which one is more recommended.
Carvin: Opsec: could you elaborate a bit more on th idea? I am interested in knowing your pov on this
Lokan: CheckDavid: you’re going to have to maintain/police it, there’s already a mountain of chat options, it’s inconvenient for most users.
Sontheimer: What’s inconvenient for most users? To engage in the chat I am hosting?
Buechner: You mean there are already a mountain of chat options for users? or in terms of plugins?
Lokan: Most users already have several chat accounts, asking them to make yet *another* to keep track of. inconvenient
Lokan: Having chat in a website. how many websites do you see with chatrooms enabled?
Moncivais: Not many. Web chat is dead.
Lokan: You’d be better off making a room here or some other discussion network
Lough: CheckDavid: what is it for?
Lokan: But really, you need to step way back and ask yourself, why would users *want* to chat on my website and not discussion, slack or something else?
Mainero: Opsec: discussion is hard for most users, and didn’t like the general discussion applets that are available
Cable: Opsec, maybe he’s making a pr0n cam website or something :p
Lokan: Ideas are great, if well thought out. i get “ideas” all the time. that go no further ;
Lokan: Narcisse: there’s software for that. red5
Falge: Opsec, lol okay, you’re the expert! 😀
Lokan: Anyway. more drug kingpin do***entaries for me.
Calamarino: Opsec: well, it will be a place where they can engage with me personally, in a virtual environment which I control, and where I may host whichever events I wish
Jeng: CheckDavid: Google Hangouts when they work are pretty good.
Nazareno: I don’t even know how it works, can people join at will?
Beadling: Because in SKype people have to be invited 1 by 1 I think
Jeng: You can set it that way, or you can require admitting them.
Croteau: Well, can be a solution.
Raid: I wanted something self hosted, but yeah, I may just go that route.
Brustkern: Thanks for the suggestion sterndata
Anderlik: Hi, I just backed up my WP website
Mcdaniel: As always, I appreciate.
Holda: Congrats reavengrey :p
Haugrud: Hi, I just backed up my WP MYSQL DB, from my local server, and I imported it on my upstream host
Sundstrom: But I don’t see the changes taking effect
Jeng: Reavengrey: now set it so it automatically backs up itself on a regular basis.
Walmsley: Do I have to trigger my upstream WP to “realize” the DB has changed?