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bio website debiki.com
location Oslo, Norway
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seen Jun 1 '13 at 6:04

Software developer. On my spare time I'm sometimes building a hopefully better discussion system for blogs and forums:

About: http://www.debiki.com
Demo: http://www.debiki.com/demo/-71cs1-demo-page-1

All original source snippets that I post on StackOverflow and StackExchange sites are licensed under Creative Common's CC0 (in addition to the license prescribed by StackOverflow.)


Jun
1
comment Best practice for versioning wp-config.php?
@Ashfame Thanks! I didn't notice dirname.
May
30
comment Best practice for versioning wp-config.php?
How do you reference the-local-config-file-in-the-parent-directory from the main config file? Via a symbolic link, or via ../ (i.e. ../filename) somewhere? — I didn't find any ../ in the main wp-config.php file.
Oct
23
comment How to debug a unit test for a WordPress plugin, which uses wordpress-test?
@kjetilh If PHP really tries tot execute a (non-existing) program XDEBUG_CONFIG, then I wonder if there's a typo in your script? (The $install_blog_cmd command clearly executes WP_PHP_BINARYXDEBUG_CONFIG= simply sets an environment variable (I'm using Ubuntu Linux, the Bash shell). Please note that that line is concatenated with the following line (i.e. the WP_PHP_BINARY line), note the trailing ..)
Oct
23
comment How to debug a unit test for a WordPress plugin, which uses wordpress-test?
@kjetilh I don't remember this issue particularly well. As far as I can remember, my PHP config file was rather unusual, in that I had configured PHP to automatically connect back to the client. Perhaps your PHP debug config file (xdebug.ini) isn't similar to mine, and hence remote_enable=Off is not needed (?)
Jul
17
revised Does releasing a plugin under the AGPL force people to open source their whole WordPress installation?
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Jul
17
answered Does releasing a plugin under the AGPL force people to open source their whole WordPress installation?
Jul
17
accepted Get name and email of current unregistered user, who has recently submitted name and email in comment form?
Jul
15
awarded  Teacher
Jul
15
revised Get name and email of current unregistered user, who has recently submitted name and email in comment form?
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Jul
15
answered Get name and email of current unregistered user, who has recently submitted name and email in comment form?
Jul
15
comment Get name and email of current unregistered user, who has recently submitted name and email in comment form?
(Perhaps there should be a "Public computer [x]" checkbox when a user submits a rating, that's checked by default, and if it's checked, the plugin wouldn't highlight one's ratings.)
Jul
15
comment Get name and email of current unregistered user, who has recently submitted name and email in comment form?
Perhaps I shouldn't highlight comment ratings at all for unregistered users then. — Or I would have to add a "Log out" button whenever a user has left a comment. (I actually do that, for another platform (not WordPress) — and in that case, one has to "login" (specify one's alias at least) in order to rate a comment.)
Jul
15
comment Get name and email of current unregistered user, who has recently submitted name and email in comment form?
@fdsa "however users might not like still being half logged in" — that's a good point. What if they don't realize that the system highlights their ratings, because of a cookie, and then they leaves the computer. What if it's in a public library — then someone else could find out how they've rated other's comments.
Jul
15
revised Get name and email of current unregistered user, who has recently submitted name and email in comment form?
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Jul
15
comment Get name and email of current unregistered user, who has recently submitted name and email in comment form?
@fdsa Yes a cookie would probably be needed regardless, in case [someone who has not commented before (so name+email is unknown)] submits a comment rating. Then I'd still like that user to have his/her rating highlighted
Jul
15
comment Get name and email of current unregistered user, who has recently submitted name and email in comment form?
@fdsa re: authentication: they probably specify name + email (or log in, if they are registered users).
Jul
15
revised Get name and email of current unregistered user, who has recently submitted name and email in comment form?
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Jul
15
asked Get name and email of current unregistered user, who has recently submitted name and email in comment form?
Jul
15
accepted How to debug a unit test for a WordPress plugin, which uses wordpress-test?
Jul
13
comment How to debug a unit test for a WordPress plugin, which uses wordpress-test?
@EAMann By the way, do you know why I couldn't change the title, earlier today? But now it was possible to change the title. ((Well it might be the case that I didn't notice that it was actually (?) possible to change the title, earlier today, but that I did notice it now.))