These are chat archives for TelescopeJS/Telescope

19th
Nov 2014
Wilson Peng
@wilsonpeng8
Nov 19 2014 01:27
hey anyone here?
I'm having trouble deploying to modulus and was wondering if anyone can help
It says everything is deployed and running but I get this message Unable to connect to any application instances.
Sacha Greif
@SachaG
Nov 19 2014 02:01
I'll be doing a hangout this thursday. Come join us :) http://meta.telesc.pe/posts/LPbT5WNdmRDqGy35b
@arist0tl3 look into customizing the postTitle template
Cloud Unicorn
@cloudunicorn
Nov 19 2014 03:55
@SachaG Sorry to jack the issue thread, prob better discussed here. Anyway, 1.0 branch seems to work, trying to figure out why it nuked some of my CSS
Cloud Unicorn
@cloudunicorn
Nov 19 2014 04:03
K, weird, it seems to be only adhering to CSS rules that don't exist in your base/hubble theme. I'm loading them as dependencies in my custom theme...
api.use([
'templating',
'telescope-base',
'telescope-theme-hubble',
'telescope-newsletter',
'telescope-daily',
'telescope-lib'
], ['client']);
Daniel Klose
@kLOsk
Nov 19 2014 12:04
so I tried to pull the 1.00 release and get the git issue: error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge:
.meteor/packages
.meteor/versions
should I stash this, or is it safe to override. i believe packages should be stashed, but how about versions?
@engagr I recently created a custom theme myself. My recommendation is to ditch all the default themes
it’s a quite a mess to be honest
currently telescope lives off of two themes. The theme-base and the theme hubble
and they have redundant css
I installed compass and merged the sass code
now I use codekit to compile the scss files into one clean theme
@SachaG, btw what’s the plan for this? I found a lot of bugs whilst doing this and now have a relatively clean boilerplate theme that has not dependencies
maybe it would be a good idea to commit this?
Sean
@arist0tl3
Nov 19 2014 19:48
@SachaG Thanks -- exactly what I was looking for!