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    Cody Hoag
    @codyhoag
    Cool! I've heard Gitter doesn't have a restriction on messages. That would be nice
    Michael Williams
    @mwilliams2014
    Hello folks
    Rich Sezov
    @sez11a
    Yeah; I joined this a week or so ago; liked it better than Slack, and then Ray today archived his blade Slack channel and brought it here.
    Jesse Rao
    @jrao
    yes, Slack's message limit is real handicap
    Rich Sezov
    @sez11a
    So I figured, it's free, it integrates well with Github; why not use it?
    Cody Hoag
    @codyhoag
    Yep, I've poked around a little this morning. I like it so far
    Jesse Rao
    @jrao
    Engineering isn't thinking of jumping ship from Slack to Gitter, are they?
    Rich Sezov
    @sez11a
    Jorge says they're "officially testing" Gitter. I think it's the 10,000 message limit that's the issue.
    Michael Williams
    @mwilliams2014

    Didn't realize slack had a limit

    I like the support of markdown in the chat
    Rich Sezov
    @sez11a
    Yeah, it's quite nice
    Cody Hoag
    @codyhoag
    Yeah; Markdown support is really nice
    Michael Williams
    @mwilliams2014
    Well played Sir
    Cody Hoag
    @codyhoag
    The Github emoticons will be awesome to use too! :goberserk: :godmode:
    Rich Sezov
    @sez11a
    Okay; I just added the badge to our README file.
    This is how good the Gitter integration with Github is: liferay/liferay-docs#130
    Cody Hoag
    @codyhoag
    nice!
    Russell Bohl
    @rbohl
    These gitter rooms are public, correct?
    Just confirmed by navigating here with Chrome, where I'm not signed in. So just keep that in mind.
    Rich Sezov
    @sez11a
    You should've gotten signed in automatically through GitHub.
    Russell Bohl
    @rbohl
    Yeah, what I'm saying though, is that the conversation can be viewed by anyone, even when not loggedin to github. I couldn't post when not loggedin, but I could see the whole converasation. Conversely, trying to navigate to the liferayeng part of slack without being loggedin did not work. These are public chat rooms in gitter.
    Rich Sezov
    @sez11a
    Yeah; that's because it's tied to an open repository (liferay-docs).
    Other rooms would be private
    Try this in a not-logged-in browser: https://gitter.im/liferay
    Russell Bohl
    @rbohl

    "You've tried to access liferay's private organization room and you do not belong to this organization.

    But you can still chat by simply selecting one of the public rooms below."

    [link to the liferay-docs room]

    Because Liferay is an organization, we have a private room, I think.
    this is a repo-room, which inherits its permissions from the repo
    Rich Sezov
    @sez11a
    If I added integration to the liferay-training-ee repo, it would be the same, because that repo is private.
    It inherits from the repo. If you can access the repo, you can access the chat.
    Russell Bohl
    @rbohl
    I just thought it was good to make that clear here, in case anyone thought it was a private chat room, ala Slack.
    Rich Sezov
    @sez11a
    Yes; thank you. In fact, I let people know in the Liferay organization room because you notified me here.
    Russell Bohl
    @rbohl
    Nice. I'm glad my wet blanket attitude towards chat tools yielded some benefit.
    Daniel Fernandes
    @mdannyfernandes_twitter
    Hello, nice to meet you all! :)
    FunkyMan4415
    @FunkyMan4415
    hello @all
    i need a tutorial for liferay dxp portlet
    Russell Bohl
    @rbohl
    Hi, have you looked at the docs in the customer portal? https://customer.liferay.com/documentation/7.0/develop/tutorials
    There's a section there devoted to migrating your older plugins which has some portlet information, and a section devoted to developing portlets inDXP. If you don't find what you're looking for there, let us know what we're missing!
    There's still a lot of developer docs to be written, so let us know if there's an urgent need that's not covered already.
    Russell Bohl
    @rbohl
    @FunkyMan4415
    abdulsmrehman
    @abdulsmrehman

    Hi,

    I am trying to customise the control_menu in liferay 7 . I have created a theme contributor for the same but always all 3 menu are shown "product menu","control menu" and "simulation menu" . I want to remove simulation Menu completely . Could anyone help me in achieving this ?.

    Cody Hoag
    @codyhoag
    @abdulsmrehman you could disable that functionality from Portal without messing with any themes.
    You could do this via the Gogo Shell
    Find the related modules: lb | grep Simulation
    441|Active | 10|Liferay Product Navigation Simulation (2.0.1)
    442|Active | 10|Liferay Product Navigation Simulation Device (2.0.3)
    443|Active | 10|Liferay Product Navigation Simulation Theme Contributor (2.0.2)
    444|Active | 10|Liferay Product Navigation Simulation Web (2.1.0)
    then stop them. e.g., stop 441
    Doing this disables the modules contributing that functionality
    Adding them back is just as easy: start 441
    Cody Hoag
    @codyhoag
    For any additional questions you may have, I'd recommend posting on Liferay's Forums (https://web.liferay.com/community/forums) or Community Slack channel (https://liferay-community.slack.com). Those are monitored more by Liferay experts/employees than this channel. :smile:
    abdulsmrehman
    @abdulsmrehman
    Thanks @codyhoag (y) . with your above suggestion i was able to remove the simulation menu. But, I was actually looking for a way to stop/remove the simulation menu on deploying the custom theme contributor pro-grammatically rather than logging into Gogo shell . Is their any possibility ?