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    Filippo Campi
    @eikichi18
    Thanks @bloodbare :)
    Ramon Navarro Bosch
    @bloodbare
    @svx maybe would be great to add docker hub badge on G Readme so its easy to follow up to the docker image.
    sven
    @svx
    @bloodbare nice idea! I will check
    sven
    @svx
    ![Docker Cloud Build Status](https://img.shields.io/docker/cloud/build/plone/guillotina)
    @bloodbare is that the right URL I always get confused with Plone and Guillotina on Docker Hub :)
    Ramon Navarro Bosch
    @bloodbare
    ja j a u are a master! Looking forward PR
    sven
    @svx
    Give me a moment, I am on it
    Nathan Van Gheem
    @vangheem

    sorry, I screwed up, working too fast and accidentally committed directly to master my cherry pick: https://travis-ci.org/plone/guillotina/builds/653628955?utm_medium=notification&utm_source=email

    I'll fix

    Ramon Navarro Bosch
    @bloodbare
    @vangheem I needed to remove the master protection for administrators otherwise releasing is complex!
    Ramon Navarro Bosch
    @bloodbare
    @svx docker hub builds are broken
    Cloning into '.'...
    Warning: Permanently added the RSA host key for IP address '192.30.253.112' to the list of known hosts.
    Permission denied (publickey).
    fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
    Please make sure you have the correct access rights
    and the repository exists.
    please ensure the correct public key is added to the list of trusted keys for this repository (128)
    Juan Carlos Coruña
    @oggers
    Hi everybody, it's the first time I post here. I'm just evaluating grange in order to substitute @plone/restapi-angular
    BaseView (grange/views/base.ts) as I can see in the constructor is limited only to authenticated users. What is the reason for this?
    Since it is an object exposed on the public api it should be used for creating custom views, isn't it?
    Ramon Navarro Bosch
    @bloodbare
    @ebrehault ^
    Jordi Collell
    @jordic
    Hey, we have started another big project on the company using guillotina. (but this time, without the data layer). Just guillotina framework + asyncpg (and normal postgres schemas).
    Do you think that makes sense to opensource the way we managed it?
    It's something more or less equivalent at setting up pyramid with postgres and traversal.
    It's a guillotina (with permission system, traversal, zca, ....)
    Nathan Van Gheem
    @vangheem
    I'd be interested in at least taking a look at what you did if you're willing!
    Jordi Collell
    @jordic
    @vangheem sure! Just tell me when you can and I can show you it... and explain the rationales
    Jordi Collell
    @jordic
    I'm doing guillotina_react things. (Do you think that we need to pair releases of guillotina_react with guillotina)... like saying guillotina_react should be tagged as 6.x
    Jordi Collell
    @jordic
    ?
    Jordi Collell
    @jordic
    On another side, guillotina has evolved from a company project, to a project used on some companies (4 or 5) if I'm not wrong, and also we built some projects around it (in our case 2)... This makes me thing that right now we have to be super careful on braking changes... Something like (no braking changes)..
    I know it's hard .. but I think the backwards compatibility compromise it's a key point for using something...
    Later, if we want to brake something, I think the path should be to not brake it (just provide something else, and keep both things.. )
    What do you think? @all
    BTW, yesterday @masipcat_gitlab deployed G6 to production :)
    Jordi Masip
    @masipcat_gitlab
    I agree with you but let me introduce breaking changes during G6 alphas!
    Jordi Collell
    @jordic
    NOOOOO
    haha
    Jordi Masip
    @masipcat_gitlab
    @vangheem @bloodbare @lferran can you review plone/guillotina_elasticsearch#66 please?
    Nathan Van Gheem
    @vangheem
    reviewing!!

    @jordic I definitely agree. Major versions it should be somewhat okay to break some things though.

    The elasticsearch changes will I think be the final breaking changes for g6 right?

    @masipcat_gitlab can I make you owner on pypi of guillotina_elasticsearch?
    what is your pypi handle?
    Jordi Masip
    @masipcat_gitlab
    Yes
    I'm @masipcat
    The elasticsearch changes will I think be the final breaking changes for g6 right?
    No
    Yes *
    Nathan Van Gheem
    @vangheem
    No/Yes? lol :)
    @masipcat_gitlab done!
    Samuele575
    @Samuele575
    Hi,
    I’m helping @eikichi18 to develop an application using guillotina_amqp, but we found a problem trying to connect the “task” created by the worker and a simple web socket. We’ve created an object using the guillotina_amqp worker, notified the event to a subscriber, which put it on an utility queue, and tried to sent on a web socket, as shown during the training. The problem is that the worker do not allowed us to open the socket directly so we are force to open a second service on an other port that manages it. So we have the worker service opened with the “g amqp-worker” command, on the local port 5672, and the socket service open with the simple “g -c config.yaml” o “g” command, on the 8080. At this point we find the problem: the worker does not see the list of opened sockets and the socket does not read the events notified by the worker when an object is created in the database, as if we are managing two different instance. We think it could be a solution to save the socket’s list in the context using a new behavior, but first we are glad to hear a more expert opinion, maybe there is an easier way to connect the socket and the worker and we are doing something wrong.
    Ferran Llamas
    @lferran
    @vangheem @masipcat_gitlab @jordic guillotina sync?
    Jordi Masip
    @masipcat_gitlab
    @bloodbare ^ ?
    Filippo Campi
    @eikichi18
    @lferran what is guillotina sync ?
    Ferran Llamas
    @lferran
    @eikichi18 sorry! that was unrelated with @Samuele575 's question.
    Filippo Campi
    @eikichi18
    ah ok, sorry :)