# 20151127 (Friday, 27 November 2015)¶

I fixed #623 which was intersting because it revealed a conceptual problem: I added lino.modlib.comments.mixins.RFC.

I added a field lino_noi.lib.clocking.models.Session.faculty.

I defined a slave summary for SessionsByTicket: lino_noi.lib.clocking.ui.SessionsByTicket.slave_summary

StartTicketSession no longer shows in the workflow buttons (show_in_workflow is now False).

Hamza, I realized that you were right: fab initdb should have worked. Your problem was because mysite is not declared as a demo project in the fabfile.py. I now created #637 because your pitfall was caused by this. in order to fix it, you must add a call to add_demo_project in the fabfile.py of lino_extjs6. But since add_demo_project requires a Python module name (not a path), you must move the “mysite” directory somewhere below lino_extjs/ (I suggest e.g. lino_extjs6.projects.demo).

## Durations of more than 24 hours¶

The lino.utils.quantities module did not yet support duations of more than 24 hours. Now it does. The problem was that it used str on a datetime.datetime instance without checking for its value of days.

>>> x = datetime.timedelta(days=128)
>>> print repr(x), isinstance(x, basestring)
>>> str(x)
'128 days, 0:00:00'


## Working late in the night¶

The WorkedHours had a subtle bug: when a session had been across midnight (starting before midnight and ending the next day), then it was being computed on both days.

## Better usage of memo_parse¶

Memo commands in the description of a ticket (e.g. a text like “See [ticket 37]”) were interpreted only by the bootstrap3 interface (i.e. when watching them on http://bugs.lino-framework.org/) and not by the extjs interface. Now also there.

Memo commands in a Comment did not yet work at all. Now they work in both user interfaces.

## Repaired test suites¶

There were several cases failing in the test suites of Lino Welfare and Lino Noi after my changes of last days.

## Interest from Québec¶

Lino received congratulations from Dario Gomez-Tafur, the author of django-softmachine. There are chances that we will collaborate in the one or another way. I joined the ring, my ringID is fa8a41081c6794f9e93e036b38ad9cac058a907a and I added this to my contact page.