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Thu, Jan 11
Mepps you could also throw a catchable exception on timeout to short-circuit the rest of the calls
Wed, Jan 10
We need to enable TCP proxy pass-through:
Tue, Jan 9
According to @bd808 they're planning to target PHP7+ for the next LTS release, so this is contingent upon upgrading payments-wiki to PHP7. @Eileenmcnaughton says that she's comfortable with running Civi on PHP7, and a lot of us devs are already doing that locally.
Mon, Jan 8
Fri, Jan 5
Also, do you think this might be related? T184200
We tried Tuesday, along with some other stuff, but there was an issue with the Amazon config that made us roll back. There's a fix for Amazon in review now, so hopefully we can deploy again next week.
Thu, Jan 4
Hi @MBeat33. Really sorry about this - I had turned off the nightly run to test the newer, faster version, and forgot to turn it back on. (Thanks @Eileenmcnaughton for catching that). I've re-enabled the nightly run, and after a manual run it seems to be importing all the refunds.
Dec 22 2017
Dec 21 2017
Fixed in f481568099904dc7
Fixed by fd5b2977dfd11e0
FR-tech: to reproduce this error locally, try uncommenting the 'seller authorization note' on line 318 of the amazon adapter.
Dec 20 2017
Dec 18 2017
Our minimum is 1 USD, which would be 1.30 AUD. I guess the donatewiki logic is rounding up?
Dec 14 2017
Dec 13 2017
Argh, we don't get the original amount? I guess if we don't have their email it's ok, but @CCogdill_WMF likes to mention previous donations in the original currency when sending ask emails in the following year.
Our code seems to be overwhelming this when I run it locally on a trunkwiki checkout with all of our extensions enabled
Dec 12 2017
Thanks for calling out those missing refunds @MBeat33 ! Turned out to be a great opportunity for a performance fix.
Dec 11 2017
Dec 7 2017
@jkim_wikimedia Do you care about the specific card type (MC/Visa) getting into Civi, or is it fine for them all to just show up as 'Stripe'?
Dec 5 2017
Hmm, unfortunately this table is so huge that adding a column would mean taking everything down for multiple hours. I don't think we can do this before January.
There's a note on it that says "... added this entry in December 2017, after checking the records and realizing that we had never recorded this in 2012". So yeah, it's legit, just old!