blueskies

Yeah, I could put in a pull request for that but, ugh, I'd have to dive into the docs mark-up not very familiar with that 🤪 I'll have a look though. But thanks for the info!

blueskies

Ah okay, and the shortnames will stick around for a bit? The docs are a bit confusing, I'm used to Int and such, but I have a team member new to SS and wondering why there's DBInt in the list, and Int is used in the examples.

blueskies

Hey guys, we're getting some experience with SS4 and I'm a bit confused about a docpage. I see on https://docs.silverstripe.org/en/4/developer_guides/model/data_types_and_casting/ that the data types changed their name (prefixed with DB, so instead of Text --> DBText). But that naming is not used anywhere in the examples on the docpage... so does anyone know what the current SS4 standard is? Do I use

  1. private static $db = [
  2. 'Wheels' => 'Int'
  3. ];

or

  1. private static $db = [
  2. 'Wheels' => 'DBInt'
  3. ];

Int and Text and such still work, but I don't know if that's a temp backwards-compatibility fix or if that's the standard...

blueskies

Sure we have a sheet with everything in it from last year. I'll pm @asp to give him access.

blueskies

Hi @asp, I'm one of the co-hosts from last year's event (Stacey from Lemon8) and we did have most costs covered by sponsorship and ticket sales. There is always the risk of not selling enough tickets, but the tickets covered (in our case) roughly 1/4 of the total budget. The sponsoring is really what makes it happen and the earlier you start, the better financial plan you can make. The sponsoring is what determines the scope of the event. If you want more info, pm me. And @wmk I'm thinking there were some other people interested in a co-host option last year right? Even some in (southern) Germany I believe?