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Seeing something I haven't seen before, building something that never existed before.

Collecting new skills and experiences like precious shinies.

Technology Strategist & @elgg expert, occasional @withknown contributor, Hacker, Wanderer.

Have laptop, will travel.

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I would personally like to see sessions decoupled from the data store, e.g. so you could have a mongo db and a memcache session store or something.

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You should be able to set anything that you can from the interface, since all this does is perform an authenticated POST.

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Should be at least functionally possible, you just need to set the appropriate values on the search filter & write the controls.

PRs welcome :)

Meanwhile, in the UK's ever faster march towards fascism: Government bars foreign academics from advising on Brexit

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That's probably one for Convoy...

LinkedIn change their api from time to time, plus there were some core Known api changes that forced an update to this plugin relatively recently. It's possible these haven't been merged back.

Either way, they'll have access to debug info which I don't :)

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Have you tried against the latest code?

It looks like this is issue , which was closed by 062760d

Loving this NiN mix. Helping me work, although its not long before I can no longer resist the urge to dance:

Going to coin the term "Average for Abingdon", a chocolate box pretty town full of small minded, knuckle dragging, chromosome deficient, brexity fucktards, who are afraid of any form of progress:

Excellent breakdown on the NSA hack by Edward Snowden, absolutely worth a read:

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Just related to this, as I ran into it with ACLS.

Due to the JSON encapsulation, it is possible to save associated arrays in objects, however they are not *searchable* unless you're on mongo, which allows dot notation.

So, if you want to have a value that is searchable, you'll need to flatten the array in your object's metadata.