Changelog Digest for Wed, Sep 24

Sep. 24th, 2014 09:58 am
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d0c4b0c: Issue #951: Fix line feeds
Replace CRLF with LF across various (mostly outsourced) files.
238f0aa: Issue #950: Make htdocs/admin/theschwartz.bml use the table prefix
Fix SQL queries to use database table prefix where needed.
f69933f: Issue #710: warn people when they did not assign keywords to icons
Add a warning to the /editicons page if any icons still have default keywords.
4b7a614: Issue #825: make rename tokens independent of accounts
Allow the user to enter a rename token ID manually.
8c51004: Issue #742: screened comment text slightly inaccurate still in comms
Change screened comment success message to better reflect who can see it.
30bb4eb: Issue #728: Use language for community on /manage/settings/?cat=display (Entry Style and Icon Style options)
Use consistent language for community settings.
369ae5d: Issue #728: Use language for community on /manage/settings/?cat=display (Entry Style and Icon Style options)
Remove the old label text from the translation database.
5b36420: Issue #906: lack of confirmation when commenting anon in a community where anon comments are screened
Fix typo in translation key so that proper text can be included.


756e042: Issue #82: Set the legend background to be transparent
Make legend tag in tropo schemes transparent instead of using background color.

Amanda's Deflowering

Sep. 24th, 2014 04:48 am
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Posted by George R.R. Martin

You shoulda been there.

Once again Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer took Santa Fe by storm. Songs, stories, signed books. And Amanda's cocktail, the Deflowering, was a huge hit.



Tomorrow another special event... a special advance screening of COPENHAGEN, with director Mark Raso and star Gethin Anthony.

And we have two more big author events coming up in the weeks to come: KIM HARRISON on September 30 and LEV GROSSMAN on October 13. Getcha tickets early, or you may miss out again.

Seen on the Streets...

Sep. 23rd, 2014 04:53 pm
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Posted by George R.R. Martin

... of New York City.

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The worldbook will be here next month!

Birthday of the Beast

Sep. 20th, 2014 11:39 pm
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Posted by George R.R. Martin

66 today.


Dare I eat a peach?

Coolness at the Cocteau

Sep. 18th, 2014 07:01 pm
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Posted by George R.R. Martin

We had a great event at the Jean Cocteau Cinema last week, when Dennis Lehane came by to present his new movie, THE DROP.   A fun interview, a busy booksigning, and a sold-out screening... everybody went away smiling, and Dennis seemed to enjoy his first visit to the Land of Enchantment, and promises to come back one of these days.  He also signed a lot of stock for us, so if any of you out there are looking for an autographed copy of MYSTIC RIVER, SHUTTER ISLAND, THE GIVEN DAY, THE DROP, or any of Lehane's titles, contact the cinema.

The Cocteau schedule for this week will be even more exciting.  On Sunday night, September 21, our friends NEIL GAIMAN and AMANDA PALMER will be paying us another visit, for an evening of singing, signing, and storytelling.  The fun starts at 7pm... but, alas, if you don't have tickets yet, you're probably out of luck, since that event sold out within hours of us announcing it on our email newsletter.  (Don't get our newsletter?  Easily fixed.  Go to the website at and sign up.  Newsletter subscribers get first crack at all of our coolest events).

The Cocteau will also be presenting THE COMPANY OF WOLVES, director Neil Jordan's twisted take on Little Red Riding Hood, based on the classic story by Angela Carter.  Neil Gaiman picked this film for us, and we've asked him to introduce it.  The movie starts at 9:20.

Our bar will be serving The Deflowering, a specialty cocktail designed for us by Amanda Palmer.

All in all, a busy Sunday.  That's just the start, however.

Come Wednesday, September 24, we have another very special event scheduled: a special advance screening of COPENHAGEN, a film by Mark Raso, fresh off the festival circuit and well in advance of its North American release.  Here's the trailer:

Director MARK RASO and star GETHIN ANTHONY will both be on hand for the COPENHAGEN screening, to introduce the film and answer your questions afterwards.  Gethin, of course, is well known to GAME OF THRONES fans as the late, great Renly Baratheon,  brother to Robert and Stannis, husband to Margaery Tyrell, lover of her brother Loras.    Come meet him at the Jean Cocteau... advance tickets to the screening are still available at the Cocteau website.

See you at the movies.

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