air travel – Is cooked food (non-liquid) in cooler bag, second-carry on part of carry-on allowance?

This is very complicated. Sure, a thermal bag is a bag, end of story, but what do you plan to put inside it and where?

In general, carrying cooked food across security is near impossible where liquid restrictions are in effect. You’d need to have some food which does not have any liquid and even then they might deny you because pasta, certain kind of sausages, cheese spread etc count as liquids.

It becomes more interesting if you buy food at the airport past security because some airports will allow you to buy food you can carry on and if you move a cooler bag from your carry on to the inside of the “food on the fly” paper bag just so the food lasts longer, I do not see it causing a problem.

dnd 5e – If a character can make multiple attacks as part of an Attack action, do all of them need to be done with a light weapon to use Two-Weapon Fighting?

The Two-Weapon Fighting rule states:

When you take the Attack action and attack with a light melee weapon that you’re holding in one hand, you can use a bonus action to attack with a different light melee weapon that you’re holding in the other hand.

If the character can make multiple attacks as part of the Attack action, do all of them need to be done with a light melee weapon to qualify for making the bonus-action attack?

Specifically, can I make one attack with a light melee weapon in one hand and make one bite attack with a natural weapon, and then use my bonus action to make an attack with a second light melee weapon in the other hand?

Trying to run a Macro as part of a Rule in Outlook

I’m trying to run a Macro as part of a Rule in Outlook. Here’s my macro:

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I then try to add it as a rule:

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However, when I click on "a script", nothing shows up:

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How can I make it run the macro I’ve created above? Thanks!

8 – With sites/default/files not part of the git repo, which content will be used in dev?

I am using a composer managed drupal install and want to use git to move it between development and production environments. From what I understand, the only directory that is not supposed to be in the git repo is sites/default/files. Everything else incl. modules, themes, composer files etc. would be in the repo. Composer would only be run in local dev, but not in production.

What I don’t understand is which content would be used in dev when the files folder does not contain the files from production? Is it just test content, for example created by devel generate? And what happens when a new dev joins the team? Will (s)he get a db dump from another dev system to set his/her environment up, because a db dump from production would include content linking to files that are not there due to the missing files directory!?

Hope you can help me to ensure I am thinking into the wrong direction.

Project Summary Web Part – Linking/Sharing with a Business Dashboard site

I’m struggling with my learning curve with Sharepoint, have a fair amount of experience with websites, html, json, javascript, but something isn’t “clicking” with me on Sharepoint. I’m trying to set up a simple project management farm, with each project having its own subsite. After struggling through setting the test subsites up as classic sites (in order to link task to the project calendar) I’m now trying to set up the Executive Dashboard. I’m just like to include all of the subsites “Project Summary” webparts on the Dashboard page, so that project sponsors can see if there are late/upcoming items for all of their project without having to review all of the subsites, but for the life of me, I can’t figure out how. I’m spend a lot of time googling, but either I’m using the wrong terms, or there are aspects of Sharepoint I need to learning/exploring; I can’t believe that something what appears to be so simple (and would be very straightforward on a website) is so difficult to set up in Sharepoint. Any guidance/information would be very, very much appreciated!!!

DDD – Is it valid to have entities that are not part of any aggregate? (problem domain description included)

I’ve tried Googling this using several phrases and I simply can’t find this asked anywhere so I hope this isn’t too silly a question.

I’m just dipping my toes into DDD and I have a toy project I’m building around Defi in the crypto space. In short the point of the project is to read a bunch of information from smart contracts and then performs some calculation and analysis to determine degrees of token inflation etc.

I’ve modelled my domain into entities and Value Objects as described below, but I end up with multiple “orphaned” entities that don’t seem to fit into an aggregate.

I’ve not seen this situation mentioned anywhere so I wonder if a single entity is aggregateless or if it simply becomes the root of an aggregate without sub-entities?

This is how I modelled my domain

  • Entity: DeFi Farm (aggregate root) – Represents a DeFi farm containing multiple staking pools. Pools make no sense outside of a farm
  • Entity: DeFI Staking Pool (part of DeFi Farm aggregate root) – Represents a given pool its reward payout rate etc. Doesn’t make any sense outside of an exchange so part of that aggregate
  • Entity: Stakeable asset – Used in Staking pools. Can exist outside of a staking pool though and is sort of independent of the DeFi farm too (reason being a given stakeable asset could be used in multiple farms)
  • Value Object: Token – ERC20 token. Stands on its own. Used by stakeable assets, farms and pools but doesn’t need them to exist
  • Entity: Smart Contract – Used by all of the above but makes sense outside of them (i.e. there exist things that use smart contracts that are neither of the things I have in my domain so far)
  • Entity: Blockchain Network – An exchange lives on a given network, but the network happily exists without any of the other things.

So now I’m in a position where Pool, Token, Staked Asset, Token, Contract and Network have a life of their own. Should these be aggregate-less entities or simply entities in aggregates of size 1?

I’m also a bit unsure on Entity vs Value Object here because in Blockchain everything has a unique ID by design (its contract address).

Thanks in advance.

content type – Why is a site page converted to a wiki / web part page when viewing the properties?

I created a new page from the main site using the new button. This places a page in the Site Pages library with a content type of Site Page.
Newly added page

If I click on the Content Type drop-down it automatically changes it to a wiki page and the site page type is no longer visible. I didn’t select a new type it just changed it by itself. Why is this?

Automatic conversion

I can no longer edit the page or republish it. Instead it shows this error message:
Error republish/edit

Can Lightning work without the “network” part?

Let’s imagine a minimal version of the Lightning network with a single “central” lightning node (say a service provider which we can call a Server) surrounded by thin clients (the actual users potentially simply using open-source client software on their phone).

The network part in this scenario is non-existant as communication simply happens between Users <-> Server. Obviously to pay anybody in this system both users have to use the same Server.

I would imagine then each User simply having a channel open with the Server and whenever users Alice & Bob need to make payments with each other they simply use their single open channel with Server, and Server adjusts the 2 channels accordingly to follow on the payment. Alice & Bob each get their confirmation instantly validated by their open-source thin client (hence no trust with Server is needed).

I know there’s has been lots of research and complexity around the “network” part of Lightning (such as routing mechanisms and funding channels etc) hence I was curious whether a simpler Client<->Server approach as mentioned above would be an easier and more user-friendly implementation strategy to begin with.

Are there any downsides of this approach apart from the clear fact that in order to make payments users have to use (but not trust!) the same Server?

target users – Should I interview existing offline customers as a part of foundational research?

I am pursuing a Google UX design professional certificate. In this course I need to design the UX for a project titled: “Design a specialised app for a travel agent”. As a part of foundational research, I need to identify target users and interview them. I have identified one travel agency that has been in business for more than 5 years and has a sufficiently large existing user base; this agency has no app or website. Their customers call them and visit their office to do what is needed.

My question is: Would it be helpful to interview some of the existing offline clients as target users?

target users – Can i interview existing offline customers of travel agency as a part of foundational research to design an app for that agency?

I am perusing a Google UX design professional certificate. In this course I need to design UX for a project titled : “Design a specialised app for a travel agent”. As a part of foundational research i need to identify target users and interview them. I have identified one travel agency who is in business for more that 5 years and have a sufficiently large existing user base and this agency has no app or website. Their customers call them, visit office, and do the needful.

My question is: Can I interview some of the existing clients as target users?