The number is a timestamp that tells you when the error occurred. You can convert it into a date e.g. using http://www.epochconverter.com/.
You need to check your server's error log from that time. You will see the error details there. view reply
It sounds weird that a plugin would write metadata on every page load unless the user is creating or editing content. I recommend figuring out what exactly is happening.
Find out which plugin it is by using the normal routine: disable all... view reply
Each Elgg site has their own individual needs, so a single hard-coded manager role is not something we would want to add into the Elgg core.
There has however been discussion about adding a capabilities... view reply
Michele, does that mean you don't have command line access or that you're not willing to learn awesome git magic? ;)
Dries is interested, so I'm going to make a very short tutorial in any case. :) view reply
Ah, good question. For that you'll need access to command line. First you need to get the code from Github using git and then install the core dependencies using composer.
I can give more detailed instructions in a separate thread in case you... view reply
how to test open issues? Installing on my server?
Yes, install the latest stable version of Elgg, choose an open issue and try to reproduce it.
How to then re-test changes in real-time?
What do you mean? view reply
Good catch. There doesn't seem to be much difference with those. And it seems like the views we're registering for simplecache are not even used anywhere.
These issues should get fixed once we do an overhaul for the icons... view reply