Calcular meta de atendimento em Python

Boa tarde pessoal!
Sou iniciante em Python e estou com alguns problemas para resolver.
Tenho uma série de critérios em horas, e preciso calcular o quando uma Ordem de Serviço vai ser concluída, ou precisa ser concluída.
Os critérios de horas são 24 hrs, 48hrs e 120hrs úteis para concluir a O.S.

Vamos aos exemplos:

tenho uma ordem de serviço que precisa ser concluida em 24 horas uteis, ela foi criada 13/11/2020 08:00:00, ela vai somar 8 horas hoje, dia 14 8 horas, dia 15 4 horas(domingo) e dia 16 4 horas.
Então a meta de atendimento dessa O.S é 16/11/2020 12:00.

Lembrando que essa O.S pode ser criada em qualquer hora do dia e eu preciso descobrir qual o dia, mes, ano, hora, minuto e segundo que vence essa OS.

Alguem pode me ajudar, ja passaram por isso?

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wp query – Sort wordpress custom posts based on meta value

I’m trying to sort the custom posts based on meta value as priority level1, level2 and level3. I have given a dropdown field in post meta as featured posts, standard posts and basic posts. I want to display them as featured posts on top, then standard posts and then basic posts. I tried with below code but it’s not sorting the posts in the order.

Any guidance or advise much appreciated!

Here is my code:

    'name'          => __( 'Listing Type Options', 'text-domain' ),
    'id'            => 'lising_type_options',
    'type'          => 'select',
    'child_of' => '',
    'options' => array(
        '' => 'Select Listing Type',
        '1' => 'Basic',
        '2' => 'Standard',
        '3' => 'Featured',
    'desc' => ''

if( isset( $lp_type ) && !empty( $lp_type ) ){
     if( $lp_type == '3' ){
          $lp_type = 'Featured';
     } elseif( $lp_type == '2' ){
          $lp_type = 'Standard';
     } elseif( $lp_type == '1' ){
          $lp_type = 'Basic';
} else{
     $lp_type = '';

This is the query:

            $args = array(
                    'post_type' => $type,
                    'post_status' => 'publish',
                    'posts_per_page' => $postsonpage,
                    'paged'  => $paged,
                    'post__not_in' =>$ad_campaignsIDS,
                    'tax_query' => $TxQuery,
                    // 'meta_key'   => $MtKey,
                    // 'orderby' => $lporderby,
                    // 'order'   => $lporders,
                    'order'      => 'DESC',
                    'orderby'    => 'meta_value',
                    'meta_query' => array(
                        'relation' => 'OR',
                                    'relation' => 'OR',
                                        'key'     => 'lp_listingpro_options',
                                        'value'   => 'lising_type_options',
                                        'compare' => 'LIKE',
                                        'key'     => 'lp_listingpro_options',
                                        'value'   => 'lising_type_options',
                                        'compare' => 'NOT LIKE',

functions – What are the meta fields for an attachment?

You can easily inspect all the metadata for any post like so:

// 123 is the attachment post ID
var_dump( get_post_meta( 123 ) );

And in a default WP setup with no plugins or theme which add custom metadata to the image attachment post, the metadata you’d get are:

  • _wp_attached_file — string, the image file (path and name) for the attachment post

  • _wp_attachment_metadata — array (serialized), the sizes for the image like ‘thumbnail’ (including original size), and metadata from EXIF/IPTC info.

  • _wp_attachment_image_alt — string, the image’s alternative text

As for the other attachment post details like title, they are in the post data (in the posts database table):

  • post_title — image title

  • post_excerpt — image caption

  • post_content — image description

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Extend an existing (Core) Gutenberg Block (not the meta attributes but the block it self)

I’m trying to update an existing Gutenberg Block (core/heading) to show multiple input fields. There are many tutorials that show how to add attributes (showing in the right sidebar) , but I can’t find any info on how to extend the block it self.

Can anyone explain if/ how this can be done?

What I'm trying to do

Meta query ignores multiple values of the key

I have the following post meta for posts:


//Example value: 
array ( 0 => 'en', 1 => 'gr', )

// A list of allowed countries



//Example value: 
array ( 0 => '0' )

// True/False -> If true ( '1' ), _post_allowed_countries act as disallowed countries

and this is my meta query:

    'relation'              => 'OR',
        'relation'          => 'AND',
            'relation'      => 'OR',
                'key'       =>'_post_allowed_countries_not',
                'value'     => '',
                'compare'   => 'NOT EXISTS'
                'key'       =>'_post_allowed_countries_not',
                'value'     => '0',
                'compare'   => '='
            'key'       =>'_post_allowed_countries',
            'value'     => serialize('gr'),
            'compare'   => 'LIKE'
        'relation'      => 'AND',
            'key'       =>'_post_allowed_countries_not',
            'value'     => '1',
            'compare'   => '='
            'key'       =>'_post_allowed_countries',
            'value'     => serialize('gr'),
            'compare'   => 'NOT LIKE'

So basically I am trying to query all the posts that have gr as one of their allowed counties or they don’t have gr as one of their disallowed countries ( gr in reality is the current’s visitor country code ).

The problem seems to be that the meta query only checks for the first value of _post_allowed_countries. Is there any way to fix this?

Note: Yes I know it’s easier to do this with taxonomies but at this point it’s not option for me. I need to make this work with post meta.