We have a program running on HackerOne, and one of the recurring questions is if the hackers there can be compensated for their efforts. As an open source project without a company financially backing us, I don't think offering payment is an option. I was thinking more about t-shirts or other funny/nice gadgets with ImpressCMS branding.
The hackers at hackerone have done a great job, and certainly in the beginning stage, I would like to thank them all with a little something.
The problem I have encountered is that the costs could become astronomically high if we would handle the sending around the world by ourselves. I made a quick check : sending a t-shirt (worth 8-10€) to India for example, would cost me 56€.
Talking with @Mekdrop we discussed drop-shipping services, because those services would take the sending of the items on their account (which would be less of a headache to handle for us as well). However, not all of those services allow for your own things to be printed or created.
I would like to hear experience with drop-shipping services, and also other options we migh not have thought about.
The RC has become a final release - see the news and download!
I just released ImpressCMS 1.4.2 RC. Lots of small bugfixes, most of them security-related. Please have a look and see if it works on your system in your situation. Any bugs? post them on Github, or you can add them here in this forum post as well
This year has been challenging, to say the least. People all around the world are having their predictable lives become very unpredictable. Things change every day. Health care systems and workers are being stretched thin to provide care to a growing number of people. Families are being isolated and separated.
Thank you all! Stay safe!
I started an installation page for ImpressCMS v2 to help you out if you want to test the current v2.0 alpha builds. I received feedback that the installation is not that clear, so here is a page that should help out. Feel free to add/adapt where needed : Installing ImpressCMS 2 - Wiki : ImpressCMS
could it be that the file is too large? I admit that 100K is small
I upload the image on : https://github.com/ImpressCMS/impresscms/issues/807 (I can't upload the file here..)
ImpressCMS definitely has multiple editors at its disposal. They can be configured in the 'General Settings' page, more info in the wiki here.
We currently have CKEditor, TinyMCE and an old-skool simple text editor available. At the moment, new editors need to be installed manually on your site, but a PR on Github is waiting for ImpressCMS 2.0 to manage the editors just like the modules and the translations, using Composer.
I can confirm the issues that you have found. I already filed a bug report for the editor administration page, in fact.
When you talk about a database error, do you mean the one on the user page, or is it another one?
Composer version 1.10.17 2020-10-30 22:31:58
PHP 7.4.11 (cli) (built: Sep 29 2020 13:18:06) ( ZTS Visual C++ 2017 x64 )
After successful installation I can't access different functionality,different editors?(I am not sure if impressCMS have a editor). I also receive a database error message.
For functionality that I can't access (see images)
no editors ? :