Re: Remember me

  • 2007/12/10 11:21:40
  • Tom

I'd like to see this feature, but it should also be optional for the admin to use, perhaps a switch in the backend.

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Re: A proposition for a true opened developement !

  • 2007/12/10 11:19:10
  • Tom

what's the possibility of this happening?

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Re: International (local?) support

  • 2007/12/10 11:18:08
  • Tom

That is a good point if the server goes down, there would be be pretty much no support.

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Re: ImpressCMS logo

Hi
I'm making a icms logo. When finished I will put it here Maybe some logo contest ?

hello
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Re: Welcome Sudhaker !

  • 2007/12/10 11:16:23
  • Tom

Superb, welcome.

ImpressCMS Media Kit - Spread The Word!
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Re: Welcome Kurak !

  • 2007/12/10 11:15:48
  • Tom

Excellent, welcome.

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Re: Using the trackers on our SF project

OK, so bug tracker is ready to frontal attack of beta-testers :D I believe there will not be many attacks ;]

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Re: International (local?) support

Hello,
There would be a good idea to make unique theme for support site's. I don't think that placing all support site's is a good idea becouse what will be when server is hacked or offline ?

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Re: International (local?) support

  • 2007/12/10 11:12:57
  • Tom

It really makes no odds whether support is given on the ImpressCMS Server or not, people will still have to click a link or enter the url, what is important is that support is offered and to a high standard.

If possible we should offer the domain and hosting, but it shouldn't be mandatory to become 'Official', and there should be no reason why we limit support of one language to one site.

Another (personal) point, although there is little difference, I'd like to see the word 'Official' dropped and replaced by 'Certified'.

Competition between support sites is not always a bad thing, in fact this could often result in the best support being given, as all strive to be the best.

But saying all that I would like to see international support more localised, so yes I'd see it as a good thing ultimately. Even if a sub domain like pl.imp, fr.imp, ru.imp or so on is not used as dedicated support site in favour of support being offered elsewhere, we should still use these domains to relay the latest news in the specified language, Kind of like impresscms.org will be used to relay the latest.

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Re: A proposition for a true opened developement !

Would be cool to link any gforge-like application to our svn /modules

Marc-André Lanciault
Founder and CEO INBOX International inc.
Co-Founder ImpressCMS
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Re: International (local?) support

My vote goes with everything in one place. As soon as we have advert revenu, we will be able to pay for servers and then we could host them.

In all cases, I would very like to see all international support sites as subdomains of impresscms.org

Wethere it is hosted by us or not, we could change our DNS so nl.impresscms.org point on a different IP.

Marc-André Lanciault
Founder and CEO INBOX International inc.
Co-Founder ImpressCMS
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Re: ImpressCMS IRC channel

Suggestion:

Add the PJIRC applet here. It's open-source, and provides access to IRC without the need for an installed IRC client application.

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Re: A proposition for a true opened developement !

  • 2007/12/10 10:40:43
  • Tom

Are we entertaining the idea of a dev.impress gforge, svn type site, I mentioned something similar before and I know James brought up some possible complications, but would this not be an idea for people to work openly.

Or is this a bad idea?

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Re: german files in SVN?

Sudhaker also developed somethig about this last year.

Sudhaker, can you give your input here ?

Marc-André Lanciault
Founder and CEO INBOX International inc.
Co-Founder ImpressCMS
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Re: A proposition for a true opened developement !

Quote:

People can simply pick combination of followings and hit build.


Awesome !

And I'm sure there are other great things we could do because of centralized code that we still ignore.

Marc-André Lanciault
Founder and CEO INBOX International inc.
Co-Founder ImpressCMS
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Re: ImpressCMS IRC channel

Okay, since only three people turned up (as far as I can see) in the irc channel, may I bring it once again to your attention.

Gatherings on Irc channels is something communities (big and small, software, game or whatever community) really love to do because it's a quick way to get answers fast without mis-using a forum. (Alot of small questions can be answered that aren't forum "worthy".) And, it's a way to just meet and chat with all the others that are interested in ICMS, which is well,.,.uhh fun^^

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Re: german files in SVN?

There is a language tool module for xoops. Currently is doesnt handle different encodings :(
What do you think about an on-line translation system, I have to browse some ot such solutions.

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Re: A proposition for a true opened developement !

Great idea Marcan.

We should prepare set of "Subversion HOWTOs" videos / tutorials for different crowd. Anyone touching the code should go through this training.

I see another possible advantage of proposed centralization - "dynamic build process".

People can simply pick combination of followings and hit build.

* core
* core-hacks
* languages
* modules
* cloned modules
* themes
* editors

We can do this only if we have them at some central location i.e. our SVN.

Thanks,

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Re: International (local?) support

Hello, first post here, it seems I'm a tester of iCMS :)

I fully agree with herko, having centralised local support sites is very convenient. I think duting the growing of iCMS more countries will want to join and support it. As a xoops.pl we would like to support both: XOOPS and iCMS. I'm aware there is a long way for iCMS to became a popular script.

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Re: A proposition for a true opened developement !

I agree that SVN as a learning curve but it is not that difficult.

But anyway, there is nothing that will stop anyone to get the latest language files, make correction and send it as a patch on SF so someone else understanding SVN can commit it.

Quote:

otherwise, this project is turning into a developers only project again, which isn't truly open IMHO.



Language files, like themes and like module, are part of the code, so yes, it is related to developers but it does not need to be done by a developer...

I believe it makes sens that all code is centralised in the same place. But we need to put mechanism in place so that anyone can contribute without knowing code or SVN. Anyone can submit a patch to the tracker...

Marc-André Lanciault
Founder and CEO INBOX International inc.
Co-Founder ImpressCMS
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