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#1 Posted on: 2008/6/26 16:57 Mobile Themes
Hello, I am looking at making a mobile theme. Does anyone have any ideas on how I can implement a mobile theme for users hitting my .mobi site and have a regular theme for everyone else? Note, both themes are hitting the same site with the same content. I'm not sure how to do this without hacking the XOOPS core.

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#2 Posted on: 2008/1/6 20:21 Re: Mobi and Xoops
Thanks for the post wingrider101.

I can understand if you are not behind the full support of .mobi.

But you have to agree. Mobile web devices are here and are growing in popularity. XOOPS would leap ahead of all the other Content/Frameworks if it can ease the development of websites for small displays.

It's gonna happen.

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#3 Posted on: 2007/12/26 9:49 Mobi and Xoops
Apparently the .Mobi extension is catching on like wildfire.

I propose we create a work team to begin proposing core changes to handle this new standard. I think XOOPS would really leap out ahead of the other CMS' if we start architecting how themes interact with a .mobi extension.

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#4 Posted on: 2007/10/19 13:51 Re: Stopping Spider Trolls
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This comes with an "anti auto register bots" filter.
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I do not see anything in 3.04 about registration or filters. Is this "auto-included"?

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#5 Posted on: 2007/10/19 10:47 Stopping Spider Trolls
Hello,

I run multiple Church websites and community websites. I am constantly being hit my a spider that registers, approves their activation key and then submits garbly-gook comments through out the site.

Is there any way to implement the security image requirement like you see in the contact us page for Registration?

Here's an example of a contact us page:
http://broadway.churchledger.com/modules/contact/

Thank you in advance for your time and replies.

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#6 Posted on: 2007/10/16 13:25 Re: Improving XOOPS governance
Great Idea!!!

Predator has my vote!.

Can we start a XOOPS poll on a few of these ideas/platforms and have "final" vote so we can all move on.

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#7 Posted on: 2007/10/12 9:57 The Bazaar
A long time ago Eric Raymond wrote the book The Cathedral and Bazaar.

I have been using XOOPS for about five years and have been observing the project. I propose today that XOOPS is suffering from Cathedralitis. It's time to go to the Bazaar.

The volunteers in the XOOPS project give a great amount of their time and have great ideas and visions. I appreciate their time and commitment. But I would argue that for the last two years XOOPS has been wandering. The XOOPS project has been wandering under the guidance of the Cathedral. Recently we have had many directions for the project laid out such as Foundation, DEV, Wiki, Info, Modules…. Some of these are going, some are not.

I like the direction of the Xoopsphere and all the cool things they are doing and building there. However, the Xoopsphere is still under the guidance of the cathedral.

I recently saw on the extCal module a move to the Bazaar. The developer Zoullou.net did a quick module and let everyone vote on the next features of the Module. They voted with dollars $$$. Zoullou had been working on several features but he found the community voted with $$$$ to have recurring events added to the module. Recurring events was a significant rewrite and involved a lot of time on Zoullou’s part and something he had been avoiding due to the size and time commitment of the effort. But since there was $$$ behind the desire he’s putting his time into it. The Bazaar works!!!

It’s time for Xoops, all of XOOPS to go back to the Bazaar. I propose we collaborate with Zoullou and put out a Feature/Vote module and let the community have a voice and say and put its money where its mouth is.

Personally for me: I would like a chance to vote on elevating the Migration of 2.2 to 2.0.x ahead of the Xoopsphere. I think the Bazaar would give me the chance to cast this vote and be heard.

Also, wouldn’t the core XOOPS guys like to do this full time; and get paid!!!

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#8 Posted on: 2007/10/10 16:59 Re: The Bazaar
Holy Cow!!! No one has replied to this??



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#9 Posted on: 2007/10/4 11:51 The Bazaar
A long time ago Eric Raymond wrote the book The Cathedral and Bazaar.

I have been using XOOPS for about five years and have been observing the project. I propose today that XOOPS is suffering from Cathedralitis. It's time to go to the Bazaar.

The volunteers in the XOOPS project give a great amount of their time and have great ideas and visions. I appreciate their time and commitment. But I would argue that for the last two years XOOPS has been wandering. The XOOPS project has been wandering under the guidance of the Cathedral. Recently we have had many directions for the project laid out such as Foundation, DEV, Wiki, Info, Modules…. Some of these are going, some are not.

I like the direction of the Xoopsphere and all the cool things they are doing and building there. However, the Xoopsphere is still under the guidance of the cathedral.

I recently saw on the extCal module a move to the Bazaar. The developer Zoullou.net did a quick module and let everyone vote on the next features of the Module. They voted with dollars $$$. Zoullou had been working on several features but he found the community voted with $$$$ to have recurring events added to the module. Recurring events was a significant rewrite and involved a lot of time on Zoullou’s part and something he had been avoiding due to the size and time commitment of the effort. But since there was $$$ behind the desire he’s putting his time into it. The Bazaar works!!!

It’s time for Xoops, all of XOOPS to go back to the Bazaar. I propose we collaborate with Zoullou and put out a Feature/Vote module and let the community have a voice and say and put its money where its mouth is.

Personally for me: I would like a chance to vote on elevating the Migration of 2.2 to 2.0.x ahead of the Xoopsphere. I think the Bazaar would give me the chance to cast this vote and be heard.

Also, wouldn’t the core XOOPS guys like to do this full time; and get paid!!!

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#10 Posted on: 2007/7/29 11:12 Re: Module Repository - When is it going to open???
Thanks for the fast reply.

I can't wait to see the new module repository. The modules of XOOPS are the heart and sole of the project.

It will really be awesome!!!

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