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MadFish

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Posted on: 2007/12/12 16:07
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#11

Re: Xoops community donations being used to fork Xoops?

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2 users were also added to the webmaster group on xoopsinfo, Bluestocking was one of those users...and it wasn't like you wouldn't have known you had access, because you were on the site quite a lot all through the day.


So Bluestocking, maybe you would like to lecture me about 'morals' a bit more now? But after you have responded to the above, please.


MadFish

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Posted on: 2007/12/12 11:09
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#12

Re: Xoops community donations being used to fork Xoops?

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Are you saying that ImpressCMS is adding people to their rooster of developers w/o their explicit permission? That they never contacted you about it before they added you there?


I expect that the list is otherwise reasonably accurate and I do not believe anyone has acted maliciously. In my case I suspect it is just an error because I am a member at xoopsinfo, various teams and participate in various mailing lists and whatever and will continue to do so! I am not a developer and this is well known, so I don't think anyone would be particularly happy to see me listed as a coder.


MadFish

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Posted on: 2007/12/12 9:59
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#13

Re: Xoops community donations being used to fork Xoops?

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I second that motion mamba, I also call for the resignation of the DPT leader Madfish, and ask for a replacement from within the remaining group that have not compromised their moral ethical standing with the community.


Bluestocking, you have accused me of many things over the last month while working with the proposal team, including:

* Being a member of the Council, planted by DJ.
* Being a member of the Foundation, planted by Herko.
* Being a member of Impress, and (this takes the cake)
* Hacking your website.

These are all wrong. But of course, since you would never believe me, I invite you to:

i) Contact Herko and ask him if he thinks I was planted by DJ.
ii) Contact DJ and ask him if he thinks I was planted by Herko.
iii) Contact ANYONE at Impress and ask them if I have agreed to join that project.
iv) Since you have already retracted the bit about 'hacking' your website I guess we can leave that one alone.

Further, I also invite you to put your concerns about my involvement to the members of the draft proposal team via the email list you keep spamming them with. If a majority of them agree with you that I have 'morality issues' or think I am not acting in the best interests of project, I will cheerfully resign.

Fair enough?


MadFish

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Posted on: 2007/12/12 4:36
MadFish
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#14

Re: Xoops community donations being used to fork Xoops?

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TAKE it HERE


Look, please do not 'take it here' [the proposal team news] because this is not relevant to the draft proposal team. We are only dealing with the XOOPS project. If you want to discuss another project please start a new thread or post on their own forum or something. Thanks.


MadFish

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Posted on: 2007/12/5 4:51
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#15

Re: XOOPS.ORG hiding recent posts from the front page

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really why mention that in the same post when you also mention about 2 lines of code in gibas distribution. it does seem to an onlooker that you are insinuating that the two are tied somehow.


It does indeed. In my opinion the insinuation made by Bluestocking is baseless and disgraceful, and unacceptable conduct from an 'admin'.

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As I see it the turf war is over, everybody got what they asked for. xoopsinfo is an English support site, xoopswiki is where documentation in progress takes place, xoopsdocs is where completed documents are stored, and XOOPS end user is going to be here routing the traffic...It there is to be a foundation it will have to be newly created, along with what ever else the DPT has in mind.


I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about. I assume this simply another 'fishing expedition' on your part. Sorry, try changing your bait.


MadFish

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Posted on: 2007/11/15 5:30
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#16

Re: Do you use Vista?

Dual boot is a good option - I have vista and ubuntu running on my laptop, both have their uses.


MadFish

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Posted on: 2007/11/14 15:25
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#17

Re: Do you use Vista?

I use XP, Vista Business 32, Vista Ultimate 64, and Ubuntu Linux (gutsy gibbon). In my view:

* Vista is very good (but *don't* try to run it on old hardware and don't buy ultimate because you get nearly nothing for the extra money)

* Ubuntu is very nice and a big step forward in bringing Linux to the common man. However, you *still* need to be a geek to get it working. Sad, but true.

* XP is the most stable of the lost (but also the least interesting). It gives me the least problems, but I hate working with it.


MadFish

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Posted on: 2007/11/11 4:47
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#18

Re: Changing Prefference general settings

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Thanks Skenow, i knew it would be something simple, just did not think of changing personal settings. Is there anyway to do a mass change on all user settings from flat to threaded as the registered users have not changed the settings from the original flat setting.


We did this once, just ran a simple SQL query to change the relevant value for all users directly on the database. Backup your database before you mess with it though!


MadFish

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Posted on: 2007/11/9 8:53
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#19

Re: I want to know how to develop

Suggest you start with:

* 8 module building tutorials by Kaotik (part 1 here, see the last page for links to next part / rest)

* Search for the module building tutorial by The Cat (its a PDF download, I don't have the link handy)

* XOOPS API (bit old and not very clear)

Kaotik's tutorials are the easiest way to get started.


MadFish

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Posted on: 2007/11/7 9:37
MadFish
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#20

Re: Xoops not sending mail to everyone

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Unless I'm mistaken, XOOPS is hard coded to only allow a maximum of 200 emails to be sent. A lot of ISPs will blacklist either your domain, IP, or both if you send out more than 100 emails at a time.


Can anyone confirm this? Interesting bit of info.



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