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kiang
Re: Whats going on with XOOPS
  • 2005/4/28 4:21

  • kiang

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Quote:

Mithrandir wrote:
2. Not following you entirely. You mean a list of contacts for e.g. the French support site in the event of the webmaster not being available? Isn't that a task for the support site to make their contact points available? On the other hand, I do see the point of having e.g. a "2nd in command" who is not listed as the webmaster of the site, but who the xoops.org staff or other local support site representatives could contact... I don't know, really. I expected some 2-3 people from each support site being involved in this - plus a handful of people to coordinate, write WOX newsletters, picking up information here and there etc.

In Taiwan, there are two or more local community support site. Because webmasters try to limit the posts more and more or they make the site be personal style which full of the information about personal business. So it's sad that there are two community sites for XOOPS in Taiwan. I think the situation may happened in other countries. The contact point I mean just like the guy who could transfer information between local community site and here. Maybe the guy who don't like to stay at the official local community site but would like to let the world know what happened in local area, like me.

Is this project an open source project?? Yes, you don't have to open everything here. But you'll make more and more gaps between us if you try to make more private areas here. Something happened similarly in egroupware. Some developers hated to communicate in private areas and then the fighting happened. There's a result :

http://www.egroupware.org/ConstitutionB

Some developers were sad and left. They now only limit the post privilege but open all information for the whole community. I hope there will be no the same fighting here.

You could try to send the latest news to all webmasters who in charge of the local community site. Using mailing list in sf.net or dev.xoops.org is great. The process could even be automatic sent when the news are submited.



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kiang
Re: Whats going on with XOOPS
  • 2005/4/27 19:47

  • kiang

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1. I would suggest the forum for any group should be readable by anyone but the limited people could post if necessary.

2. About the list of local community support site. I suggest that please add some other contact points to prevent some situration like couldn't connect with the webmaster of the sites.

3. I hope there's someone could try to connect between each community site and here. The man don't have any job about programing here. :)

4. We don't need multi-language sites. The local community support site could always be the good place for local commnuity. I don't have the ability or interests to read messages which written in the language I don't understand.



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kiang
Re: Whats going on with XOOPS
  • 2005/4/27 8:41

  • kiang

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Quote:

Mithrandir wrote:
Geez! "I am feeling the same way" is REALLY something we can use.

BE SPECIFIC OR DON'T COMPLAIN!

I'm getting angry here because apparently some people expect us to know everything that is going on everywhere else when noone tells us anything. I'm sorry, I cannot read Chinese. I cannot read Japanese. I can only barely read French. I can NOT know what is going on if noone says anything.


I don't know why there are so many gaps between different locally supporting sites. Why there are no contact points between each site of xoops.org??

I surely respect you could know everything because we have no that ability to stand at that place as you. Complaining is common in general people like me. I'm not mean that it's good thing to do. But I just try to let you know that I have no idea about the next step you will do.

Quote:
Quote:
I think we need clear rules to follow.

clear rules of WHAT? What is it that you need? What have you done to suggest this? What have you done to improve matters?

Demanding is easy. Complaining, too. Contributing is difficult.


Rules to prevent any more forks happened.



34
kiang
Re: Whats going on with XOOPS
  • 2005/4/27 8:16

  • kiang

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  • Since: 2002/9/2 1


The news from Japanese supporting site:
http://www.xoopscube.jp/modules/news/article.php?storyid=292

You could try to realize it through on-line translation service :
http://216.239.39.104/translate_c?u=h ... ticle.php%3Fstoryid%3D292

Quote:
At the birthplace xoops.org the XOOPS2.0.10 was done release formally.
Http: //www.xoops.org/modules/news/article.php? Storyid=2212

Whether everyone of the user of part already knowing, the しれません, as the Japanese official sight this (the birthplace 2.0.10) it did not support, it came to the point of keeping developing individual version in for the Japanese community. Presently development of next term version is advanced with urgent pitch, you think whether the Japanese edition 2.0.9.4 or 2.0.10 RC (release candidacy) is released within several days.

When in the future, the Japanese edition XOOPS being used it is desired, as for upgrade to the version which release is done please make sure not to do from the birthplace.

Furthermore, presently the development member of the Japanese edition XOOPS has become as mentioned below.

Minahito
Nobunobu
Onokazu
Ryuji

In addition, it has had participating in the development mailing list even in the GIJOE person as a module developer.



35
kiang
Re: Whats going on with XOOPS
  • 2005/4/27 7:56

  • kiang

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I have the same feeling with phppp. So I did decide to stop the development of two modules, lang_tool and porting xt-commerce to XOOPS(I only post the news in Chinese sites before).

I heard some news that the Japanese team would not accept the release from this site and try to develope their own version about latest version of XOOPS. I mixed by more and more different targets from the whole development team.

I meet this problem in some other open source projects. Maybe that's what open source is. I think we need clear rules to follow.

Anyway, phppp, the book was sent for you. :)



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kiang
Re: Translation Module?
  • 2005/4/18 3:30

  • kiang

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37
kiang
Re: Language tool updated~
  • 2005/4/14 9:23

  • kiang

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  • Since: 2002/9/2 1


Version 0.06 -

Notes

You could translate core language files through this tool directly now. :)

Change Log

1. Could translate core language files now
2. Include German language files
3. Divide one fat file to small ones
4. Use more section values for controling



38
kiang
Re: Mail from dev.xoops.org ??
  • 2005/4/13 15:41

  • kiang

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I havn't found that button...



39
kiang
Mail from dev.xoops.org ??
  • 2005/4/13 14:27

  • kiang

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  • Since: 2002/9/2 1


Quote:
The purpose of this e-mail is to notify you that your project, Language Tool, has been changed to an inactive status. You are receiving this e-mail because your are shown to be an administrator of this project.
This has been done simply because this project does not appear to have had any activity within the past 6 months. The criteria by which this decision was made include:

* An activity rating of 0
* No project activity recorded in project history in the past 6 months
* No downloads of any project files in the past 6 months

You can easily reactivate your project by returning to your project page and clicking on the "Reactivate This Project" button. The project will then become active again.
You may e-mail the site administrator at dev_admin@xoops.org if you have any questions.


I think the 'language tool' project is not that inactive. What happened ??




40
kiang
Re: diary module
  • 2005/3/23 7:58

  • kiang

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  • Since: 2002/9/2 1






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