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alain01
Re: XOOPS in 2022
  • 2/16 12:54

  • alain01

  • Just can't stay away

  • Posts: 516

  • Since: 2003/6/20


Hello,
Some sample sites made with XOOPS, 100% full responsive :

- The french XOOPS support with Tutorials : https://www.monxoops.fr/
- MDTests, a Swiss company : https://www.mdtests.ch/, a one page site (Read the news here)
- Geneva Association of Civil Protection Organisations (AGOPC) : https://www.agopc.ch/

Lot of XOOPS tutorials here,
including a very complete tutorial to understand the xSwatch4 theme, Understanding the xSwatch4 theme.



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Yurdal
Re: XOOPS in 2022
  • 2/14 16:41

  • Yurdal

  • Friend of XOOPS

  • Posts: 375

  • Since: 2005/3/27


Despite I have looked many times to other CMS like wordpress, Xoops the one I'm still confident with
Yes there is lack of nice templates , but I see now more nice templates sharings bu Heyula or Bleeek.

Still one of my favorite CMS , using for years



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Cesagonchu
Re: XOOPS in 2022

Xoops is a rather secure CMS.
It just needs donors to evolve faster. Fortunately, there are enough of us to keep it going. Volunteering is not dead either



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heyula
Re: XOOPS in 2022
  • 2/14 7:16

  • heyula

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 560

  • Since: 2008/4/24


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Another project I'm working on

I make the whole site in a manageable way with the great modules of Xoops

For the image slider on the site : Slideshow Module
For the menus on the site : Mymenus Module

Demo:
https://xoops.erenyumak.com/

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goffy
Re: XOOPS in 2022
  • 2/14 6:48

  • goffy

  • Just can't stay away

  • Posts: 495

  • Since: 2010/12/27





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heyula
Re: XOOPS in 2022
  • 2/14 5:07

  • heyula

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 560

  • Since: 2008/4/24





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Mamba
Re: Some reflections, thanks and wonders

Welcome back, Sophie2!
Support XOOPS => DONATE
Use 2.5.10 | Docs | Modules | Bugs



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Mamba
Re: XOOPS in 2022

If you look at the posts here and the commits on GitHub, then it should be obvious that XOOPS in not dead!

And there are plenty of XOOPS websites being maintained and new ones being developed.

Of course, it's not as active as it was 15 years ago, and we could benefit from some extra help.

Regarding the future, our goal is to transition current XOOPS 2.5.x architecture to the XOOPS 2.6.0 architecture.

As always, any help in making XOOPS better, is always appreciated!

Also, please feel free to join us on Facebook
Support XOOPS => DONATE
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Sophie2
XOOPS in 2022
  • 2/13 10:10

  • Sophie2

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 81

  • Since: 2005/11/21


Hey there, people.

XOOPS looks dead. I'm aware of the GitHub repository and the recent commits, and I'm not here to complain.

I'm here to see if there is any interest in the reboot of XOOPS.

Do we still have XOOPS websites being maintained? Is there a desire to revive it? What kind of a niche does XOOPS fill?

Blindly following the modern specifications like PSR, and incorporating Composer or keeping up the syntax with PHP8 is not going to revive this project, I think.

So, are people still here? Do people have wishes, ideas, directions that make sense for XOOPS?

If you could make it what you want, what would it be?

Let's put our opinions in here and see where exactly we are in 2022.



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Sophie2
Re: Some reflections, thanks and wonders
  • 2/12 22:17

  • Sophie2

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 81

  • Since: 2005/11/21


Similar story, checking the website after 20 years and apparently my login still works.

Used to develop modules and themes for Xoops back then.




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