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kc0maz
Re: Who BOMBED my website?
  • 2007/8/25 22:40

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Quote:

mjmurphy5371 wrote:
^ I am learning that, why would someone want to hack a little flooring contractors website?

They took out my Church site too. even I know better than to mess with the Church.
Quote:

Thankfully (seriously) I have someone helping me out with this and it is very much appreciated. I make me meager living with work gained through this website.


Any suggestions as to how I should avoid this from happening again and should I be protecting my other XOOPS site as well?


We are still trying to figure out what happened. Stay tuned.
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kc0maz
Re: XOOPS Sites hacked...
  • 2007/8/25 21:54

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What is the status of your database?
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kc0maz
Re: Who BOMBED my website?
  • 2007/8/25 21:32

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Quote:

mjmurphy5371 wrote:
Alright xoopers: My website is GONE. I have not accessed any files, or changed ANYTHING exept to edit some text in a block, thats it!

Now, I have been having a MAJOR dispute with a XOOPS designer that has access to my admin, I hate to suspect foul play here but could anyone tell me why every single module has been wiped out of XOOPS and ALL of my content that I paid good money for is now GONE?

I make my living like this, and this is an absolute EMERGENCY if anyone is able to help.


If you read some of the forums before posting, you would see that several websites have been hacked. With all the information missing.

We are well aware of your dispute with a XOOPS designer. I can assure you that the dispute, and the web site being hacked are not related.
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Re: Mydownloads by herve
  • 2007/8/22 17:47

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@Vaughan and hervet - How did we get here? I know there is an extensive history between you two. You two can insult each other all you want, elsewhere. let's try to keep this on topic?

@Hervet - is 'Mydownloads' available somewhere? If not, will you make it available?
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kc0maz
Re: Moving Xoops from /subdirectory/ to /root domain folder
  • 2007/8/22 13:41

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You also need to change the Xoops_Root_Path to the new file location on the server. This should be around line 34.
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Re: Joomla Vs. Xoops
  • 2007/8/19 13:12

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Quote:

Catzwolf wrote:
I can use Joomla straight out the box and start working on my site and I don't have to install any third party module to do so and hope that the components/modules I install will be compatible with the version I am running.

---

Basically, everything I had been fighting to get into XOOPS as the default package is in Joomla. Section, categories and articles etc.


Do you have any objections to packing modules together.

I know the 2.2.X branch has done this here. After you down load the core, then you download the package that best meets the needs of site you are working on.

or would you rather have the modules already included with the core download. ie XOOPS core + Community Pack = XOOPS for community web sites as one download?
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kc0maz
Re: xoops core module miss in 2.0.16
  • 2007/8/16 13:53

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Quote:

guoheng wrote:

Also I am confused about the version number. Is 2.0.16 newer than 2.2?


yes and no.

Version 2.0.16 is the latest stable release. version 2.2.x suffers from several behavioral changes that give it a limited compatibility with the current third-party modules base, although this is being corrected. I know the core developers are working on 2.0.17 and 2.2.5 releases. I suggest you read this article.

Quote:

guoheng wrote:
I am new to xoops. I download and installed XOOPS 2.0.16. And I read the FAQ about the module. But I don't find any core module in the module directory. Do I need to download it separately?


The core module would be listed as 'system' in the module directory.
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kc0maz
Re: A Vision Statement for Xoops.
  • 2007/8/13 2:21

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Quote:

BlueStocking wrote:

As for the mission/vision statement they were layed out and approved by the council before the teams were finalized.

Maybe I missed it somewhere, I did find a mission for the various individual teams, including the project council, nothing for XOOPS project as a whole.

Northern Correctly stated
Quote:

Northern wrote:
opensource or not, its still a busness, and it should be viewd as one.

every business plan I seen had in the first few pages A vision statement, and mission statement. These two statements act as a guide for the rest of the plan. (This is Business 101, folks) We need a simple straight forward statement that says "This is what we want XOOPS to look like." and "this is how we are going to get there."
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What I see happening here amounts to you're trying to get approval for the three way split by introducing it via a mission statement.

The idea of the three areas came from the project council.

Before I started this project I sought and received the approval from the project council.

You have the very best coders, the most brilliant business staff, and the most proficient writers in the world on board, however unless you give them a direction and a goal to work toward, they will stand around and spin their wheels. That is the entire purpose of this little exercise, to set a that goal, in simple terms that everyone can work toward.

Maybe I was asking too much at one time, so let me simplify it some.

What should XOOPS look like to be able to call the project a success?
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kc0maz
Re: A Vision Statement for Xoops.
  • 2007/8/12 21:17

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I have been gone for a day or so to celebrate my tenth wedding anniversary.

when I got back, I was hoping to see some good ideas for vision statements or at least some discussion of how the three areas would work together.

There was only one vision statement for the product:
Quote:

khuhner wrote:
Vision Statement

Xoops is powerful, integrated CMS environment used in the creation and maintenance of commercial and personal websites.

I am going to reword that just a bit to:

Xoops is the most widely distributed integrated Content Management System environment used in the creation and maintenance of commercial, non-profit and personal websites.

The XOOPS Project, and Xoops.org is the home of the XOOPS CMS Core, and possibly core applications.
support sites, documentation sites, community sites and anything else essential to XOOPS is linked through the XOOPS Project, and Xoops.org. to that end:

The XOOPS Project is the core of Xoops; They coordinate all activities, set the standard for modules and themes as well as maintain and update the core code of the XOOPS CMS

The Community or XOOPS info is the meeting place for web masters, module developers, theme writers, and anyone else with a interest in Xoops. It is here that new ideas are born, and brought in to development, for example X-garage. It is the Community that provides the applications and themes for XOOPS CMS.

The XOOPS Community is informal place that various people can meet and develop new ideas; and make those ideas into usable applications for the entire community

Now is this what you want XOOPS to look like in the end?


Northern does makes some good points. It would be best if we address those with the mission statement. The mission statement is how we are going to get to our vision from where we are now.

KC0MAZ
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kc0maz
Re: A Vision Statement for Xoops.
  • 2007/8/11 15:43

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This not from one specific thread. however the opening comment is from
https://xoops.org/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=60291&forum=7&post_id=269597#forumpost269597

Kurt made a vaild point. All we are doing is following through.
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