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Re: XOOPS in 2022
  • 3/2 10:21

  • Sophie2

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@xiran

I agree and it's pretty obvious. No new users, barely a community and just maintenance of the old concepts to death.

The code itself and the github activity is the least of the problems Xoops has, I think.

There's no vision (at least not properly presented) and I can't even imagine some young new web developers coming to this website and getting excited about Xoops.

I checked in to see if there's at least something left here from the good old days, but it appears everyone is perfectly fine with the way things are so I will see myself out.



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Sophie2
XOOPS in 2022
  • 2/13 10:10

  • Sophie2

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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

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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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Sophie2
Re: Project Leader: Catzwolf
  • 2007/6/29 8:07

  • Sophie2

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I'm with phppp.



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Sophie2
Re: [XoopsTeam] phppp - Core Development - Leader
  • 2007/6/9 1:51

  • Sophie2

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Oh ... phppp ... it was about f*****g time!

Now, finally, XOOPS is in good hands again.



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Sophie2
Re: Time to take the plunge - recommend me a........
  • 2007/5/21 20:24

  • Sophie2

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There is no editor that writes code instead of you.

If you know PHP, you can use anything from Notepad to Dreamweaver.



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Sophie2
Re: Embedding PHP code in theme template?
  • 2007/4/25 22:23

  • Sophie2

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Quote:
Is there something like [php]mycode[/php]?


<{php}>
include('yourcode.php');
<{/php}>



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Sophie2
Re: HTML Color Codes Released
  • 2007/4/22 10:27

  • Sophie2

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Very useful, thank you.



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Sophie2
Re: [ Module released ] Picito 1.0
  • 2007/4/21 13:31

  • Sophie2

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I was experimenting the admin area a little today and here is Picito 1.1.

Now there is an admin interface where you can browse and delete current pictures.

Check screenshot HERE.

Any comments welcome (specially from module developers that are used to XOOPS framework).

Resized Image
Download Picito 1.1



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Re: calling phppp & skalpa, please comment on this thread!
  • 2007/4/20 22:36

  • Sophie2

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Nine pages of #OOPS#. If we would convert every line in this topic into code, it could be a useful module or a nice core feature.




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