Flexible Content Management System


openBB on test at The GEAR...

You surely have read the comments the kids from have written ... again, crying out loud against someone that want to offer something new... but the biggest problem is that the News on phpnuke was not sent by the creator of openBB...that was an anonymous post... another stupid act by nukelite... publish something without verifying the source...

ok, lets talk about the forum... it is full of usefull configurations, and you can see it works on that is the best way for you to check it out... the admin part is integrated, and as i prefer the integrated way to administrate modules, it's a good part!

Sub-categories with sub-forums, threaded when needed, great design, and simple tables that are easy to modify to integrate to post-nuke...

The registration config is great... the admin can select 3 ways to register:... it would be a great enhancement for post-nuke:

-email validation link

-email password (generated)

-direct registration

-and send a PM after the registration... like a Welcome Home! (the admin select the text themselves)

Maybe it's not the best forum ever... i know many have preferences for phorum or phpBB, but openBB is easy to configure, template generated, so you can thread or flat or nest everything... you can also configure every forum to have a different look...etc...

So i think it's a good tool to look at, and try to integrate it's in beta, we can wait a bit, but as i work with the creator/coder, i can manage a team to work on the integration, directly to The GEAR...( )

House Cleaning / Things to do...

Second, I don't think I have everyone's username for SourceForge that is
working on things. Check it out and see. The main reason for this is so
you can submit things to CVS and we can all sign off bugs.

Third, I added tasks to the developer block this evening so everyone can see
what everyone else is working on (besides other things, we all have a ton of
open items). If your name isn't on there (which I know I'm missing a few
that are actively developing) please send it to Harry, Sean, Greg or myself
so it can be added to the site.

Fourth, if you haven't been assigned a project, let me know. There are a
ton of things that can be done. If you are looking for something to do, the
SourceForge bug page is filling up (I like working on the bugs, because they
usually go pretty quick and you feel like you accomplish something).
Besides that, we need to patch the cookie issues while the users system is
being designed and tested.

I think that's it... Have fun next week, cause I sure as heck won't be...

Bébé à - those babies are postnuked

As everybody knows,I work with phpnuke since the begining of 2001, and all knows that i have a big mouth on what we can do with this tool...

I have this site for 5 years now, with a population of more than 500 parents from the region,. with the release of phpnuke 5, i assembled a new site, with everything we can find in the nuke environment,.... but was not satisfied... until Post-Nuke...

I'll be a hard commenter for everything that will be released, because I want the best for everyone... and for my users... my site will be host of a big parenting services for the entire province, a possibility of about 3 millions surfers... so I have to have a good server, and the best tools to offer to my users...

I know that this is rare to see a public service to use a nuke system... I may be the first to use ONLY nuke as platform... i've seen some that used it for forums or topics, but not as the entire server...

So you'll have a good betatesting ground at my home.....

See Ya !

This is an open development project. We would love to have any webmaster or developer that has the time to work on the project, do so. We do have some scope and vision, that the changes need to fall into, so we don't have utter chaos.

They have done a wonderful job over there. One thing that you might want to read though is post by sayitfast. That theme is up and running on a Post-Nuke site, and it also looks from the comments that the developer is going to spend some time developing Post-Nuke.

SourceForge Bug and Feature Tracking

By using this, we can assign out tasks easier, than by checking the forums and then reporting that to the mailing list, etc. Please, don't stop posting in the forums for questions, and feature requests, but we might miss something there.

By making a request or reporting a bug in SourceForge, it allows us to monitor all requests, and plan to complete the request just a tad bit faster.

I had been taking some of the requests from the forums, and then cut and pasting in SourceForge, but that is taking too much time, and I am missing a good portion of the requests, so I'm asking that we make this process just a tad bit easier on all of us.

You do not have to be logged in to SourceForge to make a request.
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