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#76 2008-07-25 18:16:51

Connor
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

hcgtv wrote:
Christian wrote:

Is this a common behaviour on wikipedia to propose an article for deletion within 5 days and then go on vacation?

Wikipedia sucks, their form of moderation leaves a lot to be desired. When I launched PHPXref, I went into some pages to add my site as a good reference for PHP apps. I think I changed like 5 pages, adding my link under other resource sites that had been there. A few days later, the links were gone. I went into the discussion on one of the pages and this idiot moderator called my site questionable because I had ads on my front page, never bothering to peruse the site to see what it was about.

It is against wikipedia policy to add things directly related to you to wikipedia, your site may be useful, but it does have adverts, so it could be seen that you added it to wikipedia for personal gain.

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#77 2008-07-25 18:28:00

hcgtv
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

Connor wrote:

It is against wikipedia policy to add things directly related to you to wikipedia, your site may be useful, but it does have adverts, so it could be seen that you added it to wikipedia for personal gain.

I understand what you're saying, but I was adding my site under links to other sites of the same genre. I would of never added my link, had there not been other links there already.

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#78 2008-08-07 23:59:22

Plazzmex
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

I've recently translated the Wikipedia page to hebrew...
http://he.wikipedia.org/wiki/FluxBB

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#79 2008-08-24 00:40:52

Smartys
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

Meow wrote:
elbekko wrote:

Then go improve it instead of whining. I just created a stub.

I will improve it as a real Wikipedia article.

The article currently has a couple notices on it. You might want to take a look at them. smile

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#80 2008-09-05 11:43:39

Aikimaniac
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

Folks..i have read this forum over 4 hours now and havent found..can you point me to some thread where i can ask (or may i here ?) about current status of fluxbb beta 1.3 release and about the oficial extensions, when will be those added to official fluxbb SVN as part of it ? Sorry when wasting your time.. smile


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#81 2008-09-05 11:47:25

elbekko
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

This isn't really the place, a new thread would've been better.

About the status: a few things still need to be done, but there is no official timeframe. We work on it when we have time, and try to deliver software that's as good as we can get it. That takes time.
About the extensions: I don't think any official extensions will be packaged with the standard installation, no. You'll be able to download them from the extension repository like any other extension.


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#82 2008-09-26 09:17:09

Franz
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

I just created a few more German wiki pages and edited a few english ones.


fluxbb.de | develoPHP

"As code is more often read than written it's really important to write clean code."

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#83 2009-10-05 00:56:43

Plazzmex
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Registered: 2008-07-24
Posts: 85

Re: Supporting FluxBB

I'm thinking of opening an Hebrew support forum for FluxBB..
Can i do this ? cause i saw that there are a russian support forum and some others..

Last edited by Plazzmex (2009-10-05 00:57:54)

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#84 2010-06-16 01:03:26

Rudolf
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

Could you give instructions how to improve fluxbb coding for it, too?

It may interest others

Last edited by Rudolf (2010-06-16 01:08:33)

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#85 2010-06-16 07:42:20

Christian
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Registered: 2008-05-10
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

Rudolf wrote:

Could you give instructions how to improve fluxbb coding for it, too?

??


http://www.fluxbb.de - Deutschsprachiges FluxBB Supportforum

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#86 2010-06-16 11:00:43

Rudolf
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

I mean the think how to improve the code of fluxbb instead of writing documentation.

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#87 2010-06-16 11:04:34

Franz
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

Well, there are quite a few things we have planned for 1.4.1 after the release of 1.4.0 (this week!). You can always fork our code on Gitorious, try to code some of these things and then submit a merge request.


fluxbb.de | develoPHP

"As code is more often read than written it's really important to write clean code."

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#88 2010-08-05 17:11:21

kg
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

How would I get editing privileges for the FluxBB wiki? There a lot of stubs, maybe I could work on some of them when I have some spare time.
Another question: what are donations used for? I can't find that information on the wiki.

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#89 2010-08-05 17:14:38

Reines
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

kg wrote:

How would I get editing privileges for the FluxBB wiki? There a lot of stubs, maybe I could work on some of them when I have some spare time.
Another question: what are donations used for? I can't find that information on the wiki.

I think we required a certain number of posts to edit the wiki, as we had a few bots spamming it. It may have been 10? I think Franz should know for sure.

Regarding donations, they sit in a Paypal account and are used to pay for hosting costs.

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#90 2010-08-05 17:14:42

Franz
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

kg wrote:

How would I get editing privileges for the FluxBB wiki? There a lot of stubs, maybe I could work on some of them when I have some spare time.

One more post. You need ten tongue

kg wrote:

Another question: what are donations used for? I can't find that information on the wiki.

Well, as stated on the donations page, we basically just try to get some of the cost of hosting this site back, which Jamie kindly pays for himself currently.

EDIT: Arrgh, why do I keep writing these posts if I'm not the only one? wink

Last edited by Franz (2010-08-05 17:15:58)


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"As code is more often read than written it's really important to write clean code."

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#91 2010-08-05 17:15:11

Reines
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

Raced you!!

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#92 2010-08-05 17:16:21

Franz
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

Reines wrote:

Raced you!!

Ah well, I can't always win tongue


fluxbb.de | develoPHP

"As code is more often read than written it's really important to write clean code."

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#93 2010-08-05 18:08:25

kg
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

Well, thanks to both of you for answering. And I guess this is my 10th post...

-edit-
I do indeed see an Edit button on the wiki now:)

Last edited by kg (2010-08-05 18:09:19)

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#94 2010-08-05 18:48:31

eureka
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Registered: 2008-08-29
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

Do you plan to open a multi-lingual version of the wiki as on the previous site? I can contribute for the French translation ...


French language packs for FluxBB 1.3-Legacy and FluxBB 1.4.2

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#95 2010-08-05 18:51:33

Reines
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

eureka wrote:

Do you plan to open a multi-lingual version of the wiki as on the previous site? I can contribute for the French translation ...

We haven't discussed it (or if we did I missed it!), though my initial thoughts would be to let the international communities handle that themselves. So if fluxbb.fr for example wanted to have a wiki they'd be free to copy content from here and translate it.

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#96 2010-08-05 20:03:26

adaur
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

Maybe you could create a page or a group on Facebook?


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Based on FluxBB, written in PHP, using Slim Framework for a proper OOP-MVC architecture.

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#97 2010-08-05 20:36:57

Reines
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

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#98 2010-08-05 20:49:08

adaur
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

Ok, I didn't see it smile.


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#99 2010-08-06 09:16:27

Gary
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From: Sydney, Australia
Registered: 2009-09-07
Posts: 232

Re: Supporting FluxBB

Just joined it. wink

If you want I can host you guys for free...

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#100 2011-01-31 13:23:03

lastnico
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Re: Supporting FluxBB

Done:

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