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maslan



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maslan
Smile

a new site containing forum all about linux
see

http://www.eglug.org
Very Happy

bye

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Post 19 Sep 2003, 04:11
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maslan



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maslan
what do u think ? Wink

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http://www.maslanlab.org
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http://libosdk.berlios.de
http://maslanedit.sf.net
http://maslancms.sf.net


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Post 26 Sep 2003, 06:26
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rob.rice



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rob.rice
I see that the one fourm is in english that's good
but
about the rest not alot to think about I can't read it

english version please ?
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maslan



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I'm searching for perfection so, even if u need portability u 've to use Assembly
---
http://www.maslanlab.org
---
http://libosdk.berlios.de
http://maslanedit.sf.net
http://maslancms.sf.net


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Post 10 Feb 2004, 02:51
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maslan



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maslan
eglug is using drupal

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I'm searching for perfection so, even if u need portability u 've to use Assembly
---
http://www.maslanlab.org
---
http://libosdk.berlios.de
http://maslanedit.sf.net
http://maslancms.sf.net


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Post 04 Jun 2004, 09:33
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maslan



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maslan
why don't Tomasz use a cms instead of phpbb & static php
he can use drupal or ldu or e107 and many others
http://www.opensourcecms.com

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Maslan
I'm searching for perfection so, even if u need portability u 've to use Assembly
---
http://www.maslanlab.org
---
http://libosdk.berlios.de
http://maslanedit.sf.net
http://maslancms.sf.net


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Post 22 Oct 2004, 20:47
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crc



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crc
What's wrong with phpBB and static PHP?
Post 23 Oct 2004, 13:31
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maslan



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maslan
hi crc
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What's wrong with phpBB and static PHP?


1 - he has to edit the pages each time he wants to add a news or new version of fasm or any other material than needs to be updated periodicaly
2 - moderators in phpbb can moderate forums only while in cms all moderators can participate more & more even users can participate much more
3 - cms provides xml rss feedback ( he also can write one without cms)
4 - he can grab news from other sites ( he //)
5 - cms also provide forums , blogs , journal ,bookpages and more
6 - fasm documentaion & examples can use wiki syntax
7 - much more options
Wink

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Maslan
I'm searching for perfection so, even if u need portability u 've to use Assembly
---
http://www.maslanlab.org
---
http://libosdk.berlios.de
http://maslanedit.sf.net
http://maslancms.sf.net
Post 23 Oct 2004, 17:33
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Tomasz Grysztar



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he has to edit the pages each time he wants to add a news or new version of fasm or any other material than needs to be updated periodicaly

This is not the case - PHP scripts do it all automatically.
Post 23 Oct 2004, 18:12
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Eoin



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Also a whole load of functions present but not needed only make a site seems unused. Fasm doesn't really need event scheduals or calanders Smile an active forum is more than enough.
Post 23 Oct 2004, 19:48
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crc



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This is not the case - PHP scripts do it all automatically.


I agree 100% here. I would like to see a wiki, but that's just a personal preference. On the other hand, I'm shifting my site away from PHP and to a RetroForth-based scripting language Smile
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maslan



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maslan
Quote:
This is not the case - PHP scripts do it all automatically.

ok , i didn't know that u set ur php scripts to automaticly do that Embarassed

however, CMS will always have many advantages over forums

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I'm searching for perfection so, even if u need portability u 've to use Assembly
---
http://www.maslanlab.org
---
http://libosdk.berlios.de
http://maslanedit.sf.net
http://maslancms.sf.net
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