[geeklog-devel] geeklog-devel Digest, Vol 8, Issue 20

Michael Brusletten ironmax at spacequad.com
Mon Nov 12 16:58:39 EST 2007


Again, I agree with you and Ben about the themes.  So lets get a list together on which ones are not performing that great and we
can put them off to the side.  As for the plugin's, the forum, vThemes are already part of the demo site, so that's great.  Now with
the others like File Management, DokuWiki, MediaGallery will need to have some security changes made before I will allow them on the
server because of the open Root access.  The last three plugins are great plugins, I use them myself, but I don't hand out Root
access on them either.  So there would have to be a way that the author can help achieve this without severely limiting the
functionality of the plugin.  Captcha and Chatterblock can be installed.

Great ideas and lets keep it going as to how we all can get this going further.


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> Date: Sun, 11 Nov 2007 20:16:02 -0700
> From: =MF=Geiss <geiss at midnightforce.com>
> Subject: Re: [geeklog-devel] Geeklog Demo Updating
> To: Geeklog Development <geeklog-devel at lists.geeklog.net>
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> I believe most (if not all) of the themes on the demo site are GL 1.4.1
> compatible. However, there are some that aren't rendering properly
> (stretching of graphics, missing .thtml files etc.) I say we put those
> off to the side for the time being, (perhaps someone can find time to
> tweak on them in the future) and showcase the themes that are 100%
> compatible, along with some of the most popular/useful plugins (Forum,
> MediaGallery, Captcha, File Management, Dokuwiki, vThemes, and
> Chatterblock come to mind, but I'm sure there are others I am
> forgetting). ...A thought about the themes - is there a .thtml file that
> was created for the 1.4.1 release that we can use to see if indeed a
> theme is 1.4.1 compatible? That, along with a visual check of the
> homepage in that theme should be enough to tell if it should be included
> in the demo site or not.
> Having said the above, with GL 1.5 on the horizon, we may want to
> rethink some of the above. My sense is that we should hold off on
> implementing any changes on the demo site until 1.5 is released, as it
> will need to be updated then as well.
> Eric

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