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Off-topic / Re: Oh, I meant to share this a while ago
Nao « on May 16th, 2013, 10:40 PM »
lol topic... :lol:

I think we should sell Wedge for $400. I'm sure a lot of vBulletin users will see it means it's twice better than vB5. And worst of all... They'll be right!! :^^;:

Ah ah, just saw that they're not supporting styles and plugins either... And they're selling the right to remove their copyright notice... At $169 per licence. In addition to the $249 of the software license in itself...

Yeah, they're definitely crazy.
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Plugins / Re: Plugin Documentation/Example
Arantor « on May 7th, 2013, 03:33 PM »
Yes, there is documentation - http://wedge.org/pub/feats/6898/plugin-manager-mechanics/

I did even post a small plugin here as an attachment.

And yes, just because you can't do full edits, doesn't mean you don't have some serious flexibility to play with. Large chunks of the system are built around a template skeleton - sort of like SMF's template layers but much, much more powerful. The sidebar is a template area, so are posts, and as such you can add items before and after others, practically at will.
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Archived fixes / Board search
Nao « on May 6th, 2013, 10:05 PM »
Hmm, I'd qualify this as a bug, but YMMV...

Go to Public Area board.
In Search box, type 'plugin revs'. Click Search.
Doesn't return the 'Plugin Revs' topic, which is located in a sub-board of Public Area, i.e. Features.

I think that board search should also include children, or at least offer an option to do so..?
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Off-topic / Re: Shiny awesomeness
Arantor « on May 7th, 2013, 03:00 AM »
Interesting factoid, Wedge is almost 1000 days old. When we get there (it's two weeks or so), I'll make the video showing the history and post it on YouTube. Sound fair?
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Features: Theming / Re: CSS caching
Nao « on May 2nd, 2013, 07:54 PM »
Hmm, so... Sooooo..... Okay....

I finally pulled my finger out, and wrote some code to automatically store all tests in CSS files... The main index files have something like 20 tests, and executing them on every single page load is a total disaster. Indeed, I'm just pulling something else this time (your leg), and it all executes in less than a millisecond...
Considering that a millisecond is precisely my 'psychological barrier' when it comes to execution times of features I'm not excited to add, I'd say it's all good then! ;)

Now I just need to fix another 27 bugs, and I'll be done with it.......
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Off-topic / Re: LAMP (Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP)
Arantor « on May 2nd, 2013, 03:02 PM »
All-in-ones are fine for development purposes, because they reduce the setup hassle. But on production servers, it's far better to have the standalone components.

The same argument could be levelled at *nix distributions too, though I'd argue the reverse because of the number of systems involved.
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Off-topic / Re: WEDGEHAMMER 40,000
Kindred « on May 1st, 2013, 03:13 PM »
wanchope... you have missed the point of standardized nomenclature.\

Yes, Android gives releases food names.
You will note that whatever codename they give development, they don't actually mess with the nomenclature of the release structure.
"JellyBean" is officially Android OS, release 4.1.0


you can not have a beta alpha RC. that just does not make any sense.
You should never have anything other than ONE level and whole numbers.
in other words.
Alpha
Beta
RC1
maybe RC2
gold release.
(Although SMF is known for having multiple betas, that has more to do with the widespread use of the betas and the fact that they don't get many bugs reported on beta1
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Off-topic / Re: WEDGEHAMMER 40,000
Arantor « on April 30th, 2013, 03:43 PM »
I will note that only a handful of those who got beta access previously actually bothered to say anything to us afterwards, distinct lack of feedback all round, really.

There is also the other problem: if we were to do a release right now, aside from all the changes still to come, you'll complain that it's buggy and/or unfinished... well, duh, we know. There are still a number of unfinished areas, still a number of things that just don't work properly, some that probably just need to be removed entirely (I'm thinking the alternate theme area, and certainly the editing-from-the-admin-panel stuff)

Right now, complaining that you can't have awesome stuff is a better complaint than complaining about how not awesome it is.

Oh, and if you were *really* interested in what we're doing, you'd be reading more of the forum and replying. Not just moaning (now on multiple occasions) about how you can't have it yet.
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Archived fixes / Re: 'Like' Disappears When Clicked
Nao « on April 30th, 2013, 05:59 PM »
Solved in last commit BTW.
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Off-topic / WEDGEHAMMER 40,000
Arantor « on April 28th, 2013, 04:34 PM »
Whooo, we have 40,000 posts!