Anna Morris | 22 Apr 13:54 2014

[phpList-developers] Giving our thanks :)

Hey,

I am working on the news release about the new phpList version and would
like to try using the features of our new community site to say thanks
to the people who helped.

If you have contributed to this release, with a patch, plugin or bug
report etc, can you let me know your community.phpList.com username and
I will tag you so everyone can see how awesome you are!

Kind Regards

Anna

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Arnold Lesikar | 20 Apr 18:43 2014
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[phpList-developers] inlineImagesPlugin Version 2.0

A complete redesign of the plugin and a drastic simplification.

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Anna Morris | 16 Apr 19:42 2014

[phpList-developers] New features on community.phplist.com

Hey, so I have been busy busy testing new features for the community
site and the first additions are to be launched in the next few hours...

Come and see :D

Anna

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Steve Guluk | 2 Apr 15:25 2014

Re: [phpList-developers] phpList-developers Digest, Vol 18, Issue 1



How about you guys? What things would be useful for the developers to
learn more about the users views on?

How about a wish list?

For my side I have a number of clients and also applications that I create and share amongst my client based. So having a single installation that allows multiple Admins that only see their Templates and their mailing lists would be very useful.

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Anna Morris | 1 Apr 16:33 2014

[phpList-developers] surveying the community

Hiya guys, sorry I have been out of touch for a bit, been working on
this
http://community.phplist.com/open-standards-make-our-world-go-round/ and
also have been working more on the community.phplist.com site.

One of the next things I am hoping to work on is surveying the
community, including the Dev/Translators/Documentation teams of course,
but also as many users of phpList as we can get to respond :) Here are
some areas that I would, personally, like to know more about;

  *

    What areas do our users work in; what do they sell or what are they
    campaigning about, what expertise do they have etc

  *

    Do they know about / feel part of the phpList community

  * Which community tools have they made use of and what do they think
    of them, eg, mantis, forums, mailing lists
  *

    Languages / translation; what languages do they speak and what
    language do they use for the interface

How about you guys? What things would be useful for the developers to
learn more about the users views on?

Kind Regards

Anna

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Anna F J Morris | 26 Mar 19:34 2014

[phpList-developers] Fwd: [phplist 0017123]: "Database error 1146 while doing query Table 'phplisthosted35785db.phplist_listattr_countries' doesn't exist"


Hi, great to see so many of you on the new community site :)

This bug will be a good test case for our bug reporting processes: http://community.phplist.com/development/#bugreport - the person submitting the report has followed the instructions there, so lets see how we do :)

Love

Anna
ps: have you seen this http://community.phplist.com/open-standards-make-our-world-go-round/ - we got re-tweeted by some very cool folk and we were even featured in the main press release for document freedom day! :D

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[phplist 0017123]: "Database error 1146 while doing query Table 'phplisthosted35785db.phplist_listattr_countries' doesn't exist"
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phpList Mantis <sysadmin-mantis <at> phplist.com>
anna <at> phplist.com


The following issue has been SUBMITTED. ====================================================================== https://mantis.phplist.com/view.php?id=17123 ====================================================================== Reported By: shirleygnome Assigned To: ====================================================================== Project: phplist Issue ID: 17123 Category: User Management Reproducibility: have not tried Severity: minor Priority: normal Status: new ====================================================================== Date Submitted: 26-03-14 16:35 GMT Last Modified: 26-03-14 16:35 GMT ====================================================================== Summary: "Database error 1146 while doing query Table 'phplisthosted35785db.phplist_listattr_countries' doesn't exist" Description: When I try to edit the attributes in the "Country" drop down menu list configuration, I get this error. Additional Information: Sorry I can't provide any further information, I'm a n00b. ====================================================================== Issue History Date Modified Username Field Change ====================================================================== 26-03-14 16:35 shirleygnome New Issue ======================================================================

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Anna Morris | 14 Mar 13:59 2014

[phpList-developers] It's here! (and you are the first people to see it)

Hi,

So we have started to launch the new community site at
http://community.phplist.com/ - you guys are the first people to see it
so far, please have a peek :) We can hook it up to the main website in a
few days when you have had chance to take a look and send feedback etc.
It will have links form the main menu of phplist.com, in pride of place :D

There is one really important thing that is missing still - you! You can
make an account here http://community.phplist.com/join/ - I would like
to encourage everyone to do this because it will help the different
parts of the phpList community get to know each other and work together
better. Also, connections to things like GitHub and Twitter etc will
allow people to send you big fat chunks of Kudos when you have been
doing something awesome :) Your account will give you writing for the
phpList blog etc too.

Anyway, hope you like the site so far!

Best Wishes

Anna

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Anna Morris | 1 Mar 19:45 2014

[phpList-developers] What's that coming over the hill?

(is it a website! Yes, it's a website!)

Hey, okay, so, I have been building a kind of surprise for everyone
(except I keep telling people by accident 'cause I am excited!). In
about one weeks time we will have a whole area of phpList.com just for
the community. There is a WordPress site being built (like right now!)
for launch at community.phpList.com

So far, it includes:

  * A page for each team (users, developers, translators and documentors)
  * Clear explanations for how get involved and what stuff needs doing
  * BuddyPress profiles, so members of all the teams/lists can have a
    profile in the same place that links to github/mantis/forum/pootle
    accounts (if they want to)
  * A community blog for us to use together (I am very excited about this!)
  * Social media stuff is built in too, great for giving well-deserved
    kudos to each-other for good phpList'ing :D
  * The community mission statement we wrote together in January will
    have pride of place!

I am having fun putting silly pixelised images of the site on social
media, maybe you could join in ;) (actual clever ideas for promoting
would be most welcome!)

Anyway, I have been thinking about how we can get the site of to a good
start, cause it's really just a shell for now and we gotta make it feel
like home :) Perhaps each team could do a blog or maybe we could all
meet up for a virtual coffee when it is live and look around :) I am
open to ideas :D

Best

Anna

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Arnold Lesikar | 26 Feb 17:14 2014
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[phpList-developers] Calling Plugin Pages from the Command Line

Hi,

I spent much of yesterday reading code and doing experiments, thanks to a tip from Duncan that pointed me in the right direction.

I’ve summarized the results of this work by adding a section to the Plugin Basics page at http://resources.phplist.com/develop/plugins. There is a new section entitled "

Writing Plugin Pages for the Command Line.

I’d appreciate it if some of y’all could read it over and let me know if I’ve made any mistakes. 

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Arnold Lesikar | 24 Feb 17:54 2014
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[phpList-developers] Command line plugins?

Hi all,

Looking at the Phplist source index.php, lines 147 to 173, it looks like there is provision being made to run plugin files directly from the command line. 

So far I have found no documentation for this. Is this correct? Can you run a plugin file from the command line? If so, how is it done?

I am interested in this because my newsletter editor would like to post to the mailing list by mailing in her html formatted articles. The currently available Mail2List plugin does not seem to be satisfactory.

I would like to update/replace the Mail2List plugin, piping in messages from an email account or alternatively I might have the cron daimon send the plugin to retrieve submitted messages from an email account. I don’t want to have to go to a web page to start the process going.

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Anna Morris | 23 Feb 20:02 2014

[phpList-developers] The development processes?

Hi, similar to the bug reporting email, I am trying to sum up what our
processes are in development.

I would like to show, within just a few words, what steps are currently
involved in a task - it is not designed to be a complete how-too guide,
just an overview of the steps.

Please note that as I am not a developer, I have had to learn a lot of
new stuff to make this list and so I might have got this all wrong. Also
I get the impression these procedures are still changing as we move from
svn to git.

I have started with the steps involved in fixing a bug that is already
listed on our mantis. I really appreciate your feedback :)
*
**I would like to fix a bug I that's already on mantis*

*1. Join* the development mailing list and check the issue isn't already
being worked on.
*2. Create *a mantis account and discuss the fix on the bug report
*3. Fork *the git repository
*4. Write *your code
(5. Test that it does not break any other functionality?)
*6. Request* a Pull from github
*7. Link* the pull to the mantis issue
*8. Wait* for testing and approval by the core developers
*9. Celebrate *when the bug is fixed and the mantis is closed.

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