Anna Morris | 1 Jul 12:13 2014

[phpList-developers] manual writing meeting

Hi, so I think the time has come for us to start working on the new
phpList manual :) If you would like to help work on the manual, in any
capacity, from planning to writing to proofreading, then can you join
the documentation list now:
https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/phplist-documentation (I
won't email all three lists after today)

Also, to get things started, can we have a meeting to work on our plan?
We can meet online in the IRC. You can express your availability
https://dudle.inf.tu-dresden.de/manual_meeting_one/

Hope to see you there and I look forward to working with you soon! :)

Anna

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Anna Morris | 19 Jun 19:59 2014

Re: [phpList-developers] interesting


On 19/06/14 18:55, Dan Waterloo wrote:
> I'd have some time... It's a dynamic subject, too... so we could
> probably have ongoing blog entries
>
>
> On 6/19/14, 10:18 AM, Anna Morris wrote:
>> On 18/06/14 20:34, Dan Waterloo wrote:
>>> It looks interesting, though...
>> indeed - IF we bought it (or subscribed to the site) would anyone have
>> time to help me dissect it and get some good blogs out? I think it would
>> be great for us to encourage people to perfect their art of
>> newslettering. This could be one good source of info. What do you think?
>>
>> Anna 

Great, so thats thee of us :) One more blogger, and I will call them and
discuss making a purchase :)

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Anna F J Morris | 18 Jun 18:23 2014

[phpList-developers] interesting

https://econsultancy.com/reports/email-census

Hey, this looks interesting - I will read it in full, but the reviews
here http://s.coop/1ux3r look interesting. I would like to blog about
it, if anyone want's to join me?

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Michiel Dethmers | 17 Jun 15:20 2014

[phpList-developers] repository


For some time now I've been managing the phpList source on both SVN
(Sourceforge) and Git (Github). I think it's time to abandon the SVN
repository. I will do the same with the dressprow UI.

Is there anyone with major objections to this? Tarek, presume you're ok
with that?

M

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Michiel Dethmers | 17 Jun 10:13 2014

[phpList-developers] api update


I've renamed all "user" in the API to "subscriber" and I've added
namespaces. I guess that creates a dependency on PHP5.3 and up, but
presumably that's not a big problem.

All tests pass: OK (7 tests, 22 assertions)

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Anna F J Morris | 13 Jun 20:11 2014

[phpList-developers] The API sprint when where and what

Here

http://community.phplist.com/doing-the-api-sprint-14th-15th-of-june-2014/

 is the link for the API sprint into, including when where and what we
will be doing (10am GMT, Freenode #phpList, a bunch of super awesome API
hacking)

See you tomorrow folks!

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Sam Tuke | 13 Jun 16:14 2014

[phpList-developers] Missing CSS

Hi Guys,

Running a local copy of PHPList from git master, pages are not being styled (see
attached screenshots).

I've checked and no CSS files failed to load; it seems that they're just not
being referenced.

I also tried changing the apache web root in case it was a relative paths issue,
but that had no impact.

Is this due to ongoing development on git, or do I have an error with my local
config?

Thanks,

Sam.
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Sam Tuke | 13 Jun 14:51 2014

[phpList-developers] PHPList version


Hi all,

Playing with git master of PHPList 3 this morning, noticed that the current
version is supposed to be 3.0.6, but my fresh install from Github states 3.0.3
in the admin page footer.

Ideas why?

Sam.
Anna F J Morris | 10 Jun 20:34 2014

[phpList-developers] API sptint mentioned in blog

Hey, check this out :)

http://blog.openinitiative.com/2014/06/10/weve-ditched-mailchimp-for-free-software-phplist-working-on-api/

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Sam Tuke | 26 May 23:02 2014

Re: [phpList-developers] Improving the PHPList API

On 22/05/14 14:33, Michiel Dethmers wrote:
> Sounds great. I've never done that before. Can you explain how that
> would work? I'm afraid I won't be able to get to Berlin, but maybe being
> online at the same time might work?

Sure - being colocated is ideal, but working remotely is fine too. Defining a
primary communication channel and staying reactive are the key components. Like
IRC with audio notifications, for example. Also clusters of people working on
similar things in the same place makes things easier. I imagined just a handful
of devs participating though so nothing grand required.

On 23/05/14 04:16, Michiel Dethmers wrote:
>> Below is the list of commands implemented according to the docs, but the last
>> few are without the list of parameters, so I'm not sure whether they've been
>> implemented or not.
>>
>> That would be something to ask Andreas.
> 
> I checked the code, and it looks like it's all implemented, but just not
> entirely documented. That would be something to work on.

Yes the features in the existing plugin look good, and appears to be nice clean,
consistent code. Better than expected!

> I went through the code of the plugin and I think it's great to continue this
> and make it work with version 3 and expand on it.

I think that makes sense. I understand Andreas' wish to rewrite and use pet
frameworks, but that's probably enough of a hurdle to kill our enthusiasm for
now. Better investigate & extend what exists from what I've seen so far.
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Michiel Dethmers | 24 May 16:36 2014

[phpList-developers] Fwd: Re: Improving the PHPList API


Reply from Andreas to my mail.

Basically, he's saying "rewrite it all" and drop the existing API. I
think that's a shame, but maybe that's the way to go?

M

> Hi!
> Ohh, is this code still alive? :-)
>
> I would rewrite the whole API with Slim and Swagger to get a good and
> secure API.
>
> But I don't know how to get the time for that right now.
>
> Sure, there are a lot of security issues around the API as it is old,
> untested and not used at all :-)
>
> Regards, Andreas Ek, Flowcom AB, +46703032203.
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