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Introducing SMF 2.0

Started by Grudge, April 08, 2007, 10:47:45 AM

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muslimways

looks great, can't wait... wonder it will have easy integration with joomla cms

青山 素子

For Joomla 1.0.x, there is an existing bridge. Joomla 1.5 is a ground-up rewrite (it isn't related to 1.0 by code), and some things currently prevent it from working with SMF's security models. There is a chance this will be fixed by the time 1.5 is finalized.
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mpMS

When is the target date of release of SMF 2.0? I am currently using 1.0.9 . Is there a direct upgrade of this edition?

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demarda

Look great to here what new feature will come to new release 2.0 version.

However, i just little wondering here if some day there is any feature for SMF to SMF bridge which connect one SMF site to another SMF site. The bridge like this, at least can do things like:

- Any user of one SMF site can contribute to another SMF site on topic reply with their id, but not as a guest
- Sharing any new topic between SMF site
- Messaging user between SMF site

The user on one SMF site it self, will have any id known on other SMF like iduser@smfsite.com.

I think, if bridge like this is not just in opinion, our SMF site one day will become bigger and more flexible on user management. Any comment please!

*Sorry for my bad english*

metallica48423

QuoteWhen is the target date of release of SMF 2.0? I am currently using 1.0.9 . Is there a direct upgrade of this edition?

I would highly suggest upgrading to at least 1.0.10, or 1.1.2.  1.0.9 has a known security hole in it.
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AdrenalineRider

Thats an awesome news... I wish I dont have to loose the database again like last release ;D

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You shouldn't need to lose the database ever. If you run upgrade.php it will upgrade the database to work with the release.
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nielss

looking forward to it :)

meby a option:
now SMF can do auto a optimise db
meby if you add a option that you can choice
auto delete topics that older then 7 days
and then the won't be delete but in the cat where the delete post are :)

青山 素子

By default, SMF will optimize every 7 days. Check Server Settings -> Feature Configuration.

2.0 will have scheduled tasks, so it is possible you could create a mod to add auto-deletion as a scheduled task.
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HoTmetal

Quote from: drenalineRider on April 30, 2007, 12:08:04 PM
Thats an awesome news... I wish I don't have to loose the database again like last release ;D

You should be able to upgrade from any version of SMF or yabbSE, with ease and without loss.[We also have converters too... They allow you to convert from other forum software to SMF.] As a rule, always make a back up before hand. They are your friend.  :D
I recently upgraded an old site of mine from yabbSE to SMF 2.0 on my test server, it went smooth. IT only took about 15 minutes. The bulk of that time was spent backing up the old site, and changing files over on the test server.

Aquire

Idea is great..Only problem is each site has to share its database or part of database..And most of webmasters won't ready for this.
yes we can keep optional.

Idea is really rocking.

By the way not much problem with your English.

Quote from: demarda on April 30, 2007, 02:11:42 AM
Look great to here what new feature will come to new release 2.0 version.

However, i just little wondering here if some day there is any feature for SMF to SMF bridge which connect one SMF site to another SMF site. The bridge like this, at least can do things like:

- Any user of one SMF site can contribute to another SMF site on topic reply with their id, but not as a guest
- Sharing any new topic between SMF site
- Messaging user between SMF site

The user on one SMF site it self, will have any id known on other SMF like iduser@smfsite.com.

I think, if bridge like this is not just in opinion, our SMF site one day will become bigger and more flexible on user management. Any comment please!

*Sorry for my bad english*

Papa

One thing I would like to toss in, there are a few themes that are very nice that is offered in the theme section that has different colors you can select from while using the theme.. This might be a good thing to add into 2.0 witht he default theme.

Dragooon

Quote from: Papa on May 01, 2007, 05:30:33 PM
One thing I would like to toss in, there are a few themes that are very nice that is offered in the theme section that has different colors you can select from while using the theme.. This might be a good thing to add into 2.0 witht he default theme.
It depends on the theme author because SMF team cannot convert them and add them as a default without the theme's author's permissions.And if the authore decides to update it he might update it because If i am right te existing themes wont work with SMF 2.0

SleePy

Quote from: Dragooon on May 01, 2007, 11:51:55 PM
It depends on the theme author because SMF team cannot convert them and add them as a default without the theme's author's permissions.And if the authore decides to update it he might update it because If i am right te existing themes wont work with SMF 2.0
Due to the massive changes they won't be able to work. Same goes for mods mainly do to SMF now doing multiple database support.
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From the sounds of it, SMF 2.0 will indeed be yet another milestone worthy of much celebration!  :)
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Quote from: endurics on May 02, 2007, 12:01:49 AM
From the sounds of it, SMF 2.0 will indeed be yet another milestone worthy of much celebration!  :)
Yeah, definitely...
If you thought the SMF 1.1 release was big, this one will be absolutely enormous! :D

QuoteDue to the massive changes they won't be able to work. Same goes for mods mainly do to SMF now doing multiple database support.
However, it's not overly hard to update either a theme or a mod - I've converted Bloc's Apollo theme to support SMF 2.0, and am currently in the process of converting SMFShop :D
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vandeperre

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