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Started by Abedie, October 17, 2004, 11:58:23 AM
Quote from: GALLERY-listGalleryalbum.plChanged forum[http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=8145.0]topic[/url]date:08 November 2003status:Readyinfo:Album v 6.5 seen with SMF version 1.1.2. Click here for info.Gallery Coppermine is a multi-purpose fully-featured and integrated web picture gallery script written in PHP using GD or ImageMagick as image library with a MySQL backend.forum: Topic: Coppermine integrationdate:08 November 2003 last check:08 January 2006status:Working! Integration: Full Theme's: Unknowninfo:There is a theme for 1.1 as well. The bridge file is included with the coppermine download. More info see hereAdded 8-1-06: There's a working version of SMF 1.05 bridged (v3.19a) to Mambo 4.523 and the integration of Coppermine
Quote from: CMS-listCMSCPG-Nukeforumtopicdate:29 August 2003status:Not startedinfo:Click here.CMSDrupalforumNonedate:30 oktober 2004status:Not startedinfo:Click here fore info.CMSe107forumtopicdate:31 December 2006status:Alpha 1info:Alpha bridge is complete, awaiting test feedback.CMSEnigmaforumtopicdate:27-4-2005status:Working on a full integrationinfo:See hereThere are testing beta 2 now for Enigma 2.0 with smf 1.05 full integrated and pulling over details of YSE users dbases..CMSEnvolutionforumtopicdate:29 August 2003status:Not startedinfo:They use to have their own forum. Now they use phpBB, so don't use their own forum anymore.CMSGeeklogforumtopicdate:12 October 2004status:Droppedinfo:It may not take about a year, seen the code, to write an integration (see topic).CMSJetbox CMS forumNo topic.date:24-05-2004status:Unknowninfo:See this topic.CMSLDUforumNo topic.date:29-05-2004status:Unknowninfo:See this topic.CMSJoomla / Mamboforumtopicdate:27 February 2004status:Stableinfo:Orstio - 18 okt 2004 22:00: All known issues with the previous version are fixed and the readme should take care of all the non-bugs. Download.CMS: MD-pro (see PostNuke)CMSnextCMSforumNonedate:01 November 2004status:Unknowninfo:They use version YaBB 1 Gold - SP1!See here so it must be possible to integrate SMF (I think)CMS: PfaBB (see Enigma)CMS phpCMS phpCMS is a content management system, which convinces in particular by small system requirements, high performance and above all its flexibility.phpCMS is suitable for small private web pages and also for complex professional appearances and high traffic websites including the integration of webservices and external applications. forumtopicdate:06 Sept 2003 Last check: 5 nov 2007status:Working!info:They use version SMF 1.1.2 with phpcms 1.2.2 See here .CMSPHP Fusionforumtopicdate:07 September 2004status:unknowninfo:NoneCMSphpNukeforumtopicdate:13 August 2004status:Work in progressinfo:They are working on porting SMF into PHP Nuke.... and it will open to a full page, no header, footer, or sideblocks.(added 7-11-04:The smf integration with php nuke is going along with very few problems, at least right now.CMSpostNukeforumtopicdate:17 nov 2004status:Workinginfo:Updated to version 1.1 Get it herer.CMS forum: Topic: Some topic.date:08 November 2003 last check:08 January 2006status:Unknown! Integration: Theme's: Unknown Language: English/Multiinfo:There is some infoCMSTikiWikiforumtopicdate:01 October 2004status:Unknowninfo:NoneCMSXarayaforumtopicdate:10 april 2004status:Unknowninfo:NoneCMSXoopsforumtopicdate:06 August 2003status:Ongoinginfo:Look here.
Quote from: PORTAL-listPortal Bloc's Tiny Portal TinyPortal is a package which adds a website to your Simple Machines Forum. A substantial website can be created around your forum using the same theme and navigation tools as SMF. The end result is a website/forum with a completely integrated look and feel.TinyPortal is lightweight, fast and uses the same member database and login as SMF. Designed specifically for SMF, it complements the forum perfectly and won't interfere with or slow down your members at all.Using the menu driven TinyPortal Admin Panel, you can configure anything from a minimal addition to a comprehensive website. In a minimal configuration, it serves as an entry point for your forum displaying welcome information, news articles, or the latest posts from your forum.forumtopicdate:1 December 2004status:Working with SMF 1.1 Rc2 and Tiny Portal v0.8.1 info:Info TopicPortalEdge Portal]Changed!forumtopicdate:13 May 2004status:Unknowninfo:No info to find because of the site is'nt working optimal with the search option.PortalMKPortalChanged!forumtopicdate:19 november 2004status:Working: MKportal x SMF 1.0.3. Working on MKP PR1 versioninfo:Read this. Mkportal M10 [ Multiboard ] Released !!Voices say MKP won't support the next version.PortalocPortal Changed!forumtopicdate:20 August 2004status:No infoinfo:No full integration. There where several postings (and possible solutions) about integrating SMF to it. Do a search for SMF on the ocPortalsite to see where they are. With v2+, the integration is fairly inclusive and you can use SSI functions in the "Blocks" that OCPortal uses.Added info: (5-1-2006) Seems SMF is not in the picture anymore now they have pushed there new own forum in front.
Quote from: General-listChat FlashChatforumtopicdate:27 october 2004status:Complete!info:The chat is not free but $5.WebMailHiveMailforumtopicdate:22 September 2004status:Working!info:Testsite at Topic.WebMailX7chat.comChanged![/iforumNonedate:17 November 2004status:Working!info:Currently on v 3 alpha2 (included SMF mod). SMF Integration is included for SMF 1.1.4.The only issue with the integration is that the profiles are not merged. So, your profile in SMF is good, but it is not transfered over to the chat functions.
Quote from: Jay? on October 20, 2004, 11:16:58 AMThere are a couple of others, not sure if they are worthly of the list or not. They are billing clients for web hosting, which are as follows:Modernbill (currently have hooks for vbulliten, phpbb, and ib)WHMAutoPilot (current release has no hooks, but next release due out shortly will - I drop a line over there )lpanel (currently none - not sure if any are planned)These are CPanel scripts, I now there is also:PleskHelm and (...zap...)
Quote from: Abedie on October 20, 2004, 04:42:09 PMQuote from: Jay? on October 20, 2004, 11:16:58 AMThere are a couple of others, not sure if they are worthly of the list or not. They are billing clients for web hosting, which are as follows:Modernbill (currently have hooks for vbulliten, phpbb, and ib)WHMAutoPilot (current release has no hooks, but next release due out shortly will - I drop a line over there )lpanel (currently none - not sure if any are planned)These are CPanel scripts, I now there is also:PleskHelm and (...zap...)Hi, thanks .What I see here are some scripts used to manage accounts/offering scripts to hostingcomps. I miss DirectAdmin in there, I'm using myself.As far as I know there not integrating SMF but poss. offering SMF to install in an easy way. Maybe it's worth to mention those that offer SMF in a seperate category, but this list was ment to gave info on integration efforts.I will dive into that to see whats going on in that area, thanks for the help .Greetings,Abedie..
Quoteinfo: The chat is not free but $5. I cannot afford it so there's no evaluation done.
Quote from: Abedie on October 17, 2004, 11:58:23 AMI found it troublesome to see what Portals/CMS's are working with SMF and how far they are developping it. So afther weeks of reading up all topics, I decide to
Quote from: Metho on November 22, 2004, 09:46:05 PMI've installed Flashchat on a lot of SMF boards already. It integrates quite well with SMF and the instructions packaged with it for integration + the FlashChat Integration post on these boards makes it a snap for any level user. While I haven't delved into it deep, it looks pretty customizable, and is fairly functional.
Quote from: Mark_Breznay on October 19, 2005, 12:47:12 AMI just wish SMF would design their own portal.Mark
Quote from: permutations on October 11, 2005, 02:52:48 PMQuote from: Abedie on October 17, 2004, 11:58:23 AMI found it troublesome to see what Portals/CMS's are working with SMF and how far they are developping it. So afther weeks of reading up all topics, I decide to Thanks very much for taking the time to put that together and sharing it. It's very useful!I'm looking at adding Drupal to my site because it has a very unusual capability that I can't get any other way (and in fact, even to make Drupal do it will require some coding). But there's no way I'm switching away from SMF. I've very heavily modified the code to do some special things I needed for my site (post moderation, enhanced notification with improved formatting and the option of receiving all posts in email, and - most important (and hardest to code), paid subscriptions. Plus I use SMF authentication to control access to all member features and content on my site (not just the forum), and I use SMF templates throughout my site as well.I'm getting ready to install Drupal now, and if I can get it to "stand on its head" so to speak (I described what I'm trying to do in a message I posted in the Drupal thread you linked to here), then I'll write a bridge between SMF and Drupal. Since the SMF database is the one that has to be in control (since subscription payments are linked to it), the modification will be to Drupal rather than SMF and I'll be publishing it there.Someone in another thread mentioned name collisions with Drupal and SMF. That's true. I've already noticed two - both very heavily used: the variable $db_prefix, and the function db_query(). There are probably more. Ugh.Quote from: Metho on November 22, 2004, 09:46:05 PMI've installed Flashchat on a lot of SMF boards already. It integrates quite well with SMF and the instructions packaged with it for integration + the FlashChat Integration post on these boards makes it a snap for any level user. While I haven't delved into it deep, it looks pretty customizable, and is fairly functional.I installed FlashChat on my site (integrated with SMF) and it's very nice! marcnyc posted a helpful tutorial in the Tips & Tricks board on how to fully integrate it with SMF (even more tightly than what the FlashChat instructions provide for). I had couple minor problems with FlashChat - one I fixed, one not. I described these and posted the fix in the Tips & Tricks thread here.
Quote from: SpectroPro on October 29, 2005, 03:14:03 PMWhy not release some of your mods to the community. Just reading some of what you have done for your site, these are features that I would like to have on mine. Including the pay site. Just a thought... The SMF community grows and becomes the best by people like yourself sharing what they do with other. Hope you will... Email me if you choose to, I will definately get them all.