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  • ejucovy uploaded a new plugin: Default Group Notifications
  • ejucovy commented on the plugin Blogs for groups
    Hi Ivan, I found your plugin and am testing it for use on our Elgg 1.5 site.  It seems to be working well on Elgg 1.5 without any modifications.  Thanks for the plugin. :) I made a few small changes to the plugin for our site.  They...
  • ejucovy commented on the plugin New Profile Redirector
    @Daniel, I'm glad to hear it's been useful! > What do I have to write if I want to redirect my first login users to the profile? To send users to the profile page after first login, look at First Login Redirector.  You can configure that...
  • ejucovy uploaded a new plugin: New Profile Redirector
    • @ ejucovy

      Thanks for the plugin. Is really usefull. I have some Q's. What do I have to write if I want to redirect my first login users to the profile?And may I re-redirect again (twice) the first login user?

      Thanks in advance

       

    • @Daniel,

      I'm glad to hear it's been useful!

      > What do I have to write if I want to redirect my first login users to the profile?

      To send users to the profile page after first login, look at First Login Redirector.  You can configure that plugin to point users to their profile.

      > And may I re-redirect again (twice) the first login user?

      Not sure I understand what you mean here?

  • ejucovy is now a friend with MrEnoch
  • ejucovy replied on the discussion topic SVN vs git on github in the group Feedback and Planning
    We're thinking about switching from SVN to git hosted by github.  Any community thoughts on this?
    • As a side, yet related, note, has any of you looked into the Atlassian suite (http://www.atlassian.com/)?  We purchased it for work about a year ago and have been very pleased. They have a free license for open source projects (http://www.atlassian.com/opensource/).

      Just an idea to be filed away under "options".

    • @Ed It's been upgraded to the latest version of Trac.  GUI-wise, this doesn't change much.  I actually quite like trac's GUI, and the other point you brought up are a matter of core team / community involvement, which as I hope is clear we're improving.

      What I'm going to do in the not-too-distant future is set up mirroring SVN to github to let people unsure about git have a try...

    • As it wassaid before - main problem and task isn't technological issude, but methodological. Without appropriatechanging of development model (if it's needed) changing only SCM will do less than nothing:

      1. Branch merging works nice in SVN, if developer don't forget mantra "Merge ofteb, merge fast"

      2. Chaos of partially-finished brances in any DCVS give us all one more headache - "Where is the best branch for me?"

      3. As mentioned also - why even don't see at Mercurial (well-designed, smartly-implemented), which I see as a better choice in DCVS world vs Git (which was born as a mix of "home-made code" Perl+shell+...)

      DCVS in coomon plays welll in situation of

      1. a lot of developers,

      2. which implements unrelated and independent changes

      10-15 authors (with community-commiters) isn't a big problem for well-organized work with "classic" VCS

  • ejucovy replied on the discussion topic SVN vs git on github in the group Feedback and Planning
    We're thinking about switching from SVN to git hosted by github.  Any community thoughts on this?
    • As a side, yet related, note, has any of you looked into the Atlassian suite (http://www.atlassian.com/)?  We purchased it for work about a year ago and have been very pleased. They have a free license for open source projects (http://www.atlassian.com/opensource/).

      Just an idea to be filed away under "options".

    • @Ed It's been upgraded to the latest version of Trac.  GUI-wise, this doesn't change much.  I actually quite like trac's GUI, and the other point you brought up are a matter of core team / community involvement, which as I hope is clear we're improving.

      What I'm going to do in the not-too-distant future is set up mirroring SVN to github to let people unsure about git have a try...

    • As it wassaid before - main problem and task isn't technological issude, but methodological. Without appropriatechanging of development model (if it's needed) changing only SCM will do less than nothing:

      1. Branch merging works nice in SVN, if developer don't forget mantra "Merge ofteb, merge fast"

      2. Chaos of partially-finished brances in any DCVS give us all one more headache - "Where is the best branch for me?"

      3. As mentioned also - why even don't see at Mercurial (well-designed, smartly-implemented), which I see as a better choice in DCVS world vs Git (which was born as a mix of "home-made code" Perl+shell+...)

      DCVS in coomon plays welll in situation of

      1. a lot of developers,

      2. which implements unrelated and independent changes

      10-15 authors (with community-commiters) isn't a big problem for well-organized work with "classic" VCS

Activity

  • ejucovy uploaded a new plugin: Default Group Notifications
  • ejucovy commented on the plugin Blogs for groups
    Hi Ivan, I found your plugin and am testing it for use on our Elgg 1.5 site.  It seems to be working well on Elgg 1.5 without any modifications.  Thanks for the plugin. :) I made a few small changes to the plugin for our site.  They...
  • ejucovy commented on the plugin New Profile Redirector
    @Daniel, I'm glad to hear it's been useful! > What do I have to write if I want to redirect my first login users to the profile? To send users to the profile page after first login, look at First Login Redirector.  You can configure that...
  • ejucovy uploaded a new plugin: New Profile Redirector
    • @ ejucovy

      Thanks for the plugin. Is really usefull. I have some Q's. What do I have to write if I want to redirect my first login users to the profile?And may I re-redirect again (twice) the first login user?

      Thanks in advance

       

    • @Daniel,

      I'm glad to hear it's been useful!

      > What do I have to write if I want to redirect my first login users to the profile?

      To send users to the profile page after first login, look at First Login Redirector.  You can configure that plugin to point users to their profile.

      > And may I re-redirect again (twice) the first login user?

      Not sure I understand what you mean here?

  • ejucovy is now a friend with MrEnoch
  • ejucovy replied on the discussion topic SVN vs git on github in the group Feedback and Planning
    We're thinking about switching from SVN to git hosted by github.  Any community thoughts on this?
    • As a side, yet related, note, has any of you looked into the Atlassian suite (http://www.atlassian.com/)?  We purchased it for work about a year ago and have been very pleased. They have a free license for open source projects (http://www.atlassian.com/opensource/).

      Just an idea to be filed away under "options".

    • @Ed It's been upgraded to the latest version of Trac.  GUI-wise, this doesn't change much.  I actually quite like trac's GUI, and the other point you brought up are a matter of core team / community involvement, which as I hope is clear we're improving.

      What I'm going to do in the not-too-distant future is set up mirroring SVN to github to let people unsure about git have a try...

    • As it wassaid before - main problem and task isn't technological issude, but methodological. Without appropriatechanging of development model (if it's needed) changing only SCM will do less than nothing:

      1. Branch merging works nice in SVN, if developer don't forget mantra "Merge ofteb, merge fast"

      2. Chaos of partially-finished brances in any DCVS give us all one more headache - "Where is the best branch for me?"

      3. As mentioned also - why even don't see at Mercurial (well-designed, smartly-implemented), which I see as a better choice in DCVS world vs Git (which was born as a mix of "home-made code" Perl+shell+...)

      DCVS in coomon plays welll in situation of

      1. a lot of developers,

      2. which implements unrelated and independent changes

      10-15 authors (with community-commiters) isn't a big problem for well-organized work with "classic" VCS

  • ejucovy replied on the discussion topic SVN vs git on github in the group Feedback and Planning
    We're thinking about switching from SVN to git hosted by github.  Any community thoughts on this?
    • As a side, yet related, note, has any of you looked into the Atlassian suite (http://www.atlassian.com/)?  We purchased it for work about a year ago and have been very pleased. They have a free license for open source projects (http://www.atlassian.com/opensource/).

      Just an idea to be filed away under "options".

    • @Ed It's been upgraded to the latest version of Trac.  GUI-wise, this doesn't change much.  I actually quite like trac's GUI, and the other point you brought up are a matter of core team / community involvement, which as I hope is clear we're improving.

      What I'm going to do in the not-too-distant future is set up mirroring SVN to github to let people unsure about git have a try...

    • As it wassaid before - main problem and task isn't technological issude, but methodological. Without appropriatechanging of development model (if it's needed) changing only SCM will do less than nothing:

      1. Branch merging works nice in SVN, if developer don't forget mantra "Merge ofteb, merge fast"

      2. Chaos of partially-finished brances in any DCVS give us all one more headache - "Where is the best branch for me?"

      3. As mentioned also - why even don't see at Mercurial (well-designed, smartly-implemented), which I see as a better choice in DCVS world vs Git (which was born as a mix of "home-made code" Perl+shell+...)

      DCVS in coomon plays welll in situation of

      1. a lot of developers,

      2. which implements unrelated and independent changes

      10-15 authors (with community-commiters) isn't a big problem for well-organized work with "classic" VCS

  • ejucovy replied on the discussion topic SVN vs git on github in the group Feedback and Planning
    We're thinking about switching from SVN to git hosted by github.  Any community thoughts on this?
    • As a side, yet related, note, has any of you looked into the Atlassian suite (http://www.atlassian.com/)?  We purchased it for work about a year ago and have been very pleased. They have a free license for open source projects (http://www.atlassian.com/opensource/).

      Just an idea to be filed away under "options".

    • @Ed It's been upgraded to the latest version of Trac.  GUI-wise, this doesn't change much.  I actually quite like trac's GUI, and the other point you brought up are a matter of core team / community involvement, which as I hope is clear we're improving.

      What I'm going to do in the not-too-distant future is set up mirroring SVN to github to let people unsure about git have a try...

    • As it wassaid before - main problem and task isn't technological issude, but methodological. Without appropriatechanging of development model (if it's needed) changing only SCM will do less than nothing:

      1. Branch merging works nice in SVN, if developer don't forget mantra "Merge ofteb, merge fast"

      2. Chaos of partially-finished brances in any DCVS give us all one more headache - "Where is the best branch for me?"

      3. As mentioned also - why even don't see at Mercurial (well-designed, smartly-implemented), which I see as a better choice in DCVS world vs Git (which was born as a mix of "home-made code" Perl+shell+...)

      DCVS in coomon plays welll in situation of

      1. a lot of developers,

      2. which implements unrelated and independent changes

      10-15 authors (with community-commiters) isn't a big problem for well-organized work with "classic" VCS

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  • ejucovy uploaded a new plugin: First Login Redirector
    • hello
         place.com would be the link to redirect users to your profile editing page??

    • @poppler - have you tested this with a new user logging in for the first time?  This is the only way to test, and It should work. Points to note - you cannot test the url by just entering it into your browser and be brought to the profile edit page.  Also, you need the brackets for the shortcut to work [username], this is also stipulated in the plugins settings page.  Hope this helps.

    • Can this be made compatible with Facebook Connect users?