Re: Website Update

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dboyz
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Re: Website Update

Post by dboyz »

The website contest has ended but I am still impatiently waiting for the new website. How long will it take? I've been waiting since January. :P
cards
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Re: Re: Website Update

Post by cards »

I am in the process of working on the modules website. It is about 90% complete. I was notified that the lead on the main website --snip-- has been taken over by another coder. All i can say is have patience. You don't want to rush things if you want them to run correctly. :)
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dboyz
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Re: Re: Website Update

Post by dboyz »

I am still waiting impatiently o.o
katsklaw
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Re: Re: Website Update

Post by katsklaw »

You should replace "impatiently" with "patiently" ;) UnrealIRCd supporters, coders and other staff are all volunteers and have other real life commitments that take priority to irc including website development.

Being impatient will not make things happen faster, except raise your level of frustration.

Thanks for your understanding.
dboyz
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Re: Website Update

Post by dboyz »

Thank you but I guess the volunteer himself should update us with his progress. Just a suggestion :)
cards
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Re: Re: Website Update

Post by cards »

The modules site is currently under beta release. http://modules.unrealircd.org

The "Volunteers" can only work on things. I have done what I need to SO FAR. But there is a chain of command that needs to happen on every project done by Unreal, whether it be code, modules, or things such as sites. It is up to the "Staff" to decide when things go public, not the people working on such things. Learn patience and your world will be a whole lot better.

As per your request for "Updates" about how things are going. That is handled privately with the staff of Unreal. No need to make things public as certian things could become a security risk.
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dboyz
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Re: Website Update

Post by dboyz »

Thank you very much for your update and feedback, cards.
cheiron
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Re: Website Update

Post by cheiron »

Re Website update.

http://modules.unrealircd.org/modview.php?mod=6

module cannot be located for download which is a shame. page presents me with error message as follows ... Sorry, the website https cannot be found.

i ran up JS and had a look for errors and have posted errors from Network / main . Hope it helps with the debug
From Headers
Accept:text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8
Accept-Charset:ISO-8859-1,utf-8;q=0.7,*;q=0.3
Accept-Encoding:gzip,deflate,sdch
Accept-Language:en-GB,en-US;q=0.8,en;q=0.6
Connection:keep-alive
Cookie:bt_cookie_level=5
Host:www.webaddresshelp.bt.com
Referer:http://https//www.vulnscan.org/product/IRCOpProtect
User-Agent:Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686) AppleWebKit/535.19 (KHTML, like Gecko) Ubuntu/11.10 Chromium/18.0.1025.168 Chrome/18.0.1025.168 Safari/535.19
and from Query String
InterceptSource:0
ClientLocation:uk
ParticipantID:mg76cjr54t8kx45jjw4j4k9j5hsr5m26
FailureMode:1
SearchQuery:
FailedURI:http://https//www.vulnscan.org/product/IRCOpProtect
AddInType:4
Version:2.1.8-1.90base
Referer:http://modules.unrealircd.org/modview.php?mod=6
Implementation:0
Syzop
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Re: Re: Website Update

Post by Syzop »

Thanks for letting us know, this has now been fixed.
In the future, please use the link at the bottom of the modules site page called 'Report a problem' (modules@unrealircd.com), as we don't check the forums every day :)

As for the new modules site, see this news item.
We had a few weeks for testing (which turned out to be a good idea), and we also gave existing modules authors some time to respond regarding the transfer of their modules and if they are still willing to maintain them (which was pretty hopeless, I think 2 of them replied).
cheiron
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Re: Website Update

Post by cheiron »

Thanks Syzop. I do quite a bit of front user testing for a local web design company where i break their cms and user interface as they code it to uncover issues prior to release. if you wanted a hand in this area i would be tempted to lend my skills :)
dboyz
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Re: Website Update

Post by dboyz »

I've sent suggestions to the email provided. I hope it helps :)
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Re: Re: Website Update

Post by therock247uk »

how about updating the forums in someway? ie replacing the standard phpbb logo?
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Re: Re: Website Update

Post by Syzop »

Yes, dboyz, got it. I'll leave it up to our modules sites dev, though :)
dboyz
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Re: Re: Website Update

Post by dboyz »

Thank you for the notice. :)
n0kS
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Re: Re: Website Update

Post by n0kS »

It's an old thread but in case someone hasn't already noticed - the new website is up and running, check it out and tell us what you think about it ;-).
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