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Ewiki 1.2

  • Sunday, August 28 2005 @ 08:50 am EDT
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Plugins I've just posted the Ewiki 1.2 version of the ErfurtWiki plugin to the downloads section of this site, and on my site. Please give it a try and let me know if you have any issues.

This version allows users to prevent anonymous posters from accessing the site. If you do want to allow anonymous to access the site, then you can do so in the Geeklog group administration page.



phpBBBridge 1.0 released!

  • Thursday, May 19 2005 @ 04:09 pm EDT
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Plugins Today marks a major milestone in the release of the phpBBBridge plugin. I am proud to announce that the phpBB--Geeklog integration has reached version 1.0!

At its core, phpBBBridge is a standard Geeklog plugin that integrates the phpBB forum with Geeklog. It provides a single sign-on solution, allowing your users to get everything out of both Geeklog and phpBB using a single account on your site. It also transparently and seamlessly merges the interfaces of these two applications.

Its list of features includes:

Geeklog Usage Stats [GUS] Plugin

  • Monday, May 09 2005 @ 04:13 pm EDT
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Plugins The Geeklog Usage Stats [GUS] plugin collects statistics on who visits your site, which browser and operating system they are using, which pages they view, and which links they are clicking to get there. It allows the administrator to browse these stats through a series of tables, getting right down into the data they're interested in.

This plugin is based on the Stats plugin by Tom Willett and John Hughes. The major difference between the two plugins is the layout of the database and, as of the latest version, CSS for the tables. Reports from testers indicate that it requires about half the space in the database and is noticeably faster.

GUS provides an interface for importing your data from the stats plugin v1.2 or v1.3.

The latest version adds a new way to look at IP addresses and uses CSS for tables so it may be customised more easily for different themes.

You can find a couple of screenshots or download it through my geeklog software page, or you can download it right here on geeklog.net.

"This is the new Stats." - Tom Willett, Stats plugin developer

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