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Multilanguage FAQ Plugin for Geeklog v.0.1

  • Friday, September 10 2004 @ 05:32 am EDT
  • Contributed by: Anonymous
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Plugins The first version of a new plugin for Geeklog has been released. The FAQ plugin aims at filling the hole in the plugin collection already available and finally providing FAQ functionality for every geeklog site.


The new plugin features a linear topic structure and a translation module. At first, all entries are done in one language, and can then be translated into any other language. Users will see always the entries in their kanguage, as long a translation exists. If not, it will be listed in the default langauge.

Future versions will include: Hitcounters, voting, translation requests, search etc etc.

ATTENTION: This is a BETA release. Future versions will NOT include upgrade functions, so dont spend too much time inserting content! Although it works fine, this is for testing purpose only. Please report any bugs and feature requests.

Please download from the "Downloads" section of my site or on Geeklog.net

phpBBBridge 0.50 Released

  • Tuesday, August 31 2004 @ 08:46 am EDT
  • Contributed by:
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Plugins I would like to announce that the initial version of phpBBBridge has been released! This plugin is designed to integrate phpBB with your Geeklog install.

Please be sure to read over the enclosed readme very carefully. It contains detailed installation instructions as well as very important information about the plugin.

As this is the first release of the phpBBBridge, I would really appreciate any feedback and bug reports. Let me know what you think!

If you would like to test out this integration before downloading, I have the plugin installed at my demo site.

You can download the plugin from Geeklog.net, here, as well as over at my demo site.

SpamX Comment Spam Plugin

  • Monday, June 14 2004 @ 03:12 pm EDT
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Plugins The Geeklog SpamX plugin was created to fight the problem of comment spam for Geeklog systems. If you are unfamiliar with comment spam you might see look at the discussions in the forum here and see the Comment Spam Manifesto.

The main mechanism SpamX uses to fight comment spam is to use the blacklist created by Jay Allen and Movable type Users - MT-Blacklist. The MT-Blacklist theory is that comment spammers do it to increase their google page rankings and therefore the link is all important. The MT-Blacklist therefore only filters on urls.

The MT-Blacklist is only one part of the Geeklog SpamX plugin however. The SpamX plugin has its own personal blacklist that you can add to. You can use it to filter anything from comments. One option is to import the Geeklog censor list and ban all comments which contain one of those words. This or an expanded list would be usefull for a website that caters to children. The SpamX plugin was built to be expandable to easily adapt to changes the comment spammers might make. There are three types of modules admin, examin and action. A new module is contained in a file and can simply be dropped in and it will be added to the plugin. The modules with which the plugin ships are:

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