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Help with Servoy Open Source website

Postby ROCLASI » Mon Jan 31, 2005 11:08 am

Any Servoy developers here who are fluent in Lasso Prof. development?
I am setting up a website to facilitate Open Source development for Servoy (solutions/modules/plugins).
I could use some help with parts of the website.

Please contact me at robert at servoyforge dot net.
Any idea's, comments, questions are also welcome on that address.
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Postby Westy » Mon Jan 31, 2005 4:13 pm

If you want to setup a phpBB forum like this one at a low cost, you can do so at www.VizaWeb.com (with a "z", not a "s"). They pretty much do everything for you in terms of hosting and setting up the MySQL database and configuring it to work with phpBB. Notice that their starter package at $2.95 a month includes one-click phpBB2 setup. If you have ever tried to set up phpBB/MySQL on your own you will greatly appreciate how they have dramatically simplified the process. They also include Fantastico and cPanel which provides a wide variety of web hosting features that are available with a few clicks of the mouse. I do not know how they manage to do what they do for such a low price. We have been using them for several months without problems.
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Postby ROCLASI » Mon Jan 31, 2005 9:14 pm

Thanks Westy, but I already have things set up on my collocated Xserve.
I also was thinking to do things in a more tailored approach.
Reason for me to ask for a pair of extra hands on this one.
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Postby Jan Aleman » Sat Feb 05, 2005 12:58 am

How about using Servoy Headless Client instead of Lassso? I'm sure servoy will be open to sponsoring licenses for such an excellent initiative!
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Postby ROCLASI » Sat Feb 05, 2005 12:09 pm

Sounds like an excellent plan.
Another great opportunity to learn some hands-on in-depth JSP as well.
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