- About St.Ego
Getting at Mailman with PHP and Xaraya
For some time now, I have been picking away at the idea of connecting the Mailman mailing list server to Xaraya. If I could get Xaraya to read Mailman data, including the list of members and the archive of posts, I could provide a powerful (and free) listserv to Xaraya members by automatically adding them to a mailing list in Mailman that is associated with membership in a specific group in Xaraya (ostensibly the default Users group, but any group could ostensibly be used for various purposes). Furthermore, I could automatically establish user accounts in Xaraya for all listserv members in Mailman, run via CRON to keep a Xaraya group and a Mailman list in sync together.
However, it's been an uphill battle getting at Mailman from anything but the command line... until now!
St.Ego in xarPolitics: Xaraya Project Management Committee Elected
Over the years, various people have scoffed at my aspirations of political involvement. Astrologically, I am a Leo, and I fulfill that stereotype quite well, if I do say so. Leo's are typically attributed with leadership skills and a strong inclination to use them. I am no exception. I was a supervisor almost as soon as I was hired on in many of the jobs that I have held over the years. Let's say that I just... have a tendency to take over.
As of this month, I am now officially a member of the Xaraya PMC (Project Management Committee), the body responsible for maintaining and supporting the Xaraya platform and it's developer communitee. Together with Marty Vance and Chris Powis, we will be responsible for ensuring that Xaraya continues to be the most viable web platform available.
Stay tuned for details about the Xaraya PMC and what it will be doing to start building the community. Not all of the developers have to work on the code; some of them have to work on the bigger picture.
It is my privilege and pleasure to serve alongside my fellow committee members. I look forward to posting here about my many successes with inspiring other leadership within the Xaraya community. This incredible tool is available to give web developers what they will find missing in any other FOSS platform on the market today. Welcome home and thank you for voting!
After listening to some of the other podcasts that are out there, I decided that the time has come for me to give it a try.
I recently downloaded Audacity, which offers voice-activated recording features and accepts the line-in that is currently carrying the mic from an old over-the-ear gaming headset I had sitting around. I have to increase the Gain quite a bit to hear myself after recording through such a low-end mic, but it gets the job done.
In order to run a podcast, however, you need more than just a few mp3's.
In about two hours, I worked out a way to run podcasts from Xaraya using only Xarpages, a new articles pubtype and a couple of templates. Continue reading to see the actual templates and get started setting up your own podcast using Xaraya!
My Ping.fm Auto-Cross-Poster w/Snippets!
Then I discovered Ping.fm and have been using it ever since.
However, I was not able to publish the code snippets that I used to accomplish this for you, my readers... until now.
BloodFrontier FOSS FPS Gets Slashdotted
What does it mean to get "Slashdotted"?
If you have been online for a decent amount of time, you probably know about the news site for geeks called Slashdot.
From this, you may surmise that getting "Slashdotted" involves getting your site linked to in an article on Slashdot, resulting in a significant increase in your site traffic.
You would be correct. Very correct.
You may also surmise that this increase in traffic results in a corresponding increase in sales/leads/etc.
HTB23156 Security Advisory: Multiple XSS Vulnerabilities in Xaraya
Advisory ID: HTB23156. Product: Xaraya. Vendor: Xaraya Development Group. Vulnerable Versions: 2.4.0-b1 and probably prior. Tested Version: 2.4.0-b1. Vendor Notification: May 15, 2013. Public Disclosure: June 5, 2013. Vulnerability Type ...
SourceWell - Xaraya 1.2.0-rc1
Xaraya 1.2.0-rc1 (Development). by helix - Tuesday, 15. December 2009, 08:48:01 CET. Xaraya is an extensible, Open Source web application framework written in PHP and licensed under the GNU General Public License.
Moving from Xaraya 1.2 to Wordpress 3.5 | xorprime
I'm about to say that this is a migration but what I have achieved only is just moving the articles from Xaraya to WordPress. I have to bite the bullet because upgrading to Xaraya 2.0 (Jamaica) is going to take the same effort.
Xaraya Stack - BitNami Forums
Xaraya Stack. Subscribe to Xaraya Stack 3 post(s), 2 voice(s). 16 Apr, 2009 06:28 AM. Avatar Crisp 2 post(s). Hi can I get my project included?[/quote]. A Xaraya Web Application Framework stack would be fantastic! Project info at http://xaraya.
Evile - Xaraya Lyrics
Evile - Xaraya lyrics, Xaraya song lyrics, Xaraya text, Xaraya video at LyricsMode.com.
Xaraya to Drupal Migration Script | drupal.org
I moved a Xaraya 1.0 site over to Drupal 4.7.4 a few days ago and decided that the script (a gruesome hack of Karthik and Alexis Bellido's phpnuke import script) could use some communal love. It does the following: import of ...
codeworks gnomedia » Blog Archive » Starting off with Xaraya
Xaraya is a Content Management System (CMS) that is available under the GPL, written in PHP, with a MySQL database at the backend. I've just setup a Xaraya system for the ACCU, an association of programmers, and here ...
xaraya - SWiK
Xaraya is an extensible, Open Source web application framework written in PHP and licensed under the GNU General Public License. Xaraya delivers the requisite infrastructure and tools to create custom web applications that include fully ...
St. Ego's Ivory Tower :: Getting at Mailman with PHP and Xaraya
For some time now, I have been picking away at the idea of connecting the Mailman mailing list server to Xaraya. If I could get Xaraya to read Mailman data, including the list of members and the archive of posts, I could ...
Port of Xaraya's dynamic data module to Drupal. | drupal.org
Hi everyone. I need someone to have ported XARAYA's dynamicdata module to drupal as i want to migrate one huge db and have all the functions that module does. I am ok for releasing this under GPL on drupal.org ...
Using Subversion and Xaraya
Now that I decided to use Subversion, I've set it up for my Xaraya projects too.
How to do Anonymous Comments
With just a couple clicks you can enable anonymous comments on your articles. But it says "Posted by: Anonymous". What if you want people to add their name? [Updated with more thoughts about psyching out spambots]
How to query if a user is a member of a group?
Here's a little function I wrote to do it.
Another Neat Example of Pageforms
I had a need for a form and function solution, and pageforms provided a quick and easy way
Use the Xaraya xar:template tag to help modularize your templates and avoid redundancy.
setting up scheduler with crontab
Authentication with Email Address Only
You can simplify things for your users if you allow them to register and log in with their email address rather than username.
Don't tab to my labels, pleez
Have you noticed in forms that tabbing lands on the next label then you have to tab again to go to the input field?
new builds - xarigami 1.5.4
New builds are finally up!
- xarigami 1.4.3 and 1.5.2
The Julian Calendar module has been updated and now available for pre-release testing.
xarigami 1.4.3 and 1.5.2
Xarigami 1.4.3 for php 5.2.x and xarigami 1.5.2 for php 5.3.x and php 5.4.x are now available for download.
new life to an awesome module
- Core MTN now php 5.3
- 1.5.0 beta build
- xartinymce 3.3.0 released
- Sitecontact 1.3.3 released
- xartinymce 3.3.0b1 available
- Web App Gallery, Part 1
- 8 Steps to Successful PPC Campaigns
- Kicking Off iPhone Development
- What’s New in IE9
- Making the Most of Google Webmaster Tools
- Adapting an Interface for Touch Devices
- Laying the Foundations of SEO Success
- OAuth for PHP Twitter Apps, Part 2
- 3 Ways to Leverage Social Interactions in Your SEO Campaigns
- Programming Amazon S3, Part II