Pligg Summer 2007 Survey Results

Last week I asked Pligg users to fill out a survey to help me gauge how well we are doing at giving our users what they want. So far 74 users have replied with their answers and the results will be very helpful in helping the developers choose what should be next on the development
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Beta 9.5 released, here’s what’s new.

Digg It! Yesterday evening Pligg released beta version 9.5, our last installment of the beta series for Pligg. Between this release and the next there will be additional optimizations performed and some final tweaking and bugfixes added. It has been decided that most features from this point out should be added through the semi-new module
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Pligg Magazine Advertisement

I spent the day with my girlfriend trying to come up with an advertisement idea for a magazine ad. I was asked to prepare an ad to be used for an online distribution magazine that is going to feature several open source projects with full page advertisements. I didn’t want to bore the readers with
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OpenID, Database and New Mods

OpenID I found a handy script from PHPClasses to ease my OpenID module development. The goal of this mod is too allow both regular logins and OpenID logins. Currently the BETA version of this mod only works for existing accounts. The user will go into their profile and set their OpenID url. They will then
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Gone to NAB 2007

I leave Friday morning to head out to Las Vegas, courtesy of Avid, to cover this year’s NAB conference and expo. I will be interning with Avid for 6 days doing a lot of video interviews with industry professionals to be broadcast on the net. I will be interviewing Irene Burns, co-producer of the television
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Pligg is Hiring for Temporary Position

Pligg is seeking a designer who is experienced in Template Lite template design and is able to take a Photoshop .psd file and convert it into a working Pligg template. This job will be a full time position (30-40 hour weeks) for a maximum of two weeks. This job requires an advanced knowledge of the
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Pligg Forum’s Live Page

Last week I showed everyone the forum page that displays the estimated online time for Pligg forum users. This week I am showing off a feature that has never been shown to anyone outside of the developer group before. It’s called the “Live” page, it functions a lot like the Pligg “Live” page, updating information
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Pligg Forum Time Statistics

I’m a huge fan of web statistics. I love figuring out how many visitors have checked out my site, how much time they have spent on it and even where the person is visiting from. A lot of these statistics are commonly found in site statistic software like Google Analytics and Mint, but neither offer
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Codename: Fraxi, Part I

I’ve been working on a new template to be used on Pligg.com in the near future, and it has come to be known as Fraxi among the Pligg developers because I originally began designing the template for the domain Fraxi.com. The new template will be made as a Pligg template and as this point I
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SuperGu Copyrights Pligg Code, Sends C&D

Digg this entry here. In recent weeks Pligg has received two letters from SuperGu (SG) and their law firm. The first letter stated that Pligg’s template yget infringed on SuperGu’s copyright. At first we wondered how could this be since SuperGu has never released any code and the beta code they did release (SuperGu 1.3)
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