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« on: October 03, 2004, 09:53:06 am »

Hi all, is down due to the lack of support and donations.
Running a graphics intensive website has paid the bandwidth price.

The person who paid for the site doesn't pay for it anymore, and we (gtroll, djmaze) don't want to pay for it.
PHP-Nuke users also don't seem to care because they don't donate to keep it alive and no-one has volunteerd to keep the development ongoing.

If some people like to keep on developing and need help of us then don't hesitate to contact us here or on
The CVS module is still up and running on SF including a bunch of modified phpnuke files, and it oculd be all yours.

Time will tell :-\\
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Re: down (maybe forever)
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2004, 11:52:04 am »

What a shame.  I've been developing a phpnuke site with coppermine for some time.  I've had a lot of difficulty with it, and I think other users have done too.  There seem to be a lot more people asking quesitons about how to fix it than helping each other develop it (and thus not making many contributions) I suppose that happens because phpnuke reached some kind of critical mass.  Still some forum was better than nothing.  If I'd known it was going to die, I'd have made a better contribution too.

Why not set aside a single forum on this site for discussion of coppermine for phpnuke etc.?  That would do almost as well, it doesn't need a site of its own necessarily.



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Re: down (maybe forever)
« Reply #2 on: November 28, 2004, 05:46:04 pm »

Nuke development has been abandoned, so the only resource available is  Since the majority of nuke users just take instead of develop, the support the developers recieved was terrible, hence the decision to drop support for it.

As we have no experience with the nuke cms, a board would only serve as a place for nuke users to post questions with very little hope of getting any kind of response.  And I fear exactly the same thing would happen here - asking and taking and not returning anything to the port.
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