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DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by guilliam » Sun Dec 18, 2005 9:13 am

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this thread is specifically made thru for the DISCUSSION of the thread located here: http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,25317.0.html


- Please post additions, corrections, or comments on this thread.
- Only install Joomla add-ons from known sources
- Always have backups before you start installing CMMs. Always!!!




We thank Ken McDonald for his time and efforts in gathering all this resources.





*Primary gathering of the list of resources was Done by kenmcd. credits and gratitude goes to him.





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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by Predator » Sun Dec 18, 2005 12:57 pm

Can you please add in the Category Blog:

JD-WordPress blog Dec 2005 New!
JD-WP is a integration of the famous WordPress Blogging system. This Components comes with several Modules.
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Demos: Demo-Joomladeveloping
WordPress home
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The "Humor, Fun and Games" forum has  more than 2500 Posts, so why not build a "Humor, Fun and Games Working" Group?
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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by guilliam » Sun Dec 18, 2005 1:36 pm

marko, added as requested. thanks for updating. ;)

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by Predator » Sun Dec 18, 2005 1:39 pm

guilliam wrote:

marko, added as requested. thanks for updating. ;)

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No prob, also saw the JD-Wiki in category Wiki containts (in development now) can you update this, is no longer in developing now it is ready for use. ;)
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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by guilliam » Sun Dec 18, 2005 3:52 pm

^^updated as well. ;)
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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by Alpaca » Mon Dec 19, 2005 1:48 pm

Some updates:

Related Items Bot and Module is listed twice (Content Management and Related Items). The coordinates given for the second entry seem to be the most recent.

ReMOSitory has moved to http://www.remository.com, which also seems to be the new home for Quickdown.

ReMOSitory Ext has moved to http://www.joomlart.com/download/Downlo ... omponents/.
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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by jphilbert » Mon Dec 19, 2005 6:23 pm

I created a module for OWA intergrated Login (exchange 2003 ONLY Outlook Web Access)

download: http://developer.joomla.org/sf/projects ... tergration
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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by guilliam » Tue Dec 20, 2005 10:56 am

Alpaca wrote: Some updates:
Related Items Bot and Module is listed twice (Content Management and Related Items). The coordinates given for the second entry seem to be the most recent.
hi al! the first one refers to "Related Items Bot" while the second refers to "Related Items XTD" note the "XTD".


ReMOSitory has moved to http://www.remository.com, which also seems to be the new home for Quickdown.

ReMOSitory Ext has moved to http://www.joomlart.com/download/Downlo ... omponents/.
^^updated! thanks. ;)

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by guilliam » Tue Dec 20, 2005 11:12 am

jphilbert wrote: I created a module for OWA intergrated Login (exchange 2003 ONLY Outlook Web Access)

download: http://developer.joomla.org/sf/projects ... tergration
demo:  http://webmail.doe.vi
ADDED! and also added a new category "EMAIL". thanks for updating. keep them coming.


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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by elmoch » Tue Dec 20, 2005 11:19 am

Update and additions:
You're doing a good, valuable and hard work. Thank you! :)
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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by guilliam » Tue Dec 20, 2005 11:36 am

elmoch wrote: Update and additions:
You're doing a good, valuable and hard work. Thank you! :)
BOTH edited/Added! thanks for updating. SPOT ON! :)

btw.. its the valuable work of kenmcd. ;)


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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by guilliam » Tue Dec 20, 2005 11:39 am

btw.. will appreciate it greatly if descriptions will also be added for a quick modification of the list. thanks.

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by elmoch » Tue Dec 20, 2005 12:06 pm

guilliam wrote: btw.. its the valuable work of kenmcd. ;)

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Which you are maintaining at the moment, if I'm not wrong!  :)
guilliam wrote: btw.. will appreciate it greatly if descriptions will also be added for a quick modification of the list. thanks.

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by guilliam » Tue Dec 20, 2005 1:10 pm

@elmoch, np mate! just keep them coming. :)
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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by de » Tue Dec 20, 2005 1:12 pm

what happened with ken btw?... somehow i seem to have missed something

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by Tonie » Tue Dec 20, 2005 1:22 pm

Had a bit of a run-in with somebody on the forum. Unfortunately deleted his three really useful posts, which are three of the best here on the forum.

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by de » Tue Dec 20, 2005 3:35 pm

Thanks, that's really unfortunate.

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by guysmiley » Tue Dec 20, 2005 9:25 pm

I haven't yet had a chance to completely browse the list, but thanks very much for picking up some of Ken's great lists!  It's a HUGE benefit to us all!

Is there a way to:
A) Make these suggestions hotlinked to a bright shiny button outside the forum so that users can find the list easily?
B) Is there a way to provide a ranking/feedback mechanism for these components/bots?

Thanks for you efforts!

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by Tonie » Wed Dec 21, 2005 12:27 pm

There will be a more 'official' list later on, work is being done behind the scenes to provide this.

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by mstecha » Thu Dec 22, 2005 6:59 pm

The bigAPE backup module has the following link:

http://www.bigape.co.uk/index.php?optio ... &Itemid=26

which gives a permission denied error.  The link really should be:

http://www.bigape.co.uk/index.php?optio ... &Itemid=26

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by Alejo » Fri Dec 23, 2005 12:31 am

guysmiley wrote:
B) Is there a way to provide a ranking/feedback mechanism for these components/bots?
Maybe not as comprehensive as the list here, but you can find an organized directory of Joomla addons at joomlaratings.com and provide ratings and comments for them.
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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by guilliam » Fri Dec 23, 2005 10:52 am

@mstecha,

thanks for the update. its now UPDATED. ;)

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by romit » Fri Dec 23, 2005 3:08 pm

Hello Guillam

Many thanks for the list its a great help for noobs like me
But I have a small correction in the list,
The TFSforMAMBO statistics poject has ended and it has been removed from MamboForge
TFSforMAMBO
A web statistics/stats/counter package. Features: OS, browser, bots/spiders, referrers, last visitors, last bots/spiders, page hits, visitors by country, average visitors/bots, search engines, and keywords.
Home MamboForge Documentation Tutorial Screenshots Demos
The author says this
Due to lack of time and other interests, I have decided to stop developing TFSforMAMBO.

I have had a great time developing for MAMBO, but it is time to move on...
Cheers

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by Alejo » Fri Dec 23, 2005 3:40 pm

It can be found here: http://www.caffeinecoder.net/component/ ... /Itemid,7/
romit wrote: Hello Guillam

Many thanks for the list its a great help for noobs like me
But I have a small correction in the list,
The TFSforMAMBO statistics poject has ended and it has been removed from MamboForge
TFSforMAMBO
A web statistics/stats/counter package. Features: OS, browser, bots/spiders, referrers, last visitors, last bots/spiders, page hits, visitors by country, average visitors/bots, search engines, and keywords.
Home MamboForge Documentation Tutorial Screenshots Demos
The author says this
Due to lack of time and other interests, I have decided to stop developing TFSforMAMBO.

I have had a great time developing for MAMBO, but it is time to move on...
Cheers

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by romit » Fri Dec 23, 2005 4:26 pm

Thanks Alejo  :)

I think guillam should update the links to this URL
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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by guilliam » Fri Dec 23, 2005 4:35 pm

thank you guys.

its now updated! (TFSforJOOMLA!)

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Post by SmallR2002 » Fri Dec 23, 2005 7:11 pm

User Home Pages
http://www.joomlaya.com/component/optio ... ,category/
Description:
Graphical UHP is a revision of the Joomla UHP component allowing users to create a homepage on your website. Ive created a new graphical dashboard/menu for the admin - making it much easier to use this great component. This also updates the logo that shows on the front end of your website to something a bit more modern and sleek.

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The old list had a few of these on, when I came back to grab and install one it was gone, so I'll contribute back and give you the URL which google pulled up for me.

Many Thanks, Robert Small.

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by elmoch » Wed Dec 28, 2005 1:49 am

Hi guilliam,

UPDATE in Glossary - Dictionary
RD Glossary version 1.0 stable is out.
Description: A configurable glossary component for Joomla! It shows a glossary in XHTML format and uses the right semantic for this type of information. You can design the output using CSS. A total new version built from scratch.
Includes several language files. Also available: searchbot, highlight content bot and newest items module.
Home - Joomla! Forge - Info in English - More info in German

Language files now included in the .zip, as stated above.

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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by elmoch » Wed Dec 28, 2005 6:35 pm

Hello again.

NEW component for Forms
perForms
A Joomla component that allows admins to easily create dynamic forms. Results can be emailed to any email address or saved in a database table. All the results in the database can be viewed using a basic report page. All form elements and simple validation rules are supported.
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Re: DISCUSSION: Joomla Components, Modules, and Mambots

Post by elmoch » Sat Jan 07, 2006 2:56 am

Bump!
Anybody home after holidays?  ;)
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