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Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Thu Dec 08, 2005 11:56 pm
by MystaMax
Man, I love the work ya doing Marko. I have to let you know that.  It'll always be appreciated!  As I've seen already what you've done w/ http://www.joomladeveloping.org, I was wondering how WordPress will be styled as a joomla component?  The same goes for b2 if the component is built. 

Once again great work dude!

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog - Beta available

Posted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 12:59 am
by asleif
yes!

predator just released the first beta of his joomla!/wordpress-bridge!

you can get it from here:
http://developer.joomla.org/sf/frs/do/v ... components

announcement:
http://www.joomladeveloping.org/The_New ... eased.html

thank you very much, predator!

you should also announce this in the wordpress-supportforum! many people have been waiting for this great piece of work!

greetz,
asleif

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 2:24 pm
by Predator
For JD-WordPress 1.0 i'm proud to release also some modules:

JD-Calendar
JD-Sidebar
JD-Recent Comments

Download here

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 7:18 pm
by asleif
hi!

well, i am now looking for a solution to import the articles from one specific section into the brandnew jd-wp-installation.

there is an import-wizard for the standard mambo- and wordpress-installations, but this does not work with this joomla!-wordpress bridge.

can anybody figure out how to get this script working?

greetings,
asleif

import mambo-/Joomla!-articles into jd-wp (wordpress-bridge)

Posted: Sun Dec 11, 2005 2:02 am
by asleif
asleif wrote: there is an import-wizard for the standard mambo- and wordpress-installations, but this does not work with this joomla!-wordpress bridge.
ok, i used a workaround:

1. install wordpress natively using/creating a second database
2. run the import-script as described in the provided readme
3. delete the table "xxx_wp_posts" in your mambo-/joomla!-database (after having the jd-wp-bridge installed, of course) using phpmyadmin for example ("xxx" stands for your table-prefix, e.g. "mos" or "jos"...)
4. rename the table "wp_posts" into "xxx_wp_posts" in your wordpress-database
5. copy it into your mambo-/joomla!-database
6. delete the native wordpress-installation and its database

that's it! ;)
now you can spend hours and days categorizing your old articles in jd-wp-bridge... :P
(in my case: 196 articles...)

greetz,
asleif

[edited because of lousy grammar and a missing hint...]

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2005 2:34 am
by zhous
Everything but the topic goes well.

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2006 4:53 am
by Elpie
I know you are really busy at the moment Marko, but could you please let me know if this project is still on your todo list?  Thanks.

/Edit: I was meaning the bridge to b2evolution project. This thread seemed to end up going in two directions ;)

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2006 9:35 pm
by Onlyeyes
Marko, did you get the links to those files I sent you ? hopefully they will help you with your efforts on the b2evolution bridge.

-andy

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2006 11:01 pm
by pushfrog98
First off, I appreciate greatly the work done to get WordPress working with Joomla.  Now, I am learning about b2evolution, and my school is highly interested in getting it integrated into the website now because of the multiple user functionality.  So I too am waiting patiently for the b2evolution bridge/component to be released.

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Sun Jan 22, 2006 2:15 pm
by Matjong
pushfrog98 wrote: First off, I appreciate greatly the work done to get WordPress working with Joomla.  Now, I am learning about b2evolution, and my school is highly interested in getting it integrated into the website now because of the multiple user functionality.  So I too am waiting patiently for the b2evolution bridge/component to be released.
Same here... It's the multiblog functionality which makes this so interesting for me...

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 9:14 am
by marcus.at.internet
Hi Marko,

Would you mind giving us a short update whether the b2evo bridge is still on your todo-list?

I would very much like to see it being developed, but could also quite understand - given the great support you are giving re: your other Joomla! projects - that you postpone or even drop it. We would then need to re-evaluate whether WordPress (and potential add-ons) could offer the features we need (i.e.: multi-blogs, multi-language support).

Thanks in advance,
regards,
Marcus

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Wed Feb 01, 2006 1:20 am
by Elpie
Hey Marko,
Darling, sweetie, honeybunch - any chance of an update on whether a b2evo bridge is still likely to happen?

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Sun Feb 05, 2006 12:13 pm
by Predator
Elpie wrote: Hey Marko,
Darling, sweetie, honeybunch - any chance of an update on whether a b2evo bridge is still likely to happen?

Thanks for the flowers Elpie  :-*

I would be finished yesterday if i got the time, hope to have really much time in 2 weeks. So it is not forgotten. 

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 2:46 am
by Elpie
Predator wrote: Thanks for the flowers Elpie  :-*

I would be finished yesterday if i got the time, hope to have really much time in 2 weeks. So it is not forgotten. 
I'm glad you liked them Marko ;)
Thanks for the update. I'm not trying to put any time pressure on you at all, just wanted reassurance that this was still in the plans.  It is very much appreciated. Thank you.

When you do get to the stage of beta testing, just PM me and I will happily test it for you.

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Mon Feb 20, 2006 1:47 am
by mediaguru
A question about the WP or b2E integrations....  Can EACH USER have his own blog?

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 11:16 am
by Elpie
b2evolution is designed for multi-user blogging where each user has their own blog.  It is also multilingual, which is a good fit with Joomla as Joomla further develops its language capabilities.  It's for these reasons that I am hoping for a b2evolution bridge or integration.
Wordpress is not a native multi-user blog, but I understand that it can probably be changed so it does run multiple users each with their own blog.  Have to wait and see if anyone comes up with that.

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 12:15 pm
by JoZ3
it is possible to integrate the WordPress MU, http://mu.wordpress.org/, to the present bridge of the WordPress? or exist a plugin to convert the WordPress to Multi-user Blog??

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 3:55 pm
by xenon2000
JoZ3 wrote: it is possible to integrate the WordPress MU, http://mu.wordpress.org/, to the present bridge of the WordPress? or exist a plugin to convert the WordPress to Multi-user Blog??
Isn't the term "Multi User" for WordPress MU different than the Multi user term for b2evo? I thought that Wordpress MU was a way to just have Wordpress installed once on your server, but allow many people to have what would appear to be their own site. With there own theme, etc. Or maybe that is what b2evo does too with it's term "Multi User".

I couldn't get the Joomla JD-Wordpress component to install correctly. Has anyone else?

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Mon Mar 06, 2006 11:43 pm
by Predator
xenon2000 wrote: I couldn't get the Joomla JD-Wordpress component to install correctly. Has anyone else?
Most have, if you explain your problems better you maybe get help ;)

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Tue Mar 07, 2006 12:19 am
by mediaguru
My dream setup:

b2E or wordpress automatically is set up for each user that registers through the joomla front or back end, or through community builder.

Tell me we're close!

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Tue Mar 07, 2006 12:29 am
by Predator
mediaguru wrote: My dream setup:

b2E or wordpress automatically is set up for each user that registers through the joomla front or back end, or through community builder.

Tell me we're close!
:) :)

we are close with it, but it will take some more time,  just came back from holiday, so a lot of stuff left to be done.

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Tue Mar 07, 2006 12:32 am
by mediaguru
Awesome.  I can't wait to s**tcan mamblog!

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Tue Mar 07, 2006 12:44 am
by xenon2000
Predator wrote:
xenon2000 wrote: I couldn't get the Joomla JD-Wordpress component to install correctly. Has anyone else?
Most have, if you explain your problems better you maybe get help ;)
Yet another thread I forgot to update my findings on.

It works in both Mambo 4.5.3h and Joomla 1.0.8. Problem was that php 5.1.1 installs with a default setting of Short Tags = OFF, where as with older 4.x it used to be default to ON. Anyways, in keeping with the php.net recommendations of OFF, I just had to do a global search and replace of <? to <?php and then it will install, work, and uninstall just fine.

Though now that I have tried JD-WordPress as part of Joomla and Mambo, I have uninstalled it and am trying to get a comments solution instead so that I can just use Joomla articles (blogs) globally instead of a Wordpress section.

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Thu Apr 13, 2006 3:09 pm
by antonross
Hey guys,

I was just wondering if the bridge to B2Evo was ever finalized? I'd be more than happy to Beta test it, if so.

Just checking in on its status. This community truly rocks, by the way.

Thanks!
Anton

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Thu Apr 20, 2006 12:13 pm
by TigerLord
Any news on the integration of b2evolution??

Thanks :)

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Fri Apr 21, 2006 9:32 am
by mlsred
Predator wrote:
mediaguru wrote: My dream setup:

b2E or wordpress automatically is set up for each user that registers through the joomla front or back end, or through community builder.

Tell me we're close!
:) :)

we are close with it, but it will take some more time,  just came back from holiday, so a lot of stuff left to be done.
Would be great to know how this is progressing... ;)

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Tue May 09, 2006 1:54 am
by mediaguru
Well I'm about ready to go to the library and start reading up on PHP and MYSQL and do the thing myself....

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Tue May 09, 2006 2:06 am
by trompete
mediaguru wrote: Well I'm about ready to go to the library and start reading up on PHP and MYSQL and do the thing myself....
Good. These guys are donating their time and pestering them cannot change their commitments to real life outside of Joomla.

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Wed May 10, 2006 1:39 pm
by mediaguru
trompete wrote:
mediaguru wrote: Well I'm about ready to go to the library and start reading up on PHP and MYSQL and do the thing myself....
Good. These guys are donating their time and pestering them cannot change their commitments to real life outside of Joomla.
I totally understand.  I didn't mean thas a slam I'm dead serious.  I am learning php right now :-)

Re: [IN PROGESS] - Bridge to b2evolution blog

Posted: Thu Jun 22, 2006 7:21 pm
by irstudio
Any word on b2evolution integration?

If not, does anyone have experience in migrating to jd-wp?
I am thinking i need to convert from b2evo to vanilla wordpress first and then I could migrate it to jd-wp or maybe I could go directly?

Probably would be easiest to just use a bridge for my b2evo blog, so is that still in the works?

Thanks.