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Question: Repository for contributions and fixes
Answer: provided by Yankidank 73 days ago
- 1 + If you're not familiar with Git or SVN, then I suggest starting out with a GUI (graphical user interface) program to learn the basics of Git. Below are 2 different free software applications that you can use with Git, which should make it easier to pick up the lingo and processes. Both applications have text or video tutorials available online with a quick Google.

http://www.sourcetreeapp.com/

http://www.collab.net/giteyeapp/

If you're familiar with the command line (as a Linux user or server admin), then you may be okay with learning Git from scratch. You can do this by following tutorials like the ones I've listed below.

http://lifehacker.com/5983680/how-the-heck-do-i-use-github

https://help.github.com/
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Question: Repository for contributions and fixes
Answer: provided by Yankidank 87 days ago
- 2 + What ^Chuckroast said. Github pull requests are the most efficient way for us to import code changes into the project. If you aren't proficient with Git, then feel free to link to pastebin.com for code examples or provide .zip folders containing any changed files which we can review.
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Question: Feedback after submitting a new product. How long do I have to wait?
Answer: provided by Yankidank 143 days ago
- 1 + I've approved your module. Sorry for the delay, I missed the notification email alerting me to your submission.

You'll find it here: http://pligg.com/downloads/module/news-extractor/
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Question: I can't submit on my site
Answer: provided by Yankidank 143 days ago
- 0 + Is this an "out of the box" installation? Have you made any customizations to the template files, core files, or even the admin settings?

To troubleshoot, I would try doing a fresh installation to see if the problems still occur before messing around with your settings.
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Question: Anybody else besides me (and this site) running Pligg and WordPress together?
Answer: provided by Yankidank 143 days ago
- 2 + Have I previously shared with you the custom Wordpress and Pligg CMS plugins that we developed to handle logins between WP and Pligg on pligg.com? I know that I provided that code to someone a few weeks ago when chatting in the IRC chat room. Our setup has Wordpress handle all of the user account data, and Pligg CMS references it for logins.
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Question: Do you think we should switch back to the old forums?
Answer: provided by Yankidank 143 days ago
- 2 + There were a number of (mostly technical) reasons why I chose to retire the vBulletin forum, but what I consider to be the most important reason for switching to the current /support area is so that we can showcase Pligg CMS on our website. Pligg is a versatile system that can be utilized in a variety of ways, from social networks to community support desks like /support. The demo (http://demo.pligg.com) gives users a look at what Pligg looks like out of the box, but /support represents what can be done with a little tinkering and creative thinking.

Perhaps a solution to some of the complaints would be to elect a few community moderators who would have the ability to change the status of posts. I haven't been able to moderate content much myself due to other work obligations (outside of Pligg). If anyone is interested in taking up this sort of position, please leave a reply to this comment and I'll review your posting activity to see if you would be a good fit.

If anyone has any other suggestions on how we might be able to improve the current system, I'm all ears.
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Question: Do you think we should switch back to the old forums?
Answer: provided by Yankidank 143 days ago
- 2 + I suggest that you place code snippets on http://pastebin.com/ and then include a link to it within your comment. Similarly, you may need to depend on other third party services to host files if you are unable to attach them using the provided tools on Pligg.com.

UPDATE: I've now added a new "Help" tab to the story page, which gives users directions on how they can use the Support area. It also includes a list of suggested file/snippet hosts that can be used as alternatives.
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Question: get facebook avatar
Answer: provided by Yankidank 142 days ago
- 1 + To import your Facebook profile image as your Pligg avatar, you will need to select the "Set Facebook Photo as Avatar" checkbox when you land on the Facebook registration page for Pligg (http://pligg.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/facebook-login-page-510x460.png). The Facebook avatar import feature only happens one time, when you first connect an account to Facebook. It does not fetch any updates beyond that, so if you change avatars on Facebook it won't update it on your Pligg website.

If you have checked that box and you still an issue with it not importing an avatar when you first connect the account, then there may be a permissions issue with writing the image file to your avatars directory. Try changing the CHMOD permissions for the /avatars directory and the directories beneath it to 777. Another possible cause could be some form of your web server not supporting standard functions or having restrictive security settings. In some cases we may be able to provide additional support to assist you. Leave a reply if the suggestions above aren't able to help you out and I will try to follow up with an email.

Related module: http://pligg.com/downloads/module/facebook-connect-module/
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Question: Upcoming stories with sufficient votes not published
Answer: provided by Yankidank 142 days ago
- 1 + I'm guessing that the story fell outside of the publish window. As I see in your screenshot, "Days to publish" is set to 10. Are you sure that the story that you were monitoring wasn't older than 10 days?

I had to manually approve this submission, since it got flagged by a spam plugin, so sorry for the delay.