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    jair101 reacted to newbie LAC in (NB42) Topic Moderators   
    Hello,
    Done
    Done
     







     

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    jair101 got a reaction from cpinc in Zapier   
    I went immediately to check for a new blog post, but alas. At least there is hope 🙂
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    jair101 reacted to Makoto in Radical Tags   
    @djpretzel @RoleplayUK @Gabriel Torres
    Topic multimod support has been implemented and will be available in the next release!

    You should see this release pushed to the marketplace within the next 24-hours.
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    jair101 got a reaction from Matt in Unsplash.com integration   
    It will come when its ready. 
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    jair101 got a reaction from Matt in Unsplash.com integration   
    OK, Christmas came early.
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    jair101 got a reaction from Joel R in Unsplash.com integration   
    Thanks, hopefully the interest expressed will bump it in the priorities list 🙂 This suggestion is leading the Leaderboard!
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    jair101 reacted to Matt in Unsplash.com integration   
    We (the Royal We) have had this on a list for a while.


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    jair101 got a reaction from BomAle in Unsplash.com integration   
    Unsplash is a free image platform that gives you permission to use million of images for free - no strings attached and no questions asked. The only limitations deal with entire site scraping, etc., which are far from being an interest to community managers like us. More information about the license: https://unsplash.com/license
    The also have developer API with free access: https://unsplash.com/developers
    Possible uses:
    - All websites that combine community with news portal. You will be able to use unsplash photos automatically in your news articles, without the need to look for image, check its permissions, download it, upload it, etc. If you are familiar with Trello you can see how it is implemented there, it is super easy and user friendly. One of the largest blogging platforms - medium.com also uses unsplash for its images content.
    - Profile photos and profile covers. To brighten our boards by allowing our members to easily select cover photos and profile pictures relevant to them. Yeah, I am guilty of being lazy to add a profile pic here. If there was unsplash integration here I would be able to click the profile image option, search for images with airplanes (I am aviation nut) and its done! 
    I am only stating my personal opinion here, but I think this integration will be much more useful then the Giphy thing:

    With Unsplash, there are no limitations to download and store pics locally, so we can store them in the image proxy (or somewhere else), eliminating the risk of them pulling a Photobucket on us one day. 
    If IPS shows 0 interest in this, if there is one of the 3rd party developers interested in doing the integration, I am willing to sponsor the integration, if not fully, at least partially (sorry, not sure how much effort is needed for something like this). If there are more people willing to help, please say so, maybe we can collect a budget to cover the entire development costs.
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    jair101 reacted to Andy Millne in Unsplash.com integration   
    I submitted this suggestion to the rest of the development team previously and it will be considered for a future version.
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    jair101 got a reaction from Zdeněk Tůma in Unsplash.com integration   
    Unsplash is a free image platform that gives you permission to use million of images for free - no strings attached and no questions asked. The only limitations deal with entire site scraping, etc., which are far from being an interest to community managers like us. More information about the license: https://unsplash.com/license
    The also have developer API with free access: https://unsplash.com/developers
    Possible uses:
    - All websites that combine community with news portal. You will be able to use unsplash photos automatically in your news articles, without the need to look for image, check its permissions, download it, upload it, etc. If you are familiar with Trello you can see how it is implemented there, it is super easy and user friendly. One of the largest blogging platforms - medium.com also uses unsplash for its images content.
    - Profile photos and profile covers. To brighten our boards by allowing our members to easily select cover photos and profile pictures relevant to them. Yeah, I am guilty of being lazy to add a profile pic here. If there was unsplash integration here I would be able to click the profile image option, search for images with airplanes (I am aviation nut) and its done! 
    I am only stating my personal opinion here, but I think this integration will be much more useful then the Giphy thing:

    With Unsplash, there are no limitations to download and store pics locally, so we can store them in the image proxy (or somewhere else), eliminating the risk of them pulling a Photobucket on us one day. 
    If IPS shows 0 interest in this, if there is one of the 3rd party developers interested in doing the integration, I am willing to sponsor the integration, if not fully, at least partially (sorry, not sure how much effort is needed for something like this). If there are more people willing to help, please say so, maybe we can collect a budget to cover the entire development costs.
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    jair101 got a reaction from Claudia999 in Unsplash.com integration   
    Unsplash is a free image platform that gives you permission to use million of images for free - no strings attached and no questions asked. The only limitations deal with entire site scraping, etc., which are far from being an interest to community managers like us. More information about the license: https://unsplash.com/license
    The also have developer API with free access: https://unsplash.com/developers
    Possible uses:
    - All websites that combine community with news portal. You will be able to use unsplash photos automatically in your news articles, without the need to look for image, check its permissions, download it, upload it, etc. If you are familiar with Trello you can see how it is implemented there, it is super easy and user friendly. One of the largest blogging platforms - medium.com also uses unsplash for its images content.
    - Profile photos and profile covers. To brighten our boards by allowing our members to easily select cover photos and profile pictures relevant to them. Yeah, I am guilty of being lazy to add a profile pic here. If there was unsplash integration here I would be able to click the profile image option, search for images with airplanes (I am aviation nut) and its done! 
    I am only stating my personal opinion here, but I think this integration will be much more useful then the Giphy thing:

    With Unsplash, there are no limitations to download and store pics locally, so we can store them in the image proxy (or somewhere else), eliminating the risk of them pulling a Photobucket on us one day. 
    If IPS shows 0 interest in this, if there is one of the 3rd party developers interested in doing the integration, I am willing to sponsor the integration, if not fully, at least partially (sorry, not sure how much effort is needed for something like this). If there are more people willing to help, please say so, maybe we can collect a budget to cover the entire development costs.
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    jair101 got a reaction from Sonya* in Unsplash.com integration   
    Unsplash is a free image platform that gives you permission to use million of images for free - no strings attached and no questions asked. The only limitations deal with entire site scraping, etc., which are far from being an interest to community managers like us. More information about the license: https://unsplash.com/license
    The also have developer API with free access: https://unsplash.com/developers
    Possible uses:
    - All websites that combine community with news portal. You will be able to use unsplash photos automatically in your news articles, without the need to look for image, check its permissions, download it, upload it, etc. If you are familiar with Trello you can see how it is implemented there, it is super easy and user friendly. One of the largest blogging platforms - medium.com also uses unsplash for its images content.
    - Profile photos and profile covers. To brighten our boards by allowing our members to easily select cover photos and profile pictures relevant to them. Yeah, I am guilty of being lazy to add a profile pic here. If there was unsplash integration here I would be able to click the profile image option, search for images with airplanes (I am aviation nut) and its done! 
    I am only stating my personal opinion here, but I think this integration will be much more useful then the Giphy thing:

    With Unsplash, there are no limitations to download and store pics locally, so we can store them in the image proxy (or somewhere else), eliminating the risk of them pulling a Photobucket on us one day. 
    If IPS shows 0 interest in this, if there is one of the 3rd party developers interested in doing the integration, I am willing to sponsor the integration, if not fully, at least partially (sorry, not sure how much effort is needed for something like this). If there are more people willing to help, please say so, maybe we can collect a budget to cover the entire development costs.
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    jair101 got a reaction from kmk in Unsplash.com integration   
    Unsplash is a free image platform that gives you permission to use million of images for free - no strings attached and no questions asked. The only limitations deal with entire site scraping, etc., which are far from being an interest to community managers like us. More information about the license: https://unsplash.com/license
    The also have developer API with free access: https://unsplash.com/developers
    Possible uses:
    - All websites that combine community with news portal. You will be able to use unsplash photos automatically in your news articles, without the need to look for image, check its permissions, download it, upload it, etc. If you are familiar with Trello you can see how it is implemented there, it is super easy and user friendly. One of the largest blogging platforms - medium.com also uses unsplash for its images content.
    - Profile photos and profile covers. To brighten our boards by allowing our members to easily select cover photos and profile pictures relevant to them. Yeah, I am guilty of being lazy to add a profile pic here. If there was unsplash integration here I would be able to click the profile image option, search for images with airplanes (I am aviation nut) and its done! 
    I am only stating my personal opinion here, but I think this integration will be much more useful then the Giphy thing:

    With Unsplash, there are no limitations to download and store pics locally, so we can store them in the image proxy (or somewhere else), eliminating the risk of them pulling a Photobucket on us one day. 
    If IPS shows 0 interest in this, if there is one of the 3rd party developers interested in doing the integration, I am willing to sponsor the integration, if not fully, at least partially (sorry, not sure how much effort is needed for something like this). If there are more people willing to help, please say so, maybe we can collect a budget to cover the entire development costs.
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    jair101 got a reaction from Joel R in Unsplash.com integration   
    Unsplash is a free image platform that gives you permission to use million of images for free - no strings attached and no questions asked. The only limitations deal with entire site scraping, etc., which are far from being an interest to community managers like us. More information about the license: https://unsplash.com/license
    The also have developer API with free access: https://unsplash.com/developers
    Possible uses:
    - All websites that combine community with news portal. You will be able to use unsplash photos automatically in your news articles, without the need to look for image, check its permissions, download it, upload it, etc. If you are familiar with Trello you can see how it is implemented there, it is super easy and user friendly. One of the largest blogging platforms - medium.com also uses unsplash for its images content.
    - Profile photos and profile covers. To brighten our boards by allowing our members to easily select cover photos and profile pictures relevant to them. Yeah, I am guilty of being lazy to add a profile pic here. If there was unsplash integration here I would be able to click the profile image option, search for images with airplanes (I am aviation nut) and its done! 
    I am only stating my personal opinion here, but I think this integration will be much more useful then the Giphy thing:

    With Unsplash, there are no limitations to download and store pics locally, so we can store them in the image proxy (or somewhere else), eliminating the risk of them pulling a Photobucket on us one day. 
    If IPS shows 0 interest in this, if there is one of the 3rd party developers interested in doing the integration, I am willing to sponsor the integration, if not fully, at least partially (sorry, not sure how much effort is needed for something like this). If there are more people willing to help, please say so, maybe we can collect a budget to cover the entire development costs.
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    jair101 got a reaction from cpinc in Zapier   
    A kind bump of this topic. Integration with Zapier would be amazing. I wonder if with the demise of the Rules app it can be used also for intra-IPS automation. 
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    jair101 got a reaction from sobrenome in 4.2.6 - Is Redis now the better option?   
    Well noone dares to post even a basic practical information, so I figured I might start.
    I have 0 experience with redis, so it is a bit of shooting in the dark, no guidelines by all means, I just hope that by posting some numbers I will provoke other, more knowledgeable people to share. My community is around 300k posts, 8k members and about 100-150 people online. It is running on 4core/6GB RAM vps with plenty of resources left. Redis has been running for a few hours. I made these settings:
    maxmemory 200mb maxmemory-policy allkeys-lru maxmemory-samples 10 All seems fine now, in fact memory consumption is close to 20mb, so I guess not that much is needed overall. The hits/miss stats look fine to me for a cache started from scratch:
    keyspace_hits:616880 keyspace_misses:6731 I wonder if the fact that worst run took 61x longer should worry me. 
    redis-cli --intrinsic-latency 10 Max latency so far: 4 microseconds. Max latency so far: 7 microseconds. Max latency so far: 35 microseconds. Max latency so far: 36 microseconds. Max latency so far: 47 microseconds. Max latency so far: 51 microseconds. Max latency so far: 68 microseconds. Max latency so far: 72 microseconds. Max latency so far: 114 microseconds. Max latency so far: 118 microseconds. Max latency so far: 136 microseconds. Max latency so far: 197 microseconds. 3091951 total runs (avg latency: 3.2342 microseconds / 3234.20 nanoseconds per run). Worst run took 61x longer than the average latency. Two questions that I am very much interested in finding an answer:
    - Does it make sense to create a master/slave replication? 
    - Is IPS utilizing only the LRU cache functionalities or other stuff, like php sessions, can also be cached?
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    jair101 got a reaction from DawPi in (DP44) Advanced Regexp   
    2. is ok, I had to modify the url regular expression as my link did not had any parameters at all. Changing it from *.example.com/*?* to *.example.com/* worked fine and the parameter is added correctly now. 
    As a feature suggestion, will be difficult to add also not only inclusion, but exclusion url expressions? Right now we add the parameters to all matched urls, but it might be useful if there is a possibility to add it to all but matched urls as well:  Add param="A" for all urls that do not contain param="B".  This can be useful if you want to have more then one approved parameters or to protect a very specific parameter from being overwritten. Hm, I guess it can be done with more creative regular expression, will something like this work? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2964645/regex-not-equal-to-string I have to try I guess 🙂
    There is a bit of a learning curve, but very powerful app, thanks 🙂
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    jair101 reacted to DawPi in (DP44) Advanced Regexp   
    @jair101,
     yes, you need to add them all. send me PW with the exact url and the parameters list. I'l check it.
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    jair101 reacted to Mike John in Moderator Notifications (Support)   
    Yes the move comment or "move post" action is for this.

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    jair101 got a reaction from Daniel F in The problems with "private forums"   
    You can also setup it with Pages by making users able to view only their own records. Thats what I use for 1 on 1 communication with my members. 
    Depends on the specifics though, do you need multiple threads per client or only one is enough for you. 
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    jair101 got a reaction from Luuuk in Wish Custom Emoji Listed First Instead Of Last   
    I want to highlight that there are use cases when the default emojis should be on the top 😉 On my community, I prefer the old and outdated custom emojis at the bottom. This way people will slowly convert to the newer ones without me having to deal with the drama that unfolds when you disable the old emojis. Putting the old ones on top will be like there are no newer ones at all 🙂
    In a nutshell: we need an option to organize the categories as we perfer. 
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    jair101 got a reaction from Cyboman in Wish Custom Emoji Listed First Instead Of Last   
    I want to highlight that there are use cases when the default emojis should be on the top 😉 On my community, I prefer the old and outdated custom emojis at the bottom. This way people will slowly convert to the newer ones without me having to deal with the drama that unfolds when you disable the old emojis. Putting the old ones on top will be like there are no newer ones at all 🙂
    In a nutshell: we need an option to organize the categories as we perfer. 
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    jair101 got a reaction from Thelink in Please enable IP.Commerce for virtual currencies & standards   
    This is absolutely vital for Commerce. Right now even though Points economy app has "kind of" integration with Commerce it is obvious that it is just a patchwork and there are many deficiencies. I won't repeat Cyboman's post, he has nailed most of the issues, I just want to reiterate how important it is to give our members the possibility to buy products with virtual currency.
    For the life of me, I have no idea why Commerce has to be locked on existing currencies only. Give us the ability to award our members with virtual currency, which later they can exchange for group upgrades, premium features and even branded items. If you are looking for an advantage to social groups - you have it right here, no facebook group can natively support different layers of membership and award their most contributing members the same way it can be done with the integration between forums and commerce. But for some reason you have decided to cut this possibility by limiting Commerce to real currency only...
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    jair101 reacted to Andy Millne in Photo Competition (Support Topic)   
    There is currently no concept of a time period where people can enter but not vote. When a competition opens anyone can enter at any point up until the close date.
    I am currently working on 1.3 which should allow more flexibility here.
    Anonymising entries is not currently a feature.
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    jair101 got a reaction from Gauravk in [Guide] Joel's Guide to Subscriptions   
    This could be double edged though. If you make the first month cheaper, it will be easier to get new subscribers. Once you get new subscribers it will be easier for them to pay regularly. 
    I know I keep paying my Google Play Music subscription monthly, even though there are months in which I don't listen to a single song. But they got me hooked up and I am too lazy to micromanage cancellations and renewals each month. 
     
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