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  1. Processwire and the whole community is AMAZING, but the only thing that I think is missing... is the part where developers start to create, sell and maintain their plugins. By creating a premium PW plugin marketplace the following scenario will probably happen: 1. @ryan will/can receive a comision on each sale. This will be a well deserved token of appreciation for all his amazing work invested to build and maintain PW. 2. Plugin creators will be constantly motivated to build, maintain compatibles and improve the quality of their plugins. 3. The developers that will pay and use the premium plugins and they will save thousands in development time. Probably their clients will be happier with smaller project fees and shorter delivery times. I’m suggesting this since I’m always looking in Craft cms plugin marketplace and I have the feeling that they have a plugin for everything. Some are silly some are amazing... i know.. But in the moment you browse it, you always have the feeling that the only thing you have to do in order to create a big project is just to put the puzzle pieces together. If PWmarketplace would be a real thing... What would be the premium plugin that you will want to buy RIGHT NOW?
  2. I usually avoid picking up on Alpha/Beta plugins since everybody can spin a plugin with a cool idea and list it on a github. The lack of updates from developer usually don’t inspire too much trust and most of the time the other developers tend to create their own plugins. With this being said, probably there are 100 versions of stripe payment gateways plugins on developers private repos. And that’s bad!!! Processwire and the whole community is AMAZING, but the only thing that I think that is missing... is the part where developers start to create, sell and maintain their plugins. By creating a premium PW plugin marketplace the following scenario will happen: 1. @ryan will/can receive a comision on each sale. This will be a well deserved token of appreciation for all his amazing work invested to build and maintain PW. 2. Plugin creators will be constantly motivated to build, maintain compatibles and improve the quality of their plugins. 3. The developers that will pay and use the premium plugins and they will save thousands in development time. Probably their clients will be happier with smaller project fees and shorter delivery times. I’m suggesting this since I’m always looking in Craft cms plugin marketplace and I have the feeling that they have a plugin for everything. Some are silly some are amazing... i know.. But in the moment you browse it, you always have the feeling that the only thing you have to do in order to create a big project is just to put the puzzles pieces together. I’m paying for some premium plugins that Ryan built. And i would happily pay for SEO, shop/payments, reservations, crm, marketing and integrations with other widely use systems.
  3. Hello @benbyf, Do you plan to update and maintain this plugin? Thanks, Andrei
  4. B3ta

    SeoMaestro

    It's a classifieds website.
  5. B3ta

    SeoMaestro

    Hi @Wanze, I would also like to know if there is any way to improve the way the sitemap gets generated and the way the frontend its affected in the process. My website have a few thousands of pages and growing rapidly. with a really powerful server, and constant changes , the sitemap refreshes every hour. 1. Do you think you can build the sitemap.xml in a less resource intensive way? 2. For bigger websites with more than 50k pages probably websites will need a sitemapindex and a way to keep the sitemap in this limits. According to a quick google search the Sitemaps should be no larger than 50MB (52,428,800 bytes) and can contain a maximum of 50,000 URLs. Thanks!
  6. I think this is a SeoMaestro issue... but thank you for the reply. Fatal error: Method SeoMaestro\PageFieldValue::__toString() must not throw an exception, caught ErrorException: chdir(): open_basedir restriction in effect. File(/) is not within the allowed path(s): (/home/runcloud/webapps/app-appname:/var/lib/php/session:/tmp) in /home/runcloud/webapps/app-appname/wire/core/Sanitizer.php on line 0
  7. I'm using Runcloud and by default the open_basedir is located at /home/runcloud/webapps/app-sitename/var/lib/php/session:/tmp I'm constantly getting an error in tracy like: ErrorException: chdir(): open_basedir restriction in effect. File(/) is not within the allowed path(s): (/home/runcloud/webapps/app-sitename:/var/lib/php/session:/tmp) in /home/runcloud/webapps/app-sitename/wire/core/TemplateFile.php:305 What do you think that it would be the best path to set the open_basedir in this case, without sacrificing the app security?
  8. Thank you for the work you put into building this plugin and for the great news! Here is the error i'm getting once I try to activate the dropbox backup option.
  9. Any news on the new stable version? Currently i'm getting this error when I'm trying to activate the module.
  10. That’s really generous! I would be more than happy to take a look and use it for my next project. How can I get the files?
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    SeoMaestro

    Seems like I'm having the same issue and i couldn't trace what's going wrong. It seems like i'm getting an error once I'm trying to open the SEO field
  12. Hello @kongondo, Thank you for the update on the release date, I think most of the users where expecting to hear this. 🙏 I would like to know if you have any plans to create room for a multivendor version or something similar? I have a client who wants to build a website/directory where different users would be able to rent out different used items and the website/site admin retains a fee for each transaction. There are a lot of solid solutions out there at the moment, and I know that it’s a lot of work to do until the single vendor it’s ready... but it would be awesome if you will be able to consider it at least.
  13. Indeed, I haven’t realized that Craft works on PstgreSQL too. The good news its that they have plans for it in the future, according to their github response on Github. https://github.com/hasura/graphql-engine/issues/1035
  14. Probably someone with experience in graphql can build a similar connector plugin for PW like https://github.com/jasonmccallister/craft-hasura Do you think that it would be a good idea?
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