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  1. HELLO! I've been working on a user messaging module which I am nearly ready to release as version 1. Currently I have the below functionality and I'm looking for feedback to what other things may be useful for people looking to add user to user messaging on their sites. compose message to one or more users known to PW js to enable tag based UI display of user names input on compose message form display all message threads with reply forms reply to message thread displaying each user name by each message in the thread display "unread" when a thread has new content that hasnt been seen by current user delete or unpublish message thread (configurable) display total message thread count display total unread threads (threads that have new replies that the current user has not seen) delete all message threads and associated data (not meant for the users to have access to) road map send email to user on new message to a thread they are included in
  2. Hi all, I discovered Processwire a little over a week ago and have been playing around with it ever since. Going through the tutorials, creating templates, pages, etc. and see what a nice system it is. However, I'm led to believe that's it's not meant for user-centric sites, and by that I mean a site where you expect to have hundreds/thousands of users and expect them to log in, update their profiles, submit content, create galleries, message each other, chat in the Forum, get email notifications, etc. etc., you get the idea. I was trying to update the Profile page last night by adding fields for First Name, Last Name, Profile Pic, and a bunch of others and realized that it's not that easy to do. There's not even a template.php file for the Profile page. Am I just not seeing it because I'm so inexperienced with the CMS? Or, is Processwire really geared more towards sites where not much user interaction is expected? thanks, Ray
  3. We're recently completed a sizable project for Qatar Racing (www.qatarracingltd.com). This was a bespoke build pulling in a JSON feed of horses from a 3rd party. This feed was then incorporated into a members area where members could comment and reply on horses, effectively a full messaging app. Qatar Racing (www.qatarracingltd.com)
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