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8 minutes ago, adrian said:

Thanks, but why not on https://processwire.com/docs/tutorials/ ? It's a beginner's guide after all, with very important concepts to grasp.

ProcessWire Reviews & ProcessWire Videos are sort of "hidden pages", I would expect them to be on the tutorials page, at least the Videos for sure. I keep forgetting that these pages are linked form "About".

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16 minutes ago, szabesz said:

Thanks, but why not on https://processwire.com/docs/tutorials/ ? It's a beginner's guide after all, with very important concepts to grasp.

Very good point! However, the problem is that the tutorials page template uses the user that created the article as the listed author. I don't imagine Ryan would have a problem adding Francesco as a user with tutorial editing permissions, but I don't want to assume anything there, so the reviews page is the simplest place to list for the moment. Hopefully Ryan will be happy to change this at some point.

PS - the reviews page is also something that is linked to in the SM article, so it may start getting more views even though it is a little hidden.

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8 hours ago, adrian said:

Not sure if this really belongs here, but interesting to see that: http://www.burgerking.it/ is running on PW and yet several other of their regional sites, eg: http://burgerking.ca/ are running Drupal. Sites looks very similar visually.

Actually couldn't help mentioning this in the latest Weekly issue. Apparently Italian and Polish versions of Burger King's site are running ProcessWire, others use Drupal. Perhaps, just perhaps, they're converting others too? :) 

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Such a pity to see that a developer chose to procrastinate for eight months developing something with PW. I mean, really? If you're building anything that's even half-interesting, you're bound to have some fun doing it or, at the very least, look forward to building it, right?

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Unfortunately a complet ripoff of @benbyf's article: http://www.infoguru.org/2016/07/a-beginners-introduction-to-writing.html

 

On 10/4/2016 at 10:20 AM, diogo said:

This reddit post is a little more positive as actually includes a comment from the @pksullivan15 who started the post you mentioned.

 https://www.reddit.com/r/web_design/comments/55ri93/ive_used_many_cms_in_the_last_8_years_lately_i/

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40 minutes ago, adrian said:

Unfortunately a complet ripoff of @benbyf's article: http://www.infoguru.org/2016/07/a-beginners-introduction-to-writing.html

 

This reddit post is a little more positive as actually includes a comment from the @pksullivan15 who started the post you mentioned.

 https://www.reddit.com/r/web_design/comments/55ri93/ive_used_many_cms_in_the_last_8_years_lately_i/

 

Wow the Skyscrapper's demo takes a hard hit in that thread!  Maybe updating the site is not as important as updating the demo? Just came to my mind, do we have a "What we don't like about PW" thread? *dodges tomato*

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good damn it, thats the second one I've found of a site ripping off my articles :(

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I just found a small article on LinkedIn Pulse (via Google) posted a few months ago by Goran Djuric: ProcessWire CMS. It seems to be written by a consultant, which I like since most articles seem to be written for developers.

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14 hours ago, adrian said:

Whose handiwork is this?

I'm really curious. Someone has put a lot of work into that. Domain gives no clues as WHOIS data is anonymised.

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The admin user's email address suggests the developer is Greek. I won't share here, but if you're curious....

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6 minutes ago, adrian said:

The admin user's email address suggests the developer is Greek.

Interesting, thanks. The purpose of the site is also a bit mysterious. The docs read like a "how to use" but there doesn't seem to be any download link. Do you think it's intended to be distributed (sold?) or just for demonstrating what is possible with PW?

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German web design magazine PAGE published in their latest issue (01.2017) an article about WordPress alternatives.

One of the four introduced alternatives is ProcessWire, which is praised for its 

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...tailor-made user-friendly backend.

 

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On 12/1/2016 at 10:22 AM, adrian said:

SeaVuel | Hotel CMS / template : http://seavuel.com/ | http://demo.seavuel.com/

Whose handiwork is this? It looks ryan-esque to me :)

 

On 12/2/2016 at 0:41 AM, Robin S said:

I'm really curious. Someone has put a lot of work into that. Domain gives no clues as WHOIS data is anonymised.

 

On 12/2/2016 at 0:45 AM, adrian said:

The admin user's email address suggests the developer is Greek. I won't share here, but if you're curious....

 

On 12/2/2016 at 0:54 AM, Robin S said:

Interesting, thanks. The purpose of the site is also a bit mysterious. The docs read like a "how to use" but there doesn't seem to be any download link. Do you think it's intended to be distributed (sold?) or just for demonstrating what is possible with PW?

Hello guys!

i'm here to solve the mystery of seavuel.com ! :)
I'm the owner. I am planning to release a commercial site-profile for a hotel-website on codecanyon.net
What do you think about the idea/project?
I mostly think of it as a long-term project with regular updates and a low-price.

seavuel-avatar.png

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