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On 16/1/2017 at 11:32 AM, giannisok said:

 

 

 

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.

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I also think that Themeforest / Codecanyon can potentially be a great place for making Processwire more popular.
 

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On 16/01/2017 at 9:32 AM, giannisok said:

...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

I'd say go for it!^-^ Not only do I wish you success in your endeavour, but I am hopeful that this will also give ProcessWire some good exposure :).

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1 minute ago, kongondo said:

I'd say go for it!^-^ Not only do I wish you success in your endeavour, but I am hopeful that this will also give ProcessWire some good exposure :).

Thanks @kongondo ! I hope also!

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On 16/1/2017 at 6:32 AM, giannisok said:

 

 

 

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

Congrats for the Great Work.
I wonder how you will distribute the site. 
Please write an article about your experience so we can learn
how to do the same :).

How you will manage updates? (specially database related ones)

cheers.

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On 21/1/2017 at 6:52 AM, clsource said:

Congrats for the Great Work.
I wonder how you will distribute the site. 
Please write an article about your experience so we can learn
how to do the same :).

How you will manage updates? (specially database related ones)

cheers.

Thanx @clsource ! I will as soon as i manage to publish it first! :)

Regarding updates i am not thinking of providing any special update strategy.
New versions will have the latest database & files and list with all the files that have changed.

See ya

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A little humorous PW vs Drupal comparison :)

https://www.slant.co/versus/14277/4267/~drupal_vs_processwire

When comparing Drupal vs ProcessWire, the Slant community recommends Drupal for most people. In the question“What are the best web content management systems?” Drupal is ranked 2nd while ProcessWire is ranked 13th.The most important reason people chose Drupal is:
A more complex Drupal installation can easily exhaust 256 MB of RAM with only one or two visitors.

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34 minutes ago, ottogal said:
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The person who marked this as CON did not understand Processwire...

And they left out the same in the case of WordPress: "Everything has to be a 'custom post' even if you don't use it as a post". Same for Drupal: "Everything has to be a 'node' even if you don't use it as a node"

This is just the chosen terminology, so the person who made it up does not understand too much :P 

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"Everything has to be a thing, even if you don't use it as a thing"

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Everything has to be something!

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The world is a sum of all its things.

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7 hours ago, Soma said:

The world is a sum of all its things.

I fear it's not that simple.

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Its an existential thing. The world is more than the sum of its parts, like processwire is more than the sum of its code.

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Ok according to L.Wittgenstein: "The world is the totality of facts, not of things".

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The world is a vampire.

(and an earworm for all you smashing pumpkins lovers/haters. You are welcome).

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4 minutes ago, apeisa said:

The world is a vampire.

(and an earworm for all you smashing pumpkins lovers/haters. You are welcome).

It worked with me, it's stuck in my head now, damn you!

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ProcessWire is mentioned in the repository Awesome UIkit:

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A curated list of awesome UIkit tools and resources.

 

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Not only that ! Found there also a lot of links to more great material !

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Those ridiculous, downright stupid, pointless and idiotic EU Cookies taste like crap.

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