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5 hours ago, rick said:

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

One day we will wish we had this flavor of cookie instead of what they are baking for us. :(

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http://zurb.com/responsive
CMS sub-link: ProcessWire is missing
@Sérgio Jardim [ https://ricardo-vargas.com ] and others, please propose your foundation website there.
Some of the other CMSs have a tag but without any website there... or with just one displayed.
(By the way, if you click on more than one tag, you always have 0 websites as a result.)

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19 hours ago, Christophe said:

http://zurb.com/responsive
CMS sub-link: ProcessWire is missing
@Sérgio Jardim [ https://ricardo-vargas.com ] and others, please propose your foundation website there.
Some of the other CMSs have a tag but without any website there... or with just one displayed.
(By the way, if you click on more than one tag, you always have 0 websites as a result.)

Good idea, but I think they are handpicking those, I don't see a submission form. Do you?

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http://foundation.zurb.com/get-involved/support.html

I could e-mail - or tweet - them. Perhaps there's a better chance if it's not the creator of the website who is contacting them (?).

Perhaps we should make a "contest" or poll here, choosing which one should be proposed (first)?
By creating a new topic and a poll.

NB: not sure now they would accept it at Foundation - as it is - as the neophobia background image is "frightening" and the other one is too much "advertising".

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7 hours ago, adrian said:

and a Slant list showing PW as the best PHP CMS with currently no down votes :)

https://www.slant.co/topics/5409/~php-cms

I boosted it with +1s and one more Pro:

"PRO Fast without caching, small footprint (less than 2000 files) for a full featured CMS/CMF.
You can optionally use Composer but you are not forced to. Upgrading can be done via the admin and it is a very easy process. Security is exceptional, no hacking incidents have been reported so far."

You guys might want to go there to agree ;) 

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2 hours ago, Mats said:

Very good article.  I also like how they don't hide information regarding developing this website,  to include both a Changelog and Roadmap section under their "Dev Index"

https://www.ancientworldmagazine.com/dev/

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On 07/12/2017 at 8:46 PM, cstevensjr said:

Very good article.  I also like how they don't hide information regarding developing this website,  to include both a Changelog and Roadmap section under their "Dev Index"

https://www.ancientworldmagazine.com/dev/

Cheers! Yeah, I guess I should have posted the link here, too.

I've been developing with ProcessWire for a few years now (and bugging the community here with whatever issues I ran into -- which so far have always been my own fault!). I just wanted a place where I could explain how and why I picked ProcessWire as my CMF of choice, and to sort of explain a bit how this particular website gets made. I plan to add more to the blog about how some of the stuff works, what my rationale is behind some things, etc. Might not always deal exclusively with ProcessWire, but some upcoming topics will deal with how I handled the watermark branding on social media images (with the great PageImageManipulator module and some creative switcheroo in the PHP code of templates) and how I went about to create the structure and code for a timeline (which isn't online yet due solely to the fact that it has too little content yet).

I always like reading patch notes, so I figured I'd add a changelog to the website to keep those who are interested in these kinds of things to keep track of changes that I implement. The roadmap is there to sort of explain where we're going with the website, even if one or two things that are a bit more experimental are kept under wraps (since they may never lead to anything); it also helps remind me what I'm supposed to be working on.

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