How do you organize your TODO list? Over the past months, I have tried to organize my TODO list better. Often I kept emails unread in my Inbox: I thought, that I would know which emails I still have to
With the coming switch in Germany from Bank account number and banking sort code (BLZ) to IBAN and BIC, there are quite some tasks to accomplish. One task is to convert the bank account numbers to the new IBAN number.
I am providing now a server for development of OpenPetra, with X2Go desktop remoting.See more details at https://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/openpetraorg/index.php?title=Hosted_development_workstation To save costs, I am running the server on a jiffybox, which costs less when you freeze it. So I am providing a
We have got the latest PHP version on Hostsharing, and Knowledge Tree 22.214.171.124 did not work anymore. I got a long list of deprecated warnings, and the session would not even start, so not even a login screen is displayed.
I am very glad for the hosted apps that Sourceforge provides. It is excellent to have only one login, and not to need to worry about updating the apps. The problem with the phpBB forum is that the notification emails,
The advantage of KnowledgeTree is that it keeps versions of each document that you upload. Unfortunately, this does not seem to work in version 126.96.36.199, when uploading a new version of an existing file via WebDAV. The file is overwritten
I wondered what the easiest way was to create reports.I looked into PM Report 4.1 by Zeke Walker, but did not think it would be what I needed. So this is what I did:edit the Peer class of your table,
see http://www.symfony-project.com/book/1_0/13-I18n-and-L10n I have changed the default_culture in myapp/config/i18n.yml Based on this blog entry with german translations I have created my own version:save it as apps/mybackend/messages.de.xml
I enjoy using the symfony Web PHP Framework for a database/web application. To make it run on a Debian Virtual Private Server:add to file /etc/apt/sources.list this line: deb http://www.symfony-project.com/get debian/ Then install the required packages: apt-get install php-pear php5-symfony php5-mysql
The goal is, that users are only registered on phpNuke, and can use the same username on MediaWiki, without logging in twice. Readme.txt, Download, Auth_phpnuke.php, authphpnuke.php, modules/MediaWiki/index.php.