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(1) 2 3 4 ... 9 » : Registration suspended
Posted by AndyM on 2011/8/20 22:56:56 (4642 reads)

Due to ongoing problems with spam users, user registration has been disabled until a way to control the issue has been found. apologises for any inconvenience this causes.

Modules : Work on AM Events v2 begins
Posted by AndyM on 2010/10/10 23:40:00 (4703 reads)

Work on version 2 of AM Events has begun. This will be completely re-written from scratch.

With this in mind, I would appreciate it if you can submit any feature requests to the issue tracker at:

Read More... | 1 comment : Announcing AM Mini Gallery
Posted by AndyM on 2008/8/26 23:00:00 (9969 reads)

This module is still in pre-alpha status and incomplete, but it is a gallery module for XOOPS v2, which will display a small gallery in any module page where there is text area output.

A gallery can be inserted into a page with a simple tag.

See the read more link for an example...

Read More... | 511 bytes more | 1 comment : XOOPS module development halted
Posted by AndyM on 2008/3/23 21:54:01 (6957 reads)

My local file and development server has popped its electronic clogs, so I am currently unable to access any of the files on it to be able to work on any of my modules.

I don't think any files have been lost, but I won't be sure until I have set up another machine to get the files off of the hard drive. There is a backup, but it's not recent (yeah, I know...)

Anyway, right now, I don't know when I'll be able to resume work on them.

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Modules : AM Events module security alert
Posted by AndyM on 2008/2/22 2:01:35 (6928 reads)

It has come to light that there is a security issue with the AM Events XOOPS module. It is advised that you either disable the module, or at the very least, make sure you have the XOOPS Protector module installed, which should protect the module from attempted exploit.

A security fix will be released as soon as possible.

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