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Hi earth,

Sorry, no download for now. The reason is that I do not want a lot of repositories for Df all over.. If the community like the idea, and the one interesting in running the module is serious - then I will develop the module into something that can be installed.

As far as I can see your site is still down, and I do not want this module on a unstable site. If your site comes back up, and you can insure me that your site is stable, then you migt get a copy.

For now, I can set it up on my testsite and make you an admin user account. Then you can test the module..

PM me if you are interested.


Espen

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It really needs to be here, on dragonflycms.org. Which I think is what you would like to see, if I'm not wrong?

Anyway we can make this happen?

I agree that having multiple repositories is a waste of everyone's time, esp. the developer's.

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layingback wrote
Anyway we can make this happen.

Work are in progress in DF10.

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espsjurs wrote
Hi earth,

Sorry, no download for now. The reason is that I do not want a lot of repositories for Df all over.. If the community like the idea, and the one interesting in running the module is serious - then I will develop the module into something that can be installed.

As far as I can see your site is still down, and I do not want this module on a unstable site. If your site comes back up, and you can insure me that your site is stable, then you migt get a copy.

For now, I can set it up on my testsite and make you an admin user account. Then you can test the module..

PM me if you are interested.

Espen


thanks, just thought would ask...

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NanoCaiordo wrote
layingback wrote
Anyway we can make this happen.

Work are in progress in DF10.


Understood. But in the meantime, I meant.

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layingback wrote
It really needs to be here, on dragonflycms.org. Which I think is what you would like to see, if I'm not wrong?


Exactly what I want Smile

This module was started when DF Bounty still existed, and was ment for them.

So, Nano - how will this be solved in DF10? I am curious Smile

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DownloadsPro's will feed each client with type, title, category, description, images, changelog ... the direct install process will work when the upload class will be also finished.

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Is DownloadsPro going to be part of the Core?

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No. But why should be part of the core anyway?
The update service will connect clients to the server.

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NanoCaiordo wrote
But why should be part of the core anyway?


It shouldn't for a number of reasons. I misunderstood.

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