XOOPS is one of world's leading open source CMS and portal systems, written in PHP for the MySQL database. Its object orientation makes it an ideal tool for developing small or large community websites, intra company and corporate portals, weblogs and much more.
Founded in 2001 by group of international software developers, XOOPS quickly become one of world’s leading Open Source Content Management Systems (CMS).
Known and loved for its ease of use and countless powerful modules, XOOPS received numerous International Awards and Recognitions.
Please visit us at http://www.xoops.org to learn more about XOOPS
I'm a beginner level programmer willing t donate some time
I am intermediate level programmer. I have developed some small tools here and there, but nothing really major.
I would very much like to be a part of this project!
A big "Thank you" to all of you who have responded and expressed interest in participating!
Please download the upcoming XOOPS version 2.5.7 (currently in RC) from:
install it, review it, and see where could you help us...
All help is very much appreciated, and it could be in following areas:
- module development
- Core architecture
- database performance improvements
Let us know your area of interest and we'll contact you directly...
Michael, the project could attract a more enthusiastic following if the front page focused on the content that is most important for the visitors over fundraising (ads).
In case you absolutely want to have ads, they should at least not take priority over the main content. Here are the main detractors of the site's main purpose:
Thanks for your feedback and suggestions, they will be definitely added to the list for our next new theme for the Website.
We would prefer not to have ads, but we're not getting that many donations, and we still have to cover costs.
Just curious if anybody had a chance to download and install XOOPS, and in which area would you like to help?
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