CB 2.0 ideas discussions

11 years 8 months ago #125002 by mediaguru
Replied by mediaguru on topic Re:CB 2.0 Ideas
Yes on privacy, how about a listing of all the fields or tabs and they can just put a check by each one to select privacy levels?

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* LIKE thumbs up system for "liking" content items
* Karma - CB user rating system
* Golf Score Tracker
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11 years 8 months ago #125030 by Roland
Replied by Roland on topic Re:CB 2.0 Ideas
One more...

Possibility to define a site/url which are shown if a user / guest doen't have the rights to view the side, for example to view the profile page for guests (Login / register page instead of an empty site with the message: "Please log in or register to view user profiles."). There are just a view lines in comprofiler.php (just insert a header redirect)

...and once again...

Integration of Alphauserpoints (instead of the existing hacks):
- rule for publish an avatar
- rule for unpublish an avatar
- rule for a new connection
- rule for a new guestbookentry

Post edited by: Roland, at: 2010/02/23 22:08

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11 years 7 months ago #125455 by Roland
Replied by Roland on topic Re:CB 2.0 Ideas
And one more:

Backend => Plugins => show the version number (example: 1.3 RC2) in the list...

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11 years 7 months ago #125456 by Roland
Replied by Roland on topic Re:CB 2.0 Ideas
and one more...

as described here: http://www.joomlapolis.com/component/option,com_joomlaboard/Itemid,38/func,view/catid,105/id,125397/#125397

insert groupjive into CB...

make groupjive as same as the profilepage of CB, this means:

- can choose and layout template as same as cb profile
- can put cb fields, tabs also on the groupjive page
- can put some plugins also on the grouphive page (like nants profilebook, wall)

this means groupjive is just a copy of the profile page.

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11 years 7 months ago #125464 by Roland
Replied by Roland on topic Re:CB 2.0 Ideas
and now two ideas:

- a xing ( www.xing.com/ ) connection plugin (like the coming facebookplugin)

- a "table" or "list" field plugin: a new field type for lists / tables. You can define in a backend if the lists have one, two or three columns and define the header / lable for the columns. In front end a user can make as much entrys as he want.

Example Vita:

Date Position
since 2008 Leader of Quality-Management
till 2008 Software Eng.
till 2007 Worker
till 2006 ....

or Example Internet-Sites:

sort description members
Community Quality-Community 10000
Community Study-Community 300
Company KTW-Homepage none

I think 3 or 4 possible columns are enough.
For frontend view you can decide if you want the data as table or in a line seperated by comma.

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11 years 7 months ago #125488 by RjSteed
Replied by RjSteed on topic Re:CB 2.0 Ideas
What about offering the choice of layout in the whos on line module for CB?

Meaning like this:

Member Name; Member Name; Member Name; Member Name; Member Name; Member Name; Member Name; Etc; Etc; Etc;

as apposed to just:
Member Name
Member Name
Member Name
Member Name
Member Name

I can see where the list can get very long on a large site. I would like to be able to place the "Whos Online" list in teh footer of my site as apposed to on the left side all the time.

Also... I would like to see an updater such as the one that JoomGallery uses. Click and updated without having to go into the install, then uninstall etc etc etc... JoomGallery is very nicely put together when it comes to that...

Post edited by: RjSteed, at: 2010/02/28 18:51

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