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The Geek
03-24-2007, 09:53 PM
Geek Gazette (GAZ) is a community newsletter system for vB 3.6x and higher.

Why? Well, I actually prototyped it toward the end of 2005 but helved it to focus on core products. Due to an urgent requirement at one of my other sites, I blew the dust off it and brought it up to a beta state. I am reluctant to support another project (hence the reason I pulled GeekMart until mythicol joined) however it seems to be (for the most part) done. There are still some bugs with it, but they should be easily squashed with a handful of private beta testers. I'm in no rush to release it, I'm more in the mood to get it fine tuned part time while I work on my other projects. Ill release it when it hits RC and the beta testers are content with it.

I have received loads of requests for beta testing so far - please be patient as I try and evaluate the best candidates for testing. Please don't feel bad if you don't get picked :)

A quick run down of its features.

Multiple newsletters

You can have an unlimited amount of newsletters set up. For instance, you may have one for a weekly overview of the site and one for a monthly overview. You may also want a semi annual focusing on certain parts of your site.

Cron powered

GAZ is built to power itself with as little to no intervention from you. GAZ will take 'snapshots' of the data it needs whenever you set it to. It will also process and send itself off to users without you having to do anything with it.

Module Powered

GAZ comes with a module system (similar to GARS) that allows you to create multiple configurations and layouts.

Ajax Issue Browser

Users can browse previous editions of issues.

brihan
03-24-2007, 10:30 PM
Looking forward to it.

I send out a newsletter every Monday & Friday to all registered members on my old UBB board.

I am in the process of setting up a Vbulletin (I already have GAL installed) and this might be exactly what I'm looking for.

I just received my first Gazette. Please send me more GAZ updates as they become available.

Thank you,

Brian

Hornstar6969
03-25-2007, 01:13 AM
sounds good, I have quite a big board with over 60 000 members and I would like to beta test it to see how it can handle with server load etc. also there is a hack on vbulletin that helps with sending out mass emails, maybe you could integrate that into this.

Let me know if you would like me to beta test it. thanks.

KenDude
03-25-2007, 06:35 AM
I sent a PM volunteering to test as well. I have a pretty active site and we had been sending out a monthly newsletter in our old software, since switching to vbulletin a few months back I haven't been able to find one I like that allows me to marry content from the site along with custom content for each newsletter into a nice looking format.

This Gazette might just be the ticket... :)

Lizard King
03-25-2007, 09:30 AM
Sam , you can count me in for troubleshooting :)

The Geek
03-25-2007, 11:28 AM
Hey Guys, thanks to everyone for the PMs - there is obviously great support for a project such as this.

Just to let you know that the 5 positions are currently closed.

nexia
03-25-2007, 02:59 PM
mine is closed, i take it... ;)

already have a sugg: don't use userfields... it slows down the filtering... use a new field in the usertable, so you just have to list one query. and it is easier to install, easier to uninstall, no need to edit a userfield by the admin (less support requested)

i'm going to install it now.. lol

Michael-MI
03-25-2007, 03:25 PM
Have any idea on price? I would love to get a newsletter started up on our site.

Thanks!

nexia
03-25-2007, 03:33 PM
i have an idea on price: 750$..

oh, you mean about GAZ ?!...

bah.. add a zero, give it a comma, and that's a good one...lol

Infantrymen
03-25-2007, 04:32 PM
Great idea! Cheers!

The Geek
03-25-2007, 06:47 PM
I avoid altering vB's datastructure. In fact, I have never done it. Not because I think it is a 'bad thing', but because I feel that you should do it if at all possible (saying that - I may have to break my own rule for the next iteration of gal).

Personally, I think the saving on processing time is only marginal but the payout if FAR more flexability.

For instance, I can have 3 newsletter and users can subscribe to a combination of one or more of them. You would have to add 3 more fields to the userprofile page for that.

Anyhoo, keep up the observations.

nexia
03-25-2007, 08:19 PM
oh, then if you have the ability to add more gazettes, my suggestion is irrelevent... lol

Webmist
03-25-2007, 09:24 PM
Sounds great. I currently have listmessenger intergrated somewhat into my forum using the user profile fields. Would love to have a newletter built for vb. Will it have import and export for user info? Like who's subscribed to what?

jluerken
03-26-2007, 10:33 AM
One of the biggest gaps in Vbulletin might get closed with your product. I am looking forward to it :D

henrikhansen
03-26-2007, 02:23 PM
Even thougth GAZ is built to power itself with as little to no intervention,
I would find it quite useful if GAZ had an option to include some
comments in the top of the newsletters, fx in case the forum owner
wants to tell about new features, competitions etc.

The Geek
03-26-2007, 04:59 PM
It does :)

acers
03-26-2007, 05:15 PM
geek some question, (just trying to see if this would fit in or replace the rather clumsy phplist integration i use right now)
1) Would it be possible to send just custom messages(with attachments parsed, eg html mails). (think of it as a template). Ok you might probably say its better to use standalone application for this like phplist but user management is bit of a problem there.
2) Does it have ability to attach attachments? (eg no offsite image linking. more like phpmailer class where you can embed the attachments.)
3) would it be extendable via modules to send custom things. eg i have a fantasy league and i would want it to send a mail every time a race is added. so i can query the db, use a pre defined template, push the data and one image in there and send.

just checking if i should wait around eagerly for this :D don't mind the questions. :)

The Geek
03-26-2007, 06:17 PM
Hey Acers,

1- If I understand you right - yes :)
2- Not as it is now. All images, etc.. are linked offsite. Kirby has made the same suggestion - however it is too early to tell yet if it will have this ability.
3- Every element (content block) is a module. So yes, it would be very extendable that way :)

acers
03-27-2007, 07:01 AM
nice can't wait for the RC :)

Lizard King
03-27-2007, 08:50 AM
It is one of the best addon's that have been build for vBulletin.
I know it is so early to ask but if there will be an option to integrate other vbulletin hacks inside , maybe vblogetin , gallery etc...

You know i am a big fan or Gal and Gars but for me GAZ is way more important then other hacks :rolleyes:

The Geek
03-27-2007, 09:17 AM
Hey Liz, thanks :)

All it will take for that extra integration is a simple module. I am not currently planning on creating additional modules right now. Maybe for release I may do one for polls and for gars, but not sure about vbblogetin yet :)

acers
03-27-2007, 02:25 PM
hey geek, can you show us the admincp side screens :)
dying to have a look at how this looks from the backend.

DerTobi75
03-27-2007, 04:27 PM
Will only HTML Mails possible or can users choose if they like to get HTML or Text mails?

The Geek
03-27-2007, 04:37 PM
Plain text or HTML

The Geek
03-27-2007, 05:34 PM
Just so everyone knows:

The private beta testing team have provided phenomenal feedback and are actively participating in taking the project to a whole new level. IMO The project could be bug fixed and rolled out pretty quickly, however the testing team have proposed a lot of great ideas that will make it a substantially better product that is simpler for non technical admins to use. Implementing these ideas will result in a more delayed release - however it will result in a far superior product which I think is a very worth while trade off.

My primary aim is to continue working on my core products and supporting my customers, my secondary aim is to implement the ideas put forward by the team. Therefore it will take a little bit longer for this project to see general release - but at least it won't be at the expense of working on GARS, GAL and GAB. The good news is that very talented private testers (i.e. Kirby) are taking a very active interest in the project and have already contibuted loads from a coding perspective!

Hang tight all, I am sure it wont be terribly long before you see more from this project.

Here are some current screenies to satisfy the cravings for now:

Note that its all phrased and such in this current incarnation - but there are already plans on making it far better so these can be seen as alpha screen shots and will change.

Settings

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This screen allows you to set most of the global settings for the system. You can choose the style and such to send from. It looks like this will be further improved to end up using the users style and language settings!

Newsletters

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This is where you can create multiple newsletters to send out (i.e. a weekly, monthly, yearly or one focused on certain aspects of your site). newsletter is NOT what is sent out. What is sent out are issues which belong to newsletters.

Right now, the newsletter is little more than a category like area. It looks like some settings (i.e. the recipients qualifiers) will be located as options here

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Issues

This is a list of the issues for the selected newsletter. Each newsletter goes out in 'issues'. Users can also browse back issues (not shown). Note that currently, the user selection process happens on a per-issue basis. That will be moved to the newsletter as the project develops

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Generators

A generators purpose is to make 'issues' and is primarily run by a cron job (though this can be manual as well). It is a 'boiler plate' for issues therefore many of the options in issues are also found in the generator.

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Note that many of these options will be moved to the newsletter area

Modules

Any of you familiar with GARS knows my almost obsession with modules. A module is an external file that generates content. Modules are to gars and GAZ as hooks are to vB. It allows the admin to 'layout' their newsletters in any way they see fit without having to change the coding or architecture of the system. Currently, there are 4 modules; text (which allows the user to display custom text eg A navigation menu), Info (shows a 'news' like block of information that can use the issues bbcode/html/plain text messages to display relevant information. This is usually used as an issue 'overview' or 'introduction'), statistics (shows the top statistics like newest member, thread count, etc...) and threadblock. The threadblock is the key module that allows you to format snapshots of your forum(s) in a variety of ways. Most blocks of information are threadblocks in a variety of different configurations.

Note that in the HTML configuration, there are 5 'slots' to put 0 or more modules in (top, left. centre, right and bottom). You use the same modules to layout the plain text format, however this only has 1 view (centre column) because you can not have 'layouts' in a plain text email.

This gives you the ability to customise the plain text and HTML portions of an issue.

Modules are combined into a 'set' which is then applied to an issue. Therefore you can create additional 'sets' for subsequent issues or newsletters to meet your needs.

Here is a bunch of screenies of the modules in action:
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HTML configuration:
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Plain text:
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Anyhoo - much of this will change thanks to the team. Feel free to make suggestions, etc... but please note that it is impossible to determine an ETA, or what the final price will be (though I think it is fair to say that none of my projects are very pricey)

That is about all I have to say on the subject for now other than: Thanks again to the small group of private testers I have and thank you for your interest in the project.

nJoy

nexia
03-27-2007, 06:52 PM
and i can say i'm not part of that great deal of testers... not that i do not want, but i had other things in hands these last 3 days that were not planned... (kids, you know!)... and an election here... (more than 6 millions visitors on my main site in the last 36 hours!)

and i started bother Samuel about some other feature i wanted for the Mart... THANKS A LOT for your availability Samuel !!!

btw, i'll be more than happy to deal with the GAZ in the next days... if i'm not bothered by my kids again... LOL LOL

acers
03-28-2007, 05:08 AM
wow the modules look great and imo it should be real easy to extend this for anything :) thank you geek.
I have some more questions and some suggestions :D

1) I am noticing that the mail you sent out uses the vb stylesheets for styling. Plus you are not using inline style statements. That would work on desktop clents(actually only on desktop clients will it work perfectly), but on say gmail, there seems to be major problems in rendering.(see attachment) thw whole stylehas been discarded. On phplist i tend to avoid using css as far as possible for styling and instead use tables and inline css. see this article(http://www.xavierfrenette.com/articles/css-support-in-webmail/#others)
notice that outside of body everything will be stripped.
well so the mantra is inline css, avoid divs and floats(again hotmail, gmail hate both)

Anyway this is on simpler styles. If you have a custom style on board, then there are even more problems.(yes you can create a simple style for newsletters) but it still won't fix the css issues.
So point being a template for newsletter is very essential. Uses tables to render. A basic template with variables for module and header and logo insertion (say {gaz_modul1}at top for 1st module and so on defined within the template.,) That way the overall structure of the module will be available to the user to change(although it would be a mean ask :) )So you can have templates defined for this as (gaz_main - as the master template, gaz_module1 as say module template and so on and by default use table positioning and inline css.)

2) Also i didn't quite see this in screenshots but is this feature present? I would want that if i code a custom module, i should be able to see the that its rendering or picking up per newsletter before i send. Love the modules approach though :)

thanks

The Geek
03-28-2007, 08:31 AM
Hey man,

I didnt test in gmail, but I tested in hotmail with similar results. The inline styles seemed fine, but I had to click an almost invisisble link for the system to download the css and apply it (which it did fine afterwards). Hardly intuitive and desired.

Your link will prove very helpful - however at first read, it doesnt appear that there is much that can be done in some of the browsers. For instance, that article states that GMail strips out anything from the header AND it strips out any style attribtutes. So even if we went all inline with styles, it would still look the same as above :(

I havent finished the article yet - but I will spend more time on it and see if a clever approach can be taken :)

As it stands right now, each element of the issues have their own templates (header, navbar, content, footer) so you will be able to customize these any way you see fit.

As to your module question, what you would be able to do is add it to a set and preview an existing issue (or generate a new issue) to preview until you like what you see - then finalize it... so basically... yes :)

acers
03-28-2007, 09:47 AM
yes thats the drawback of inline styles i faced too.
but for the sake of cross email site stability, its unfortunately the only way i could find. case in points:
Link 1 to see (http://ask.metafilter.com/28491/html-email-css-or-not-css)
link 2 that reinforces the point (http://mailchimp.blogs.com/blog/2006/01/background_imag.html)

umm i have had success with some style attributes inline on gmail(there is terrible leave one space proble in <td> tags there. I think bg colour and basic attributes would work(umm see the first article.


here is some more food of thought :) For the image attachments, i think you can try(ofcourse the practicality you can decide) this method. When you make a new template, scan the template for image code img tag and ask the user to upload in next stage the images.(pedestrian approach copied from phplist as usual :D ) but that way for the lists going out using simple attach classes, the images can be attached in the mail. It will do two things. 1) it will stop a user warning for external images(which many users still think means a spam mail) and 2) it will stop making the mails go to spam itself.

Nikke
03-28-2007, 07:29 PM
I'd love to beta test it. I run a community at www.pokerimestari.com with 3000 users!

Ganondorf
03-28-2007, 08:50 PM
It would like to be a beta-tester of the Gaz, therefore it would very like to participate of this project and power to help, work with vBulletin to some time and would very like to be able to contribute with this new project and power to help reporting bugs and any another imperfection that comes to have in the Gaz.

Grateful, I am thankful for being able to have taken care of me;
To the disposal,
Ganondorf

The Geek
03-28-2007, 09:31 PM
Thanks for your interest Gan - but the limited spots filled up almost instantly :(

Hang fire - Im sure a public release inst a million miles off :)

Tigratrus
04-03-2007, 01:54 AM
Hey Geek - just a quick check in to say we're working with it and we'll have some idiot-proofing (that IS what you hired us for, no?) commentary soon. Making my list...

Susan and James (not coders by any stretch, but have been known to break things)

rrr
04-07-2007, 03:20 AM
One quick question. I searched for "subscribe" and didn't find any info in this thread.

How are members initially subscribed to the newsletters?

Like if you have 10,000+ members who haven't opted in to any mailings, will there be a way for them to click one link and subscribe (like if the admin was to send a mass PM to all members).

The Geek
04-07-2007, 08:02 AM
When you create a newsletter, you have the option to automatically subscribe all members to it. THen if they are in the usergroup list for the newsletter, they will get one. There is also a tool that allows you to mass update users email format and which newsletters they are subscribed to.

rrr
04-07-2007, 08:06 PM
When you create a newsletter, you have the option to automatically subscribe all members to it. THen if they are in the usergroup list for the newsletter, they will get one. There is also a tool that allows you to mass update users email format and which newsletters they are subscribed to.
Thanks for clarifying that.

I wouldn't feel comfortable mass subscribing all members to a newsletter. People are very sketchy about spam these days...even on a forum they registered for.

But if I could send them a Private Message through the forum with a link that allows them to easily subscribe, they would know that they aren't on any "lists", and they have the choice to subscribe if they want forum updates via a newsletter.

Could I suggest that as a feature for the release :)? That way we can promote responsible email marketing and allow members to opt in.

COBRAws
04-16-2007, 09:57 PM
I missed a spot :( oh damn, ill have to wait for the RC :D:D

COBRAws
04-26-2007, 09:05 PM
Is is possible to output calendar events into a module so its shown in the newsletter as an Event Calendar/Agenda with upcoming events?

The Geek
04-27-2007, 09:01 AM
It would be, but a module doesnt exist for that yet :)

rrr
04-27-2007, 10:46 PM
Just a usability note. When I visit: http://www.thevbgeek.com/newsletter.php

I think I would expect to see a list of newsletters that have been sent out, with hyperlinked titles with some text next to it showing the date it was sent.

Right now, when I look at: http://www.thevbgeek.com/newsletter.php

I'm not exactly sure what I'm seeing. Is that the current newsletter that was published?

If so, where exactly do I click to see previous newsletters?

The Geek
04-28-2007, 10:57 AM
Thanks rrr,

That is the latest version that went out. There is an issue selector (looks like a calendar) that allows you to browse between past newsletters but there is a bug with it right now that I am working on (its blank unless your in FF).

Ramses
04-29-2007, 12:24 PM
Are some screenshots available how the newsletter is looking? Thanks.

badblu
04-29-2007, 01:25 PM
when can i get it
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The Geek
04-29-2007, 08:21 PM
You can see current screens and such here-> www.thevbgeek.com/geeki (http://www.thevbgeek.com/geeki)

rrr
05-01-2007, 05:13 AM
Thanks rrr,

That is the latest version that went out. There is an issue selector (looks like a calendar) that allows you to browse between past newsletters but there is a bug with it right now that I am working on (its blank unless your in FF).
Thanks, TG.

I'm using firefox and I guess when I look at that page, I wasn't sure what the calendar was supposed to do (trying to put myself in the place of a new user :))

http://img339.imageshack.us/img339/5409/geeknewsls2.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

The Geek
05-01-2007, 08:45 AM
Thanks for the input, I will most likely be going the listing route because (IMO) select boxes look messy (hence why I hid them) :)

Ramses
05-05-2007, 03:08 PM
Thanks, but there are only screens from the admin side, I meant how the receiver will see the newsletter.You can see current screens and such here-> www.thevbgeek.com/geeki (http://www.thevbgeek.com/geeki)

Hornstar6969
05-05-2007, 03:28 PM
Thanks, but there are only screens from the admin side, I meant how the receiver will see the newsletter.

you should have got sent a test newsletter to your email, if you didnt, make sure you have thegeek in your allowed list, and check your junk/spam folder.

ruhrpottforum
05-17-2007, 07:01 PM
Hello,

I like to see such a great Newslettersystem :)

We would like to send a monthly newsletter (html/plaintext) but not neccessarly with the full featured forum style but with a nice header and a nice formated (html)text. Images, Links, Bold, Italic, Centered, ... maybe with an bbcode interface for creating?

And a "must-have" feature would be an "unsubscribe" link in every email that is sent out

is this possible with GAZ?

cheers

The Geek
05-17-2007, 07:03 PM
Sure. You can tweak the templates as you see fit and make it a monthly newsletter.

All users have the ability to opt out of newsletters :)

ruhrpottforum
05-17-2007, 07:05 PM
Wow, you are a bot, aren't you? :)

Is their or will their be a translation to german? Maybe I could help you out with this?

The Geek
05-17-2007, 07:08 PM
Its fully phrased so I assume so. Saying that, I wont be doing it as my German is as bad as my Italian (which is non existent).

No bot, just lurking heavily as I do around any new launch :)

ruhrpottforum
05-17-2007, 07:26 PM
Just bought it. will try it at the weekend, I hope I get it working with vBSEOs CRR.

karel1985
05-19-2007, 11:30 AM
if you need a person for translating into ducth language

i am candidate to do

congrats with the good work

karel

Code Monkey
06-07-2007, 02:52 AM
When will this product be available for download?

Loco
06-07-2007, 06:35 AM
/me holds out my cash for GAZ :D

Sounds wonderful sir :) I'd like to buy a copy as soon as it's available

The Geek
06-07-2007, 06:05 PM
There are just a couple of minor issues I am resolving first. I would have it out by now, but I am away on business so my dev time is really cramped :)

Hornstar6969
06-09-2007, 04:55 PM
There are just a couple of minor issues I am resolving first. I would have it out by now, but I am away on business so my dev time is really cramped :)

when do you get back? are you prepared to give an eta for gold :D

I really want to send out a newsletter but require branding free first.

Code Monkey
06-09-2007, 05:35 PM
Any way to buy the beta version?

The Geek
06-09-2007, 11:36 PM
No way to buy the beta yet... Im still gone until next weekend. Im doing some work on my laptop, but my time is limited. We should be able to go gold almost right after I get back

Loco
06-10-2007, 12:00 AM
I really want to send out a newsletter but require branding free first.

is there a link for vbgeek in the emails sent out from gaz :eek: :(

The Geek
06-10-2007, 04:26 PM
There is branding at the bottom of the emails but you will be able to also purchase a branding free option

Loco
06-11-2007, 12:16 AM
can you put webmaster[at]vbulletinsetup[dot]com on your mailing list so I can see some more examples of GAZ

thanks :)

The Geek
06-11-2007, 03:42 PM
it is only set to send out to the GAZ group right now, if I can get some time Ill set up a new newsletter later tonight so people can subscribe if they want :)

Loco
06-14-2007, 07:04 AM
Sounds good.

I'll be out of town this weekend at an art show " http://a-sheley.com "
So take your time for a few days :)


cheers

MotMann
02-10-2008, 11:28 AM
The GAZ use the Style from the Forum? And send it to the User as Mail?

How looks the Mail? Any Screenshots?

Morgan
02-11-2008, 05:43 PM
Please see http://www.thevbgeek.com/geeki/index.php/Category:GAZ

MotMann
02-12-2008, 10:37 PM
I dont see styles there ...

Morgan
02-13-2008, 11:01 PM
Please see http://www.thevbgeek.com/geeki/index.php/Styles_and_templates_in_GAZ and/or http://www.thevbgeek.com/newsletter.php

dreamerinexile
02-16-2008, 12:36 PM
Hello Morgan,

is there going to be a new release of this any time soon? I think it would be a great investment for my community.

WhatChaMissin
02-17-2008, 11:47 PM
I have to agree, it looks like it would be a great tool.
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Morgan
02-21-2008, 10:09 PM
Hello Morgan,

is there going to be a new release of this any time soon? I think it would be a great investment for my community.

Cannot provide a time frame, but both GAZ and GMart with be released when ready.

optrex
03-04-2008, 10:26 PM
Where do I download the current version?

Morgan
03-05-2008, 04:02 PM
Drop down menu in navbar -> License and Download Manager (http://www.thevbgeek.com/glic.php)

optrex
03-05-2008, 10:19 PM
That only gives me an offering of GABS, GARS and GAL. I don't see an option for GAZ

I currently have GARS purchased, I know you are looking to update GAZ, but I'm in desperate need of a newsletter, so wouldn't object to purchasing the current version.

optrex
03-06-2008, 10:28 PM
That only gives me an offering of GABS, GARS and GAL. I don't see an option for GAZ

I currently have GARS purchased, I know you are looking to update GAZ, but I'm in desperate need of a newsletter, so wouldn't object to purchasing the current version.


bump please - in desperate need of a GAZ version

Morgan
03-07-2008, 05:34 AM
Sorry, but no pre-sales are offered. The old code contains bugs, and the new code is not yet ready.

acers
05-03-2008, 10:27 AM
Hey Morgan,
While i can understand you cannot give ETA's but is the update for GAZ on the table. A lot of us depend on GAZ for newsletters and it forms an integral part of the community. Now with the release of 3.7x, we have just been told that old versions will not be updated (http://www.thevbgeek.com/showthread.php?p=24181#post24181) and we can basically fix the code or any bugs ourselves. (And a new release, whenever that comes out, might just take as much time by which our license would have expired)
I think integral to the license was support especially for major software releases and fixing present bugs(permissions problems that i have had to change files myself to sort out) and just ignoring licensed customers is a bit unacceptable.
(Sorry i don't mean to be rude, i can understand the time and effort it would take but its been a very long time since we heard anything regarding gaz. Its a paid product afterall)

Morgan
05-03-2008, 03:39 PM
Yes, both GAZ and GMart will be released as soon as they are ready. The GAZ v.1.0.0 code base is now different than my working code base, and when the new release of GAZ is made, it will contain the changes for CSRF protection. As to expired licenses, I do understand that license holders anticipated further releases by The Geek and are disappointed that they did not materialize. I also understand that people are eager for the new releases, but it does take time. If I could have split myself into five, all five of the geek scripts would already be available and supported, but as it is, they get learned, fixed, released, and supported one at a time. In the last four months, three of the five geek scripts have been updated and released, and I hope to get all five geek scripts back online soon.

acers
05-03-2008, 04:21 PM
^^ Thanks morgon :)
I look forward to it and i do appreciate your efforts also ;)

WhatChaMissin
05-04-2008, 01:10 PM
Thanks for taking the time to clarify the situation. As you can tell we are all eager to get our hands on a real newsletter system. Hopefully it will translate into new sales for you. :)
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jluerken
05-05-2008, 10:05 AM
If I could have split myself into five, all five of the geek scripts would already be available and supported, but as it is, they get learned, fixed, released, and supported one at a time. In the last four months, three of the five geek scripts have been updated and released, and I hope to get all five geek scripts back online soon.

If you need help to split yourself, I found a saw ;)