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Hi friends!

My name is Dmitri, I am the creator and developer of this program.

I want you to download and try it for yourself.

The source is on github

Its free and open source

I also want you to ask any questions you may have right here. At the same time you will be testing this site and get a feel of how it works.

Post new suggestions, feature requests here too.

If you need help installing the program, I will help you - just ask.


 
Edited March 22, 2011 9:09 pm CDT
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asked March 3, 2011 at 8:06 AM

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The link to github in your main question is broken...
The source is on github
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answered March 9, 2013 at 1:31 AM
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Hi Dmitri,

The choices you made with the tools and libs are great (MongoDB, Xliff ...).

Now with the licensing issue: Your system is more of a web application than a library - so GPL3 sounds more like a natural choice for it - I'm just wondering why you chose LGPL?

The other question in my mind: have you considered a dual licensing model, MongoDB and Neo4j as two recent cases in point - plus heaps others using dual licensing (GPL+Commercial). If you add support contracts to the mix you might end up with a solid business model.

The way I personally see this going: Q&A with reputation based permissions seems to be creating big buzz - specifically the case of StackOverflow. Now once this becomes familiar with users, corporations would adopt the model as it is great for crowed-sourcing their support services.

So what are your thoughts on this.
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answered September 2, 2011 at 2:34 AM
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LGPL is less restrictive than GLP. Dual licencing may be offered when the program is stable and not in beta. Right now I am more interested in it being completely open source. Later there may be a commercial version available.
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Sep 29 '11 at 19:30
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to the point version

You can PROVE lampcms reputation. Even deleted/banned lampcms users can prove it!
Reputation as legal tender via cryptographic coins -> hyper local economic stimulation.

blunt version:

Reputation? BULL SHIT.


the normal me

Hi, listen I love this site. You are a genious. I have been a programmer since I was 8 years old so I know the work you put into this and you are truly a genius. Im sorry for making such a big suggestion but i have no time to do it myself right now. if you so much as tell me its a good idea worth integrating into the core i will work on a pull request or explain to you better what i mean.


I have now 30,000 thousand upvotes on those stupid evil closed source stack exchange sites. I dont even care about the worth these upvotes have, but i hate how when I get banned I lose them and they go back to zero.

really... i want the upvotes to be mine and for no one to be able to take them away from me.. because proving 30k upvotes on stackexchange actually got me alot of jobs already...

My points are mine, and people in general are sick of the fact that content created on the web does not reward the creator nor its curators. 

If I get upvotes I want them to be mine. and the value they create to also be mine.

If your still reading...


I would recommend you pick bitmark as the default since it is already working on adding what i speak of to all HTML/XML makeup. using the first choice of bitcoin or generating a lampcms specific one would actually not be so smart since cross chain movements could not affect reputation algos. Anyway thanks and good luck.
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Edited Feb 18, 2015 11:21 PM
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answered February 18, 2015 at 11:06 PM
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