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    Bonjour, Voici maintenant un peu plus d’une semaine que le site était en maintenance, après un poisson annonçant la fermeture définitive. Pour ceux n’ayant pas vu le message le 1er avril, le voici : Il s’agissait en fait du début de notre passage d’IP.Board 3.4.x (dont le support prenait fin le 1er avril 2017) à la Community Suite 4.1.19.1. Mais comme le poisson ne contenait pas que des mensonges (la date du dernier don et la naissance de ma fille en fin d’année dernière) , je n’ai pas eu tout le temps que j’aurais souhaité pour que tout soit réglé rapidement. Ajoutez à cela des problèmes étranges avec l’hébergement du site, et voilà que 10 jours sont passés par là. Mais bon, même si tout n’est pas encore peaufiné comme je l’aurai aimé, IBF est de retour. Le tchatche a été supprimé, vu que son support prend fin le 1er mai de cette année. Du ménage a été fait sur le site, car les informations étaient obsolètes. Nous le complèterons dès que possible avec des informations plus à jour. Notre tracker fait peau neuve et est désormais basé sur l’application Pages. Nous n’avons pas repris l’historique qui n’avait pas un grand intérêt. Je vous laisse découvrir les autres nouveautés, qui sont principalement liées aux fonctionnalités des produits utilisés. Pour tout problème rencontré, ne pas hésiter à créer un ticket sur le tracker. Cela nous permettra de les corriger plus efficacement. Et désolé pour cette absence prolongée. Nous sommes maintenant bien de retour.
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    Faut couché avec qui pour faire un don ? La page que vous tentez d’atteindre n’est pas disponible pour votre compte.
  3. 1 j’aime
    Voilà le problème est réglé. C'était bien un problème d'hébergeur.
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    Merci pour ce travail ! Du coup, n'étant pas revenu entre-temps, je ne suis pas tombé dans le piège...
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    Bonjour, je confirme les dires d’Erwin, le site est bien accessible de chez moi.
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    Bonsoir, Il s'affiche correctement chez moi, as-tu résolu ton problème ? En tout cas, sur ce genre d'erreur, c'est l'hébergeur qu'il faut contacter en priorité.
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    This is an entry about our IPS Community Suite 4.2 release. The ability to automatically promote users from one group to another based on set parameters has been a staple of community software for some time. Traditionally, the most common determination of promotion has been post count. Additionally, the 4.x Community Suite supports promoting members automatically based on the time elapsed since the user joined the site and based on their total reputation count. With 4.2, we have completely overhauled and enhanced the group promotion feature bringing many new options to administrators looking to promote members through different group levels. To start with, the group promotion options have been removed from the groups configuration pages into their own area. Group promotion rules overview page You will notice that rules are no longer strictly tied to a single group, and that rules can be sorted however you desire. When you create and edit rules, you can choose which groups the rule applies to, what parameters the user needs to meet in order for the rule to be activated, and then finally, which primary and secondary groups the user will be moved in to. You can also configure the rule to remove specified secondary groups, which can be useful if one rule adds a secondary group for users, and then the next rule should change them to be part of a different secondary group (i.e. add a new secondary group, but also remove the previously awarded secondary group). The system uses the same member filters available when configuring bulk mail, and we have made some updates to the member filters area (and have introduced some new filters) in this release as well. For example, you can create a rule that only applies to members who have won the daily leaderboard at least once, or members who have created a blog. Some of the group promotion filters, which are also available when sending bulk mails Any time a member account is updated for any reason (a new visit, editing the member, the member makes a new post, etc.), the software will loop through all configured rules and the last rule in the list that matches the member will be applied. This approach allows you to create promotion levels, for instance when a member reaches 100 posted content items they will be promoted to a new group, and when they reach 1000 posted content items they will be promoted to yet a different new group. Groups can be wholly excluded from any promotion rules, which is useful when you have administrator and/or moderator groups and you want to ensure that they are never moved to a different group. These groups will be disabled from selection when configuring group promotion rules, and these groups will be ignored if "any group" is selected for a promotion rule. Finally, if a user is moved to a new primary group by Commerce because they have purchased a product which moves them to a new group, they will also be excluded from group promotion rules (however, Commerce purchases that only adjust secondary groups will not exclude users from being checked by group promotion rules). Developer note: You can add your own filters for group promotion rules (and bulk mails) by adding MemberFilter extensions in 4.2, available in the Developer Center for your application. Lire l’article complet
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    Bonjour @brazoka, le système permettant d’interpeler un membre (@), les notifications du navigateur, le système de template facilitant la prise en compte mobile/desktop/tablette.
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    This is an entry about our IPS Community Suite 4.2 release. When you have a diverse range of topics within your community, it makes good sense to separate topics within forums and categories. This will ensure that the viewer can find relevant content by scanning the list of forums first. If you have a more focused community with fewer forums, presenting your community with a list of them can be daunting. This is especially true for less experienced visitors raised on social media. Fluid forum view allows your visitors to get right to the meat of your community; the topics. A fan site for a band is a good example of a community that will benefit with fluid view. There will likely be forums for album reviews, tour dates, general discussion and so on. Even though there are many forums, the common topic is the band. This makes fluid view ideal as your members can see all those related topics in one view. If your members wanted more specific topics, they could select a single forum to view. Let us take a look at fluid view in action. We will then break it down and explain how it works in more detail. The video shows the topic list and the forum filter box. As you can see, it is easy to change the topic list by changing the selected forums. This view replaces the traditional list of categories and forums. Of course, you can permit your members to change the view to better suit their way of working. You will notice a "grid" option. We have moved the grid forum theme setting into the main forum settings. This makes it an option for your members to choose, if the administrator permits it. You have full control over the display options. This screenshot shows that the control panel option to choose the default view. There is also an option to control which views your members can select. You may also decide to not allow your members to switch views at all. This will ensure that they all use the view you choose. You may have spotted that forum names have a colored background in some screenshots. We added the ability to define a feature color per forum. This feature color helps the forum stand out in a more visual way. This is especially useful when you select many forums in a single view. This feature color also works on the table view. We added a feature color hint to topic view to enforce the association between the forum and its color. This screenshot also shows the removal of the forum breadcrumb in fluid view mode. Fluid view remembers your last forum selection so you don't lose your place when you go back to the listing. The benefit of this feature is easy to see. It removes a potential barrier of entry for your audience. It puts the spotlight on topics themselves, and not the hierarchical forum structure. Your members will enjoy viewing many forums at once and switching between them without leaving the page. We hope that fluid view is an asset to your community and your members enjoy this new functionality. Technical notes. The database stores the members' view choice. This remembers the selection across devices. Guests are not permitted to change between views. Lire l’article complet
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    Merci pour tout Youp.
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    Ouf, la réouverture du site est enfin faite ! \o/
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    Pour ceux qui sont encore sur la branche 3.4.x, je vous rappelle que depuis le 1er juin le support IPS se cantonne désormais uniquement aux mises à jour de sécurité.
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    C'est un nouveau cycle qui se met en route... Rien de bien surprenant ! En espérant que cette nouvelle branche apportera toutes les nouveautés qu'on a toujours attendu.