___/ On Fri 14 Jul 2006 13:24:19 BST, [ Justin Moore ] wrote : \___
On 7/14/06, Roy Schestowitz <r@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hey, Guru. Love your new posting style! Chetan, I am having
exactly the same problem as that which you describe. I also
read your items which explain how to disable everything
through phpmyadmin and I consider doing so myself. Even a
CAPTCHA filter no longer works, after over year of being
highly effective. I threw away Spaminator quite some time
back and I suggest you try Spam Karma 2. I only ever hear
good things about SK2. Akismet likewise, but I believe these
two interfere with one another (if not totally collide).
Seems like there are conflicts with SK2 and the Automattic Akismet
plugin, but why not just get the best of both worlds:
I've not used it personally, so I have no idea if it still works.
What's the world coming to when our plugins have plugins of their own? Wow.
This happens a lot at application level as well. I am aware
that you are Linux-savvy, so you will know this rather well.
Taking WordPress as an example, there are CMS's out there
which integrate WordPress with some other 'beasts' such as
Coppermine and re-distribute. What about K2, Lynceum, and
Lightpress, for instance?
Then come to consider PHP-Nuke, which contains phpBB, among
plenty of other re-used and grossly grafted code. It's the
beauty of the GPL, leading to faster development of more
versatile software. The end-user benefits, as well as
developers who undertake a new project, e.g. MySQL, PHP ->
b2 -> WP.
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