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Fuck OOP in it's bleached white ass!

Posted by TheGhost Wed Aug 31, 2022 8:31 pm

PHP software is being developed with all the OOP design principles and all the design patterns theory, that still permeates the industry like it was carved in stone, and then combined with a major front controller piece of junk (but very popular) framework. The problem that the software is supposed to solve takes a backseat to all kinds of bullshit. Your focus ends up not been on the problem, the focus has been on OOP theory and principles.

You are just going to end up suffering tremendous loss because some irresponsible or ignorant developer(s) jumped on the hype train.

With the advent of strict typing in PHP you should try to leave OOP (object oriented programming) behind when doing projects. -Even when your work with larger teams.

There is a value in some of the benefits that object oriented theory brings to the table, however it's usefulness is highly overrated and hyped up and I believe that a lot of the concepts and rules programmers have to follow adds a lot of unnecessary complexity as soon as just about any or all applications that start to takeon momentum and grow.

This shit happened in PHP land, and also in other major parts of the industry, a lot of people back in the days wrote really horrible procedural code, really bad spaghetti code. PHP was very easy to learn and suddenly everyone was making horribly insecure and poorly designed web applications. When the concepts of OOP were introduced into PHP it presented a new way of organizing code and this helped people improve their code structure. But then came the corporate OOP hype machine! It blew everything totally out of proportions and even the academic circles got infused with this new mental model. They started to believe that procedural code is messy and object oriented is much better. But the underlying problem was never the procedural paradigm.

Joe Armstrong, the inventor of Erlang, says it well his famous article Why OO sucks:

If a language technology is so bad that it creates a new industry to solve problems of its own making then it must be a good idea for the guys who want to make money. This is is the real driving force behind OOPs.

There is absolutely no objective evidence that OOP is better in any way than procedural programming. I do think that in conjunction it is a very valuable tool that could help organize any project that does take on some serious momentum. It almost sounds like a contradiction, but it is very true that together you can work some serious code miracles. 

People always bring up the old song that, "global state is bad!", "and you need to hide your properties!", and bla bla bla. Well I say fuck you!

Most developers use the terms "global state", "global variable" or "global" interchangeably, but what we need to focus on is "global mutable state". Global mutable state is the state in which e.g. a variable can be modified (i.e. mutable) in the biggest scope of the application, and this is what needs to be avoided as much as possible. It should be avoided like voting for biden should have been but look how fucked we are now.

The advertised benefits by object oriented fanatics are ridiculous and fucking stupid because OOP brings so much added complexity that in order to really truly make good use of it, you end up with such a mess that you cannot even navigate the codebase without the help of a sophisticated IDE! Class A depends on Class B which depends on Class C which depends on class D, etc. and after coordinating with 500 dependencies you can finally print "Go Fuck Yourself" on the screen.

Let me tell you something. If you depend on an IDE to make heads or tails out of your code, then you know you're dealing with a horrible mess.

There is nothing wrong with using an IDE, on the contrary it can save you a lot of time, but if you cannot code your project with a simple text editor, then that is evidence that you're working on something that is put together in a far more complex way then should have been, and is going to need folks that carry a much higher IQ and fuck loads of patients to follow.

The Linux kernel, the BSD operating systems, all these projects are done in procedural C. And you know what? Most of the skilled coders that work on these huge projects use really simple console based text editors. They do not depend on modern IDEs to help them navigate the code because they don't need to. And that's not because these codebases are small, some are huge as fuck.

You need to be able to keep a mental picture of the project in your mind and navigate and work like an old-school taxi driver on meth who can navigate a big city almost blind folded (without a GPS!).

Code should always be readable and well structured, it doesn't matter what paradigm we're dealing with, but code needs to fit in your brain, not in an OOP structure confined and limited by theories that never actually truly worked and never fucking will.

There is a pattern... When working in projects with a procedural programming language we quickly begin to solve shit, right away. The creative process gets fired up and they try to find ways to fix problems and performance issues, and people tinker and improve, etc. They can focus on the problems in a complete manner. When a project is done in an object oriented programming language (OOP), the development slows and almost grinds to a halt. People start succumbing to the theories of abstraction, encapsulation, and all the complexities of shared mutable objects and methods. A major part of their time is wasted thinking about design patterns and all the other OOP excrement instead of doing some actual fucking work.

When designing and developing software, write code that is easy to understand, code that is efficient and performant - especially nowadays - and code that is reliable. And the very best way to do that is to reduce code complexity. And absolutely nothing adds to code complexity as much as OOP concepts and implementations.

I suspect that this is about the time when frantic OOP people reading this article start loosing it: "But what about function name collisions?", "And what about framework dependencies?", "Procedural code IS spaghetti code!", "OOP is the modern way of doing things!", "Do you want to go back to the 90's?", "Then we have to build everything from scratch each time we do something!" and "Do you really want to explicitly load files and have a ton of include statements at the top of every file?"

Go Fuck Yourself!

Here is what you do you numb nut mother fuckers, take the old and efficient procedural programming and combine that with the strict typing in PHP, with this you avoid the well known and common problems with PHP and bad coding practices. You will become more productive at the speed of lightning, because you no longer need to think about all the added complexity of OOP. You will be focused on solving problems!

Some of the advantages of procedural programming is that the programs are straight forward with precise usage. The code is compact and reusable and it breaks problems into smaller pieces that are handled in an order that fits how the computer works. It also utilizes computer resources more effectively.

Sincerely,
Ernest Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]gmail.com
  phone: (813) 846-2865 | mobile: (813) 520-3360
  CEO @ The 86it Developers Network,
  8010 Woodland Center Blvd #86,
  Tampa 33614, USA

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

New Members List Module

Posted by TheGhost Tue May 18, 2021 4:29 pm

Module Name: Members List
Author: Ernest Allen Buffington
Contributor: Lonestar (http://lonestar-modules.com)
Version: v4.0.0
License: GNU General Public License version 2
Core: PHP-Nuke Titanium v.3.0.1b <> 4.0.0b
Description: Website Member List - Search Website Member List.

This module appeared to be incomplete and broken. The status of the users in the user list did not reflect if the user was currently online or offline. The user's website icon was missing, the user's Facebook icon was missing and the gender icon was missing as well. The members' list was written with a task and a goal to begin with and that was to automate finding and sending a user message or visiting a user's website. We did not add the user's email back to the search criteria of the member list as it is not needed. Send them a private message instead and the web portal will send them an email telling them they have a new message waiting for them.

Added Features:

  • The only users visible in the members list are members that are not in Ghost Mode
  • Search Engines and website members have no way of knowing just how many website members really exist (Ghost Mode allows visitors to be 100% invisible)
  • Added global Ghost Mode ability for all users
  • Added the ability for admins to see who is in Ghost Mode
  • Added Ghost Mode - You are now invisible when you hide your online status. It will appear as if you do not exist!
  • Added A Profile Pic
  • Added Private Message Icon
  • Added a Website Icon that only shows up if the member has a website listed on their profile
  • Added a Facebook icon that only shows up if the user has their Facebook account listed on their profile.
  • Added New Gender Icons
  • Fixed users online status in the members list as it was not working
  • Added animated ONLINE image
  • Fixed users offline status in the members list as it was not working
  • Added animated OFFLINE image
  • If the person has marked theirself hidden on their profile, only admins can see them in the member list
  • If a person leaves the Location field blank it defaults to The Interwebs
     
Sincerely,
Ernest Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]gmail.com
  phone: (813) 846-2865 | mobile: (813) 520-3360
  CEO @ The 86it Developers Network,
  8010 Woodland Center Blvd #86,
  Tampa 33614, USA

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

New Network Cemetery Module

Posted by TheGhost Tue May 18, 2021 6:22 am

Module Name: Network Cemetery
Author: Ernest Buffington
Contributors: George Carlin, Timothy V Trela R.I.P.
Version: v1.0.0
License: GNU General Public License version 2
Core: PHP-Nuke 6.0.0 <> 6.5.0 | PHP-Nuke Titanium 2.0.9f <> 4.0.0b
Description: My Personal Virtual Cemetery

  • Unlimted Cemetery Categories i.e. Friends, Family, Loved Ones, Enemies or Rockstars
  • Unlimited Virtual Headstones
  • Add Deceased Name
  • Add Headstone Category
  • Add Headstone URL
  • Add Headstone Description
  • Nobody can read your VIrtual Cemetery but you when you're logged in. (invisible to the public)


If you're 50 or older this will be a handy little tool. If you're like me almost everyone you ever loved or cared about is dead. This makes it easier to keep track of all the friends and loved ones you have that die. I have lost so many I can't recall them all in one sitting.

If you're a serial killer you can keep track of all the people you kill as well.

Enjoy

Sincerely,
Ernest Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]gmail.com
  phone: (813) 846-2865 | mobile: (813) 520-3360
  CEO @ The 86it Developers Network,
  8010 Woodland Center Blvd #86,
  Tampa 33614, USA

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

New Who Viewed Forum Mod

Posted by TheGhost Mon May 17, 2021 8:05 am

Mod Name: Who Viewed Forum Mod
Author: Ernest Buffington
Contributors: We looked, nobody cared enough to keep this info available.
Version: v1.0.0
License: GNU General Public License version 2
Core: PHP-Nuke-Titanium 3.0.0 <> 4.0.0b
Description: This shows who has viewed each topic and how many times in the forums area.

  • Added Date with bootstrap icon
  • Added Time with bootstrap icon
  • Added back to topic button
  • Added full description link
  • Added profile pic
  • Added animated logged in image
  • Added animated logged out image
  • Fixed currently online it was not working
  • Fixed currently offline it was not working
  • Only admin sees anonymous on the who viewed list
  • If a user does not have where they are from listed, it defaults to The InterWebs


This was a mod added to the phpBB Titanium v2.0.23n Forums area.

Sincerely,
Ernest Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]gmail.com
  phone: (813) 846-2865 | mobile: (813) 520-3360
  CEO @ The 86it Developers Network,
  8010 Woodland Center Blvd #86,
  Tampa 33614, USA

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

We just upgraded cPanel

Posted by TheGhost Sat May 15, 2021 5:58 am

We just upgraded cPanel from v94.0.8 to v96.0.7 Fri May 14 21:53:24 2021

This message is for the PHP-Nuke Titanium admins that have cPanel access. We did not want you logging in a freaking out because of all the changes that took place today. If you are an admin you probably have compiler access already but if you do not and would like to have compiler access enabled on your personal 86it portal just use the chat plugin by clicking on the blue circle in the bottom left-hand corner. You can request compiler acess anytime you like. We do not leave compilers accessible 24/7 so you will have 24 hours from the time of request before your compiler goes back offline.

We also upgraded from CENTOS v6 to CENTOS v7.9 Fri May 14 21:53:24 2021

 

Sincerely,
Ernest Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]gmail.com
  phone: (813) 846-2865 | mobile: (813) 520-3360
  CEO @ The 86it Developers Network,
  8010 Woodland Center Blvd #86,
  Tampa 33614, USA

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

New Network Disclaimer Module

Posted by TheGhost Mon May 10, 2021 1:49 pm

Module Name: Network Disclaimer
Author: Ernest Buffington
Contributor: Shawn Archer, Ernest Allen Buffington
Version: v1.0.0
License: GNU General Public License version 2
Core: PHP-Nuke 6.0.0 <> 6.5.0 | PHP-Nuke Titanium 2.0.9f <> 4.0.0b
Description: Based on Website Document Mod v1.0 by Shawn Archer Copyright (c) 2002

 

This module contains The 86it Developers Network's legal disclaimers and documents.

  • About Our Network
  • Network Disclaimer Statement
  • Network Privacy Statement
  • Network Terms of Use

 

This module has information that must be loaded at the bottom of each portal or website given away by The 86it Developers Network.

Some people disable the footer links and load the network module as a menu option on their portal. This is an acceptable way to present the network legal documents as well.

This information must be present at all times and is a part of the network paid subscription agreement. When The 86it Developer Network gives you a web portal it may be free for you but Brandon Maintenance Management. LLC pays for your portal and website. This is done to promote programmers and programming all around the world.

These free portals are for beginners and people learning to program on the internet. they are also for folks that want to setup gaming websites or run an online business, These portals have no limitations and come with a cPanel and PHP-FPM with all versions of PHP available.

 

Sincerely,
Ernest Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]gmail.com
  phone: (813) 846-2865 | mobile: (813) 520-3360
  CEO @ The 86it Developers Network,
  8010 Woodland Center Blvd #86,
  Tampa 33614, USA

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

New Sentinel Mod Update

Posted by NukeSheriff Mon May 10, 2021 12:19 pm

Module Name: Sentinel™
Author: NukeScripts.Net™ (https://nukescripts.86it.us)
Copyright: 2000-2021
Contributors: ScottyBcoder, TheGhost, Bob Marion, ChatServ
Version: v2.6.04
Core: PHP-Nuke Titanium v2.0.9d <> 4.0.0b | Nuke-Evolution Xtreme v2.0.9d <> v2.0.9f
Description: Portal Security Mod for PHP-Nuke, PHP-Nuke Titanium, and Nuke-Evolution Xtreme

 

Hello Everyone,

I want to start off by saying that a lot of folks have had their hands in the coding and design layout of this very important portal security module. When you pass the mantle so to speak you expect the person that takes over to use an overly gracious amount of emphasis on the authors, developers, and contributors that made it all possible. 

Let me start out by explaining why I'm using my real name as a contributor. I have been around and taken part in the development of just about every piece of code that is a part of PHP-Nuke. Short of off branding my own changes over the years, the truth is the dynamic FRANCIS framework of PHP-Nuke is what made all of it possible. I have been a part of all the developer communities over the last 30 years under different various nicknames or callsigns if you will, and with that being said, I guess you would have a hard time giving me credit unless I started using my real name. PHP-Nuke is open-source and for the most part, belongs to the developer communities that kept it alive, and the folks who are still keeping it alive after 30 years. The reason I am using my real name now is I have noticed a few people stirring the shit pot about people stealing code and saying it isn't theirs when in fact it truly is. The fact in the matter is that after it is modified it is no longer the original and anything modified must contain the new author's information. With that being said let's get class rolling...

If you're going to have something to say about who is claiming something is theirs make sure you do your homework before you start running your mouth and offending people old enough to be your grandfather, while at the same time making yourself look like a complete idiot. Let's start off with re-branded public and commercial software rights. The GNU general public license allows everyone to distribute and or sell their own version of PHP-Nuke or any software released under the GNU License and with any name that they so choose to use. You can legally sell software with a GPL license version 2 or 3 for whatever price you want to charge and interestingly enough we could sell the original software un-modified if we so choose to do so. This can all be pretty confusing to folks that do not have at least a 4th year of college reading and comprehension. Let me explain something, free software is referred to as free in terms of freedom and not in terms of the software price. What most people do is charge a distribution fee for different various renditions of software that other people have written the core engines for. Technically speaking anything you modify and change is yours and ipso facto makes you the current author, in fact, the original authors would usually prefer not to have their name attached to any version but the original and that is why as part of the law and why you are required to give a full copy of the original code un-modified with any version that you so choose to sell or distribute. There are exceptions with worldwide distributions such as PHP-Nuke because the original source code is already out there and very well known and there is no real need to emphasize on who is responsible for the ideas or concepts that went into the development of that particular software. However in court, if you did not supply a full copy that is un-modified alongside the original with the original author information, because the law is the law, you would lose any said battles that pertain to any such revenues earned.

Interestingly enough GNU copyrights are only legal if you provide your legal given name or the name of a legally registered business entity. With that being said you can't say copyright StarMonkey or Fragglenap. It must be your legally given birth name or a registered business entity. You cannot make up an entity name and use it without owning and registering it. A registered domain does not constitute any legal rights to the name you use. You must still register it as a legal trademark or license it as a business entity and this applies to everyone no matter where they are in the world. You may own the domain name and not have the name rights. So if you use a name make sure you license or register it as a trademark or business otherwise someone could steal it in about 10 minutes. 

What can happen is, you make someone angry and said person is quite wealthy, said person decides that they no longer like you, they register your domain as a trademark and then they license in your state or community under said name and then they drag you into court and sue your pants off.

Do yourself a favor, make sure you own any name that you decide to use...

 

Sincerely,
Bob Marion

avatar  Programmer
  name: Bob Marion
  email: bob.marion[at]86it.us

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

New Web Links Module Update

Posted by TheGhost Thu May 06, 2021 6:16 pm

Module Name: Web Links
Author: James Knickelbein - Journey Milwaukee (http://www.journeymilwaukee.com)
Contributor: Ernest Allen Buffington
Version: v1.0.2
Core: PHP-Nuke Titanium v2.0.9d <> 4.0.0b
Description: Web Links/Resources based on Journey Links Hack 

I went in and completely sorted through every line of code and got rid of <center> tags, added h1's, Rewrote a lot of the code, and fixed a few errors that went unseen for years. When writing an Editorial review it would only reflect the admin number and not the admins name, that is fixed now.

Someone in a rush did not set up the reCaptcha correctly for the add link section.

Added Bootstrap icons in various places to change the cosmetics a little.

Junked all the un-needed braces that were clutter.

Removed the old expired search engines that have not existed in years and while I was at it I added Google Groups, Disney and updated the JustLinux Forums search.

Sincerely,
Ernest Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]gmail.com
  phone: (813) 846-2865 | mobile: (813) 520-3360
  CEO @ The 86it Developers Network,
  8010 Woodland Center Blvd #86,
  Tampa 33614, USA

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

New Image Repository Module

Posted by TheGhost Sun Apr 17, 2016 8:46 am

Module Name:  Image Repository
Author: Lonestar (crazycoder@live.co.uk)
Contributor: CoRpSE (www.headshotdomain.net)
Version: v1.1.0
Core: PHP-Nuke Titanium v2.0.9d <> 3.0.1b
Description: Image Repository is as it sounds, An Image Hosting module, It is far superior to the old version Lonestar had created / coded in the past.

Version 1.1.0 Changes:
1. Removed the toggle upload image button, Upload table shows all the time now.
2. Reduced the size of the thumbnails to help with page load times.
3. Added new way of uploading images on the fly in the forums, No more BBCode button, Image Repository has its own table row now.
4. Admin panel has been moved in the main index, Just like in the Gaming Rigs (If you own it, you will know what i mean).
5. Cleaned up a lot of the coding, and carefully marked out what each area does.
6. This version is not encrypted, 
7. FAQ, Will be added in the next minor update, Lonestar is working on making this an XML feed, So he can update from his site.

Future Updates: Lonestar has many more updates planned for this module. You will just have to wait and see

Version 1.0.1 Changes:
1. Add Image Repository BBCode button for upload of images from forums
2. No SQL changes were made.

Sincerely,
Ernest Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]gmail.com
  phone: (813) 846-2865 | mobile: (813) 520-3360
  CEO @ The 86it Developers Network,
  8010 Woodland Center Blvd #86,
  Tampa 33614, USA

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

New File Repository Module

Posted by TheGhost Sun May 01, 2016 8:12 am

Module Name: File Repository
Author: Lonestar (crazycoder@live.co.uk)
Contributor: CoRpSE (www.headshotdomain.net)
Version: v1.1.0
Core: PHP-Nuke Titanium v2.0.9d <> 3.0.1b
Description: This takes the place of a very old downloads module. Meet the better new and improved downloads area.

Lonestar would like to send a special thanks to coRpSE for his input and suggested additions/changes to this module and also for the production of the File Repository configuration video which can be found at the HeadShot Domain (www.headshotdomain.net).

Features:

  • There are multiple ways to view the downloads, either in a Single Row or Side by Side.
  • Multiple files per download.
  • Multiple Screenshots per download.
  • Colored Category titles.
  • Colored Download titles.
  • Ability to link to a Live Preview of whatever file they are about to download.
  • SCEditor has been added to all text-area's for easy BBCode formatting.
  • Ability to lock downloads to a certain Group.
  • You can specify the minimum number of posts the user requires before being able to download.
  • Developer Mode: Enables developers to add a new text-area for adding fixes to downloads.
  • Ability to allow those logged in as an admin to bypass the Captcha.
  • A rating system, Allow you're users to Rate & Comment on a download.
  • You can now specify if you wish to inform the user's the download has been updated.
  • Download Statistics.
  • Client-side uploading.

 

Sincerely,
Ernest Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]gmail.com
  phone: (813) 846-2865 | mobile: (813) 520-3360
  CEO @ The 86it Developers Network,
  8010 Woodland Center Blvd #86,
  Tampa 33614, USA

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