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Why did we name the CMS PHP-Nuke Titanium?

Posted by TheGhost Tue Nov 30, 1999 12:00 am

Where did the name PHP-Nuke Titanium come from?

It involves a nuclear waste storage concept...

Because of its corrosion resistance, containers made of titanium have been studied for the long-term storage of nuclear waste. Containers lasting more than 100,000 years are thought possible with manufacturing conditions that minimize material defects. A titanium "drip shield" could also be installed over containers of other types to enhance their longevity.

The original PHP-Nuke has been around for 30+ years and we have preserved it in Titanium, PHP-Nuke Titanium to be exact...

Because titanium alloys have the high tensile strength to density ratio, high corrosion resistance, fatigue resistance, high crack resistance, and the ability to withstand moderately high temperatures without creeping, they are used in aircraft, armor plating, naval ships, spacecraft, and missiles.

Titanium was discovered in 1791 by the clergyman and amateur geologist William Gregor as an inclusion of a mineral in Cornwall, Great Britain. Gregor recognized the presence of a new element in ilmenite when he found black sand by a stream and noticed the sand was attracted by a magnet. Analyzing the sand, he determined the presence of two metal oxides: iron oxide (explaining the attraction to the magnet) and 45.25% of a white metallic oxide he could not identify. Realizing that the unidentified oxide contained a metal that did not match any known element, Gregor reported his findings to the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall and in the German science journal Crell's Annalen.

Around the same time, Franz-Joseph Müller von Reichenstein produced a similar substance, but could not identify it. The oxide was independently rediscovered in 1795 by Prussian chemist Martin Heinrich Klaproth in rutile from Boinik (the German name of Bajmócska), a village in Hungary (now Bojničky in Slovakia). Klaproth found that it contained a new element and named it for the Titans of Greek mythology. After hearing about Gregor's earlier discovery, he obtained a sample of manaccanite and confirmed it to be titanium.

All of this is how we related the idea to name our Fork of PHP-Nuke, PHP-Nuke Titanium and the story relates...

Ernest Allen Buffington

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GitHub Helps Clueless Coders Go Open Source

Posted by TheGhost Tue Nov 30, 1999 12:00 am

GitHub has become one of the most important places for open source software developers to publish code and collaborate on projects. But, ironically, most projects hosted publicly on GitHub aren't technically open source. The company is now taking steps to change that.


GITHUB has become one of the most important places for open source software developers to publish code and collaborate on projects. But, ironically, most projects hosted publicly on GitHub aren't open source, at least according to the letter of open source law.

Aaron Williamson, a lawyer specializing in open source issues, analyzed over 1.7 million public GitHub code repositories earlier this year, and of these, only 14.9 percent had clearly specified an open source license, as reported by The Register.

Developers sharing code publicly on GitHub agree to a terms of service that allows other users to view and copy code, but if a license isn't explicitly chosen, other developers won't have the right to actually change or redistribute the code. According to the definition set by the Open Source Initiative (OSI), a license isn't considered open source unless it grants users permission to not just view source code but also modify code and distribute their changes.

GitHub, however, is taking steps to address the issue. Users are now prompted to select an OSI approved open source license when they create a new code repository on the service. Users aren't forced to select a license, but if they select "No License," they'll get a warning explaining that "nobody else may reproduce, distribute, or create derivative works from your work. This might not be what you intend."

The change is a huge reversal for GitHub, says James Governor, co-founder of the IT industry analysis firm RedMonk. "Something they said was unnecessary and not their role, is now apparently necessary, and part of their role," he says. "Pragmatism wins. Customers win. But 22 year old software developers may be confused."

To reduce confusion, GitHub prompts developers to select only from a small list of licenses, and has built a site called to explain the differences between them.

Williamson thinks the change is a good thing, but he isn't sold on the execution. "Just including the option will encourage developers to consider licensing from the outset of their projects, and leave fewer new projects in license limbo," he says. But he also says that GitHub's education program is too simplistic.

"With such a short list, their choices can't help but appear rather political: MIT over BSD, GPLv2 over v3 (or AGPL), and an emphasis on permissive licenses," he says. GitHub includes links to a few other licenses, but it's still a short list relative to the myriad options available. "Community organizations like the Free Software Foundation, the Open Source Initiative, and the Software Freedom Law Center have been working to educate developers about the available license choices for a long time; if GitHub wants to get involved in license education, it should consider reaching out to these organizations and to the community."

By "permissive licensing," Williamson is referring to software licenses, such as the MIT, BSD and Apache licenses that allow developers and companies to include open source code in non-open source products. This stands in contrast to "copyleft" licenses, such as the GPL and AGPL, which require developers to release any changes they make to the code under the same license. GitHub's emphasis on permissive licensing likely reflects a general shift towards these licenses in the open source community.

And there's another challenge for opens source licensing. "Of course, while this is a good step toward improving license disclosure among GitHub projects, it won't guarantee accuracy," says Williamson. For example, it's possible that not every piece of code used in an open source project will use the same license. For instance, a project using an MIT license may include some code from a different project that used an Apache license. The use of multiple licenses needs to be communicated to developers that want to modify and redistribute the project. But Williamson notes that this problem isn't specific to GitHub, anyone incorporating open source code from other projects has to deal with this.

Regardless, this is a step in the right direction for GitHub.

Klint Finley is a contributing writer for WIRED covering tech policy, software development, cloud computing, and more.


Ernest Allen Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Allen Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]
  Address: 1071 Emerald Drive
  Address: Brandon, Florida 33511
  Cell: 813-846-2865

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We just upgraded cPanel

Posted by webmaster Tue Nov 30, 1999 12:00 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




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Facebook Plugin and Login Problems

Posted by webmaster Tue Nov 30, 1999 12:00 am

The comment and likes section of our CMS and website are down. More than 718 reports to Downdetector since 3:00 am.

I was working on some code and thought all of a sudden I must have done something somehow to cause these plugins and the Facebook app login to stop working. I'm glad I looked carefully and inspected my other domains. 

Turns out Facebook did something somehow to cause everything to stop working, and as usual they leave you in confusion wondering what is going on. I don't think I have ever even gotten a response from a Facebook employee ever. I have to assume they just don't care and it's obvious by the way they never respond, reply or get back to anyone who submits any kind of report at all.

The number one reason people connect with Facebook is the social plugins for likes and comments. This is something that could be duplicated through a rather simple but sophisticated API. I have no idea why nobody has done it yet.

As far as using Facebook to log in to a website, well most people use Google or Github to log in to the places they visit nowadays. 

Turns out if you want to set up a Facebook SDK or set up a Facebook login for your website you have to have an IQ of 160 or at least a 4-year college reading comprehension level to understand the things you read about. There is no reason that they can't provide better help and easier-to-understand instructions for newbies and 1st-time developers.

They did not patent the like button or ability to store comments, and all this can be done on your own website via MySQL or MariaDB if you will. Facebook is going to dwindle to nothing if they don't start offering some incentive for us to have any level of interest at all.

You could add the Google, Twitter, and Github login API and write your own drop-in plugin with Java for comments and likes.

We use Facebook login, likes, and plugins because it is connected to the largest social network in the world, however, the key thing here is we made Facebook what it is today and we are responsible for the lackadaisical user support we are getting, this is our fault because we have allowed it.

I'm left sitting here wondering when the hell my website will go back to normal all the while pondering how many people I know that hate clicking the confirm button when liking something on a Facebook website app. It's ridiculous and intentional. They do that why? who fuck knows but it's probably on the top of my ten most annoying things list.

Seems like too many generation Z kids have been running the show over at Facebook and 10 bucs says they go belly up sooner or later as a result.

Nobody wants to click a like button 2 times. What do you want to bet that if you spoke to the person that came up with that idea that you wouldn't walk away wondering who the fuck ties his shoes every morning? I would have to say this is or would probably be one of the dumbest shit heads that you would ever have to meet in your life.



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About PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

Posted by webmaster Tue Nov 30, 1999 12:00 am

The US version of PHP-Nuke Titanium CMS is an open-source highly modified Fork of Nuke-Evolution wrote in PHP as a programming language and development was first started in 2005. The software comes with a set of basic features like a WYSIWYG editor, an admin interface with drag and drop blocks, spam protection, and image processing. PHP-Nuke Titanium CMS comes with the ability to use various modules that will extend the current functionality of your portal/website. The latest version available for download is 4.0.0b and is still in beta.

PHP-Nuke Titanium now comes with v5 of the Titanium Facebook SDK kit. It's already set up. All you have to do is add your app ID and secret... If you need help, we would be glad to set it up for FREE.

PHP-Nuke Titanium now comes with v5 of the Titanium Google SDK. Everything you need to be a Google developer is already there, just have a look inside your includes directory.

NOTE: Your admin and user accounts have already been logged in for you so please visit this link to get started.

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