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Mark Evans

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Mark Evans last won the day on November 5 2011

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About Mark Evans

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  • Birthday 08/20/1977

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    Mark
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    work, work, work, work, then on weekends I enjoy to work :)
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  1. I recommend everyone reads the book "Team Geek" some interesting ideas from some very knowledgeable people

    1. Mark Evans

      Mark Evans

      Yeah that it quite annoying, I use Safari books online and been reading it from there

  2. Touching nerves since 1982 :)

    1. DunWeb

      DunWeb

      Being a d*ck since I have known you

    2. Mark Evans

      Mark Evans

      No need to get personal, I've suspended your account for 24 hours to give you time to calm down

  3. Interesting video on "How Open Source Projects Survive Poisonous People (And You Can Too)"

    1. joli1811

      joli1811

      OSCOMMERCE.TV

      Very interesting.

      Maybe need a few categories ...learning...and..and etc

  4. I'd use 2.3.3 as the base, 2.4 will be on the way soon but will be pretty similar in terms of functionality, I would then suggest keeping an eye on the 3.x development as once we get closer to stabilising the core codebase we will look to prepare a full functionality release which will be radically different to the 2.x series
  5. Implementing Behat testing into osCommerce

  6. How to write bug reports effectively http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/bugs.html

    1. multimixer

      multimixer

      How to do this: "Stand them [the programmer] in front of your computer, fire up their software, and demonstrate the thing that goes wrong" :)

  7. I really wish people would stop posting support requests in the bug tracker

    1. foxp2

      foxp2

      in our community forum, admins and moderators are nick-named conchita.

    2. Juto

      Juto

      I whish the bug tracker was more "live" That is confirm, fix or remove.

  8. Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves - Abraham Lincoln

  9. Its time to stop talking and start coding! PHP 5.4 you will be tamed

    1. dadada

      dadada

      osCcommerce v2.3.1 needs the update to work with PHP5.4! That does not work with PHP5.4. I'm checking out upgrade changes now. Quickly question: When will the new version be released ?

    2. Mark Evans

      Mark Evans

      I would hope to release it shortly after PHP 5.4 becomes a final release

  10. Mark Evans

    Roadmap for OSC 3

    The roadmap can be seen at http://countdown.oscommerce.com/index.php?article=roadmap In short, there is a lot of work to do on 3.0 and it will take a while, if your a developer then why not help out
  11. Mark Evans

    OSC V3

    There was no way we could be backwards compatible and move the codebase forward enough to be a good base for the future. As I've said a few times recently, if your not a developer don't use v3.x for now, 2.3 is a supported released and will receive more updates to keep the general userbase busy. If you really want v3.x then you pay a little more per month and get a VPS, there are 1000's of companies offering them which will give you PHP 5.3. Supporting every shared hosting company out there will do nothing but hold everyone back
  12. Mark Evans

    OSC V3

    If your that desperate to take a look just download it from https://github.com/osCommerce/oscommerce there is no need to wait
  13. Mark Evans

    OSC V3

    Yep totally agree, if you also add VPS / Cloud / Dedicated servers into the mix you are into 1000's of hosting companies as well so I think people jumping up and down saying its wrong to have PHP 5.3 as a minimum requirement are just spreading pointless FUD. 2.3 is also a supported release and will be getting some updates soon to fix some of the known bugs so people have a real choice, stick with the 2.3 series which while its a pain to modify and upgrade will run just about anywhere, or use 3.x which is a little more strict but will be what the future is built on.
  14. Mark Evans

    OSC V3

    So your the cup 1/2 empty then
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