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wireless wrote:So, is there a list in order of what the next release will intail?
Following tasks are planned:

Usergroups
Better user administration
Usergroup based permissions
read/write/view
grant access to content in frontend/backend
which modules can be access
better frontend login
frontend user administration/profile
frontend user registration
workflow: write/edit & publish & archive
blog module for phpwcms
global comments for article without need to add content part
general module to see/edit all comments
List of tasks are just draft and as always will/can be enhanced!

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Post by jscholtysik »

Hi rush,


no, wireless did ask for the enhancements for the next release, not for the fundable action...


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:D we are now here '76-99% funds raised'

and 9 Day's left - so come on
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hmmm

http://www.fundable.org/groupactions/phpwcms-may-2007

75% would be more than 3660,--USD

means at least 4.500 + 1650 USD (had been tEURos)

where am I wrong ? Or did we scratch the aim ?

a big woooow for this wonderfull com!

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this hand made money clock at the top is then really running late...

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@DF6IH:
I think, your calculation could be correct.

@all:

But I wonder, what's with the money (€uros) went directly at OG.'s bank account. This money is not counted by the fundraising campaign, so although the total amount of 6000 USD could now be reached, the fundraising-campaign could fail since this amount is not counted by the fundraising-system at "fundable.org".

So I think OG. has to input the separately gotten amount now manually at the fundraising-account by a pseudo-pledge of himself.

Or I am wrong?

- I hope, the campaign succeed, OG. get the money and the time our phpWCMS-dreams to fulfill.

(sorry for my bad english, I am german)

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novallis wrote:@DF6IH:
I think, your calculation could be correct.

@all:

But I wonder, what's with the money (€uros) went directly at OG.'s bank account. This money is not counted by the fundraising campaign, so although the total amount of 6000 USD could now be reached, the fundraising-campaign could fail since this amount is not counted by the fundraising-system at "fundable.org".

So I think OG. has to input the separately gotten amount now manually at the fundraising-account by a pseudo-pledge of himself.

Or I am wrong?

- I hope, the campaign succeed, OG. get the money and the time our phpWCMS-dreams to fulfill.

(sorry for my bad english, I am german)
no prob. og will make it :wink:

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no prob. og will make it :wink:
Good news... but
if OG is doing it this way all (including me) who have pledged an amount of money this way -besides paypal's money, which is automatically forwarded to him- should immideately send him real money because this is withdrawn from his bank account - then he could do that without risking to pay his own development by himself :wink:

So there is a need for a sign now how to proceed...

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Right, and I understand novallis . The fundraising campaign has succeeded it's target.

But I'm not willing to make a pledge by myself. Fundable.org is not very cheap = commissions of 7% + another 3% for Paypal. This will waste 10% of all pledges beside fundable.org. And I have to use own money - stupid.

The best would be if everybody having pledged on on fundable send it using PayPal directly to phpwcms-paypal-donation@phpwcms.de.

But this might result in loosing some pledges.

But I can also wait until regular ending of campaign.

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Oliver Georgi wrote:Right, and I understand novallis . The fundraising campaign has succeeded it's target.

But I'm not willing to make a pledge by myself. Fundable.org is not very cheap = commissions of 7% + another 3% for Paypal. This will waste 10% of all pledges beside fundable.org. And I have to use own money - stupid.

The best would be if everybody having pledged on on fundable send it using PayPal directly to phpwcms-paypal-donation@phpwcms.de.

But this might result in loosing some pledges.

But I can also wait until regular ending of campaign.

Oliver
i will need an invoice before i can pay the bill.
but i wouldnt like to pay with paypal - sorry.

rush

ps.: nach meiner rechnung ist das ziel noch nicht erreicht: 4590 + 1200 = 5790 € :wink:
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Post by sunburn »

" But I can also wait until regular ending of campaign."

Das ist ja wohl ein Witz ?

mehr als 6000$ sind gespendet worden, eine stolze Summe. Aber wir haben es geschafft. Und nun hat OG ein Problem wegen 10% Kommission von den 1200 Euronen .... kann ja nicht sein ...

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Post by swisscheese »

@rushclub: 1200Euro sind ca. 1600$. Die Summe ergibt also mehr als 6000$.

@sunburn: Ich denke, wenn Oliver schlau ist (und wer will das abstreiten?!) wartet er doch bis kurz vor Ende der Frist und spendet sich selbst dann nur soviel über funable.org wie nötig, um die $6000 zu erreichen.

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Nein, der Oliver hat kein Problem wegen der Provision - aber er müsste mal eben seine Kreditkarte über PayPal mit 1200 EUR * aktuellem PayPal Dollar-Kurs belasten (um dann beim Auflösung der Fundable Kampagne wieder Gebühren + Umrechnungsgebühren + Provision zu bezahlen). Und das auf Basis der Hoffnung, dass die zugesagten EUROs dann tatsächlich kommen. Sorry, das ist einfach nur blöde.

Und alle, die neben Fundable Zusagen getätigt haben, erwarten schlicht weg eine ordentliche Rechnung und können/wollen eben ausschließlich per Überweisung eine Zahlung durchführen. Und dafür habe ich volles Verständnis.

Wenn jemand die Möglichkeit hat, eine solche Zahlung steuerlich geltend zu machen, dann sollte er diese Cance auch bekommen. Alles was über Fremdwährung läuft, ist steuerlich einfach nur unnützer Mehraufwand.

Also zusammenfassend (und bitte nicht falsch verstehen): ich werde selber nichts in den Fundable Topf tun - das ist kontraproduktiv. Sollte das Fundable Ziel nicht erreicht werden, kann jede Spendenzusage direkt per PayPal getätigt werden.


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:?:

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Hi Oliver,


geht es denn nicht, dass Du den Fundable Betrag auf 4500 USD runtersetzt und die Aktion dann gleich beenden kannst?

Somit würdest Du doch trotzdem alle bisher gespendeten Beträge über Fundable bekommen, oder?



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