3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 16, 2003 3:26 PM by Viet

    Is there PostNuke-Like Software for JBoss?

    David Trum Newbie

      I am currently using PostNuke for my wife's online business. Given the name of this forum and that I am the first poster, my question is: Is there any software like PostNuke/PhpNuke/Xoops for JBoss ?

      It seems like a stupid question because here I am entering my forum post into a web app with .jsp URLs. So I know the answer is yes, but I don't know where to find it/them.

      Thanks in advance.

        • 1. Re: Is there PostNuke-Like Software for JBoss?
          Viet Master

          We are currently building it. Development started
          last week. So far no files have been checked in
          CVS since it is very early but we'll do it as soon
          as possible.

          Please come often, Julien

          • 2. Re: Is there PostNuke-Like Software for JBoss?
            Alex Shneyderman Newbie

            is this a one man project or do you plan to get more people involved? (maybe there is more already)

            do you have list of things that you want to reproduce from the PHPNukes?

            when blogs where on I saw you trying to figure out what is the structure of the pnukes, how is that going?

            I would want to participate (and even have some time), but not sure how ...

            • 3. Re: Is there PostNuke-Like Software for JBoss?
              Viet Master

              > is this a one man project or do you plan to get more
              > people involved? (maybe there is more already)

              so far I am alone. I am working on core which is still early. Once done, we can develop lot of things at the same time since nukes are based on modules. Don't worry, just let me a little nit more time to work out that.

              >
              > do you have list of things that you want to reproduce
              > from the PHPNukes?
              >
              > when blogs where on I saw you trying to figure out
              > what is the structure of the pnukes, how is that
              > going?
              >

              I posted an analysis on dev mailing list (you can browse old messages on http://www.mail-archive.com/)

              > I would want to participate (and even have some
              > time), but not sure how ...

              Once core done, you will pick up the module you want, small, medium, big) there are tons to port.

              julien