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Vanilla was in .net magazine

adrian.adrian.
edited July 2006 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
Vanilla was featured in a tutorial a couple of issues ago in the UK .net magazine. Did anyone else already mention this?

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    Wow, I love .net, I haven't had it for a while, so I didn't see it. What was the tutorial about?
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    open source software. I forget really, I ws only browsing it for a bit.
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    edited July 2006
    Does Vanilla work on Phalanger?
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    Cool :) Can you scan a preview of the article (guess copyright will prevent you from showing the full article)?

    By the way... what's Vanilla doing in .net magazine? Is it because Vanilla's framework uses Object-oriented programming techniques?

    Also.. did they contact Mark? Sorry for all these questions, but I'm curious on the Vanilla publicity :D
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    .net isn't about ASP.Net http://www.netmag.co.uk/
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    edited July 2006
    Really? They never contacted me. I had no idea. I'd like a copy if possible. I've emailed the editor. I'll see what comes of it.
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    I'd scan you a copy or even send it. But I don't have the copy with me in London, its at home in Sheffield. Let me know if you can't get hold of it, we'll sort something out.
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    that's great.... i would be interested in reading it as well....
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    I think my local Borders (or is it the B&N across the street?) gets it...
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    edited July 2006
    It was in the july issue. That's how I found Vanilla. Thanks to Gareth Night (From his blog: oneafrikan.com - Lussumo: Vanilla 1 Released) who wrote the article.
    "TUTORIAL 2 INSTALLING AND RUNNING LUSSUMO VANILLA DISCUSSION BOARD [...]

    "In the world of forum software, phpBB and vBulletin reign supreme. However, there's a new kid on the block, and it's simple, clean, fast and easy to use. Enter Lussumo Vanilla (Getvanilla.com). Vanilla is also appealing due to its open source extensibility, which primarily covers extensions, styling and translations [...]

    "Unobtrusive AJAX goodness means that settings are updated on the fly. [...]

    "In all, Vanilla is well documented, and at the Vanilla site you can find guides for styling and creating new extensions, additional add-ons that add extra functionality, as well as an active community. With Vanilla's ease of use and simplicity in mind, it's sure to become more and more popular!"
    ps: In the August issue, he talk again about vanilla in the readers questions part of the magazin.
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    Interesting... who is Garteh Knight, Im sure I've heard the name?
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    edited July 2006
    I like the tags he used: Web, Design, Development, Open Source, Software, Technology, Applications, Useability, Announced, Best of the Best, Accessibility
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    edited July 2006
    Maybe by g8reboot.net

    G8 REBOOT
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    OMG THE G8 SO TOTALLY STOLE THE O8 LOGO!!!
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    ^^
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    My thoughts exactly.
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    lechlech Chicagoland
    lol @ the G8 logo
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    "this campaign to save starving children ripped me"
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