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I was wondering if a Peer to Peer social network would be a viable concept.  The idea being that all of a users content and posts would reside on their own computer, along with a P2P client.  You'd still need a host server, but only to process information requests and to identifying information for each client on the network.   I know people already have frameworks like this, but only for relatively small user bases... but what about for millions of users?   Why, you might ask.  1. S
5d ago
  Then of course there is that little thing about Boonex forcing people to go from a stable release to a beta release with bugs that could end up destroying a person's site if they need to get an app/module (Boonex can't seem to make up their mind if they are apps or modules).  Yes it's a bit annoying, but since when has any Boonex product been free of annoyances?
5d ago
Then of course there is that little thing about Boonex forcing people to go from a stable release to a beta release with bugs that could end up destroying a person's site if they need to get an app/module (Boonex can't seem to make up their mind if they are apps or modules).
5d ago
An Una site is more mobile friendly than Dolphin will ever be.  80% of social network users, access the sites with a smart phone.  That's a huge factor.   If you have a Dolphin license you're not using, you can transfer it to una and get all the power apps.   Dolphin is a relic of days gone by. It will soon be ditched by Boonex... then what?
6d ago
About the best your going to get is using a php block and a language key.in the php block put this code.   echo _t('_name_of_language_key');   Then create a language key _name_of_language_keyWhen the key is created, enter the text for each of the languages.
8d ago
1. Use Google Translate and enter the translated text into the block.ok, but i have a website, http://busimatch.club with 3 languages.I can't make a blog with 3 languages in one... 2. Best asked at the UNA forum.ok
8d ago
1. Use Google Translate and enter the translated text into the block.2. Best asked at the UNA forum. 3. It's been said a hundred times on this forum. If you have a Dolphin license, it can be used to get a UNA license. If you don't, see the UNA site for licensing fees.
9d ago
And if not, is it possible with Una? Bytheway. Are the Una license the same als the Dolphin license?   Didier
10d ago
This offers ends tommorrow.
10d ago
Hello tcex!   You may install Dolphin on any hosting which satisfies these requirements https://www.boonex.com/trac/dolphin/wiki/DolTech
11d ago
 
Below is the legacy version of the Boonex site, maintained for Dolphin.Pro 7.x support.
The new Dolphin solution is powered by UNA Community Management System.