Bitweaver 2.0 Now Shipping

Anonymous • 23 Nov 2007 (17:34 UTC)


Web Developer

by Caesonia, 25 Feb 2008 (05:39 UTC)
In a word? It stinks. It is virtually impossible to install. I really try and be a big supporter of OS projects, and donate money, but continue to be annoyed that it impossible to get any of these things to work as documented. mambo was a bloody disaster, because I can't train business clients to use it, but this simply won;t install, and I can't seem to uninstall it. It's totally screwed my development server. Thanks for agreat product that requires a fricken rocket scientist to attempt to install!

Re: Web Developer

by , 26 Feb 2008 (10:08 UTC)
Did you try to install from the following file - There was a 2.0.1 version linked for download until today and I do not know whether it was supposed to release at all (my sorry). Unfortunatelly, the devs do not communicate much lately... (:sad:)

Re: Web Developer

by , 21 Mar 2008 (17:13 UTC)
There's nothing to uninstall. Delete the directory – uninstalled. Voila. List off the impossibilities that you encountered and you will find help.

Hmmm...the devs are not communicating?

by TheWabbit, 18 Mar 2008 (10:04 UTC)
What do you mean the devs are not communicating(:confused:)!
Is this project still actively being developed? It would be shame if not. I've not tried the latest distro but bitweaver has always just installed for me ez-pz.

Re: Hmmm...the devs are not communicating?

by , 09 Apr 2008 (17:43 UTC)
From my point of view, they could talk a bit more - but that is truly my personal opinion. There have been tons of super-perfect software (which I think bw is) failing because they lacked something else than just outstanding code and 1000s functions.

Too many bugs for me

by , 24 Apr 2008 (11:31 UTC)
I like the idea of Bitweaver – a “supersized” version of TikiWiki.

Sadly, both products are loaded with bugs and right now the product with the least amount of bugs is TikiWiki (Version 1.9.11, version 1.10 has too many bugs). Hopefully at some point Bitweaver will do a full Beta testing and I can migrate from TikiWiki to Bitweaver.

Good luck guys….

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