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sangham.net an introduction to say thanks
« on: February 22, 2013, 06:15:36 AM »
    GENERAL
    Site Name: Virtual Dhamma Vinaya Vihara
    Site URL: http://sangham.net
    Site Owner: donated for the sangha ("buddhist" comminity)
    Site "Designer": Johann
    Theme "Designer":Johann
    Site Genre: Buddha Dhamma

    INTRODUCTION
    I am sure it is not really worthy to show or a great design, actually I just modified some things in a "when I do that, than this happens" way and I even did not know what php, ssl... and all that word are. No real skill in internet and ID issues at all. I like to show it as a motivation for others how much possibility this software has and to show in this way our gratitude to those who made all this possible.

 "Friends, these two people are hard to find in the world. Which two? The one who is first to do a kindness*, and the one who is grateful for a kindness done and feels obligated to repay it. These two people are hard to find in the world."
-AN 2.119


The first person I guess is found with the team and people who participate here but I am not sure if we (I) can repay this only a little so we (I) focus on using it in the best way and for the well-far of many.
 

    FEEDBACK (optional)
    Likes:
    Dislikes:

Of course critic, rebuke, hints... is very welcome and if you have the compassion, please do that. I will try my best to integrate all in the frame of my understanding which is of course very small.

Regard him as one who points out treasure, the wise one who seeing your faults rebukes you. Stay with this sort of sage. For the one who stays with a sage of this sort, things get better, not worse.
— Dhp 76


(ohh... sorry that I do not post a screenshot, many I can add that later when I have the possibilities)

Thank you very much

_()_
metta & mudita
« Last Edit: February 23, 2013, 05:10:47 PM by IchBin™ »
Truly! So strive to be one of them. Or like to get a random Sutta?
If you like to get involved in helping developing an "Virtual monastery" to make the internet a little more accessible for Monks, Nuns and Ascetics, please feel heartily invited to join our bilingual community at sangham.net

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Re: sangham.net an introduction to say thanks
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2013, 05:12:12 PM »
Well it looks like you have plenty of content. I'm sure once you get a good design under that content, it will shine very well. Looks great so far IMO. Make me wish I knew more than just English though. lol

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Re: sangham.net an introduction to say thanks
« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2013, 05:23:27 PM »
Thanks! Sorry, for the late reaction. I had overseen your replay (forgot to enable notify)



Well German is not that difficult as it is very systematical and sure easier to learn as english. Especially the reading, as you speak as the letters are (of cause the pronunciation is a little different)

Ich bin. I am.
Du bist. You are.
Er / Sie / Es ist. He/She/It is.
Wir sind. We are.
Ihr seit. You are.
Sie sind. They are.

I hope I have no errors in the englisch translation and I am really not the best in german gramma to.
Truly! So strive to be one of them. Or like to get a random Sutta?
If you like to get involved in helping developing an "Virtual monastery" to make the internet a little more accessible for Monks, Nuns and Ascetics, please feel heartily invited to join our bilingual community at sangham.net

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Re: sangham.net an introduction to say thanks
« Reply #3 on: April 08, 2013, 07:45:38 AM »
+1 I'm liking so far looks good, 

best of luck with your project! :)

regards,
Maxx
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Re: sangham.net an introduction to say thanks
« Reply #4 on: April 08, 2013, 07:50:43 AM »
Thank you very much!
The credits go straight back to those who made such possible.

Maybe good to express at this place:: Everybody is invited to participate in the development. Your "project", as well.

Truly! So strive to be one of them. Or like to get a random Sutta?
If you like to get involved in helping developing an "Virtual monastery" to make the internet a little more accessible for Monks, Nuns and Ascetics, please feel heartily invited to join our bilingual community at sangham.net