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Introduction (and questions!)
Web Manager's (b)Log. TIMESTAMP: 1351287060.
I'm not the newest face at xTuple any more, but this is my first official blog post as the Web Manager. I consider this role the "best of both worlds" because I get to work with creative-types and technical-types, and merge thoughts from both worlds into content and functionality on the web sites.
My main objective is to improve the usability and the appearance of xTuple Web sites. You have probably noticed the new look on xTuple.com -- on which I've been putting the finishing touches over the past couple of months. Soon we'll implement a similar design change on this site.
If you can spare a minute, please help me get my bearings on xTuple.org by answering a few of these questions, either by responding to this post, or by using my personal contact form on xTuple.org. Your answers may help guide the upcoming site realignment as well as future functionality enhancements here on xTuple.org.
- What are your favorite social networks?
- Which areas of xTuple.org do you spend the most time in? What can we do to improve those areas?
- What drives you absolutely insane about the site (if different from above)? I'd love to fix any major "pain points" for you. You deserve it.
- Is there anything we should NOT change?
Thanks in advance for answering the questions. I look forward to our conversation about the future of this site.
Sat, 10/27/2012 - 10:29#1
The login seems to be broken on xtuple.com, at least it was for me. But I was able to login to xtuple.org.
Mon, 10/29/2012 - 12:22#2
Steps to resolve login problems
When we migrated our server to "the cloud," we made some changes which have logged some of you out of one or both of the sites. Normally when you are logged into xTuple.org you are also logged into xTuple.com.
The change we recently made was to increase the amount of time you should remain logged into these sites. Previously the login cookie was set to expire at the end of each session. Now you should be able to remain logged in for several months at a time.
If you find you're logged in to this site, but not the xTuple.com site, you can try these steps, which fblauer was kind enough to help me test earlier today:
- Hit this URL to log out of xtuple.org (which will also effectively log you out of xtuple.com)
- Log in to xTuple.org and you should now also be logged in at xTuple.com automatically.
- Verify you're logged in by going to your user profile page (http://www.xtuple.org/user). You should see an "EDIT" link just below your username, near the top of the page.
- You shouldn't have to log back in for a few months now, unless you a) purposefully log out, b) clear your browser's cookies, or c) use a different browser
Still having problems? Contact me via my personal contact form and we'll get you logged in again.
Mon, 12/03/2012 - 13:41#3
Hello dear Mr Peted
I am zhumagaly tangnur,from kazakhstan .I am graduating student ,studying information technology .My gratuation essay is about this erp system about xtuple .I have to analayze it and try to do small development or some change ,so this is my task ,I dont know how to start ,I think I need the source code or ?I am very glad if you can suggest me some thing .Thanks very much ,best regards,