FreeVPS Post Count Script.
#31
I have been wanting something like this for a while. It would be much easier to have a script to tell you your post count rather than counting all the posts you have made in your user control panel.
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#32
(2014-04-18, 10:26:35 pm)Romario99 Wrote:  I have been wanting something like this for a while. It would be much easier to have a script to tell you your post count rather than counting all the posts you have made in your user control panel.
there is a script like this before this is just a basic one

Code:
http://main.node2.cu.cc/fvpspost/postcount.php?userid=(userid here)


i requested this because i need a simpler one that can be portred to another forums but need a few tweaks
ill not port it anymore to SNW it isnt compatible because of ads and il just port it to galaxyhostfree.com xD
#33
I tried the link you provided and it does not work.

(2014-04-18, 10:40:21 pm)Conan Wrote:  
(2014-04-18, 10:26:35 pm)Romario99 Wrote:  I have been wanting something like this for a while. It would be much easier to have a script to tell you your post count rather than counting all the posts you have made in your user control panel.
there is a script like this before this is just a basic one

Code:
http://main.node2.cu.cc/fvpspost/postcount.php?userid=(userid here)


i requested this because i need a simpler one that can be portred to another forums but need a few tweaks
ill not port it anymore to SNW it isnt compatible because of ads and il just port it to galaxyhostfree.com xD
#34
Works on me? it's on freevps.us ? just like transfusion's.

http://main.node2.cu.cc/fvpspost/postcou...erid=10486
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#35
I have finished implementing the Bootstrap interface and the code is now available via Github. Read the first thread posts for more details and a few screenshots.
#36
(2014-04-25, 5:24:00 am)S.L.C Wrote:  I have finished implementing the Bootstrap interface and the code is now available via Github. Read the first thread posts for more details and a few screenshots.

That is some very neat work :0
I would love to see further projects of you Wink
#37
Thanks for your effort,
but lazy people who need scripts for counting their posts are probably lazy as well to make good ones, we should not encourage that IMO
#38
(2014-05-02, 2:01:52 am)gooliver Wrote:  Thanks for your effort,
but lazy people who need scripts for counting their posts are probably lazy as well to make good ones, we should not encourage that IMO

IMO if you need to manually verify your posts for their amount and quality then you probably didn't put much effort in those posts for you to remember them. Which makes you no different from people that you say they're lazy. But if you're confident about the effort you put in your posts then all you need is something to tell you how many you did. And that's just in case you missed a few. That's just my opinion and you are entitled to argue with me Smile



As promised, I've done a small workaround the guest issue by creating a dummy account which the script uses to authenticate using cURL and store it's session in a cookie-jar. Then the script passes the saved session to each cURL request to enable cURL to view the forum as a registered member. It's just a temporary implementation and not much testing was done with it. Until someone makes a post in the Help & Support forum I cannot tell whether the implementation actually works or not.

If the current implementation breaks any forum Rules then please notify me so that I can disable it.

Now the script count should be more accurate and the only thing that could make the post count less accurate are the time zones. Because not everybody here is in the same time zone the script will actually miss a few posts from the first and last day of the month depending on the difference of your time zone and the dummy user account.

Hopefully if I get some free time I'll do more tests and probably fix a few mistakes that I left in a hurry when I programmed it. Please report any bugs to me so that I can fix them Smile
#39
(2014-05-02, 2:48:30 am)S.L.C Wrote:  IMO if you need to manually verify your posts for their amount and quality then you probably didn't put much effort in those posts for you to remember them. Which makes you no different from people that you say they're lazy. But if you're confident about the effort you put in your posts then all you need is something to tell you how many you did. And that's just in case you missed a few. That's just my opinion and you are entitled to argue with me Smile

I rarely count my posts even manually (Personally I tend to make much more post than the minimum required - so far never got that PM reminder of missing posts). I merely memorize my post-count status every 1st of the month so can do fast calculation in head comparing with that.

Perhaps only in some unusual cases I can think of good members using such a script, but definitely not on regular basis.
Eventually, people who're here just for making 20 monthly posts and keeping their VPS are probably not the best Godsent to the forum.
#40
(2014-05-02, 3:51:37 am)gooliver Wrote:  
(2014-05-02, 2:48:30 am)S.L.C Wrote:  IMO if you need to manually verify your posts for their amount and quality then you probably didn't put much effort in those posts for you to remember them. Which makes you no different from people that you say they're lazy. But if you're confident about the effort you put in your posts then all you need is something to tell you how many you did. And that's just in case you missed a few. That's just my opinion and you are entitled to argue with me Smile

I rarely count my posts even manually (Personally I tend to make much more post than the minimum required - so far never got that PM reminder of missing posts). I merely memorize my post-count status every 1st of the month so can do fast calculation in head comparing with that.

Perhaps only in some unusual cases I can think of good members using such a script, but definitely not on regular basis.
Eventually, people who're here just for making 20 monthly posts and keeping their VPS are probably not the best Godsent to the forum.

I... struggle... to make my posts each month. That's because I have studies, exams, and also work for Subnetweb.

How do I fix this? It's on a PHP server using Windows 2008 R2, url: http://donot.cf/fvps/?userid=6
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