thanks for the other links. I don't think that many people were aware of it - I was not. But it's awesome that XOOPS is making Top selections of various Top 100 lists.
And yes, I'm trying to be objective and to present it as news. According to Webster:To list:
1 a: to make a list of: enumerate b: to include on a list: registerTo rank:
2 : to determine the relative position of : rate <a highly ranked prospect>
So if I used the word "listed" and not "ranked", where was I not objective?
If I'm guilty of anything, than probably only about being excited about XOOPS.
But we need to celebrate those kind of achievements, be proud of XOOPS, and show it.
To be honest, for the last several years that I've been here, I've heard so many times about what is wrong with XOOPS, but I didn't see that many times that we celebrated our achievements. I hope, that by publishing those good nows (and fortunately, they are coming lately), we'll be able to look at XOOPS in a more positive way, get excited, and start believing in XOOPS, instead listening to some people who are trying to tell us that XOOPS is dead!
There is so much good happening lately around here and outside: Suico is developing this awesome Yogurt, Wishcraf is delivering some innovative modules, so many other users are release new exciting modules such as MyQuiz, inTHEtube, X-Torrent, Image Resizer, just to mention few from the last week, Catzwolf is back and with a vengeance doing some awesome things, our users in Brasil are creating some really cool and innovative themes, we are going forward with release 2.3, and 3.0 will be awesome, if we deliver what we plan to. Outside, the press and others are finally taking notice of XOOPS.
Are there things that might be still missing? Absolutely!
But can we step back, see the glass half-full, and celebrate?
Published: 2008/4/11 3:46 • Updated: 2008/4/11 3:46