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I have added a Personal/Non-profit license to Umbraco backup.This license allows you to use all of the features of Umbraco Backup for £15 (US$28 or €22).In order to take advantage of this license, your site must be a personal website, a registered charity or a non profit organisation.
I get quite a few questions about Umbraco Backup licensing, so here is clarification about what each licensing model means.
Personal/Non-Profit: For any type of not for profit web site e.g. charities and blogs. The license is tied to a fully qualified domain name e.g. www.mysite.com.
Single Umbraco instance: For a single commercial site, tied to domain name in the same way as a non-profit license is.
Server license: Allows you to install Umbraco Backup within as many Umbraco instances as you like on a single physical web server. All domain names for these sites *must* resolve to the same IP address. If you have two web servers you need two licenses. Changing the server IP is fine, the license is based on a domain, as long as all
I've had a few requests for the Poll macro source to be released. I am very busy at the moment, so I am just posting the ascx and associated c# for now. Those of you who wanted a complete package will have to wait a week or so I am afraid.
A couple of things:
- If you modify my code, please send me your changes with an explanation so that I can incorporate any new features/enhancements into my source controlled version.
- If you find any bugs and are unable to fix them, please drop me an e-mail.
- If you use the Poll on a for profit site please consider making a donation using the link at the bottom of the right hand navigation.
To get you started here is how the Macro tag looks for the demo
spoke to Paul Sterling about the Umbraco store and to give away 30% of the proceeds is a little too high for me. I’ll distribute backup through my site as I already have that facility set up. I’ll also make a donation of 15% of any profit to the Umbraco... wrong last time, it was a mistake. I’m still working on pricing, but I have decided that there will be a free version for personal sites and non-profit sites and a commercial version. I’ll distribute the commercial versions with long trial license so
I was wondering how many Umbraco users we have in the UK with a view to maybe getting some kind of user group together.
If you are based on the island, then leave a comment on this post with your name, location and a little background on what you do with Umbraco, e.g. hobbyist, personal site hosting, commercial site.
After several months waiting for approval the Intro website is live.
Umbraco feeds XML to a flash front end build by
web maestro Rich Salter.
Site design was done internally by Intro.
Believe it or not, despite all of my interest in Umbraco, this
is my first site to go live other than my own domain!
My site is back online after a little enforced downtime. I was having real stability problems using a WebFusion VPS and as far as I am concerned their introductory VPS package is unfit for purpose. I'd strongly recommend that you don't attempt to host an Umbraco site with them.The more eagle eyed amongst you may notice that a couple of posts went missing. I'll just say that I have learned the hard way to check whether my scheduled database backups are running or not.Anyway, I am back up and running on a dedicated server. Hopefully my site(s) should be a little more stable now.
I've written a
nant build that you can use to archive instances of Umbraco to
a zip file and then restore them to a new instance. (An instance
consists of an IIS site, and a database).
The demonstration video is below and lots more information is
available on the
our.umbraco project page.
Just a quick post to point you at a couple of my latest activities in the Umbraco communiity:
In November I spoke at the Umbraco UK festival on the subject: Umbraco and the 3 flavours of Azure: Webroles, VMs, Websites. The video of the talk is now online to watch.
Secondly I've contributed an article to 24 days in Umbraco the fabulous advent calendar for Umbraco enthusiasts. The article is called Mapping Umbraco content to POCOs for strongly typed views.
In the absence of regular blogging we also now have a news page on the Moriyama site where you can follow what is going on in the company. Our social media feeds (linked in the footer of the Moriyams site) are the best way to stay bang up to date!
I've added Umbraco 220.127.116.11 to my Umbraco trials
site. There are 2 distributions, a clean install and one with
the latest version of Warren Buckley's CWS website starter package.
In the next day or two I'll add a pimped distribution containing
all packages from the Umbraco package repository. You can of course
Install the packages into the clean distribution should you
wish.For those of you who haven't used my Umbraco trials site, it
allows you to create a hosted installation of Umbraco... a package that you don't wish to
install into your production environment without testing.The Umbraco trials site has been relatively successful to date
serving up more than 300 trials to more than 200 users.Now, back to trying to prepare some stuff