One of the benefits of developing open source software is that sometimes you have to resort to trial-and-error philosophy, which makes you constantly learn something new. For instance, last thing we learned here at the Foundation was that we should NEVER give promises to release updates ‘next week’.
The aforementioned philosophy, though, can be used to great effects while tweaking and customizing Oxwall software. Meet Presence Effect – a growing network from Russia.
So, at first glance this is a site about aliens or video gaming. Either way it’s awesome. Seriously, what we have on display here is a great deal of design customization brought to the original Oxwall template. It truly shows the flexibility of the solution. The network’s presentation is appealing and right on target for the preferred community. Good job all around. If a website in those things Russians call letters made me stay for longer than at Gamestop, I’d say the mission was accomplished. If anything, Presence Effect shows that with a creative approach an Oxwall-powered site can be turned into a real professional community hub. Oxwall’s In Focus achievement well earned, comrades. Congratulations!