We are happy to report that Oxwall Store is coming along quite nicely, judging by the steadily growing volume of new items and sales. Unfortunately, quantity does not always translate to quality, and like everyone, we notice the appearance of mediocre-to-poor submissions.
This is not what we had in mind initially. We are also sure most Oxwall admins will agree that Oxwall Store should not become another online collection of second-rate mods of existing plugins and themes.
Oxwall Foundation always strove for improved quality for the end user and we anticipate the community will follow our lead. We all still have a long way to go to reach the desired level of excellence, but with small steps in the right direction we can do it.
Dear community members, we would like to draw your attention to several changes and additions to our policies. For your convenience all of them can now be found in the ‘Oxwall Policies and Licenses‘ section of the main Oxwall website.
Oxwall Domain Policy
This new policy is introduced due to trademark issues and to avoid possible confusion among regional and vertical Oxwall websites dedicated to the software itself (translation, distribution, etc.). In short, we ask webmasters not to use ‘Oxwall’ in top-level domain names. Click here for more details.
Oxwall Attribution Policy
The attribution topic frequently comes up in the comments, when webmasters of Oxwall-powered networks ask us whether they can remove the ‘Powered by Oxwall’ logo at the bottom of the page. The thing is – Oxwall is Open Source, and in return we only ask the community to keep the attribution. Click here for more details.
Now we are getting to the fun part. Oxwall Foundation is proud to launch an exclusive Oxwall Club. It will unite officially recognized international communities devoted to local promotion of our software, as well as helping Oxwall-powered networks in their native languages. So now you know that anyone with a CLUB badge in the forum is actually a representative of a regional or vertical community. Click here to learn about the benefits of Oxwall Club membership and other details.
Oxwall Market (read: the place where you can post your Oxwall-related tasks and find a skilled specialist to execute them) is in its infancy yet but we already see ways to improve it.
Now to list your profile at Oxwall specialists section you need to:
1) check job types you are willing to perform;
2) write more detailed description about your services.
You can do that on profile edit page. Please note that if you don’t fill both questions you will not be listed as a specialist in Oxwall Market.
This new detailed description aims at creating your advertisement message, not merely listing your profile as it was before. This is the proper place to let others know more why they should work with you, not anyone else.
IMPORTANT: Developers, please do not advertise your services in Jobs section. It is only intended for customers to post jobs that you can respond to. We will have to remove such listings because they cause confusion.