I don't think people can fault the administrator's support commitments, this guy has provided a free and open source solution that anyone can add to, maintain and support themselves.
But please if you release your extensions in a compressed file don't add the .svn files with it, we don't want and need all that mess on our server, there is a function in SVN where you can export the files in a clean way for release, use it!
Thanks, although your comments sound rather grudging! The .svn comment is somewhat nitpicking. I often do use export, but in any case the subversion files do not stay on the server, since they are not in the packaging XML.
The backend could have a few extra features but when you have the developer answering your questions, well you can do just about anything.
I am just in the midst of customizing this a little more to suit my site, could be easier to do a few things but overall the install was straight forward (aka upload and install) and the backend functionality is fairly straightforward although it could use some alt-hover tags to explain here and there.
This one went up in a matter of seconds and works beautifully. I had some issues with my Config file cuz my hosting setup can be weird, and Martin provided awesome personal support via his forum and also email.
ReMOS proved to be a simpler, but working (and isn't that the important part?) replacement, I especially like the ability to add as many custom images for files and folders as you want, and the dynamic creation of thumbnails for images.
Keep up the good work! Looking forward to v3.43
The resetting of download count upon edit is a pain, although I don't know whether this has been changed.
The possibility for integrated groups would be very useful indeed, and even turn this product into something well worth paying for for larger businesses with multiple teams.
Another change I would like is the ability to customise which fields are to be shown from the admin panel, as this is one thing I had to manually customise (although it wasn't difficult!).
So thanks, this is a good component and does its job well, and it fits in well into a professional intranet.
I hope you're not really running Remository 3.24. It has a security vulnerability, and should be upgraded to version 3.26 to avoid being hacked. There are plenty of bots trawling the web for vulnerable sites.
Best regards, Martin Brampton