Are you just like me and sometimes just want to do nothing, nothing at all?
Well, that brought me to this revolutionary plugin for Joomla! All these plugins that are available do all sorts of stuff. All busy doing their thing. Adding functionality here. Manipulating html output there. Making your website better and better.
Well, that's all good and nice, but it's so much activity!
That's where this plugin comes in...
What it does? Absolutely nothing!
PS: Check out the What? Nothing! system plugin settings. You might want to tweak them to fit your needs.
How to use it: http://www.nonumber.nl/whatnothing
NoNumber extensions require php 5.3+
See for more requirements: http://www.nonumber.nl/whatnothing#requirements
For support use the forum: http://www.nonumber.nl/forum
Do NOT use below reviews to post support requests or issues.
First of all, you need to reed documentation, to understand, how to set-up and use it (is simple and clear - thanks goes to author), there is also video which clearly explain functionality.
I read also posts from forum and support is precise, quick and helpful.
...and What I want say - Nothing! :)
Hmm, yet another report of this extension deleting time. If you experience any loss in space too, let me know and I'll see if I can fix it.
That's why junkies are more positive people than developers. A developer look for a bug. A junkie looks for a fix.
I don't see a direct need for statistics at the moment. I have experimented with stats, but they all seem to return empty.
I would advise you to just make your clients try out the extension themselves. Experience speaks louder than statistics.
Let me explain why...It's supposed to do nothing...but it's relative.
When someone asks you 'What are you doing?', you sometimes reply 'Nothing' but you really do something. You reply this because you feel guilty or you think what you do is useless or has no impact...
So 'nothing' is really relative to a context, a person.
In this case, the owner of this extension has chosen to implement his nothing, what he thinks nothing is...
He chose a nothing in our place, so we have nothing to do.
I'm ready to subscribe to the pro version but only if we can choose which nothing this extension will do : either by some parameters or by an override.
Wouldn't it be good if we could implement our own empty php code or select 'Nothing 1', 'Nothing 2', 'A huge nothing' ?
Please, respect the users of this extension! Let us be free of our choice, of our nothing!
A user who had almost nothing to do for 10 mins...
Thanks. You laughed: mission accomplished!
I am so sorry about this. I have my team of Leprechauns working as hard as possible on this issue. I think you will find that you won't be laughing at all when the next version is released. If so, I will refund your free version in full.
Thanks for the review. Indeed, the 9.1.1 version (still in development at this time) should solve most to all emergencies.
Because I figured out it's now become a great detective analysing tool in something. Like for inexperienced users without the tendency of particular cognitive experiences to provoke laughter and provide amusement. And some other things too.
Besides this, the extension gets people confused, which is good and something that should not be underestimated.
A hard lesson in live to invest time in something and realise it lead to nothing. But to call that realisation nothing? How can it be nothing when it's definitely something?
Thanks to NoNumber for nothing but excellent! something!
P.S. I would really like to win something with this excellent! review (like a life time subscription to what! something? ).
Ah, but nothing isn't in no way not the opposite of the absence of not something. I don't get the feeling you don't misunderstand that (or anything not at all the same as this) at all, isn't that incorrect? No? Yes? I didn't think so!
I can reward your review with nothing, but only this time.
This should be included in Joomla core extension by default.
Thank you for your effort. 5 star.
It has been an uphill battle trying to get this into Joomla core. Apparently the is "no ask for something that does nothing". I can't believe they don't see the potential this doesn't have!
I am very happy for you that you have found love again.
About that aroma: do remember to update this extension regularly, as the smell does dissipate and can even turn into a sour fishy odor.
And that can repel beautiful women.
So you see an extension called "What? Nothing!". You read the description which clearly tells you it does absolutely nothing. You go on to read the reviews which praise it for doing nothing (and very well and effectively, I might add).
Yet somehow you conclude from this that it must do something. And you invest time to find out what this unmentioned functionality must be.
I am intrigued by the thought process behind this. There must be a philosophy out there to explain this unjustified expectation. This craving to find meaning and reason. Is it hope? Is it believes? Is this a religious debate?
Anyway, I digress.
So I rate your:
- ability to read: 5 stars
- ability to understand/comprehend: 1 star
- sense of humour: 1 star
- dedication: 5 stars
An average of 3 stars... not bad, not bad at all.
And what does this all explain about the truth and reality being subordinates of our society? Probably... nothing!
After a few days of playing with it, I must add, since I still had no idea how it could work so nicely, I went and looked at the source. Seldom have I seen such perfection in code, I guess this (very mature) version 7.7.7 will require few to no updates in the future.
A must for all power users!
Thank you very much. It means a lot to me to hear praises about the code quality. As you might have guessed, a lot of time has gone into perfecting the code. People say code can't be perfect. But it's pretty close if I may say so myself. If I may not say so, then it's not.
Respect for NoNumber to create an extension like this one.
I fully understand.
At first I was afraid, I was petrified. Kept thinking I could never live without it by my side.
But then I spent so many nights
thinking how could I go wrong.
And I grew strong and I learned how to code all night long.