In 2006, TNR Global worked on a project exploring telecommunting called Telecooler.
Recently the various research has been collected on TnrGlobal web site:
Telecooler: an experiment in telecommuting
And the book: Doing Business Remotely
Rich and Sharon Roth are involved in a number of projects related to or at museums, specifically:
We have updated a number of thunderbird email reader extensions to TB 68.
File: gmailui-1.4.2-tb.xpi version:1.4.2 name:Expression Search / Google Mail UI description:Type 'from:fred to:tom' to see all messages from Fred to Tom in the current view. author:Opera Wang V68 by Rich Roth - http://www.tnrglobal.com/2020/05/thunderbird-addons/ homepage_url:https://github.com/wangvisual/expression-search
File: email@example.com version:1.0.1 name:Quick Add description:Quickly add to tag filter author:Rich Roth/TNR Global homepage_url:http://www.tnrglobal.com/2020/05/thunderbird-addons/
Still adding to:
Upgrading from php v5.x to v7.x can be a problem, esp with plugins and themes not under your detailed control.
More comments for running phpcs:
This is a project to bring open source online course registration software updated to php7.
This version has been updated for php7 and edited to remove some non-general features.
Updated version for php7: Zip file (600k)
Original Source: Course Registration Management System (on Sourceforge)
We have reinstalled a number of Dell laptops to be chromebooks. We have found many corporations have machines taken out of services, however they need to have the harddisks wiped for security reasons.
SO we have written up a process that clears the hard drive and configures the machines that kids can use in school where many are using Google Classroom on Chrome books. Note: There is a while discussion about what to use, Chromebook-like ChromeOS or a windows like Linux like Mint. These instructions are for ChromeOS. The install can use any system.
Continue reading “Reusing computers for Chromebook”
Warning – this is a work in progress — check back until this warning is removed.
For questions, send to contact us.
Anyone using this, please report your success, issues or questions, so we know there has been more field testing.
Notes about how to move a web site from Joomla to WordPress.
The j2wp tool kit about be found here. It should be expanded in the directory below the WP main directory.
Get, install and run: fg-joomla-to-wordpress
We found premium version was worth the cost as we had a number of sites to move. You have to review the details as to the differences.
All these steps requires the wordpress web site have access to the joomla databases and files. Being on the same server makes it easiest.
These depend on the components in your joomla site and how you want move them to the new wordpress site.
We found changing the url of the 2 sites during the work makes the process easier. Initially the WP site becomes wp.YOURSITE.TLD and once the wp site is mostly done, the joomla site becomes j.YOURSITE.TLD for all the details you forgot.
Our approach has been to use the existing Joomla custom fields (from component or CCK) to create custom fields in WP or use PODS to create custom applications.
Since these following scripts all need access to the Joomla database, the easiest approach is to copy the joomla configuration.php into the j2wp directory.
The index.php page for the j2wp has a number of tools to help file posts that have missing images (or images with bad URLs)
We have created a tool kit that includes scripts to convert the data from various Joomla components to matching plugins/themes for WordPress. These are designed to be run as shell commands, so to run one, from a shell prompt, just run:
Joomla sobi directory to eList theme:
The theme used is:
This theme uses a custom post, which we created scripts to populate from the Sobi information:
creates categories.csv of categories
Checks sobi fields against eList_custom_options
so you can add any non-standard fields in sobi to eList
copies sobi entries into eList entries. It will list missing fields in the output.
4) Use ./rm-elist-posts to clear elist entries to add missing fields and repeat #3
PODS based migrations:
For Handling docman documents and seyret videos:
1) install pods: https://pods.io/
2) enable migrate: packages
3) import pod-package.txt (from j2wp tools)
This creates a pods named sdoc and sdoc_cat, with related templates.
Moving docman documents into WP PODS:
3) Copy /dmdocuments from J site to WP site
4) remove .htaccess from /dmdocuments directory
An example of code to show a document list:
pod template=”document list” name=sdoc limit=100 where=”doc_category.name=’Sustainability Indicators'”/]
Moving seyret videos to WP PODS
1) Install videojs-html5 player:
2) Copy Videos from J to WP:
schedule some time to talk with us one on one with a search problem you might be having, at #ESS12
We are pleased to announce that we will be attending the Enterprise Search Summit in Washington, DC on October 17-19, 2012. The conference will be held at the Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel. The theme for the conference is “Strategies to Hit Your Moving Targets” and discusses ‘ issues of findability, open source, cloud search, best practices, and other topics of concern to search practitioners.’ From TNR, Michael McIntosh, VP of Search Technology will be attending, along with Director of Business Development Karen Lynn.
Additionally, we will be attending the inaugural DC Search Meetup Group on Wednesday, Oct 17 from 6:30-8. The topic for the Meetup is “What’s Your Search Story.” We’re looking forward to meeting new friends and colleagues during both events.
If you’d like to schedule some time to talk with us one on one with a search problem you might be having, simple email us at Karen@tnrglobal.com or DM us via Twitter @TNRGlobal . We’ll also be tweeting live from the conference using hashtag #ESS12.
Introduce yourself if you happen to make the conference, we’re happy to meet you!
TNR Global will be attending the Western Mass Service Provider Meetup at the Western Mass Business Expo at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield, MA on Thursday, Oct 11th, 2012
A representative from TNR Global will be attending the Western Mass Service Provider Meetup at the Western Mass Business Expo at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield, MA on Thursday, Oct 11th, 2012. Please contact us if you’d like to set up a time to chat with us about your search/query, web development or cloud computing needs for your business. We are available after the Meetup at 12PM until that afternoon. We will also have literature available at the Meetup.
We’re looking forward to discussing how the right search solution can save your company money and make your website more responsive to users.
We are pleased to be in attendance at the Enterprise Search Summit in Washington, DC October 17-19th, 2012 talking to colleagues and discussing search technology in a changing environment. To follow the discussion, follow us on Twitter @TNRGlobal.