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  1. Version 1.0.2

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    This application extends Kevin Carwile's Group Collaboration application, adding per-collab, per-role badges. These badges display in the user panel next to every forum post/reply. Per-role badges are managed in the Group Collaboration > Collab Management > Manage Roles panel. Settings are provided for maximum badge width/height, maximum memberships to display and maximum number of roles per collab to display.
  2. California-based Google already has similar cross-licensing tie-ups with Samsung, LG and others, which are typical industry arrangements between corporations designed to minimise patent infringements Internet titans Google and Tencent on Friday signalled possible future collaboration on developing new technologies as the US and Chinese firms announced a long-term patent-sharing agreement. The companies gave no details on the scope or nature of the potential cooperation but said in a joint statement that they ?are open to deeper collaboration in the future on innovative new technologies?. ?By working together on agreements such as this, tech companies can focus on building better products and services for their users,? Google's head of patents, Mike Lee, was quoted saying. Sam Xu, head of intellectual property at Tencent, added that the patent agreement would ?advance the collaboration between two leading technology companies?. California-based Google already has similar cross-licensing tie-ups with Samsung, LG and others, which are typical industry arrangements between corporations designed to minimise patent infringements. But any cooperation between the US search giant and China's all-conquering tech leader ? the world's second- and fifth-largest companies by market value, according to Bloomberg News ? is bound to generate buzz in the IT world. Google effectively withdrew its search engine from China's heavily controlled internet landscape in 2010 in a row over censorship and cyber-attacks, and many of its services remain blocked. But there have been hints of a thaw in relations. Chinese internet regulators recently allowed access to its translation product, and last month Google announced it would open a new artificial intelligence research centre in Beijing. The agreement with Tencent would apply to a broad range of products, the companies said, without giving any specifics. Tencent operates China's ubiquitous WeChat messaging platform and is the country's leader in social media and gaming. It is pushing to build up its entertainment and gaming businesses and has signalled plans to buy studios, expand into content creation and diversify overseas.
  3. She is one of the sexiest women around the globe and that's not just us describing the gorgeous 'desi' girl, clearly all polls seem to agree with that. Work carfie.. winter is here!! Grrr. #quantico @abcquantico ðð¤ªð¬âï¸ A post shared by Priyanka Chopra (@priyankachopra) on Nov 8, 2017 at 12:28pm PST You see her making headlines, and amidst all this hard work, contrary to popular beliefs, she does find the time to let her hair down once in a while. In fact, she was recently seen partying with her good friend, Jay Sean. After the after party... private show by @jaysean #babyareyoudowndowndowndowndown #classic #nevergetsold #friendsforever #friendslikethis @jaysean ððððð A post shared by Anjula Acharia (@anjula_acharia) on Dec 15, 2017 at 2:08pm PST The two have been buddies for over a decade now and are known to be quite close. They even celebrated a close Diwali together last year. Priyanka Chopra looks ethereal during Diwali, wishes everyone along with Jay Sean! https://t.co/EdQOrAJglg pic.twitter.com/y4qV2jFkqi — Beatrice (@Beatrice2Fis) October 30, 2016 They have always said great things about each other and since both of them are good singers and amazing artists, we are already shipping this ideal pop jam collaboration already. ð¸ Jay Sean accompagné de Priyanka et Anjula fêtant le jour de l'indépendance de l'Inde ð®ð³ pic.twitter.com/S5Rl3llXIh — Quantico France (@QuanticoFR) August 17, 2017 Can these two just give us a New Year present already and drop a flaming hot track?
  4. <p>When Shahrukh Khan first shared a picture with Diplo, everyone was curious about the collaboration and how it would turn out. On Sunday, it was confirmed that Shah Rukh Khan will be teaming up with American DJ Diplo for a new song for his upcoming movie 'Jab Harry Met Sejal'.</p> <p>The music artist posted awesome pictures of their meeting on Instagram, writing, “Working on something wild with the legend @iamsrk.”</p> <p style=" margin:8px 0 0 0; padding:0 4px;"><a style=" color:#000; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px; text-decoration:none; word-wrap:break-word;" href="https://www.instagram.com/p/BW6liEPHTs9/" target="_blank">Working on something wild with the legend @iamsrk ð®ð³ ðºð¸</a></p> <p style=" color:#c9c8cd; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; line-height:17px; margin-bottom:0; margin-top:8px; overflow:hidden; padding:8px 0 7px; text-align:center; text-overflow:ellipsis; white-space:nowrap;">A post shared by diplo (@diplo) on Jul 23, 2017 at 9:10pm PDT</p> <p>In the picture, SRK is seen wearing a white vest, dark blue pants and a leather jacket which says 'DECENT'. Diplo sported an Indian look wearing a golden jacket and pyjamas with Rudraksha and shades.</p> <p>Diplo also shared some more pictures from the shoot. Moreover, SRK also met the rapper's kids as it is seen in a picture of the actor smiling gleefully at his sons, Lockett and Lazer Pentz.</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-full" title="Diplo Shares Pic With SRK From Their Collaboration Phurrr" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/diplo-shares-pic-with-srk-from-their-collaboration-phurrr-740x400-2-1501053532.jpg" alt="Diplo Shares Pic With SRK From Their Collaboration Phurrr" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/diplo-shares-pic-with-srk-from-their-collaboration-phurrr-740x400-2-1501053532.jpg" />© instagram/diplo</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-full" title="Diplo Shares Pic With SRK From Their Collaboration Phurrr" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/diplo-shares-pic-with-srk-from-their-collaboration-phurrr-740x400-3-1501053837.jpg" alt="Diplo Shares Pic With SRK From Their Collaboration Phurrr" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/diplo-shares-pic-with-srk-from-their-collaboration-phurrr-740x400-3-1501053837.jpg" />© instagram/diplo</p> <p>SRK had met the two-time Grammy winner in Goa in February this year while the rapper was touring India and Shah Rukh Khan took out time to bond with him.</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-full" title="Diplo Shares Pic With SRK From Their Collaboration Phurrr" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/diplo-shares-pic-with-srk-from-their-collaboration-phurrr-740x400-4-1501053874.jpg" alt="Diplo Shares Pic With SRK From Their Collaboration Phurrr" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/diplo-shares-pic-with-srk-from-their-collaboration-phurrr-740x400-4-1501053874.jpg" />© Twitter</p> <p>Other than this, some pictures from the song's shoot have also surfaced online.</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-full" title="Diplo Shares Pic With SRK From Their Collaboration Phurrr" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/diplo-shares-pic-with-srk-from-their-collaboration-phurrr-740x400-5-1501053946.jpg" alt="Diplo Shares Pic With SRK From Their Collaboration Phurrr" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/diplo-shares-pic-with-srk-from-their-collaboration-phurrr-740x400-5-1501053946.jpg" />© Twitter</p> <p></p>
  5. Tata Advanced Systems, a division of the Tata Group, may start making F-16 fighter jets with Lockheed Martin, the largest military contractor in the world, soon. That's not it; they will be manufacturing the jets in India. © Twitter This is great news for PM Narendra Modi just days before he heads to the United States to meet with President Donald Trump. There is one caveat though. Their F-16 Block 70 fighter jet needs to win a bid against Saab's Gripen fighter jet for producing 100-200 single-engine fighter jets for the Indian Air Force. © Twitter Even though Saab hasn't yet announced an Indian collaborator for its newer aircraft, the Adani Group and Mahindra Group are frontrunners as of now. © Twitter If they win the contract, Lockheed-Martin will shift its manufacturing base from Texas to India. They believe there is an export potential of $15 billion in this region apart from the IAF contract. Apart from full service for the F-16s, Tata will also be responsible for all upgrades on the aircraft. India, the largest importer of weapons in the world, feels they need this upgrade to their current line-up of MiGs which have already surpassed their expiry date as tensions with Pakistan and China grow. © Twitter But, one thing which most news agencies are ignoring is the fact that the F-16 is an outdated aircraft as well. Even the latest version of the jet, the Block 70, which is being offered to India, is still way behind what the United States is using. The US Air Force has already started the process of replacing the F-16s with the F-35s, a much more advanced fighter, and experts are viewing this move by Lockheed as a means of offloading the jets on India. © Lockheed-Martin While this is still going to be a great move for the Indian economy and Modi's “Make in India” plans, countries like Denmark, Japan, Israel, and South Korea have already ordered F-35s. Yes, it is an upgrade, but who is the biggest winner here? Lockheed or India? © Twitter One company that seems to be making the most of this though is Tata Advanced Systems. The F-16s will be manufactured exclusively in India if this approx. $2 billion deal goes through. While Tata does have some experience in the defence sector, we can't help but feel like this is more a case of getting rid of fighters more than anything else.
  6. Version (1.4.1)

    8 downloads

    Group Collaboration With group collaboration, members of your community are able to form their own groups, ranks, memberships and micro communities within the fold of your whole community. Any group can collaborate to create, maintain, and manage its own content based on what you allow as the site administrator. Out of the box, you can allow groups to manage their own forums, galleries, calendars, blogs, downloads, databases, and more. You control all the permissions and limits. Features Overview Create any number of categories and subcategories for groups to operate in, and set permissions and limits for groups on a per category basis. Move groups in and out of different categories at any time. Customize what groups are called on a per category basis. Set permissions for each category to determine which content types the group can use, how much they can use, what moderation permissions they are allowed within their group, who can view, create, and join groups in the category and more. Group leaders can create their own roles within the group, assign any of the permissions they’ve been allowed to those roles, and assign roles to other group members. Group leaders can set permissions on the content within their group based on the roles that they have created. All permissions for the content type are available. Group leaders can decide how they want to manage memberships to their group. Groups can be set to automatically accept new members, queue members for approval, be invitation only, or closed altogether. You can configure how many members a group can have total on a per category basis. You can configure how many groups an individual member can create or be a member in on a per category basis. You can configure how many groups members can own and be a part of on a sitewide level on a per member group basis. Group members have their own member titles, ranks, and post counts within each group which can be customized by group leaders. You can decide if post counts are added to the whole site post count or kept separate for the group on a per category basis. You can create “group models” in each category which act as a base layout and content structure for new groups. Group models can be used automatically, or you can give new group owners the choice as to which model they want to use. Features Added in 1.1 Added built in import utility for rsyvarth social groups 2.x Content feeds (widgets, etc) on collab pages will now only show content from that collab Content feeds on non-collab pages will only show non-collab content and content the user has access to see in collabs Added new private listing mode for collab categories Added ability to move/copy non-collab content into collabs Added ability to extract content from collabs into main site Added featured/latest collabs widgets Added autofill of member name when inviting to collab Added support for disabling "view other members topics" inside collabs Collab title in the group header now links to the collab homepage Collabs now inherit join mode of models Collabs now inherit default member title of models Collab stats can be added to collab header via Automation Rules Added collab menu manager Collabs and collab categories can now be shown on forums index New widget to show collabs for the currently logged in member Features Added in 1.2 Performance options are now available for unread content calculation inside of collaborations Events can now be created in collabs directly from the calendar Import from social groups has improved accuracy Group Collaboration Expansions Group Collaboration Badges ( by wohali ) Maintenance added a couple missing language strings fixed bug with content not showing to members in a private collab fixed an uncaught exception when check for forums linked to collab categories fixed an error caused if a content type was mising a language string on the collab management page
  7. The Weeknd a.k.a. Abel Tesfaye is literally the buzziest (and busiest) entertainer out there. Apart from having a chart-topping album, and a potential new girlfriend (hello, Selena!)—it was revealed today that the 'Starboy' singer isn't only collaborating with sneaker giant Puma, but with high-street clothing giant H&M too. The collection titled, 'Spring Icons Selected by The Weeknd'—reflects his badass streetwear aesthetic. In other words, think of this as shopping for The Weeknd’s concert merch (just like Justin Bieber’s too-cool-for-school merch that is sold out everywhere!). Speaking about the collection, the singer said, "I love the mix of urban pieces like bombers and hoodies with tailored shirts and blazers. Every piece is both effortless and fresh, which is just how menswear should be." © H&M The collection—that drops nationwide on March 2—includes bomber jackets (obvs!), hoodies, jersey tees, minimal shirts, tailored trousers, a motorcycle jacket and wait for it...a black, double-breasted coat (need!) © H&M