Version 4.4.6 is a maintenance update to fix issues reported since 4.4.5.
Fixed an issue where a malicious user may be able to identify the full path to a file uploaded to a custom field. Core
Added support for MySQL 8. Improved security headers on error pages. Changed the "Who follows this" page to instruct bots not to index the page for SEO purposes. Moved the Club Members Box to the sidebar when the club information are shown in the sidebar. Fixed an error visiting the full notifications screen when the user has no notifications. Fixed an issue where old messenger links may not redirect correctly. Fixed an issue where new comment notifications can show an incorrect read status. Fixed club sorting preference being lost when navigating to another page of clubs. Fixed an issue where the "Bypass word and link filters" setting was not honored for links. Fixed attachments not being properly claimed when added to a Staff Directory member entry. Fixed an issue where reordering social profiles may not show the reordered list after saving without reloading the page. Fixed a potential error when an invalid sort parameter is passed in to certain pages. Fixed an issue where certain tables of data may show an incorrect number of pages when filtering the table. Fixed the Leaderboard popular content inconsistency when using ElasticSearch. Fixed an issue where Pages blocks wouldn't show in the configuration form when using the block manager. Fixed an issue where creating a club feature could result in a DB exception. Fixed broken ACP tables on Internet Explorer 11. Fixed an issue where Status Posts couldn't be deleted. Fixed an issue where 0B may be displayed in place of the real Redis maximum memory amount on the support overview page. Fixed an issue where using REDIS as session storage would return the wrong members for the online list. Fixed an issue with lazy-loading where images with a custom aspect ratio set did not honor the ratio after loading. REST & OAuth
Fixed OAuth Logins being broken because of a missing DB column. Blogs
Fixed blog entries from clubs showing on the Blog applications Grid View when the "Show Club Content Areas" setting is set to "Only Within Clubs". Fixed an error that can occur with some configurations when attempting to add or move a blog entry. Pages
Fixed an issue where the wrong user may be notified of Pages database records being embedded in other content areas. Fixed an issue where attachments in newly submitted database records would not be used when embedding records in other areas of the software. Fixed an issue with Schema.org structured data tags in Pages when the site has a logo image applied to the theme. Fixed an error searching databases in the AdminCP using the quicksearch input on the database listing page. Fixed an issue in the Pageurl Output Extension which was catching a not existing exception. Gallery
Fixed media sound continuing to play after closing the lightbox. Fixed an error that can occur when attempting to view disk space statistics when there are none. Calendar
Fixed an issue where all day ranged events reflect the wrong event end date in iCalendar exports. Adjusted ical import process to ignore WKST values of 'MO' (which is the default) to reduce false-positive error reports. Converters
Fixed some issues converting MyBB content including profile fields, avatars & attachments. Commerce
Added ability for administrator to choose what to do after a dispute is won (previously would automatically re-approve the transaction). Fixed an issue where the tax name in invoice emails could be missing. Fixed potential uncaught exception if trying to view a product in the AdminCP that doesn't exist. Fixed an issue where the description of new payment gateways wasn't saved successfully. Third-Party / Developer / Designer Mode
Fixed an issue using the node form helper when not using $titleLangPrefix in the node model, and using apostrophies in a node's title. Fixed an issue where the wrong member's AdminCP notification dismissals were referenced in \IPS\core\AdminNotification::notificationIdsForMember(). Fixed an issue where Nodes that do not implement permissions may still try to check them, resulting in an error in some situations. Changes affecting third-party developers and designers
Added an ID to the mobile navigation sign in link elSigninButton_mobile. All columns named member must now be escaped with backticks when querying the database in order to support MySQL 8.
Who we are
We are a privately owned geological survey organisation, that proudly delivers commercially viable mineral deposits for the galaxy’s mining industry.
Xenosystems Exploration & Survey performs the prerequisite checks which enable the discovery and extraction of popular commodity constituents, from intra-planetary and extra-planetary sources, and facilitates the sale of its mineral property assets to its corporate partners.
The co-founders of the business made their fortunes by investing in a little-known mining venture formed prior to the advent of RSI’s Orion mining platform, and based on the knowledge of its anticipated arrival, by developing a lead into what was, then, a very stagnant and exclusive industry.
No one was prepared for the explosion of entrepreneurial activity hat originated with the commercial release of the Orion, nor did they foresee the profound effect it would have on the economy. Suffice to say, our founders’ initial investment performed rather well.
With the dividends of their success and their burgeoning knowledge of the mining sector, our founders incorporated Xenosystems Exploration & Survey as a cutting-edge prospecting organisation, to discover and acquire new mineral deposits for resale.
Xenosystems is now rolling out an aggressive growth strategy, with a view to becoming the premier prospecting establishment across all sovereign territories. For more information on career opportunities, please click here.
What we offer
Xenosystems is an industrial organisation first and foremost. Our intention is to create a robust and profitable company within the ‘Verse, within which our members can have a great time and thrive.
While the mechanics of payments and contracts are still in development, we can provide a rough guide of the types of gameplay we’ll be offering for new and existing members.
Solo or Coop
The beauty of Xenosystems is that our core activities can carried out by lone wolves and team players, alike. If you want to prospect, mine or claim by yourself this is entirely possible and welcomed. We know that some nights you’ll just want to tune out, listen to a playlist and bash some rocks. We’ll be around later for when you want the camaraderie of others.
What we aim to offer to the solo player, is a number of benefits such as those outlined below:
Use of org ships. Typically these will include Terrapins and Prospectors.
Support & Rescue
No micro-management. Ever.
For those interested in teamplay, we envisage our standard industrial teams to run from 2 players upwards in an almost infinitely scalable fashion. We will likely recommend that operations take place within a two system radius of our mobile base of operations, so as not to stretch our support abilities too far, but we’re more than open to allowing teams and individuals explore opportunities further afield. The idea is that we can have any combination or quantity of teams working together in concentrated or distributed areas to achieve our strategic objectives.
You might be wondering why you don’t see any security allocations in our team examples. This is because we plan to outsource most of our security requirements to a growing list of trusted commercial partners. This way we can focus our development and training on our core competencies, helping us to become the best mineral extraction and property asset management firm in the ‘Verse.
However, for those of you interested in taking a proactive stance on safety and security, we will be establishing regular joint training sessions with our partners. This will allow them to become familiar with our operational requirements and limitations, and permit our members to learn combat techniques and awareness from the experts.
It shouldn’t go without saying that we won’t require every minute of your life to be dedicated to the organisation. It’s a game at the end of the day and we don’t want anyone to feel limited by our areas of specialism.
Recently incorporated and in the nascent stages of growing its ranks, Xenosystems Exploration & Survey aims to become the leading supplier of geological survey and mineral property asset management in the ‘verse. To achieve this, we intend to develop a robust and driven workforce, built upon expertise and initiative.
We are currently recruiting a variety of positions, from support staff right the way through to senior management. If you feel you have the required skill set and passion to contribute to the organisation, get in touch.
For management roles, please use this contact form. For standard applications please use the link to our RSI org site.
You can also contact us directly via Discord.
Xenosystems RSI page
Star Citizen Playlist
Greetings from Xenosystems.
It is an honour to meet to you.
As fellow spacefarers we look forward to getting to know and understand each other.
If you ever wish to get in touch with us to discuss important matters or for a drink, you can contact us directly via Discord.
General information about our Star Citizen organization can be found at https://xenosystems.space and on RSI
Those in Concierge may have noticed Third's topic on the $0 CCU removal having backfired completely, by formulating the database operation incorrectly.
Some $0 CCUs that originally cost money before pricing changes were removed
A lot of $0 CCUs that were free, now have a value due to price changes and have been left on accounts.
By John Daemons
Hi! I am John Daemons, founder of 92.9 Orbital FM.
Check it out and if you like the project and would like to participate, let’s get in touch!
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