Post by HankMcSpank » Thu Oct 02, 2014 6:25 pm


I see that Opencart 2.0 has just been released.

I also note there seems to be a bit of 'it's all kicking off' vibe about Hong Kong at the minute.

Surely there aren't that many people reluctant to OC change?


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Post by IP_CAM » Fri Oct 03, 2014 3:09 am

sure not, especially, when fundamental THINGS in V2 make it a MUST to start from Scratch again, basically...

It's like in HongKong, it's not the change itself, it's the Work, involved, just to make the new thing work, BETTER!!??
Is it really worth the Task? Where I live, they take away our Rights, for decades already, on a daily scale, soon, we will have less than the Fellows in HongKong already enjoy.

To OC v.2, I really don't know, if it's worth it, I probably stay with v.1.5.6.x


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Post by chongshengdz » Sun Oct 05, 2014 7:09 pm

better not to talk about politics in this forum.
In Time of Peace,IT IS NOT THE PROBLEM ABOUT who rule IT.
You should know who save their economic since 1997,the UK,the US ...?
China has many modern cities,it can go without it.
If China gives them sanctions,you know how they will be in the future.
if people from mainland China no more go shopping there,you know how they will be in the future.this October,some should have felt it.
Hongkong is not a country,it is a very very small part of China.
a very simple example below
over a decade ago,the US and the UK said the Iraq has weapons of mass destruction and start the war and now,where are the weapons of mass destruction ? and how their people live now?is this so called "democratic"?
Stupid people ruin their own economic,many people should have felt it now,Taxi Drivers?the merchants?... :laugh:

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