After a good reading at https://openacs.org/forums/message-view?message_id=30452, I've decided to write a few lines explaining more pragmanticaly how to add a parmeter in you package.

Parameterizing in OpenACS can be an easy and simple task, if you follow the standards as bellow:

1. Create the parameter on pkg parameters adminstration, "add parameters" acs-admin/apm/parameter-add?section_name=&version_id=9633

 

2. After creating the parameter, then call it directly frmo the TCL script

 In this example, there's ad_proc call to retireve website main contact's email 

 setcc_addr [parameter::get_global_value -package_key "evex-core" -parameter "EvExContactEmail"]

 

More on that you'll find at https://openacs.org/forums/message-view?message_id=30452 

 

 

 

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Introduction

The LAMP stack of software, consisting of the Linux operating system, Apache web server, MySQL database, and PHP scripting language, is a great foundation for web or application development. Installed together, this software stack enables your server to host dynamic websites and web applications.

In this tutorial, we'll walk you through the installation of this software on a Debian 8 (Jessie) DigitalOcean Droplet.

Debian 8, as our operating system, is the Linux part of the stack.

Prerequisites

Before we get started, please complete the following:

  • Create your Debian 8 DigitalOcean Droplet via the web interface
  • Complete the Initial Server Setup for Debian 8
  • As part of this setup, you'll create a sudo user and install sudo
  • You'll also install basic security packages such as IPTables, Fail2Ban, and others

If you have not yet finished your basic Droplet setup, go ahead and finish that up and then come back to this tutorial. We'll be using a sudo user to complete this tutorial.


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A huge fire engulfed Brazil’s 200-year-old National Museum in Rio de Janeiro, lighting up the night sky with towering flames as firefighters and museum workers raced to save historical relics from the blaze. (Sept. 3) 

 

 

There is an additional, overwhelmingly important metaphor in the tragic fire
that has destroyed Brazil's National Museum: the continuing destruction of
the Amazon Rainforest, the "lungs of the Earth," also due in large part,
like the museum fire, to corruption and bad governance in Brazil.



The burning and logging of the Amazon can also be laid at the feet of the
developed world, which needs the oxygen and biodiversity of that great green
region as much as Brazil does -- but does not, as far as I know, materially
help that country and other economically challenged nations to preserve
their globally important terrestrial assets.  Has the U.S. (or other
developed nations) ever instituted the "debt-for-nature swaps" proposed back
in the '80s to slow and reverse the destruction of the natural world?  For
that matter, has our nation (or any other rich nation) reached out, in our
dwindling foreign assistance programs, to help pay for the upkeep of
important cultural and scientific assets, such as the National Museum in Rio
de Janeiro, that are the irreplacable patrimony of all humanity?

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Brazilians see metaphor for their struggles in museum fire," Sept. 4

A huge fire engulfed Brazil’s 200-year-old National Museum in Rio de Janeiro, lighting up the night sky with towering flames as firefighters and museum workers raced to save historical relics from the blaze. (Sept. 3) 

 

 

There is an additional, overwhelmingly important metaphor in the tragic fire
that has destroyed Brazil's National Museum: the continuing destruction of
the Amazon Rainforest, the "lungs of the Earth," also due in large part,
like the museum fire, to corruption and bad governance in Brazil.



The burning and logging of the Amazon can also be laid at the feet of the
developed world, which needs the oxygen and biodiversity of that great green
region as much as Brazil does -- but does not, as far as I know, materially
help that country and other economically challenged nations to preserve
their globally important terrestrial assets.  Has the U.S. (or other
developed nations) ever instituted the "debt-for-nature swaps" proposed back
in the '80s to slow and reverse the destruction of the natural world?  For
that matter, has our nation (or any other rich nation) reached out, in our
dwindling foreign assistance programs, to help pay for the upkeep of
important cultural and scientific assets, such as the National Museum in Rio
de Janeiro, that are the irreplacable patrimony of all humanity?

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