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B2evolution-Installer for version 0.9.0.10

Installer for version 0.9.0.10
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Choose a default language/locale for your b2evo installation.

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How do you want to install b2evolution?

The installation can be done in different ways. Choose one:

New Install: Install b2evolution database tables with sample data.

Upgrade from a previous version of b2evolution: Upgrade your b2evolution database tables in order to make them compatible with the current version!

Upgrade from Cafelog/b2 v 0.6.x: Install b2evolution database tables and copy your existing Cafelog/b2 data into them.

Upgrade from Manywhere Miniblog: Install b2evolution database tables and copy your existing Miniblog data into them.

Change your base configuration (see recap below): You only want to do this in rare occasions where you may have moved your b2evolution files or database to a different location…
Need to start anew?

If you have installed b2evolution tables before and wish to start anew, you must delete the b2evolution tables before you can start a new installation. b2evolution can delete its own tables for you, but for obvious security reasons, this feature is disabled by default.

To enable it, please go to the /conf/_config.php file and change:

$allow_evodb_reset = 0;

to

$allow_evodb_reset = 1;

Then reload this page and a reset option will appear.
Base config recap…

If you don’t see correct settings here, STOP before going any further, and update your base configuration.

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About the Edge

By: Bill Worthington
Web posted: 07:36:27 pm Permalink

Being that many of the clubs surrounding Edmonton weren’t able to form competitive Open AA teams, and that there was a large number of younger athletes moving up within the Edmonton Ringette Club, a second team needed to be formed to accommodate these players. The Edge was created to give these athletes the opportunity to continue to play at a competitive level consistent with their abilities.

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The team is made up of 16 players from Edmonton, St. Albert and Spruce Grove, with wide ranging experiences and unique personalities. Some have played for Team Canada or at a continued level of AA competition, while others have returned to the sport after many years away, having started families and pursued other goals. Although many of them have competed against each other in the past, they now play together as a team, having forged strong friendships and memories that will last a lifetime!

The National Ringette League – an overview

By: Alayne Martell-Crocker
Web posted: 07:20:26 pm Permalink

The National Ringette League (NRL) is the showcase league for ringette in Canada. Officially launched in November 2004, the league has 17 teams in three divisions across Canada – a Western Division (eight teams), an Ontario Division (four teams), and a Québec Division (five teams). In addition to vying for league championship titles, teams in the NRL are also competing for a berth at the 2005 Canadian ringette championships being held from April 11-16, 2005 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

The objectives of the NRL are to move ringette into the mainstream of Canadian sports activity, encourage greater public awareness of ringette, create more and better competitive opportunities for athletes, and achieve positive financial results at both a league and team level.

The NRL functions as a committee under Ringette Canada, the national governing body of ringette in Canada. It has an established Board of Governors which includes: Jim Dawson as president, George McKenzie as director of the Western Division, Glen Gaudet as director of the Ontario Division, Michel Savoie as director of the Québec Division, and Keely Brown as an athlete representative.

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During the 2003-2004 season, 15 teams participated in a trial NRL league that also had three divisions (Québec, Ontario and Western). The purpose of the trial season was to get teams up and running and prepare for the 2004-2005 season.

Athletes participating in the NRL are among Canada’s elite and include 25 current members of Team Canada, who will be competing at the world ringette championship being held in Sweden this coming November. Erin Cumpstone, catcher for Team Canada’s softball team who placed fifth at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens will also be on the Saskatoon Wild roster for the upcoming season.

Teams participating the NRL this season include: Western Division – Calgary RATH, Edmonton Edge, Edmonton WAM, Manitoba Ice, Manitoba Stealth, Regina Riot, Saskatoon Wild, and BC Reign; Ontario Division – Cambridge Turbos, Gloucester Devils, Waterloo Wildfire and Richmond Hill Lightning; Québec Division – B.L.L. (Bourassa-Laval-Lanaudière), Lac St-Louis, Montréal Mission, Cyclones de Québec, and Rive-Sud.

The NRL Reaches Out To Local Ringette Communities Across Ontario And Signs Television Deal

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By: Chris Wakefield
Web posted: 07:25:03 pm Permalink

For the next two months, the NRL Ontario division will be travelling across Ontario playing various Neutral Site regular season games to help spread awareness about the league and bring the highest level of Ringette to communities which rarely get a chance to see it.

Upcoming Games:

December 11 8:00pm – HAMILTON (Inch Park Arena)

Cambridge Turbos vs. Montreal Mission

December 18 7:30pm – OSHAWA (South Courtice Arena)

Richmond Hill Lightning vs. Cambridge Turbos

January 22 3:00pm – BURLINGTON (Appleby Arena)

Waterloo Wildfire vs. Quebec Cyclones

January 29 2:30pm – GUELPH (West End Community Centre)

Cambridge Turbos vs. Rive-Sud

NRL Ontario is also proud to announce a partnership with Rogers Cable Richmond Hill, which will broadcast five games in December, January and February to many local markets throughout the province. Please check your local listings or check back here to find out the latest details on broadcast schedules in your local region.

Next Game:

December 12 1:30pm – RICHMOND HILL (Tom Graham Arena)

Cambridge Turbos vs. Richmond Hill Lightning

AIR TIMES: York Region: 1:30pm
Kitchener/Waterloo/Cambridge: 8:30pm

**Please be sure to contact your local Rogers Television Station to ensure the game will be on and express your support for them covering the sport you love!**

National Ringette League announces December’s Elite Eight and Player of the Month

By: Alayne Martell-Crocker
Web posted: 08:00:54 pm Permalink

The National Ringette League (NRL) today announced its Elite Eight rankings as of the end of December, as well as December’s Player of the Month. With all three divisions of the NRL well into their game schedules for the season, the competitive picture is beginning to emerge. The Ontario division of the NRL boasts two entries in the Elite Eight despite being the smallest of the leagues’ division. The Quebec division also contributes two teams in the rankings, with the Western division rounding out the list with four entries.

National Ringette League announces December’s Elite Eight and Player of the Month

By: Alayne Martell-Crocker
Web posted: 08:00:54 pm Permalink

The National Ringette League (NRL) today announced its Elite Eight rankings as of the end of December, as well as December’s Player of the Month. With all three divisions of the NRL well into their game schedules for the season, the competitive picture is beginning to emerge. The Ontario division of the NRL boasts two entries in the Elite Eight despite being the smallest of the leagues’ division. The Quebec division also contributes two teams in the rankings, with the Western division rounding out the list with four entries.

Games in November and December were difficult to gauge with many of the elite players of the league being tied up with their National Team commitments. Twenty-two players from NRL teams were part of Team Canada that competed at the 2004 World ringette championship, capturing the silver medal.

National Ringette League Elite Eight as of December 31, 2004:

Rank (Ranking last month) – Team name – Division
1 (–) – Cambridge Turbos – Ontario
2 (–) – Edmonton Edge – Western
3 (–) – Gloucester Devils – Ontario
4 (–) – Manitoba Stealth – Western
5 (–) – Lac St. Louis – Quebec
6 (–) – Edmonton WAM! – Western
7 (–) – Calgary Rath – Western
8 (–) – Montreal Mission – Quebec

The Cambridge Turbos debut atop the rankings based on an impressive 14-1 record in the competitive Ontario Division of the NRL. Cambridge has already defeated the third and fifth ranked teams this year. The team’s only loss on the season was to the eighth ranked Montreal Mission.

The second ranked Edmonton Edge, playing in the Western Division, have put together a 7-1 record to date, playing in the same division as three other ranked teams. Their schedule only gets more difficult in the coming weeks as they face teams rejuvenated by the return of National Team players, including the Edmonton WAM! and the Calgary Rath who both lost roster strength due to the World ringette championship.

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December’s Player of Month comes from the Gloucester Devils (3) with Katie Lugg, a commerce student at the University of Ottawa and youngest member of Team Canada, taking the inaugural honour. Lugg has notched an incredible 24 goals and nine assists in the first 14 games of the season.

Katie Lugg – Gloucester DevilsOther finalists for the award included Andrea Ferguson of the Manitoba Stealth (4) who has registered 10 goals and 15 total points in the first 10 games for the Stealth, and Julie Lepine of Lac St Louis (5) who kept a torrid scoring pace, getting 30 points in only 16 games to date.

Coming up in the month of January, there are several marquee match-ups involving ranked teams. In the West, the battle of Edmonton heats up as the Edge (2) meets up with the WAM! (6) on January 7th. The Ontario-Quebec crossover schedule features the Gloucester Devils (3) and the Montreal Mission (8) on January 30th as the Mission work to prove their victory over first place Cambridge earlier in the season was indeed no fluke.

“Elite ringette has arrived on the national scene,” said David Patterson, Executive Director of Ringette Canada. “With athletes like Katie Lugg, the league has a great base to work from, and outstanding young athletes to keep it growing and moving forward. Katie, Jennifer Gaudet, Julie Lepine, and Andrea Ferguson are the kinds of athletes who will propel the NRL into becoming the premiere women’s sport property in Canada.”

“Attendance is up in every NRL market and the neutral site and tournament games have been well received by fans eager to see the speed, skill and teamwork of elite ringette. Our NRL athletes are elite, accessible, and able to connect with fans. They do not shy away from being role models, and in fact embrace that role. It is because of these athletes that the NRL has such enormous potential,” added Patterson.

Entire Western division of the National Ringette League compete at upcoming Regina tournament

By: Alayne Martell-Crocker
Web posted: 08:37:18 pm Permalink

REGINA, Saskatchewan – All eight teams in the Western division of the National Ringette League (NRL) will be in action in a 28-game round-robin format at the Jim Benning Ringette Tournament being held from January 7-9 in Regina. NRL games will be played at Murray Balfour Arena (70 Massey Road), Jack Staples Arena (444 Broad Street North), Doug Wickenheiser Arena (1127 Arnason Street N.), Al Ritchie Memorial Arena (2230 Lindsay), Jack Hamilton Arena (1010 McCarthy Boulevard), and Clarence Mahon Arena (130 Brotherton). Full schedule of games is outlined below.

The Western division includes two Saskatchewan teams, the Regina Riot and Saskatoon Wild, two from Manitoba, Winnipeg’s Manitoba Ice and the Manitoba Stealth, three Alberta teams, the Edmonton Wam, Edmonton Edge, and Calgary Rath, and British Columbia’s BC Reign.

“Because all teams in the Western division will play against each other, this will be a good test of how the teams compare to each other,” said Keith Doering, coach of the Regina Riot. “Early results show some surprising parity in the west that should result in some interesting challenges for a wildcard spot at the Canadian ringette championships in Winnipeg in early April.”

Currently, Edmonton Edge sits on top of the standings and Manitoba Stealth is in second place. Edmonton Wam and Calgary Rath are tied for third with Regina Riot and Manitoba Ice sitting in fourth place. Saskatoon Wild and BC Reign are in fifth.

The schedule of NRL games is as follows:
Friday, January 7, 2005:
8:00 AM – Murray Balfour Arena – Regina Riot vs. Manitoba Ice
9:20 AM – Jack Staples Arena – Edmonton Edge vs. Edmonton Wam
9:20 AM – Murray Balfour Arena – BC Reign vs. Manitoba Stealth
10:40 AM – Doug Wickenheiser Arena – Saskatoon Wild vs. Calgary Rath
1:30 PM – Al Ritchie Memorial Arena – Edmonton Edge vs. BC Reign
1:30 PM – Jack Hamilton Arena – Manitoba Ice vs. Calgary Rath
2:50 PM – Doug Wickenheiser Arena – Edmonton Wam vs. Manitoba Stealth
2:50 PM – Jack Hamilton Arena – Regina Riot vs. Saskatoon Wild
7:00 PM – Doug Wickenheiser Arena – Manitoba Stealth vs. Edmonton Edge
7:00 PM – Clarence Mahon Arena – Manitoba Ice vs. Saskatoon Wild
8:20 PM – Doug Wickenheiser Arena – Calgary Rath vs. Regina Riot
8:20 PM – Al Ritchie Memorial Arena – Edmonton Wam vs. BC Reign

Saturday, January 8, 2005:
8:00 AM – Jack Hamilton Arena – Edmonton Edge vs. Regina Riot
8:00 AM – Murray Balfour Arena – Calgary Rath vs. Manitoba Stealth
9:20 AM – Jack Staples Arena – Edmonton Wam vs. Manitoba Ice
12:10 PM – Al Ritchie Memorial Arena – Saskatoon Wild vs. BC Reign
1:30 PM – Doug Wickenheiser Arena – Manitoba Stealth vs. Regina Riot
4:20 PM – Clarence Mahon Arena – Calgary Rath vs. BC Reign
4:20 PM – Doug Wickenheiser Arena – Manitoba Ice vs. Edmonton Edge
4:20 PM – Al Ritchie Memorial Arena – Saskatoon Wild vs. Edmonton Wam
8:20 PM – Murray Balfour Arena – Edmonton Wam vs. Calgary Rath
8:20 PM – Jack Hamilton Arena – BC Reign vs. Regina Riot
8:20 PM – Doug Wickenheiser Arena – Saskatoon Wild vs. Edmonton Edge
8:20 PM – Clarence Mahon Arena – Manitoba Ice vs. Manitoba Stealth

Sunday, January 9, 2005:
10:40 AM – Jack Staples Arena – Manitoba Ice vs. BC Reign
10:40 AM – Jack Hamilton Arena – Calgary Rath vs. Edmonton Edge
10:40 AM – Murray Balfour Arena – Manitoba Stealth vs. Saskatoon Wild
10:40 AM – Doug Wickenheiser Arena – Regina Riot vs. Edmonton Wam

For a full schedule of all games and divisions being played during the Jim Benning Ringette Tournament, please visit the Regina Ringette website at: www.reginaringette.sk.ca.