WordPress test setup done

Bill Maltby, LFS Organizational bill at nospam.dot
Thu Jan 8 05:10:06 PST 2004

On Wed, 7 Jan 2004, Kevin P. Fleming wrote:

> Anderson Lizardo wrote:
> > Go to http://test.linuxfromscratch.org/wordpress/wp-register.php and
> > register, navigate, test... Post privileges are enabled after admin
> > aprovation.
> Registered just for the heck of it... The fonts used in the WordPress
> forms are not terribly attractive, but I know that's not important right
> now :-)

Ditto, ditto. I presume Jeroen will work his magic and make it actually
attractive in the end.

> I like the possibility of comments being entered for news items, that

I'm undecided about this one. Consider: wiki. Been there for a long
time, doesn't get the attention/activity that the implementors
envisioned. And that was *intended* for development, comments, ... The
wordpress is intended, I guess, primarily as a tool to ease the
website's maintenenace of news items. Do we really *need* the ability to
comment on posted news? If so, will it now mean we have to search *and*
monitor the lists *and* look at news to keep current?

Considering that some (most?) folks don't make effective use of the
*two* locs we now have, is a third going to be better?

> could be a really useful feature. A question though: What sort(s) of RSS
> feeds can this system produce? For example, if we go this route, I'd
> like an RSS feed of the ALFS-related traffic, but not the other parts of
> the site. That would keep me apprised of comments that people enter
> about ALFS news items, which would be pretty nifty.

Bill Maltby,
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