[pmwiki-users] timing of PmWiki blogging module
editor at fast.st
Thu Sep 14 17:17:14 CDT 2006
Actually, you might want to consider using the FAST Data recipe, as it
will have full blogging capabilities built in, including timestamped
blogged entries, editable comment boxes, and any other kind of data
fields you might want to include. You could even give every logged in
user their own blog--easily! Or organize your blogs around groups of
editors. Pretty much whatever you want to do.
I only have one little glitch concerning a page variable that refuses
to set properly. If I can get past that, it will make a very nice
blogging engine. Or for multiple forums, issue tracking, whatever.
But wait until FAST Data 2.0 comes out--as it is loaded with new
capabilities. It should be ready within a few days, a week at the
most, as it is 99% done. Just one (or two) minor, but persistent
On 15 Sep 2006 10:07:56 +1200, John Rankin <john.rankin at affinity.co.nz> wrote:
> A month or so ago, Pm indicated that he had been commissioned
> to do some work which included creating a blogging module for
> PmWiki in the near future. I have been asked about this and
> wonder if there is an update on possible timing.
> Predicting future software releases is always problematic, but
> is there any indication (no matter how heavily qualified with
> get-out clauses) when such a module might (perhaps, possibly,
> with-a-bit-of-luck-and-a-following-wind) be released?
> - imminent
> - by the end of this month
> - by the end of this year
> - some time in the first half of 2007
> - some time after Windows Vista is stable, reliable and secure
> John Rankin
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