[dojo-contributors] Google Groups management

Shane O'Sullivan shaneosullivan1 at gmail.com
Wed May 13 11:11:36 EDT 2009


Sticking a jQuery based page on dtk.org would be a huge embarassment
for us I think.  If we can rewrite it to use Dojo, as was done with a
Drupal module, then fine, but I would definitely find it hard to
accept another toolkit being used for Dojo community pages.

Shane

2009/5/13 Tom Trenka <ttrenka at gmail.com>:
> I haven't used Nabble in a while (shows you how much I was checking
> dojo-interest, although with the newer Nabble 2 it got changed somehow) but
> I'm fine with a solution like Nabble as well.  Took a quick look at their
> embedding thing, and this example seems to be exactly what everyone wanted
> in the first place:
> http://www.jboss.org/netty/community.html
> The only issue that may be an issue (and just throwing it out there) is that
> it's jQuery-based.  If you guys are fine with that, then ok issue basically
> solved (be fun archiving the forums though).
> regards--
> trt
>
> 2009/5/13 Nathan Toone <toonetown at dojotoolkit.org>
>>
>> I'm fine with Nabble as well...the main reason that I was +1 on google
>> groups is that it combines the following:
>> 1 - Getting rid of dojo-interest
>> 2 - Provide a "forum-like" interface for those who like forums
>> 3 - Provide an online archive for a history of solved issues
>> 4 - Provide a "mailing-list-like" interface for those (like me) who hate
>> forums and would rather reply to a message in my mail client.
>>
>> Seems like Nabble would meet these as well.  It was also discussed a while
>> back that our current forums could possibly have a mailing-list-like
>> interface added to it as well...if that is possible, then I would be fine
>> with that route as well...
>>
>> In other words, my vote isn't necessarily +1 for google groups...it's +1
>> on doing the 4 items above.  :)
>>
>> -Nathan
>>
>> On May 13, 2009, at 7:38 AM, Adam Peller wrote:
>>
>>> Well, it seems the front end has to be hosted locally, at least for
>>> those using the web view, but the posts themselves are hosted on a
>>> server.  Not a zero-maintenance solution, but a good compromise for
>>> those who wish to keep the user on our site and control look and feel.
>>>
>>> I have no objections to Nabble or any other hosted solution.  I only
>>> used Google Groups in my previous notes because it's what I know.
>>>
>>> -Adam
>>>
>>> On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 8:13 AM, Mike Wilson <mikewse at hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Bill Keese wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> Mike Wilson wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'll reiterate that Nabble could be an option. They let you embed
>>>>>> the forum on your own site, see f ex:
>>>>>> http://plone.org/support/forums
>>>>>
>>>>> In this case, do we still have the option of nabble running
>>>>> the servers for us?
>>>>
>>>> Yes, this is what the plone folks does in the link above.
>>>>
>>>> Best regards
>>>> Mike
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