On Thu, 2010-10-21 at 17:09 -0500, Barbara Duprey wrote:
On 10/20/2010 11:50 PM, Drew Jensen wrote:
Every web forum I know of send notification email to the original poster
whenever a response is posted to a thread they created.
Well now, that's *very* interesting! I clearly haven't used forums in too long, I've never seen
this. It still doesn't help with a forum analog of this conversation, though, since I didn't
originate this thread.
Many forums, and wiki pages, allow you to tick a box to "watch" them,
even if you didn't originate them, and then you'll get a notification of
each response. I agree, though, that it's a nuisance to not have the
response itself show up in one's email, but only the notification.
I'm trying to learn about wikis so I can
host and manage one on this subject, but I'd gladly defer to somebody else who can put one up
TDF site where it really belongs. Any takers?
It's a wiki - be fearless..you can't really break it - well, not really
Are you saying there's already a wiki page established that we could use to collect all these
thoughts? Or that I could create a page off the TDF wiki (assuming I would be able to get
appropriate authorization) and run with it? In either case, wonderful -- what's the next step?
To edit a wiki page or add a page to the wiki, all you need is to
register. No special permissions needed. Go to any wiki page and look in
the upper right-hand corner for Login/Register. You'll get a standard
confirmation email, which you have to respond to.
E-mail to email@example.com for instructions on how to unsubscribe
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