[geeklog-devel] Geeklog Demo Updating

Michael Brusletten ironmax at spacequad.com
Mon Nov 12 16:41:13 EST 2007


I agree some of the themes are kinda dated and should be archived at least.  As for the media gallery, thats a good idea to have
that put in as well with some content.  Perhaps some images that have are watermaked stating that this plugin is not part of the
deault install.  Or something like that on each plugin's main page.  That way the user/visitor will not think it is part of the
default install.

Any more comments?


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> Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2007 00:29:46 +0100
> From: cordiste at free.fr
> Subject: Re: [geeklog-devel] Geeklog Demo Updating
> To: Geeklog Development <geeklog-devel at lists.geeklog.net>
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> Hello Michael,
> Some themes are very old school on the demo site. We should keep only the 5 or
> 10 best of.
> Mediagallery should be in the demo site, with some clean media samples...
> because this little plugin (2 years old) is very nice ;)
> ::Ben
> Selon Michael Brusletten <ironmax at spacequad.com>:
> > I have been getting allot of comments and questions about what we can do to
> > get new users to Geeklog and what we can do to the
> > Geeklog Demo site to help make that happen.  There has been questions as to
> > if more plugins can be installed and other features that
> > are normally available on the normal Geeklog install.  I have talked this
> > over with Dirk and we have decided that the best solution
> > was to have a discussion as to what should be and what shouldn't be on the
> > Demo site.  Reason I have brought this up to Dirk is
> > because I am just the host provider and maintainer of the Demo site.
> > However, like I said, Dirk and I have discussed it and we
> > thought that this should be open for discussion to get better feedback.  Now
> > keep in mind, any application/plugin that could be
> > deemed a security risk where the root user could make changes to the
> > application/plugin will not be favored vary high before making
> > it available for use in the Demo Site: IE Ban plugin, Bad Behavior Plugin,
> > etc etc because that would limit the access to potential
> > new users.
> >
> > So if anyone has any ideas as to what else they would like to see on the
> > site, please don't hessitate to speak up.  Or if there are
> > other changes about the site that you think should be done, again, speak up.
> > All questions and comment are welcomed and should be
> > raised or commented on this thread, that way everyone has a chance to yea or
> > nay the responses.
> >
> > Michael
> >

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