skel prefix naming / Page id changing
sl33p3r at free.fr
Mon Aug 15 07:24:44 EDT 2005
why the lucky stiff wrote :
| A few questions:
| * Do you allow comments? Per-entry? Or per-language-entry?
As I'm stuck with a static blog (my ISP does not yet allow me to run
ruby on my account :(), I didn't look at the comment stuff ... In fact I
think that the best would be to have per-language entry comments ...
| * If an entry has multiple languages, is it more convenient to edit
| these translations as a single file? Or separate files, side-by-side?
| (i.e. entries/hobixTips.en.yaml, entries/hobixTips.fr.yaml.)
Currently I do have only one file for english and french entries, and I
think it would make sense to keep this ... Lazy as I am, I know that if
I create an entry for the french version, I will be too lazy to add the
enlish one after ... Moreover it also allow me to add content to both
version easily ....
| * Do you want these entries to share metadata? I mean if
| hobixTips.en.yaml and hobixTips.fr.yaml share a `created' date, then you
| really can't tell when you added translations of an entry. But perhaps
| that doesn't matter.
If the entries are different, I think it's better if they have different
created time ;)
| William's suggestion is along the lines I'd suggest. The skel_* methods
| are where transformations are supposed to happen. I would also
| recommend storing the language types in the IndexEntry.
Yup ... I'm going to have a look long this line ...
| switch between english and french is really cool.
I'm thinking about contact technorati support to see with thme if it's
not working using Safari ...
Frederick Ros aka Sleeper -- sleeper at jabber.org
How do I type "for i in *.dvi do xdvi i done" in a GUI?
(Discussion in comp.os.linux.misc on the intuitiveness of interfaces.)
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