[typo] Multiple users

Pratik pratiknaik at gmail.com
Tue Aug 23 01:44:00 EDT 2005


I think it's a great feture for people who want it ( maybe less that
2% ? ). But it can really divert the typo direction as there will be
many if-else conditions due to multi-user nature.

IMHO.

-Pratik

On 8/23/05, Mark Constable <markc at renta.net> wrote:
> On Tuesday 23 August 2005 10:58, Jeff Casimir wrote:
> > Not to mention the possibilities of revenue generation.  Offer hosted
> > Typo blogs for some paltry fee ($3/month?) and raise money for the
> > project, developers, whatever.
> 
> Yep, I've got 4000 dialup ISP clients who I would love to
> offer a blog system to and there is simply no way I am going
> to plonk a complete RoR/typo setup in every users web dir.
> It's simple, what happens in 6 months when I want to upgrade
> to the latest version, apply a security patch, or add extra
> modules or functionality.
> 
> The PHP5 system I am building requires a simple index.php of
> 
>  <?php require 'netserva/Kernel.php' ?>
> 
> in each user dir and that pulls up a complete system. Until
> I can do something similar with typo I am stuck in PHP land.
> Then there is an issue of some kind of PHP open_basedir safe
> mode but that is a separate issue.
> 
> > Benjamin Jackson wrote:
> > >> I find multi-blog support for the core Typo project to be feature
> > >> bloat myself.  9.5 times out of 10 there will be 1 blogger or one
> > >> blog with many bloggers blogging on the same
> > >> blog (say that 5 times fast!).  Don't you think the multi-blog
> > >> feature would only be useful to a small minority of our users and not
> > >> the 95% majority?
> > >
> > > Depends. I can think of a lot of NGO's that could use a good
> > > open-source blog to manage blogs for the organization, including an
> > > English school that I'm working with right now that wants to do
> > > student blogs. We're looking at MT but I would love to be able to use
> > > typo instead :)
> 
> --markc
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