[Baypiggies] Registration Wiki

Ross Parlette ross at pcnt.com
Thu Feb 21 02:08:19 CET 2008

I'm not a web programmer but I suppose a general approach would be to 
allow a logged-in person to add his/her name as well as a guest or two. 
A non-logged-in person could add his/her name, but not guests? This 
would make it simple for members to sign up but also make it fairly easy 
for others to register or be registered.


Tony Cappellini wrote:
> Instead of a wiki to add names for badges, we need a simple web entry
> form that simply adds/deletes
> names from a list which is not editable by everyone. Messing up the
> list of names has happened several times.
> Who are the web programmers out there?
> On Wed, Feb 20, 2008 at 3:36 PM, Ross Parlette <ross at pcnt.com> wrote:
>> baypiggies-request at python.org wrote:
>>  >
>>  > http://wiki.python.org/moin/BayPiggiesGoogleMeetings
>>  >
>>  > Remember, it's fine to not pre-register, but it does mean you will
>>  > need to plan to sign in at reception when you arrive.
>>  >
>>  > Tiffany can confirm the lobby and room arrangements for us.
>>  >
>>  > Cheers,
>>  > LH
>>  >
>>  I checked the registration page on the wiki and there are a LOT of folks
>>  registered. Should be a good meeting. I'm a bit puzzled by Skip
>>  Montanaro's name / link. It's well above the area I'd expect for meeting
>>  regestrants and links to a page right in the wiki, as do a couple of
>>  others. But his is the only one which has actual content. Is this
>>  something more of us should consider doing?
>>  Also, when I generated the Feb list area on the page, I didn't delete
>>  the Jan sign-up list. But perhaps now we (soneone else?) should.
>>  Ross Parlette
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