[Chicago] Integrated wiki + forums
g at rrett.us.com
Thu Oct 16 23:27:51 CEST 2008
A couple marque apps (e.g. MediaWiki + WordPress), tied together with a simple skin and common authentication scheme would work.
Wow, that'd be a proof of concept!
----- "Ian Bicking" <ianb at colorstudy.com> wrote:
> Bob Haugen wrote:
> > On Thu, Oct 16, 2008 at 3:31 PM, Ian Bicking <ianb at colorstudy.com>
> >> Garrett Smith wrote:
> >>> This looks pretty cool. It's nice to have something that's
> >>> the "composite application" story in Python. It'd be interesting
> >>> see if this model could be peeled away from dependence on a full
> >>> stack like Django and turned into a middleware architecture --
> >>> wsgi but for apps.
> >> That's kind of the idea of a project I'm working on:
> >> http://deliverance.openplans.org
> > Ian, I'm also interested in Deliverance. But you might ponder the
> > history of Pinax. People talked about composite apps and built
> > tidbits for a year, but it took off when a few of them actually
> > and deployed (over a weekend, I think) a working demonstration
> > composite app. Got anything like that in mind?
> In part I want to scrape together the right process management pieces
> and whatnot, so I can actually put up a demo that works and stays up.
> I'm afraid I've had too many fragile demos so now I go with
> deployments (like the current static site) until I... well, until I
> figure out how this should all plug together beyond just the HTTP/HTML
> parts (which is another separate but highly related piece).
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