Nice site! Well done.
Couldn't you use the published date to order the events instead of
reorder? Although, I personally haven't tried much with dates in the
I think people would find Wrappits useful.
To get it in the core, you should fork Radiant and integrate it into
your branch so that it is even easier than applying a patch. This
would allow a core member to create a branch, pull your changes, and
run your tests to see if it does what it is supposed to do. I'm fairly
certain that it would not be added until you write your specs for it.
Radiant is well tested and any new features should be well tested too.
But I'd certainly vote for it to be part of the core.
If you have time, integrate your changes now and it might become part
of 0.6.8, which is shaping up to have some great new features and this
would be a welcomed addition by me.
On Jul 22, 2008, at 5:11 AM, Andrew Neil wrote:
having just heard about wrappits from this post, I am moved to
this isn't part of core radiant behaviour....
I thought so too, and submitted a patch for it a while ago. I
I managed to convince the gatekeepers to let it in, so I finally got
to releasing it as an extension.
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 1:27 AM, Andrew Neil <
Announcing a new site built on Radiant:
Designed by Will Brady, built by myself.
I was determined to keep it simple, so kept the number of
extensions to a
* Subscriber lists
I considered creating a new model to introduce Event and Venue
I decided that it was unnecessary. All the information I needed to
about a venue could easily fit within the page-with-parts
needed to add the reorder extension so I could order on the events
I wrote the Subscriber lists extension for this project. I would
to use the Newsletter extension, but I wasn't sure how to
server to send mail from our GMail.
Shameless plug: If you are planning to be in Edinburgh this
to check out the West Port Book Festival. Events are all free!
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