On 30 Jun 2010, at 08:22, Haselwanter Edmund wrote:

> +1: This is a great idea

Not a new idea, it should be pointed out. It has been in the roadmap for a long 
time and I think it was John's insight, originally. But I do think its time has 
come.

will



> 
> On 30.06.2010, at 09:03, William Ross wrote:
> 
>> On 30 Jun 2010, at 02:04, Jim Gay wrote:
>> 
>>> On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 8:50 PM, Jeff Casimir <j...@casimircreative.com> 
>>> wrote:
>>> 
>>> Other people might not see it that way, but by far one of the most
>>> popular questions I get about Radiant has to do with adding it to an
>>> rails app, rather than shoe-horning a rails app into it. The biggest
>>> sticking point is the User system.
>> 
>> I completely agree here, except that I think a page-management engine has to 
>> be able to work with layouts, and I'd like to see versioning in core. Then a 
>> -more gem could add:
>> 
>> - users
>> - assets
>> - snippets and js/css
>> - sites
>> - configuration
>> - dashboard
>> 
>> If it did that in a modular way that allowed areas of functionality to be 
>> omitted or supplanted:
>> 
>>      radiant.handle :images, :with => "DragonflyExtension"
>>      radiant.handle :authorization, :with => "RbacExtension"
>>      radiant.handle :dashboard, :with => "MyLocalExtension"
>>      radiant.unhandle :configuration
>> 
>> then radiant could realistically offer to drop in anywhere and manage pages 
>> for any app, which would be a splendid thing indeed.
>> 
>> will
>> 
>> 
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