Re: [hackers] Easing potential conflict between homegrown sites and DeanSpace

2003-07-31 Thread scorpiosunmoon
I missedlast night'smeeting...sorry but I'm a day behind. uhm...what year is this?? ;) My (too many) thoughts. IMO DeanSpace (or whatever it will becalled...I have NO clue)...the "kit" people will download and install.will be a godsend for many with existing sites (have you seen

Re: [hackers] Easing potential conflict between 'homegrown' sites and DeanSpace

2003-07-31 Thread Dave Pentecost
Hello all I've been onboard since early on, basically lurking and following the email exchanges. But I'm glad that Josh S. has brought back the idea of non-Drupal modules. I suggested a while back that there be an MT module for bloggers, to put into a sidebar. I think that if we reach out to some

RE: [hackers] Easing potential conflict between 'homegrown' sites and DeanSpace

2003-07-31 Thread Zephyr Teachout
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Dave Pentecost Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2003 10:37 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [hackers] Easing potential conflict between 'homegrown' sites and DeanSpace Hello all I've been

Re: [hackers] Easing potential conflict between 'homegrown' sites and DeanSpace

2003-07-31 Thread Derek Toro
I have been busy with other project lately myself and have been hanging back like Dave, but this is something I thought I should really speak up on. I know the idea is to make it easy for people to use the kit and get their sites up and running in no time. I installed a drupal test site a while

[hackers] Easing potential conflict between homegrown sites and DeanSpace

2003-07-30 Thread Josh Swartzbaugh
Hello everyone! First I'd like to say that I'm very happy to be a part of this group. :) Uniting the various Dean movements is going to be one of the most important pieces of the puzzle to change this country's direction. It's not often that you can feel that you are really making a difference