Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-28 Thread Joshua Koenig
The one thing that I would change in Josh's model is just that we are not thinking of this as a place for public expression (why I support Dean) not because we don't want that expression, but because (1) there are other venues for it, and (2) it drastically (or almost completely) eviscerates the

Re: [hackers] Privacy control for profiles

2003-07-28 Thread Joshua Koenig
I agree. Giving members privacy control over their profile information encourages them to share more information and add more value to the database. (It's also respectful and polite.) Preaching to the Choir here. ;) I've been working on an enhanced profile module -- please use it or build off

Re: [hackers] Privacy control for profiles

2003-07-28 Thread zachary rosen
On Mon, 28 Jul 2003, Joshua Koenig wrote Deanster could also act as a (Jabber/Drupal) single-sign-on point for any Drupal Dean Nodes a Deanster also frequents. We talked about this with Zephyr, and the deal is - if DFA run Deanster then it cannot handle Authentication for the Nodes or they

[hackers] More on Deanster Participant Content

2003-07-28 Thread Joshua Koenig
After Zephyr's previous posting about content for Deanster, I just wanted to give y'all a little more of my vision for the whole Deanster user expression piece. You're indubitably the boss on this one, so the call is yours, but I wanted to give you the whole nine yards. The notion for this

Re: [hackers] Privacy control for profiles

2003-07-28 Thread Joshua Koenig
Deanster could also act as a (Jabber/Drupal) single-sign-on point for any Drupal Dean Nodes a Deanster also frequents. We talked about this with Zephyr, and the deal is - if DFA run Deanster then it cannot handle Authentication for the Nodes or they would have to be vetted by DFA (ie official) so

Re: [hackers] Privacy control for profiles

2003-07-28 Thread zachary rosen
On Mon, 28 Jul 2003, Joshua Koenig wrote: Deanster could also act as a (Jabber/Drupal) single-sign-on point for any Drupal Dean Nodes a Deanster also frequents. We talked about this with Zephyr, and the deal is - if DFA run Deanster then it cannot handle Authentication for the Nodes or

Re: [hackers] Privacy control for profiles

2003-07-28 Thread zachary rosen
On Mon, 28 Jul 2003, Joshua Koenig wrote: We talked about this with Zephyr, and the deal is - if DFA run Deanster then it cannot handle Authentication for the Nodes or they would have to be vetted by DFA (ie official) so I don't think this is possible. What about the opposite

Re: [hackers] Privacy control for profiles

2003-07-28 Thread Joshua Koenig
We talked about this with Zephyr, and the deal is - if DFA run Deanster then it cannot handle Authentication for the Nodes or they would have to be vetted by DFA (ie official) so I don't think this is possible. What about the opposite direction? Can unofficial nodes act as single-signons for

RE: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-28 Thread Zephyr Teachout
Agreed. Ultimately there will be more room for this, but I want to focus on basic model first. Also, the fact of limited expression will actually drive people to two things we're excited about -- conversations w/eachother and setting up their own nodes. Z Zephyr Teachout Internet Organizing

[hackers] Deanster run at DFA

2003-07-28 Thread Zephyr Teachout
Just catching the tail end of this, but we're fully planning to run deanster, I've got the server space planned, and I'm looking to hire for someone to administer. So all we're doing is making sure its designed in a way we can manage. There's a lot of projects we're going to build on this, and it

RE: [hackers] Privacy control for profiles

2003-07-28 Thread Zephyr Teachout
Great. I'm working on fields, which are primarily driven by fields here -- Plus. The other plus is info about the nodes they are involved in. Z Zephyr Teachout Internet Organizing Outreach Dean for America [EMAIL PROTECTED] Meetup at http://www.deanforamerica.com/meetup Get local at

[hackers] Arrrrgggghhh! I need help...

2003-07-28 Thread Shannon Little
Everytime I post something to the site I'm working on, I get this message: user error: Access denied for user: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' to database 'database_name' query: LOCK TABLES sequences WRITE in /home/xx/public_html/drupal/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 75. I edited the private

Re: [hackers] Arrrrgggghhh! I need help...

2003-07-28 Thread Mike Cohen
In includes/conf.php make sure you defined the proper username password for the database: $db_url = mysql://drupal:[EMAIL PROTECTED]/drupal; Also make sure you created the database user, assigned a password to it, and granted all permissions for drupal.* to that user. On Monday, July 28, 2003,

Re: [hackers] Arrrrgggghhh! I need help...

2003-07-28 Thread Shannon Little
Did all that...I think it's in permissions somewhere. How should things be set for permissions? Maybe that's where my problem is. I know how to chmod, but I'm not all that clear on how different files should be set. On Monday, July 28, 2003, at 02:31 PM, Mike Cohen wrote: In includes/conf.php

RE: [hackers] Privacy control for profiles

2003-07-28 Thread zachary rosen
Yes, and authenticating users to log onto nodes would constitute vetting / hosting correct? -Zack On Mon, 28 Jul 2003, Zephyr Teachout wrote: Not quite! DFA is planning on running Deanster. We're just not vetting nodes or hosting them. No reason we can't link to them, map them, and push them

[hackers] RE: More on Deanster Participant Content

2003-07-28 Thread Zephyr Teachout
Sure, I think it might work. But there is a more basic role for Deanster, and the reason for its urgency (w/the idea of experimenting w/this functionality on top of it). People can't find eachother. Dean supporters in the same area can't find eachother. Dean supporters w/the same interests

Re: [hackers] RE: More on Deanster Participant Content

2003-07-28 Thread Ka-Ping Yee
On Mon, 28 Jul 2003, Zephyr Teachout wrote: Sure, I think it might work. But there is a more basic role for Deanster, and the reason for its urgency (w/the idea of experimenting w/this functionality on top of it). People can't find eachother. Dean supporters in the same area can't find

Re: [hackers] Deanster run at DFA

2003-07-28 Thread Jay R. Ashworth
On Mon, Jul 28, 2003 at 01:44:44PM -0400, Zephyr Teachout wrote: Just catching the tail end of this, but we're fully planning to run deanster, I've got the server space planned, and I'm looking to hire for someone to administer. So all we're doing is making sure its designed in a way we can

Re: [hackers] More on Deanster Participant Content

2003-07-28 Thread Jay R. Ashworth
On Mon, Jul 28, 2003 at 10:13:16AM -0700, Joshua Koenig wrote: The notion for this sprung from the fact that there's a wealth of ideas and content being created by the devotees of the Official Campaign Blog. Originally, I had thought of hacking Movable Type so that there would be a way for

Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-28 Thread Lynn Siprelle
I built this in after talking with Britt about the idea for future Howard Dean sites to include rotating volunteer statements as part of the design. That's funny, Zack and I were talking about something similar on AIM as part of the endorse module (but we kind of agreed to put it into

Re: [hackers] RE: More on Deanster Participant Content

2003-07-28 Thread Jay R. Ashworth
On Mon, Jul 28, 2003 at 02:41:44PM -0500, Jon Lebkowsky wrote: One other point about Deanster: you might get some flak from Friendster if you combine that concept with that name. The Friendster guys aren't necessarily Dean supporters. Zephyr, you might discuss with legal whether there's any

Re: [hackers] RE: More on Deanster Participant Content

2003-07-28 Thread Joshua Koenig
One other point about Deanster: you might get some flak from Friendster if you combine that concept with that name. The Friendster guys aren't necessarily Dean supporters. Zephyr, you might discuss with legal whether there's any exposure - obviously it's a great name but a legal hassle would

Re: [hackers] Deanster run at DFA

2003-07-28 Thread Joshua Koenig
Just catching the tail end of this, but we're fully planning to run deanster, I've got the server space planned, and I'm looking to hire for someone to administer. So all we're doing is making sure its designed in a way we can manage. There's a lot of projects we're going to build on this, and

Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-28 Thread Joshua Koenig
I built this in after talking with Britt about the idea for future Howard Dean sites to include rotating volunteer statements as part of the design. That's funny, Zack and I were talking about something similar on AIM as part of the endorse module (but we kind of agreed to put it into

RE: [hackers] RE: More on Deanster Participant Content

2003-07-28 Thread Zephyr Teachout
I don't really like deanster myself, but at least we all know what we mean :). We'll put up a naming thread later -- but keep coming up w/ideas! Z Zephyr Teachout Internet Organizing Outreach Dean for America [EMAIL PROTECTED] Meetup at http://www.deanforamerica.com/meetup Get local at

Re: [hackers] Deanster run at DFA

2003-07-28 Thread Jay R. Ashworth
On Mon, Jul 28, 2003 at 12:50:34PM -0700, Joshua Koenig wrote: Except that if you run the auth, then all sites have to be approved and vetted... or have I managed to completely misunderstand this whole thread, Zack? Well, it's debatable what it means. From my perspective it would just

Re: [hackers] Arrrrgggghhh! I need help...

2003-07-28 Thread Mike Cohen
Everything in /var/mysql is owned by user mysql with mode 660. The user table permissions are: mysql> select * from user;

Re: [hackers] RE: More on Deanster Participant Content

2003-07-28 Thread Joshua Koenig
Sure, I think it might work. But there is a more basic role for Deanster, and the reason for its urgency (w/the idea of experimenting w/this functionality on top of it). People can't find eachother. Dean supporters in the same area can't find eachother. Dean supporters w/the same interests can't

Re: [hackers] Fwd: User account details for joshk at Indiana for Dean

2003-07-28 Thread Jay R. Ashworth
On Sun, Jul 27, 2003 at 09:32:01PM -0700, Ka-Ping Yee wrote: On Sun, 27 Jul 2003, Jay R. Ashworth wrote: NNTP. You do realize that what we are doing is rebuilding much of what NNTP is supposed to do, don't you? Of course I do. That's precisely why I recommended you use the infrastructure

RE: [hackers] Site name considerations...

2003-07-28 Thread Aldon Hynes
Well, I've been off at a folk music festival all weekend. (It was a great time. I'll write more about it later at http://aldon.livejournal.com), so I'm just starting to catch up on the flood of emails. I have to say, Kurt's Map is VERY COOL! I look forward to other neat stuff with it. Aldon

[hackers] PHP hosting recommendations for DeanSpace?

2003-07-28 Thread CMR
We're ready to move on this but wanted to get everyone's input on a good php/mysql-friendly hosting outfit; we're looking at eitherhttp://www.neureal.com or http://www.ixwebhosting.com/currently; similar deals; we figure 20 gigs transfer a mon will be plenty; good

Re: [hackers] PHP hosting recommendations for DeanSpace?

2003-07-28 Thread Matthew Woodward
Speaking solely from personal experience, I've had EXTREMELY good luck with Dreamhost (http://www.dreamhost.com). Great features for the price, and I got an extremely speedy response the one time I had to call customer service. They also have a fantastic control panel that lets you mess with a

RE: [hackers] A current endorse dean page...

2003-07-28 Thread Aldon Hynes
Friendster?!?! Anyone else on Friendster? I am Aldon Hynes ([EMAIL PROTECTED]). Any supporter of the Governor is a friend of mine. I think Friendster is very significant in the development of community online. We need to be out in all the online communities building our frinedships and

RE: [hackers] RE: More on Deanster Participant Content

2003-07-28 Thread Jon Lebkowsky
On Mon, Jul 28, 2003 at 02:41:44PM -0500, Jon Lebkowsky wrote: One other point about Deanster: you might get some flak from Friendster if you combine that concept with that name. The Friendster guys aren't necessarily Dean supporters. Zephyr, you might discuss with legal whether there's

Re: [hackers] PHP hosting recommendations for DeanSpace?

2003-07-28 Thread John P. Hoke
I currently use PSekHosting.com and they are great ... I have a 20g transfer plan for like 179/year and up 20 domains (with unlimited subdomains and 20 mySQL dbs, etc) -John John P. Hoke [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://john.hoke.org My gpg public key is available at

RE: [hackers] Fwd: User account details for joshk at Indiana for Dean

2003-07-28 Thread Aldon Hynes
And Ryze... Who else is on Ryze? I'm ahynes1 there. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Joshua Koenig Sent: Saturday, July 26, 2003 7:02 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [hackers] Fwd: User account details for joshk at Indiana for Dean snip

Re: [hackers] PHP hosting recommendations for DeanSpace?

2003-07-28 Thread Neil Drumm
Multiple MySQL DBs would be rather nice. We could easily run multiple insances of Drupal then (our site, sample site, development site, sandboxes for developers). Also what will be the file access scheme? Will multiple developers be able to change files they control around like they can on the

Re: [hackers] PHP hosting recommendations for DeanSpace?

2003-07-28 Thread John P. Hoke
Neil, from their end I do not think it would be a problem... I currently am the only one with login to my filesystem but I am sure somethign could be worked out with them ... they do 'bend over backwards' alot for their customers :) John P. Hoke [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://john.hoke.org

Re: [hackers] PHP hosting recommendations for DeanSpace?

2003-07-28 Thread Matthew Woodward
Dreamhost also allows multiple (unlimited, actually) MySQL databases and you can configure your own database subdomains for administration through PHPMyAdmin (e.g. drupal.deanspace.com). You can have unlimited databases up to your account space, but they do track something called conueries,

[hackers] DeanSpace Goals

2003-07-28 Thread Zack Rosen
Think it would be possible if... * By Wednesday at the meeting we have found a host for DeanSpace * By Friday we are completely moved into the new site? * By the following Monday we are ready for the onslaught? Who is willing to help make this possible?

[hackers] deanspace domain

2003-07-28 Thread Ka-Ping Yee
I don't have a preference for .net or .org, but we have to pick one as the primary domain for people to cite. I've detected some preference for .org among others, though, so i'm going to assume we're going with that unless there is violent objection. My plan is to issue HTTP redirects from all

[hackers] Sunday IRC Meeting Notes / Transcript...

2003-07-28 Thread Zack Rosen
The transcript / outline of this past Sunday's IRC meeting are up on the wiki: Transcript: http://www.hack4dean.org/txt/chat7.txt Outline: http://www.hack4dean.org/phpwiki/index.php?SeventhIrcMeeting Topic List for Sunday, July 27th IRC Meeting Zack / DFA stuff Where are we on

[hackers] Event 0.3.2 released

2003-07-28 Thread Neil Drumm
Fixed a couple annoying things: for events to be in the upcoming events block or feed they had to be promoted and searching events by day searched in the server's timezone, not yours. If you happen to be upgrading only event.module changed. This should be the last release before 0.4 which will

[hackers] sidebar.module

2003-07-28 Thread Neil Drumm
Design Doc: http://www.hack4dean.org/phpwiki/index.php?sidebar This module will enable admins to create sidebars such as those on the right side of DFA's website and share elements using RSS. Zephyr: I would like to see at least three RSS 2.0 feeds from DFA: -hot items which admins will be

[hackers] Looking for Something more to do?

2003-07-28 Thread Zack Rosen
I put up a few new wiki task / pages. I also volunteered some people for them who I believe said they were interested in helping out. Here they are. Writing Installation Scripts http://www.hack4dean.org/phpwiki/index.php?InstallationScripting Writing Documentation for Admin / Install