Re: [Zope-dev] Re: Discussion Story Building Mediums

2000-11-11 Thread Michael Bernstein
Chris Withers wrote: Michael Bernstein wrote: After some more thought, I realized that this really needs to be a three-way gateway betrween a mailing list, a 'blog, and a newsgroup. I'm all up for doing the mailing list/weblog type bits but I have no idea how news _works_ and how

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: Discussion Story Building Mediums

2000-11-10 Thread Chris Withers
Michael Bernstein wrote: After some more thought, I realized that this really needs to be a three-way gateway betrween a mailing list, a 'blog, and a newsgroup. I'm all up for doing the mailing list/weblog type bits but I have no idea how news _works_ and how it could be integrated into the

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: Discussion Story Building Mediums

2000-10-02 Thread Chris Withers
Michael Bernstein wrote: It seems to me that there is a potential 'bridge' between the mailing lists and the wikis - The mailing list archives! snip details I like this idea a lot :-) Hmm, if ZDiscussions and the mailing lists were gatewayed into each other, that would get you a much

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: Discussion Story Building Mediums

2000-10-02 Thread Michael Bernstein
Chris Withers wrote: Michael Bernstein wrote: It seems to me that there is a potential 'bridge' between the mailing lists and the wikis - The mailing list archives! snip details I like this idea a lot :-) After some more thought, I realized that this really needs to be a three-way

[Zope-dev] Re: Discussion Story Building Mediums

2000-09-15 Thread Ken Manheimer
*This message was transferred with a trial version of CommuniGate(tm) Pro* On Fri, 15 Sep 2000, Chris Withers wrote: Ken Manheimer wrote: Convenient for what? If you've ever tried to support a community through a mailling list, you'll quickly notice that questions, and their

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: Discussion Story Building Mediums

2000-09-15 Thread Michael Bernstein
Ken Manheimer wrote: Clearly, i agree that the absence of those things in the wiki is a problem - i state that directly in the "problems to be addressed" section! *The* thing to understand here is that we're currently in a position where neither wikis nor maillists, in themselves, provide