OT: No More Servers
pete at lcsql.com
Sat Jul 18 18:12:17 CEST 2015
I get a daily digest of the forum postings by email. It works quite well
with a one line summary of each post at the top which you can click on to
get to the post further down the email. The email also has links to the
post on the forum itself.
The only downside I've found is that if there are a lot of posts, the one
line list shows them all but the some of the later posts are not in the
email. That could be a function of how I read my emails (Google Inbox)
rather a forum issue.
On Sat, Jul 18, 2015 at 7:18 AM Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com>
> David Bovill wrote:
> > By the way I think I'm not paying enough attention to the Forum's
> > - there is an API / Livecode stack for interfacing with information
> > there?
> I just use a Web browser, though I also have a process that grabs and
> distills the RSS feed periodically throughout the day.
> For browsing, I've bookmarked the "New Posts" link so when I arrive I
> see only the most recent activity.
> For RSS, the options are very flexible. Every section of the forums has
> their own RSS feed, and there's a master feed for the forums as a whole
> in the upper-right of the page:
> There's also an email subscription option, but I haven't used it so if
> that's of interest we'll have to rely on the experience of others here
> who have.
> There may be other options as well. The forums use PHPBB, which is
> fairly robust and reasonably flexible.
> > Also do we have a chat / irc channel or equivalent? Not the lovely
> > chatrev - something that developers in other languages can easily
> > hop into and out of?
> Most FOSS projects I know use IRC extensively, but that doesn't seem a
> popular option in our community. Never too late to start, though.
> There are many IRC clients, though surprisingly few attractive ones.
> But even the ones readily available aren't entirely unusable, and IRC
> itself is very useful.
> Richard Gaskin
> Fourth World Systems
> Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
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