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Tom Glod tom at
Wed Jul 8 16:34:52 EDT 2020


I love your suggestions, I also have some questions about some of the
things you mentioned. I'm totally down to hearing more of your thoughts on
a project like this.

I'm not married to the name..... but whenever I see that I own the domain I
am reminded of this somewhat glaring need.

Maybe my ideas at this point are have been simplistic....I have advanced
knowledge and experience in WordPress,.... it has everything thats needed
to make a successful site that can scale to a decent number of users.  ....
it would be hard to convince me to spend time building things in order to
have a site that has custom funtionality for what we need.

So what I'm saying is I don't know if thats compatible with federated
websites using docker containers.....but I take it, the docker containers
can have wordpress on them.

Lets do the zoom call David..... send me an invite ...... wednesday,
thursday,friday  work for me ..... at most times ... except before noon est
on wednesday!


Tom (tom at

On Wed, Jul 8, 2020 at 4:02 PM Alex Tweedly via use-livecode <
use-livecode at> wrote:

> On 08/07/2020 06:30, Richard Gaskin via use-livecode wrote:
> > LC Ltd loves guest content in their blog,
> Really ?  There's been *one* guest blog post in the last 2 years - maybe
> they need to push harder for contributions.
> > and additions to the Lessons and docs.  The nice thing about making
> > contributions with the core project is they keep the
> > highest-possible-ranking site looking fresh, while also reducing work
> > for the author.
> Yep!
> So the answer for me is clear - I should write a (potential) blog post
> for the Livecode Blog, and offer ti to Heather. It may not be up to
> their standards - but at least I'll have tried.
> OK, off I go to write up my little "Them are beads!" project.
> Alex.
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