[isf-wifidog] Customising portal
max.horvath at maxspot.de
Mar 4 Avr 13:25:02 EDT 2006
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Benoit is working on that ... as i said it is one of *THE* top-
priorities ;) ...
Benjamin Crulli wrote:
> By the way, is there anyone currently working on profiles ?
> I would just suggest trying to implement (if possible) centralized
> information as an option that will save "early adopters" the hassle of
> filling yet another profile ....
> Some of these include the Friend Of A Friend project, vcards...
> On 4/3/06, Max Horváth <max.horvath at maxspot.de> wrote:
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>> User profiles is one of *THE* top-priorities and is going to be
>> implemented pretty fast ...
>> Cheers, Max!
>> Am 02.04.2006 um 05:33 schrieb Maya Wiseman:
>>> Two thoughts (1 cent each):
>>> 1. Privacy: At least in the commercial sector, if a user has to
>>> reveal their location to the world (i.e. can't remain 'invisible')
>>> in order to use a service, not so viable.
>>> 2. Social software: characterised by user's ability to give
>>> 'meaningful' imputs to the system. If soc. soft. is still part of
>>> the mandate then it's important, in principle, to allow
>>> applications that rely on identifying users to plug in.
>>>> because user profiles (namely whether someone wants to notify
>>>> that they're logged in or not) hasn't been implemented. It
>>>> woudln't be
>>>> hard to implement this. However, I would like to see it
>>>> like NodeLists, except have it be a UserList class.
>>>> Any Thoughts?
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