Blorg

Postby Tenyaku on Sat May 26, 2001 6:46 am

I thought you might be interested in this, DJ, as a big Xanga 'blogger. I'm working on some 'blogging/community software to be coded in <a href="http://www.php.net">PHP4</a>. It will have many features of Xanga as well as complex mood meters - at each user's central page, they will be able to set their mood (happy or sad, angry or sympathetic, hot or cold, etc). Plus there will be other stuff. All this will be called Blorg.<P>I was just wondering if you had any ideas or suggestions for this project, I'm looking to make it as awesome and as feature-packed as possible.
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Postby Gravity on Mon May 28, 2001 5:16 am

The cool thinga bout Xanga is the Xtools and E-mail Posting. You can hit a special Xtools button that will pop up a window, let you type your log at anytime, and then remotely post it to your log. It's great, and saves time.- They have a new one where you can e-mail your logs in to, so you can do it from anywhere. That's cool too. Keep me posted on it.<P>------------------
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Postby Tenyaku on Wed May 30, 2001 4:30 am

That would be cool but authenticating users is hard enough as it is, dealing with something like that would be nearly impossible. I've been doing the register and login scripts for the past few days and that's a real nightmare - more than I expected. <P>Thanks for the suggestions though, I'll see what I can do.<P>-ten
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