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Reply # 31198 21-Mar-2006 19:17
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bradstewart:

One other thing that is needed.... when we see a list of our blog posts, it shows all posts including those that are no longer shown. It is possible to differentiate between those that are showing and those that are not? Would be very handy


This is done - all posts with the "Display" box unchecked will show in red.




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Reply # 31234 21-Mar-2006 22:58
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Another great blog feature, now i just need to use it more


 
 
 
 


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Reply # 31303 22-Mar-2006 16:28
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Hey Mauricio, is there something wrong with the blogs? I just posted a new post and it's showing in the list of posts under my profile but not showing on the blog!



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Reply # 31305 22-Mar-2006 16:34
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I am on the street now but all seem to be working fine. Perhaps you could check start date is not in the future for this post?




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Reply # 31307 22-Mar-2006 16:40
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Yeah that sorted it out, not sure why it had a future date, maybe I scrolled the dropdown list accidentatly.

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Reply # 31308 22-Mar-2006 16:42
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Forgot to update timezones for Daylight saving?




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Reply # 31377 23-Mar-2006 14:36
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I've added a [Delete] checkbox for comments - I've noticed there are already some spam comments (of course not authenticated because the poster used a fake e-mail address) but I got annoyed on seeing the red number indicating non-approved comments.

So now you can "delete" (actually is just hides, I still keep track of all data) the comment and it will not be seen in the list as "waiting moderation".







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Reply # 31431 24-Mar-2006 18:05
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I feel your pain, and that's only when the people behind a platform effectively use it... I noticed that posting a reply comment on your own blog was pain, forcing Geekzone Blog users to go through the moderation process, even though the owner is a "trusted" person.

Because of that I've coded furiously (ok, probably about three lines), and if you are logged in to Geekzone while posting a comment in your own Geekzone Blog it will automatically go into Confirmed/Display status, showing immediately on your blog.

Hope this helps people communicate even better with their readers!







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Reply # 31652 28-Mar-2006 13:02
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Question about tags: does anyone want them, linking to Technorati (as standard in other blogs)?





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Reply # 31661 28-Mar-2006 14:06
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No, i dont see any need to link tags to technorati...




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Reply # 31665 28-Mar-2006 16:36
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probably not a bad idea, tho I never tried using them before...

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Reply # 32035 2-Apr-2006 22:08
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http://www.geekzone.co.nz/blogindex.asp

Could this list be ordered such that the most recently updated blog appears first, or perhaps if it stays in alphabetical to have the last post date/time indicated?




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Reply # 33942 26-Apr-2006 11:40
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Would you guys use a "post via e-mail" feature if available?

This way posts could be done from almost anywhere, no special client or browser needed...




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Reply # 33949 26-Apr-2006 12:05
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freitasm: Would you guys use a "post via e-mail" feature if available?

This way posts could be done from almost anywhere, no special client or browser needed...


I would if I ever went anywhere, but that sounds like an awesome feature to have

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Reply # 33950 26-Apr-2006 12:05
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freitasm: Would you guys use a "post via e-mail" feature if available?

This way posts could be done from almost anywhere, no special client or browser needed...

Can I get an Amen?

AMEN (With a capital "Hell yes")

Would be nice if it used the subject line for a 'posting' password (to avoid spoof postings), line one of the body to be the post title, and respect quote tags etc?

Also ignoring anything after (and including) "--" (no quotes), means that it would automatically ignore signatures from clients that start their sig with two dashes (a la Gmail etc).

Just my 2 cents... :-P




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