I hate going dark when I told people I'd be delivering things. Here's
the latest status on the IRTC site.
I have a version working but Chris Cason has requested (and reasonably
so) that the URL's for the site be bookmarkable and Google indexable
until you login with a userid and password. Seaside's default is the
opposite - it puts a session id and a page id into the URL and session
id's time out after a while.
While there's work going on in the next version of Seaside to make it
easier to make pages bookmarkable, it's currently a bit of a pain. I
know the technique and I have the first few pages working with no funny
business in the URL, but it will take a bit of time to complete.
On top of that, I've been given a high priority project which will take
all of my spare time until the end of September, so I won't be able to
get back to it until October.
I'll keep you informed on how things are going as they proceed.
David Buck wrote:
> I'll keep you informed on how things are going as they proceed.
It's been said before, but large thanks for your work. I'm sure I'm only
one of many looking forward to the Reborn IRTC.
David Cuny wrote:
>> so I won't be able to get back to it until October.> > Any update information?> >
I got bogged down with work for a while.
Before launching the IRTC site live, Chris Cason requested that the site
have bookmarkable and Google-indexable URL's. This is somewhat
unnatural for the Seaside framework and it took me quite some time to
figure out how to do it properly. That's mostly working now. I'm
putting up a test site on a different URL tonight for our internal testing.
I still need to implement some adminstration pages and the submission
process needs to be looked at again with the new structure.
This time, I'm not going to offer any timeframes. I'm working on it.
Sorry for the delays.
> This time, I'm not going to offer any timeframes. I'm working on it.
Thanks for the update.
Posting any sort of feedback (including "I'm swamped with work and haven't been
able to do anything") is helpful.