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From: David Buck
Subject: IRTC Status
Date: 7 Jan 2009 23:08:39
Message: <49657c47$1@news.povray.org>
Another IRTC status report.

We have a version of the IRTC site running on a server in test mode. 
I'm finishing up some Admin functions before we make the site live. Once 
the site is live, it will still be a month or two before we run the 
first contest.

We're also working to get Apache properly configured for interfacing to 
the Seaside application.

David Buck


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From: [GDS|Entropy]
Subject: Re: IRTC Status
Date: 2 Feb 2009 15:34:03
Message: <498758bb$1@news.povray.org>
Most excellent.
I'm glad to see this project is still going.
I still would have used .NET though. :-p

ian

"David Buck" <dav### [at] simberoncom> wrote in message 
news:49657c47$1@news.povray.org...
> Another IRTC status report.
>
> We have a version of the IRTC site running on a server in test mode. I'm 
> finishing up some Admin functions before we make the site live. Once the 
> site is live, it will still be a month or two before we run the first 
> contest.
>
> We're also working to get Apache properly configured for interfacing to 
> the Seaside application.
>
> David Buck
>


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From: David Buck
Subject: Re: IRTC Status
Date: 2 Feb 2009 21:02:01
Message: <4987a599$1@news.povray.org>
My motivations for doing this were:
	1) to gain experience with Seaside
	2) to create a public-facing web site to show Seaside in action
	3) to help the IRTC community

Doing it in .NET would defeat the first two points.  What I'm finding is 
that Seaside works really well for the parts of the application that are 
only accessible once you log in.  For this application, I want all the 
pages bookmarkable and Google-indexable.  This means you need REST-ful 
URLs which isn't the natural mode for Seaside to work in.  This slowed 
me down quite a bit while I figured that out.

That part works now and I'm working on some admin functions which don't 
require bookmarkable URLs and the development is much easier.

David Buck


[GDS|Entropy] wrote:
> Most excellent.
> I'm glad to see this project is still going.
> I still would have used .NET though. :-p
> 
> ian
> 
> "David Buck" <dav### [at] simberoncom> wrote in message 
> news:49657c47$1@news.povray.org...
>> Another IRTC status report.
>>
>> We have a version of the IRTC site running on a server in test mode. I'm 
>> finishing up some Admin functions before we make the site live. Once the 
>> site is live, it will still be a month or two before we run the first 
>> contest.
>>
>> We're also working to get Apache properly configured for interfacing to 
>> the Seaside application.
>>
>> David Buck
>>
> 
>


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From: BertusB
Subject: Re: IRTC Status
Date: 2 Mar 2009 17:30:01
Message: <web.49ac5d4b463ebb8fc0f22aa90@news.povray.org>
What was wrong with the "old" IRTC


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From: BertusB
Subject: Re: IRTC Status
Date: 2 Mar 2009 17:30:02
Message: <web.49ac5d9c463ebb8fc0f22aa90@news.povray.org>
I'm  glad to see that it is taken up again
chapeua pur le "Crew"


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