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Date: Mon, 2 Nov 2009 23:19:25 +0100
Subject: Re: [phpc-projects] Re: Features and functionality
From: Cal Evans <c...@calevans.com>
I'm +1 for OpenID optional. it's not widely enough supported to make
it only. (IMHO)
Gravitars is a nice shiny but not a must, have in my book.
On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 10:04 PM, Paul Dragoonis <dragoo...@gmail.com> wrote=
> For authentication module how about OpenID only? or Optional OpenID.
> What about gravatar for logged in users too, and maybe a stripped down
> (clean) style of ReCaptcha!
> Reuse of centralised services like the above would also show our
> support as a "community" towards existing services.
> Anyone wanna +1 me on that? :-)
> Paul Dragoonis.
> On Nov 2, 6:21=A0pm, lig <ligja...@netscape.net> wrote:
>> Another idea beign thrown out there that maybe mashs up dopplr/tripit,
>> speakers list with the UGs. =A0Many of us travel a bit for things - it
>> would be nice to let the local UG people know who/what speaker is in
>> town *before* they show up and if they are willing to give a talk to
>> the group... helps the UG have to organize speakers, allows visitors
>> to get to meet the group and can let beginner speakers have more
>> chances to do a talk outside their home user group.
>> On Nov 1, 6:49 pm, Paul Dragoonis <dragoo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > How about this for a module ?
>> > It's been touched on but i'd like to be specific.
>> > The PHP Conferences around the world, I feel for the whole world that
>> > can't make it, we should have video recording, just like Google do on
>> > GoogleVideo/Youtube.
>> > Those videos get millions of hits and i for one, living in scotland,
>> > would highly benefit from those as a lot of the conf's are far far
>> > away.
>> > I'm aware that some of the recent Conf's have audio recordings, but
>> > they get a bit dry and you're soon distracted onto things visually.
>> > Any comments for a "Conferences" module.
>> > This would include.
>> > 1) Audio
>> > 2) video (optional)
>> > 3) Demonstrations (PC recordings. Replication of conference demos)
>> > 4) Minutes/Notes of the meeting with web-links mentioned.
>> > Any thoughts please ?
>> > Thanks.
>> > Paul Dragoonis.
>> > On Nov 1, 10:30 pm, Davey Shafik <dsha...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > > +1 to the list
>> > > +1 to joind.in
>> > > +1 to creating a resource for newbie speakers to get started.
>> > > I think if someone has a topic they want to speak on, and a UG wants
>> > > to hear it, it makes the experience easier for
>> > > the speaker. Especially as if they're local'ish the speaker may
>> > > already know the people =97 or can attend a meeting
>> > > or two prior to the talk to get to know them.
>> > > - Davey
>> > > On Nov 1, 2009, at 04:20 PM, Rafael Dohms wrote:
>> > > > +1 on the list
>> > > > + on tying in to joind.in
>> > > > but i would like to see the list have both experienced and non-
>> > > > experienced speakers, and a way to tell them apart. Part of our
>> > > > efforts here in the PHPSP group is to get new peopl to become
>> > > > speakers, so we usually open up our meetings to these people.. so
>> > > > the can dry-run their talks and then submit to larger conferences.
>> > > > Maybe having a ProSpeakers and a WannaSpeak list might help local
>> > > > groups find more people.
>> > > > Rafael Machado Dohms
>> > > >http://www.rafaeldohms.com.br
>> > > > Sent from Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil
>> > > > On Sun, Nov 1, 2009 at 17:25, Michelangelo van Dam
>> > > > <drago...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > > > Is Chris added to this list ?
>> > > > On 01 Nov 2009, at 19:49, D. Keith Casey Jr. wrote:
>> > > > > Cal Evans wrote:
>> > > > >> I'm +1 the speakers list. Do we qualify members or just allow
>> > > > >> anyone to sign up?
>> > > > > +1 to Cal's +1 of Elizabeth's idea.
>> > > > > Ideally, we could tie into something like Joind.in to get a widg=
>> > > > > showing a
>> > > > > score, previous presentations, or something like that. =A0No nee=
>> > > > > duplicate
>> > > > > the data...
>> > > > > kc
>> > > > > --
>> > > > > D. Keith Casey, Jr.
>> > > > > CEO, CaseySoftware, LLC
>> > > > >http://CaseySoftware.com-Hidequoted text -
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