[ZWeb] Not another ___Nuke site, please

Paul Everitt paul@eurozope.org
Mon, 13 Jan 2003 21:03:53 +0100

george donnelly wrote:
> [Jeffrey P Shell]
>>Yes.  Should you have to log in every time you open NZO just to avoid a
>>"Download Zope Here" piece of content?  Personalization is not worth
>>it, unless it's basically a way of allowing you to track product
>>releases that are of interest to you.  But at this point, we start
>>getting into the large-volume-of-user-data issue again.  I'd like to
>>keep that issue at bay for as long as possible in hopes that it will
>>make NZO easier to migrate to Zope 3.
> but the personalization would be excellent for the community site paul is
> proposing. one could choose which sites and/or topics he want to follow and
> get a box on his front page that shows all recent content that matches, etc.

I think Jeffrey can apply this point to our mutual understanding of 
Radio UserLand.  The ability to be you, and to digest stuff from 
elsewhere, add value, then put it back out, is one of the biggest things 
about blogging.

In fact, if zope.net covered blogging...

Crap, I won't go there.