from the ok-what-do-I-do-now dept.
I've got a working Squishdot installation (feel free to check it out); now I have a few comments.
First off, let me say I love Squishdot. After debugging my Zope installation (on a Debian Linux box), I had a working Squishdot site in about an hour or so (the hard part was adding the graphics). I'm impressed!
Now that I've figured out the security settings for articles and replies (on Options, not Security... d'oh), I don't have any pressing concerns. If I actually get my site off the ground (i.e. find someone willing to host it... I can't afford a dedicated line and the university will be upset if I run a "real site" off their backbone), I'd like to enhance the Squishdot engine in the following ways:
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