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Home page customization for individual users?
Squishdot Posted by O'Shaughnessy Evans on Monday April 03, 09:38PM, 2000
from the venti-easy-mocha-mocha-with-whipped-cream-please dept.
I'm interesting in creating a weblog-style site for customers of the ISP where I work. Squishdot seems like a great solution (from what I've read so far). One feature that has recently become important is the ability to provide slightly different information depending on the customer. I imagine the login feature of slashcode would make this possible, and since Squishdot is modeled on that, I'd like to know if there's a similar feature available. Thanks.

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    Re: Home page customization for individual users?
    by Bryan Fordham on Thursday April 06, 08:34PM, 2000
    According to the RFC: The Road(Block) Ahead, that's slated for release 0.5. The pertinent section:

    Version 0.5 - ...

    Another major area of work planned for this release are user identification/customization features so that you can customize what and how users see the articles and what they can do with them.

    Though some people may be working on this already. I imagine so, really.

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    • Re: Home page customization for individual users?
      by Deano on Thursday April 06, 09:11PM, 2000
      Is anyone working on .5? I signed up for the mailing list, and I've poured over the Squish and Zope sites... Very little new stuff since November/December in general. It'd be nice if the developers could post regular progress reports, even if it's just a link to the latest CVS (ala Slashcode). I like Squish right now, and I'll keep using it where appropriate, but if I had some idea of when I could expect more, it'd put me at ease. I'd hate to switch to Slash now, especially because of the admin/install headaches for my sites where I'm not root.

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