[MojoMojo] Ideas about notification

Marcus Ramberg marcus at nordaaker.com
Wed Nov 25 21:58:44 GMT 2009

On Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 9:16 PM, Rob Hoelz <rob at hoelzro.net> wrote:
> Am Nov 25, 2009 um 12:12 schrieb Marcus Ramberg <marcus at nordaaker.com>:
>> On Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 1:33 PM, hoelzro <rob at hoelzro.net> wrote:
>>> Hello, MojoMojo!
>>> I'm an ambitious young developer who's been using MojoMojo for quite some
>>> time now, and I figured that I should put my Perl and Catalyst skills to
>>> good use outside the workplace and contribute to a project as great as
>>> MojoMojo.
>> That's excellent news for us :-)
>>> Now that my introduction is out of the way, onto my ideas about
>>> notification.  I was looking at the issue pertaining to notification
>>> (http://github.com/marcusramberg/mojomojo/issues#issue/49), and I like
>>> the
>>> "More Difficult" option, where anyone can subscribe to a page's changes.
>>>  I
>>> have some ideas on how to expand upon that:
>>> - How about a recursive watch, so a user can monitor all page changes
>>> under
>>> a certain namespace?  This would allow admins to monitor the whole MM
>>> instance without much hassle.
>> How would this differ from an RSS feed of recent page edits?
> Well, the only real use of the feature would be for people who want to
> receive e-mail instead of using RSS, and also for only monitoring subtrees
> (ie. /development).

The RSS feeds support monitoring subtrees already, so it's only useful
for people who hate RSS I guess :)


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