[www-features] Re: about promoting features on indy.org
john at manifestor.org
Mon Apr 18 09:21:38 PDT 2005
i'll have a look at resolving this...but for the meantime i assume a
work around was found.
one question which isn't technical and which I can't answer is whether we want
promoted local feature "Read More" links to go to indymedia.org or to the
On Mon, Apr 18, 2005 at 02:54:20AM -0700, bradley at riseup.net wrote:
> hey john,
> i just sent this to www-tech... but that was before i joined the list.
> i'm sure this will get to you twice now, but i wanted to make sure.
> * * *
> hello www-tech,
> there was a problem or two when i tried to promote a local feature from
> san diego imc.
> Fighting for Free Radio in Mexico City
> article #114465
> This article can be found (hidden) in the Promoted Local Feature section.
> I was able to promote the article, but only the abstract was syndicated,
> not the full body of the feature. This would have been ok if the 'read
> more' link pointed to the full article on san diego indymedia, yet it
> linked to indymedia.org, where the full article was not available and
> there was not a link to the article on san diego imc. but, there was a
> link to sd-imc's homepage. This was the first 'promoted local feature.'
> On www.indymedia.us, 'promoted local features' direct people to the URL
> on the local IMC where the feature came from, but i was told me in IRC
> that there was a plan to have full syndication (abstract, body, images)
> from local IMCs to Indymedia.org. There are definate pros and cons to
> this plan! But overall, I'd say full syndication is a good idea......
> Also, when i uploaded an image to the 'promoted local feature', it came
> up as broken. perhaps i just needed to wait longer.... but i'm pretty
> sure it was broken, cuz it did not take long at all for the image to
> appear when i used the same image uploading method on the 'feature'
> verrsion of the article (which can be found on the front of
> indymedia.org, and the 'read more' links to indymedia.org)
this is where my public key can be found:
gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 03817826
Key fingerprint = 6C11 8D70 2ADE EFA9 498D 72CB 77EA 391A 0381 7826
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