This website is composed of information connected through taxonomy. It is simultaneously a proof-of-concept and a means to allow Agaric to share and store information both within the collective and the world as part of our open documentation philosophy.

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This website is composed of information connected through taxonomy. It is simultaneously a proof-of-concept and a means to allow Agaric to share and store information both within the collective and the world as part of our open documentation philosophy.

I'm getting to like this Unix command line style stuff

Here's one that I did without having to look up the code:

scp -r [email protected]:/var/www/drupal-5-live/profiles/agaric_starter agaric_starter

Pull down to my computer the installation profile that may or may not be saved elsewhere...

InternetBar.org Institute- taking over a Moodle site

Thanks Ed.

We probably would be best served by a backup of the MySQL database and
knowing which version of Moodle is running. We don't run Plesk (or any non
open source software) on our servers. As it's a control panel designed to
section off parts of a server from one another, perhaps we could be given
the login and export the database ourselves.

If you want, I can contact Chris Burbul about this directly.

Thanks Ed.

We probably would be best served by a backup of the MySQL database and
knowing which version of Moodle is running. We don't run Plesk (or any non
open source software) on our servers. As it's a control panel designed to
section off parts of a server from one another, perhaps we could be given
the login and export the database ourselves.

If you want, I can contact Chris Burbul about this directly.

I'm not sure I mentioned on the phone, though I meant to, that social change
is very much in our aim also-- specifically to help all people have the most
control possible over their own lives. This is to me a practical

I've run out of e-mail clients to switch to

thunderbird bugzilla message lost
index corrupted
e-mail data loss

e-mail folders moved

email blank move

folder drag and drop

lost e-mail

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=368112

Waiting for Chandler.

InternetBar.org main site vision

I'd like to suggest we do a splash page like the one at www.bigmind.org. It doesn't need to look like that one of course, but the functional challenge we have right now in my opinion is we are failing to create proper context to diverse sets of people whom we want to attract to the site for very different reasons. They are: sponsors, members, contributors to specific projects and customers for courses and later certifications.

I'd like to suggest we do a splash page like the one at www.bigmind.org. It doesn't need to look like that one of course, but the functional challenge we have right now in my opinion is we are failing to create proper context to diverse sets of people whom we want to attract to the site for very different reasons. They are: sponsors, members, contributors to specific projects and customers for courses and later certifications.

The result, in my opinion, is a home page in which there is too much happening and none of it can be tied together contextually. By analogy, we are like a book with many diverse chapters and we're trying to explain, highlight and attract readers to all these chapters at the same time. Instead, we need a title page so to speak. We need to flow people easily and quickly to the parts of the site that they'll be focused on.

Hierarchical Free Tagging

CMT can also be used simply as "hierarchical free tagging"

And potentially as community-assigning, but not creating, terms.

CMT can also be used simply as "hierarchical free tagging"

And potentially as community-assigning, but not creating, terms.

Dead end: super-complicated forms

For the community managed taxonomy node form user interface, I need either multiple forms one after another (probably best) or a crazy way to parse one form with multiple buttons that, by virtue of what button is pressed alone, do different things.

That plan would involve calling each form element's parent by what sort of submit I want, e.g. $form['endorse_placement']

and doing crazy stuff on the result to turn the array of variables in this into a bunch of strings with the variable names

Use the compact function

For the community managed taxonomy node form user interface, I need either multiple forms one after another (probably best) or a crazy way to parse one form with multiple buttons that, by virtue of what button is pressed alone, do different things.

That plan would involve calling each form element's parent by what sort of submit I want, e.g. $form['endorse_placement']

and doing crazy stuff on the result to turn the array of variables in this into a bunch of strings with the variable names

Use the compact function

http://us.php.net/manual/en/function.compact.php

no, no, no. Multiple forms on a page.

Yet another resolved existential crisis

current existential crisis (actually this was a while ago)

  1. which name to use -- how to make top-chosen name easily available for proposed term hierarchies

as an extra column in term_hierarchy? Done. For both name and weight, there's a "faked" table called cmt_term_data that does nothing but hold the top results from cmt_term_name and cmt_term_weight.

  1. how/when do terms in a hierarchy get created? Immediately.

current existential crisis (actually this was a while ago)

  1. which name to use -- how to make top-chosen name easily available for proposed term hierarchies

as an extra column in term_hierarchy? Done. For both name and weight, there's a "faked" table called cmt_term_data that does nothing but hold the top results from cmt_term_name and cmt_term_weight.

  1. how/when do terms in a hierarchy get created? Immediately.

PHP4 limitation- cannot do foreach by reference

This currently slightly ugly code in the function cmt_get_hierarchies() is required because PHP4 can't handle references in a foreach:

<pre>
  reset($hierachies);
  while (list($key, $value) = each($hierarchies)) {
    $hierarchy =& $hierarchies[$key];
    array_reverse($hierarchy);
  }
</pre>

For PHP5 only it will be possible to do this-- so save this page for upgrading to Drupal 6!

This currently slightly ugly code in the function cmt_get_hierarchies() is required because PHP4 can't handle references in a foreach:

<pre>
  reset($hierachies);
  while (list($key, $value) = each($hierarchies)) {
    $hierarchy =& $hierarchies[$key];
    array_reverse($hierarchy);
  }
</pre>

For PHP5 only it will be possible to do this-- so save this page for upgrading to Drupal 6!

<pre>
  foreach($hierarchies AS &$hierarchy) {
    array_reverse($hierarchy);
  }
</pre>

From http://us2.php.net/foreach

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blockquote>joaohbruni at yahoo dot com dot br

taxonomy_get_parents_all doesn't retain hierarchy info

As taxonomy_get_parents_all does not preserve the relationships between parents -- it provides all parent terms in a flat array -- I need to create a new function for showing the hierarchy of chosen and suggested terms on community-managed taxonomy below-the-node forms.

As taxonomy_get_parents_all does not preserve the relationships between parents -- it provides all parent terms in a flat array -- I need to create a new function for showing the hierarchy of chosen and suggested terms on community-managed taxonomy below-the-node forms.

CMT module and providing hooks: none at the moment

If anyone wants hooks for my saving and editing of the community-managed portion of vocabularies, or anywhere else for that matter, I'll gladly do that.

I can put in custom hooks everywhere, but as I don't see any use for hooks anywhere, I shall put them nowhere.

If anyone wants hooks for my saving and editing of the community-managed portion of vocabularies, or anywhere else for that matter, I'll gladly do that.