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Data website driven by taxonomy

Based on Ben's scattered thinking and compulsive note taking, we should create a website that will allow everyone in Agaric to post their raw data and connect them loosely with other data.



Current todo list items before this website can be made public widely publicized:



  • Design/Wireframe... too much data, needs to be displayed properly
  • Custom template for bookmarklet to minimize form
  • Provide RSS feeds that visitors can access in an obvious manner
    • Feeds by content type
    • Site-wide feed
    • Term feeds
    • Content type feeds
    • Faceted search feeds?
    • Advanced search feeds

  • Set up pathauto
  • Set up XML sitemap
  • Vim as a PHP IDE

    (domain not renewed as of 2010 Nov. 4 - )

    Once it's set up right, you can use :make % to check your PHP syntax before loading the code in a browser.

    See also:

    Being Agaric

    You have to want to do amazing things with Drupal. You have to be dreaming big.

    Forget Drupal (OK, not really). An Agaric has passion for doing what is right for the web, and for the collective, for the people of the world off the web, too.

    Building a company is a lot of work; building a collective company may be harder. None of us want to knock ourselves out only so someone can make money. That's great but if that's your primary goal, there are lots of opportunities out there in Drupal right now.

    Typography resources

    Periodic Table of Typefaces. [mostly for fun] - a Zen subtheme with the Mark Boulton touch. [I have to confess I don't get what's so much better]

    Setup an Ubuntu Development Environment the Agaric Way

    Update: See Installing Drubuntu

    Use the following commands to set up a development environment on Ubuntu (8.10).

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