[ANN]:www.myd2d.com is online!

A new Web2.0 site developed by rails from China has been published on
12/09/2006.

All major features of Web2.0 such as Ajax,Tag,RSS,Portel,etc, are
included.And it is a real single page application where forward,back are
no longer necessary. The website is designed to faciliate users to
exchange what they have with what they want. The essence of exchange is
the exchange of demands, that is, Demands-2-Demands. Hopefully, more
stories like the final possession of a villa through the exchange
process starting from a U-shaped pin will also take place @ myd2d.

Currently two languages are supported:English and Chinese. Other
languages will be available in future.

Comments and suggestions are mostly welcome and appreciated.

MYD2D
12-09-06

On 12 Sep 2006, at 15:21, myd2d wrote:

A new Web2.0 site developed by rails from China has been published on
12/09/2006.

I think you spelt [ADV] wrong in your subject line.

All major features of Web2.0 such as Ajax,Tag,RSS,Portel,etc, are
included.And it is a real single page application where
forward,back are
no longer necessary.

Oh dear. That’s not going to be very friendly to disabled people. In
fact, I just tried your site without javascript and nothing really
works at all. It’s very, very broken.

Kudos for putting your “We’re web 2.0” before telling us what your
site actually does though. :smiley:

The website is designed to faciliate users to
exchange what they have with what they want.

I have exuberance and want global tolerance. Will that work? :slight_smile:

The essence of exchange is the exchange of demands, that is,
Demands-2-Demands. Hopefully, more stories like the final
possession of a villa through the exchange process starting from a
U-shaped pin will also take place @ myd2d.

I think you mean ‘red paper-clip’ and to be honest, the town did it
as a jokey publicity stunt, but I get what you mean.

Currently two languages are supported:English and Chinese. Other
languages will be available in future.

The tags show an awful lot of chinese even when I’m in English mode.
Hope you can fix that.

Comments and suggestions are mostly welcome and appreciated.

Seriously, it’s obvious you’ve put a lot of work into it, and I hope
you can fix accessibility and make it a success.


Paul R.
http://vagueware.com

Paul R. wrote:

On 12 Sep 2006, at 15:21, myd2d wrote:

A new Web2.0 site developed by rails from China has been published on
12/09/2006.

I think you spelt [ADV] wrong in your subject line.

Thanks for reminding :smiley:

Oh dear. That’s not going to be very friendly to disabled people. In
fact, I just tried your site without javascript and nothing really
works at all. It’s very, very broken.
Hi,Robinson, a site of traditional style can easily satisfy all
people,however, i just want to try to work out a something special site
and therefore ajax and javascripts are everywhere.It is controversial
but deserved trying…

Kudos for putting your “We’re web 2.0” before telling us what your
site actually does though. :smiley:

The website is designed to faciliate users to
exchange what they have with what they want.

I have exuberance and want global tolerance. Will that work? :slight_smile:

I think you mean ‘red paper-clip’ and to be honest, the town did it
as a jokey publicity stunt, but I get what you mean.

The tags show an awful lot of chinese even when I’m in English mode.
Hope you can fix that.

This is because the tags come from information published by users,if u
click “Barter Location Change” and choose the corresponding
location,then only filtered information are displayed,currently all the
info are from CN,and they can be filtered in such a way.

Comments and suggestions are mostly welcome and appreciated.

Seriously, it’s obvious you’ve put a lot of work into it, and I hope
you can fix accessibility and make it a success.

Thanks for ur attention,before i decided to do such a web site,i am
totally new to web development. I benefited a lot from this forum,and
without the help of so many warm-hearted person here i can not finish
this website at all.

Paul R.
http://vagueware.com

Yingfeng
myd2d’s developer.

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