Radiant @ RailsConf

Since it’s been brought up; if any of you are interested at meeting up
at RailsConf (even if just to say “hello” and get acquainted) a good
idea might be to signup on the new RailsConf Facebook
(http://facebook.railsconf.org/) and tag yourself ‘radiant’-- that way
we can at least recognize each other.

I’ll be there from the 21st-25th if anyone is interested in meeting.

Cheers,
Bruce

http://codefluency.com

Bruce W. wrote:

Since it’s been brought up; if any of you are interested at meeting up
at RailsConf (even if just to say “hello” and get acquainted) a good
idea might be to signup on the new RailsConf Facebook
(http://facebook.railsconf.org/) and tag yourself ‘radiant’-- that way
we can at least recognize each other.

I’ve decided on Thursday afternoon right after lunch. This will be one
of those “self organizing” activities that is not on the schedule.

Please add yourself to the facebook if you can be there.


John L.
http://wiseheartdesign.com

How did the meet-up go? I didn’t get here (Chicago) until 4 PM.

Sorry I missed you guys,
[email protected]

[email protected] McCray wrote:

How did the meet-up go? I didn’t get here (Chicago) until 4 PM.

It was great. Fairly low key. About 10-15 people came and I did a small
demo.


John L.
http://wiseheartdesign.com

On Jun 22, 2006, at 11:29 PM, John W. Long wrote:

[email protected] McCray wrote:

How did the meet-up go? I didn’t get here (Chicago) until 4 PM.

It was great. Fairly low key. About 10-15 people came and I did a
small
demo.

John, that was a great demo yesterday. I’ve already started
exploring the use of xmlrpc for posting content. I’m only concerned
with blog entries, but I’m sure someone else could use it for other
tasks.

-bryan

On Jun 23, 2006, at 5:23 PM, John W. Long wrote:

I’m glad you enjoyed the demo. Do you think that you could implement
this as a plugin? It would give people a chance to test it before
inclusion into the core.

As soon as the conference is done, and I return to the real world,
I’ll start on the plugin for this.

Bryan L. wrote:

John, that was a great demo yesterday. I’ve already started
exploring the use of xmlrpc for posting content. I’m only concerned
with blog entries, but I’m sure someone else could use it for other
tasks.

I’m glad you enjoyed the demo. Do you think that you could implement
this as a plugin? It would give people a chance to test it before
inclusion into the core.


John

Bryan wrote:

Has anyone developed a way to interface with Radiant through XMLRPC?

Not that I’m aware of.


John L.
http://wiseheartdesign.com

Hello,

Has anyone developed a way to interface with Radiant through XMLRPC?

Thanks,

Bryan

Bryan L. wrote:

On Jun 23, 2006, at 5:23 PM, John W. Long wrote:

I’m glad you enjoyed the demo. Do you think that you could implement
this as a plugin? It would give people a chance to test it before
inclusion into the core.

As soon as the conference is done, and I return to the real world,
I’ll start on the plugin for this.

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On 2-nov-2006, at 22:02, Bryan wrote:

Hello,

Has anyone developed a way to interface with Radiant through XMLRPC?

Thanks,

Bryan

This would be very welcome. I was just trying (only 10 minutes ago)
te see whether I could access Radiant with the Textmate blogging
bundle, which (if I’m not mistaken) is not possible yet.

robert.
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On Nov 2, 2006, at 4:12 PM, le colibri wrote:

Bryan

This would be very welcome. I was just trying (only 10 minutes ago)
te see whether I could access Radiant with the Textmate blogging
bundle, which (if I’m not mistaken) is not possible yet.

robert.

I started down the road in doing this, and then found that I didn’t
want to use Radiant as a blogging engine. Radiant is a CMS, and I
decided to leave blogging duty up to a more suited piece of software
(ie Typo).

My current conquests are leading me down the road to seeing how I can
replace a Drupal setup with Radiant.
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