First: Thanks to Garvin and the team
for this superb
piece of software.
Secondly: Thanks to the community
developers) for driving the development.
Great suggestions already
. I comment some and add
carl_galloway wrote: ... Also, the static pages
plugin has become way too complex compared to regular
posts, all those settings can make static pages really
hard to learn for newbies...
I have the plugin installed, but didn't use it so far,
becasue I did'nt want to play around for hours (I would
not consider myself a newbie, just someone, who wants
to get any job done quickly. Docu for that stuff
definitely would help (as a minimum).
carl_galloway wrote:...With the mulitlingual plugin
and posts, I'd love to see these show up in the 'edit
entries' page without having to first go into the
default language and then change the language. I know
this might be a lot of work but it would help make s9y
into more of a multilingual cms instead of just a
S9Y is developed in Europe, therefore, I think it makes
perfectly sense to improve usabiity and features for
multi lingual support.Mobile device support
Something I see coming is the need for ubiquitos device
support a lá CC/PP (Composite Capabilities/Preference
Profiles) with different sets of templates. (I did not
digg into it on how well that is supported so far or
what a workaround could be).
Same URLs, but templates served based on
browser/medium (whatever) detection.
E.g. full fledged with two sidebars versus mobile with
just the header and main content.
TKS wrote:Having timed entries would be cool as
You can pre-date entries in Serendipity since version 0.2
And you can use the "outdate entry" plugin to unpublish those entries, if you want.
Didn't know of the outdate entry plugin.
Anyway, the problme is that certain functions are not
perfomed, when you
publish a post with a future date. (Let's assume it
doesn't show until its time has come)
- pings are not sent
- no trackbacks sent
- sitemap not updated
- and maybe more 'pluged-in' functions not performed.
Any solution to that?
Probably something like a queue that hold those tasks
and a cron-job that checks on a regular basis, if a new
post has gone live in the meantime.
tpost wrote:*Internal podcast support (this could be
done through a plugin)
Perhaps making a distinction between a post and a
That sounds interesting, but isn't it better to have
your podcast spread via one of the many podcast
directories? (I guess I sshould have read about the
podcast format first)
PHP code insertion
Last but not least, I'd love to be able to occasionally
add PHP code in the entry or sidebar for things that I
Maybe there is already a solution for this.
Summary Archive across years
An Archive view that shows all posts sorted by
descending date in the summary mode (just date, title,
Paginated, if more then #MAX# entries.
That's it for now.