[lively-kernel] Lively Challenges
fbornhofen at googlemail.com
Wed Nov 9 17:52:55 CET 2011
Hi Jens -
should we add a 'wishlist' category to trac? If we do, we would link
to it from 'getting started' ...
We already have a '7 fun things to do with LK' page, how about '7
things to do with LK that would actually be useful for everybody' :).
I like that, it's a great way to get people involved.
On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 8:43 AM, Jens Lincke
<jens.lincke at hpi.uni-potsdam.de> wrote:
> Dear List,
> if there are some people on the list who would like to do some fun project with Lively but don't know what to do...
> Here are two ideas. These should be rather simple but at the same time fun and pretty much standard.
> A Lively Blog:
> - We have our journaling morphs for quite a long time, they are nice but a problem is, that the content is pretty much
> bound to the Morphs. Why not build a part that stores and retrieves its text contents from a CouchDB?
> Comments should also be very easy and one would not have to save the page (and run into conflicts) by
> commenting? It's not the typical lively way to do it but I think it is not so far away of how a normal web programmer
> would approach such a problem.
> A Lively Chat:
> The same idea of using a third mean to store and distribute data.... a nodejs server or couchdb app.
> Should be very simple but there is no such thing in the parts bin... lets change this.
> If someone want's to do this but needs help or documentation I am willing to provide those or point to people who can do so.
> But I think others from the "Lively Team" have ideas and things they wanted to do but did not have the time to do itself....
> why not post it here?
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