(2011/06/06 1:36), Christian Lohmaier wrote:
On Sun, Jun 5, 2011 at 10:52 AM, Erich Christian<email@example.com>
Am 05.06.2011 05:14, schrieb Takashi Nakamoto:
I personally think that if we can get diffs by mails, it will be easier
to maintain local sites. If there's already an effective method to
follow the changes in the global site, please let me know.
Silverstripe provides this feature.
It has RSS capabilities, but unfortunately the one provided by the
cmsworflow module uses http-auth, but that doesn't work with the fcgid
module we're using.
Siverstipe sitll would make it easy to create an own custom feed, but
nobody did jump in and wrote it so far (see
I myself always pushed it back to have time for "more important" stuff
(or also to have some time to relay :-)
It would be fine if it is capable to notify only diffs. I'm sorry for
raising the previous topic, but maybe I can help in technical stuff.
As I found DataDifferencer class in the API doc, I believe it wouldn't
be so hard to implement.
Easiest would be, you (or/and others) claim an account for the
international pages and all the changes are going to be mailed to you
providing a link to the respective page(s).
This however is a different method - while that wold work, it is
probably not what the question was about :-))
I also thought this could be a good way. But, as Alexandro pointed out,
the problem is that each person has to get an account of the global
site, which I think is nasty especially for the administrator of the site.
BTW, if SilverStripe is capable of sending mails to admins, it wouldn't
be not very hard to make them send to public. What if we register a mail
alias as an administrator account just to receive diffs mails? This
seems the easiest way, although this is what I just come up with because
I personally don't use any RSS feed reader on daily basis and I still
want to stick on mail notification.
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