newsletter: Logging in to manage newsletter settings

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The concept of resubscribing with different settings confuses some people, who would prefer to log in to see then change their settings. We could also link to this from the unsubscribe link in the emails so that you could tune all your settings rather than just flatly unsubscribing.

Suggested by Chris Graham on 17 April 2015

 

newsletter: Support external RSS feeds in newsletter content generation

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Currently you can choose content types and categories within, to auto-generate newsletters (taking all content made since a certain cutoff date). You can also run this automatically on a timer ("periodic newsletters"), with the cutoff date being set automatically (everything since the last newsletter).

It wo…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 26 April 2015

 

core_notifications: Bulk set notifications for users / defaults

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The ability to go into an admin screen for setting up notifications. All checkboxes would be in an intermediate state (neither off or on). Anything you set would become the new settings for all users.

Additionally, these settings would become the *defaults* for all new users. Currently the defaults are har…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 21 April 2016

 

core_themeing: Next generation theme (on hold)

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This issue will be fleshed out when we have got v11 finished.

We will discuss further updating the default theme, particularly with a very design-orientated developer who is up-to-date with the latest techniques going through and making myriad improvements.

Additionally we may consider an official "amazi…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 08 April 2017

 

newsletter: Block improvements

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Take Forename and Surname in the default template, or put the code in there but comment it out.

Work inside an iframe.

Provide an optional feature to hide the block if a cookie has been set from a previous signup OR you are logged in and it knows you are on the newsletter.

Suggested by Chris Graham on 05 April 2010

 

search: Searching across multiple categories at once

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Instead of searching only under one tree node, allow selecting multiple to search under.

Also make sure that the forum-view search does correctly specify subforums are covered in the inline search.

Suggested by Chris Graham on 06 April 2010

 

calendar: Better side_calendar block

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List event titles on mouseover (rather than the less helpful "There are (1) events on this day and at least one event is medium priority"

Add back/forward links to other month views (open the full calendar when they're clicked)

Suggested by Chris Graham on 06 April 2010

 

core: Content relationships (e.g. related content)

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Extend meta keywords to cover more tagging scenarios.

Create a privilege to allow members to add to the tags for some content. Send out staff notifications when this happens so that it can be monitored.

Add 3 new blocks, all of which are intended to by integrated into our default templates, but can also…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 06 April 2010

 

core_cns: Ability to leave a PT you were invited to

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Add a section at the top, perhaps styled like the gray "topic description" bar that says: "Current participants: Tom (x), Dick (x), Harry (x)". Those 'x's can be links for the starter to kick people out.

Change the breadcrumbs to show a link to your own PT's, if you were invited to the topic (currently links to o…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 06 April 2010

 

core_permission_management: Remove concept of a forum moderator

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Conversr has a concept of the forum moderator group, activated via presence of the permission edit_midrange_content and applied by the cns_may_moderate_forum function. Use of this permission in this way is a proxy to our original way of handling moderation, which worked via an access-levels system (which go…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 06 April 2010