points: Points coupons or codes feature

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Feature suggestion: Having the ability to create random point codes / links that, when typed into a page or the link is visited when logged in, can credit you with a certain number of points as defined by the set option.

Uses:
*Earning points for things off-site / that you can't normally earn, such as anon…

Suggested by SteeleDriver on 15 January 2015

 

core: Shortcuts for inline adding of categories

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When adding a news entry, you may want to put it in a category that does not exist yet. Allow doing this kind of thing. It applies to pretty much any kind of category in the system.

Suggested by Chris Graham on 08 April 2015

 

core: Web standards refresh

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This issue describes small changes we can make to our web compatibility. It is somewhat of an idea dump, that we update as we become aware of improvements we can make at some undefined point in the future, and to help our technology planning.

The issue will be periodically updated as new releases come out…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 28 July 2015

 

core_permission_management: Redesign category ownership

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We have category ownership for:
- Galleries (personal galleries)
- News categories (blogs)

News categories works via a nc_owner field. If nc_owner is set, it's a blog.

Galleries has both a g_owner field, and a concept of personal gallery based on the name of the gallery. I think really we only need g…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 04 March 2016

 

aggregate_types: Wizard for sub communities

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I think it would come in handy, given the complexity of setting up subcommunities, to have a wizard for it, like themes have a theme wizard. The subcommunity wizard would aid the user in setting up the following items, give or take, not limited to this list:

*A zone for the subcommunity, and a zone mapping…

Suggested by SteeleDriver on 19 September 2016

 

cns_clubs: Personal front pages for clubs

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This is a thought. How about having a personal page for clubs? For example, some content management systems and social networks allow users to have and customize a page for their groups and pages. These pages would be a central hub for activity relating to that group. The page would also have a group cover ph…

Suggested by SteeleDriver on 13 October 2016

 

core_rich_media: Block configuration wizards

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Setting up individual blocks may be difficult for people, especially if those blocks require additional structure or content to go with them.

1) Introduce an ability for blocks to define a configuration wizard, as a method within the block.
2) Add a shell page in the Admin Zone that can run the wizard for…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 08 December 2016

 

core: Data laws

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There is a UK law saying companies have to provide information they have on an individual, on request. This kind of law is being harmonised across Europe and may make companies have to legally provide options for:
- delete all data associated with a person
- provide all data on a person

There's no good…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 13 February 2012

 

unvalidated: Option to disable validation control for members

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Add a new privilege that determines whether someone can UNVALIDATE stuff. Usually in Composr anyone who can bypass-validation (i.e. post straight to live) can also unvalidate, and see's this in the UI. This may not be desirable due to clutter.

Suggested by Chris Graham on 11 December 2012

 

core_form_interfaces: Improved list selection UIs

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We can do better with our list UIs - there are a number of different input metaphors appropriate for different kinds of data/form/user.


For flat selection
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Simple drop-down list (real HTML list):

A
B
C
D

Benefits:
- Not much space taken up
- Does not require JavaScript,…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 01 December 2016