core_permission_management: Setting permissions for usergroups rather than for content

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e.g.

<pre>
Edit Super-moderators
=====================

Forums
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Item | Perm 1 | Perm 2

Root | x | o
-General chat | x | o
--Boring place | o | x
-Feedback | x | o

Downloads
--…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 06 April 2010

 

newsletter: View online support

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Some people have very poor e-mail software and can't read newsletters properly. For these people, provide a link to view via our website. To achieve this
1) move the newsletter archive functionality into site:newsletter from adminzone:admin_newsletter; make sure to check permissions properly.
2) create linki…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 05 April 2010

 

core_rich_media: Foolproof content embedding

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I'd like the block wizard to be able to be able to easily select almost any content type category or entry, and embed it into a page. This would use the main_content block.
- Make the block wizard be able to browse the whole site-tree to pick out content to use
- Test every content/category type

Suggested by Chris Graham on 07 April 2010

 

chat: Implement webcam chat

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Implement webcam support in the chat rooms, showing all users webcams down the left of the chat room.

This issue used to be about a Flash implementation, but that's no longer realistic. A modern implementation would be more complex, requiring a WebRTC implementation and a great deal of architecture roll-out…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 22 April 2010

 

core_abstract_interfaces: Mass move / delete

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Add feature to be able to mass move/delete entries from the "choose what to edit" screens.

This can be done in multiple phases, which can also be broken down individual per content type. It does not all need doing at once.

PHASE 1: Mass delete initial work [already done]

Support for mass delete is impl…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 03 April 2012

 

core_cns: Add the ability to delete members with unconfirmed registration emails to the "Delete lurkers"

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In Members->Delete lurkers, it would be good to have the option to delete accounts awaiting email confirmation. Used in conjunction with the "Minimum days since joining" this could be a nice feature to winnow the members list of people who have never completed registration.

Suggested by Darrell on 04 April 2012

 

core_cns: Forced profile completion

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If new required CPFs are added after joining, or apply specifically to a usergroup a member has been added to, allow Composr to force the user to complete their profile to continue using their account,

This should be controlled via an option. Values:
- No enforcement (default)
- Attach a message asking…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 07 May 2012

 

points: Option to abolish gift points

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By default, disable gift points from the site, ending our current 'communist' economic system with a more capitalistic one. This is quite a controversial thing, there are advantages to each system: gift points remove the disincentive to reward others by making it free, but also it creates a lot of complexity (s…

Suggested by Chris Graham on 06 April 2010

 

news: Segregate blog and news entries in the Content Management area

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Currently, blog entries also appear as new entries in content management because they are both handled by the news system. It would be preferable if these could remain segregated similar to the way they are in main_news_block so that each entry appears in only one of the blog or news screens.

Suggested by Darrell on 04 April 2012

 

core_form_interfaces: Cascaded form inputter

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Implement a new form field that has linked lists of data - e.g. you pick a state, then you can pick a city from that state.

Power by initiating with a JSON object of nested data, each nesting level represents a form input.
If there's no Javascript, pass in a permuted list.

Suggested by Chris Graham on 06 April 2010