[development] subscribe to a node
larry at garfieldtech.com
Wed Nov 1 05:01:23 UTC 2006
Maybe I'm missing something here, but if what you want is an RSS feed of nodes
that you have flagged as "watched" when they change, it sounds like a trivial
node that uses Views. I.e., have the module allow a user to flag a node
as "watched", then create an RSS feed with Views that shows all nodes with a
watched flag, with an argument for the user, ordered by modified time. It's
just a tracker-like feed.
Or am I missing something in the needed functionality?
On Tuesday 31 October 2006 16:08, Rob Barreca wrote:
> I've recently taken over maintaining the Notify module which does some
> basic notification of new nodes/comments. And, I've talked to the
> maintainer of "subscriptions" (with the 's') about merging these and
> doing a major code audit, so this is on my future todo list but will
> happen no time soon. I'd love to get rid of the cruft and have one solid
> subscriptions module to handle all this functionality.
> So count me in to help a bit on this.
> Rob Roy Barreca
> Founder and COO
> Electronic Insight Corporation
> rob at electronicinsight.com
> Richard Morse wrote:
> > On Oct 26, 2006, at 7:49 AM, Moshe Weitzman wrote:
> >>> If we are encouraging people to edit each others module description
> >>> (or handbook pages for that matter), I would very much like to see
> >>> an opportunity to register for an e-mail upon change, very much like
> >>> how it works on Wikipedia.
> >> yeah sounds good. this is a development mailing list so i assume you
> >> are a developer. get to it!
> >> the likely implementation is add 'subscribe to this node' feature to
> >> core. any less implementation (like a contrib module) is not likely
> >> to used on drupal.org
> > FWIW, the module "subscriptions" (with the 's') does something very
> > like this. It allows you to subscribe to a taxonomy term, any
> > individual node (with auto-subscribing your to your own nodes), or to
> > a particular content type.
> > HTH,
> > Ricky
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