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11 June 2007 at 4:48am
So SilverStripe is meant to be more along the lines of Interwoven's Teamsite product.
11 June 2007 at 8:45pm
Yeah, although I'm not familiar with the product you mention I think it probably is.
The best way to add "community site" functionality to the system would be with an add-on module.
9 May 2008 at 5:41am
You know Sam, it really is inconvenient not having a module to do this at the moment. If we could point some folks towards that direction of making such a module it would be definitely handy. Perhaps I can start on one myself, but I certainly would like to see someone roll one with more experience with SS as we're dealing with authentication and security somewhat.
9 May 2008 at 9:14am
Is this what you're talking about http://dev.tearaway.co.nz/register/ ? (You made need to reload the page to view it)
Excuse the design - i've got a new template for the site - just haven't put it on.
I've done this to a couple of SS sites and it's a fairly simple process.
9 May 2008 at 9:58am
Indeed subvert, this is very much what we need as a module to quickly plug in. Is there a way that this can be extracted and we can make this into a module? I think it would be a pretty big hit as such and something that folks may semi-frequently need while working with SS.
9 May 2008 at 10:09am
I have never made a module before - but I will attempt to convert my code in the next couple of weeks. I may need some guidance as to how to extend the Member database structure - I currently edit the DB array on Member.php - would anyone be able to tell me how to extend the Member database from a module?
9 May 2008 at 3:24pm
Curious subvert, in the interim could you delineate that which you did in order to facilitate login for secure or group-only visible pages?
1 June 2008 at 1:55am
I did something in the same line for http://www.photoplaces.be/ about 8 months ago.
You basically just need to create a form that writes to Member (or a subclass of it) and the group it's in, and that works in the same way as any other DataObject, as far as I can remember
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