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Do you like this poll or the one on my website better?
This one
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the one you are making.
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I am just an unfrozen caveman turned lawyer, I do not understand your "polling systems"
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 71%  [ 5 ]
I live in Florida, may we adopt your polling system for our gubernatorial needs?
14%
 14%  [ 1 ]
Total Votes : 7


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Post subject: so  PostPosted: Sep 13, 2005 - 08:29 AM
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You just give up on this tool Stick? Or get in trouble at work?

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Post subject: RE: so  PostPosted: Sep 14, 2005 - 07:55 AM
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He might just be really busy, but this did bring up some good points. Hey Xero, who's responsible for handling the website? You might want to start making sure people know how to use all the proper languages just in case.
 
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Post subject: RE: so  PostPosted: Sep 14, 2005 - 12:19 PM
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I am, and what the hell are you talking about 'languages'?

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Post subject: RE: so  PostPosted: Sep 14, 2005 - 02:04 PM
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HTML, Java, PHP, all that good stuff. Whatever programming languages they'll need to know.
 
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Don't need to know anything, there's a content management system (Postnuke) so you don't really have to know anything but HTML and how to moderate a forum. Since I host the website on my personal account I will remain the webmaster as long as I host it. Though I can make more admins in Postnuke so others can update things.

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Post subject: RE: so  PostPosted: Sep 15, 2005 - 06:37 AM
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Ok, cool beans. Glad the system works.
 
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By hosting it on your account do you mean your Auburn account?

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no, I mean the account my other domains are on, my personal web hosting account with slhost.com

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Post subject: Re: so  PostPosted: Oct 03, 2005 - 06:38 AM
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      Bandit wrote:
You just give up on this tool Stick? Or get in trouble at work?


(*trail of drool to desk, red eyes*, waking up) trouble, wha? who?

yessir, no, everything's good sir, good morning, thank you.

No, not in trouble, I haven't looked at the code in awhile. I got it to a point that I liked, that I thought was pretty useable. I used it myself for something (without telling people it was my code). Was going to set up a page on SourceForge, but my request for a new account was never answered.

To answer a previous request, admins can edit items (ie: delete, move them to a new category, or change the weightings). This should help in case you allow people to add items but they don't fill in the weights correctly.

I still think this would be very useful to the gamers in many ways (heck, that's what it was designed for), and would love to see it used. If you are interested, officers, ask me and I can help get it moving. Would be ideal for selecting club purchases, selecting games for image, officer voting, TigerLAN competition choice, etc.

As far as making it a PostNuke module, I don't see the point, it's fairly easy just to link to the voting page. If gamers started to use it and found it helpful we could look into embedding it as a module. The main negative now for having it seperate is that each gamer would have a seperate login than their website login, but at the same time, for security, you could think of that as a plus. That was a design choice Smile

Anyhow, in it's current stage, if anyone wants their own little voting/polling tool, it can be set up to be completely isolated and private from the other polls. Just shoot me an email or respond to this thread.

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