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#Actualjwezorek

Posted 26 January 2013 - 04:29 PM

Two things:

 

o Fix the formatting issues that happen with RSS import from an external blog.

 

As it stands now, this feature just generates a mangled journal entry that serves no purpose other than as a reminder that I have some content I need to reformat for my gamedev.net journal.

 

Even if the formatting wasn't perfect, it would be better than nothing. I understand it might be hard to handle all the various ways people mark-up source code for display on a web page on their external blogs -- various WordPress plugins want different things or whatever -- but it should be possible to get the basic stuff right and just not touch anything un-basic. 

 

 

o As a feature request, how about if you could set up a special page attached to your profile for your game development projects that are currently active? These could also be shared between people if several users of gamedev are a team. This project page could have descriptions, screenshots, and a progress log and then there could be a portal that would aggregate updates across all of the project pages.


#3jwezorek

Posted 21 January 2013 - 02:03 PM

Two things:

 

o Fix the formatting issues that happen with RSS import from an external blog.

 

As it stands now, this feature just generates a mangled journal entry that serves no purpose other than as a reminder that I have some content I need to reformat for my gamedev.net journal.

 

Even if the formatting wasn't purpose, it would be better than nothing. I understand it might be hard to handle all the various ways people mark-up source code for display on a web page on their external blogs -- various WordPress plugins want different things or whatever -- but it should be possible to get the basic stuff right and just not touch anything un-basic. 

 

 

o As a feature request, how about if you could set up a special page attached to your profile for your game development projects that are currently active? These could also be shared between people if several users of gamedev are a team. This project page could have descriptions, screenshots, and a progress log and then there could be a portal that would aggregate updates across all of the project pages.


#2jwezorek

Posted 21 January 2013 - 02:03 PM

Two things:

 

o Fix the formatting issues that happen with RSS import from an external blog.

 

As it stands now, this feature just generates a mangled journal entry that serves no purpose other than as a reminder that I have some content I need to reformat for my gamedev.net journal.

 

Even if the formatting wasn't purpose, it would be better than nothing. I understand it might be hard to handle all the various ways people mark-up source code for display on a web page on their external blogs -- various WordPress plugins want different things or whatever -- but it should be possible to get the basic stuff right and just not touch anything un-basic. 

 

 

o As a feature request, how about if you could set up a special page attached to your profile for your game development projects that are currently active. These could also be shared between people if several users of gamedev are a team. This project page could have descriptions, screenshots, and a progress log and then there could be a portal that would aggregate updates across all of the project pages.


#1jwezorek

Posted 21 January 2013 - 01:58 PM

Fix the formatting issues that happen with RSS import from an external blog.

 

As it stands now, this feature just generates a mangled journal entry that serves no purpose other than as a reminder that I have some content I need to reformat for my gamedev.net journal.

 

Even if the formatting wasn't purpose, it would be better than nothing. I understand it might be hard to handle all the various ways people mark-up source code for display on a web page on their external blogs -- various WordPress plugins want different things or whatever -- but it should be possible to get the basic stuff right and just not touch anything un-basic. 


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