[Wolves] Help me test my vegan recipes web-site, please

Andy D'Arcy Jewell andy.jewell at sysmicro.co.uk
Wed Jul 18 08:33:32 UTC 2012

On 18/07/12 08:59, Mark Croft wrote:
> looks good nice and simple not overloaded with graphics like most
> sites that take ages to download does what it says on the tin no more
> no less.
> can you create me account i will ask around for recipes .
The admin  fundtions are far from complete, however (they're far rougher 
than the front-end). Recipe entry is rather.... er, *primative*... and 
most of the admin functions are "not implemented" or there aren't even 
menu stubs for them! I don't even have a T's & C's page (or even text 
for it)!

But then I *do* need to test the add/edit/approvals workflow code 
more... oh, and it's definitely not "cookie law" compliant as it doesn't 
yet warn you about dropping cookies if you log in.

The process (is supposed to) work like this:
     1) Author submits new recipe
     2) Editor reads, possibly edits, and then approves or rejects recipe
     3) Recipe then appears on the site. Later, recipes will have a 
"publish after" date for delayed publishing.

I'll set it up, and let you know the credentials - can you provide me 
with a mobile number off-list so I can text you them? You'll have to 
agree to our T's & C's too (making this up as I type) -

Terms and condtions, version 0.1a
     * No 
     * no non-vegan recipes
     *the editor's descision is final
     * your recipes have to be under a Free (CC/GNU FDL/compatible) license
     * no guarantee of service or continuation of service
     * site is moderated and posts may be rejected/edited/shelved 
indefinitely and without reason or recourse
     * you own your own posts and may cross-post to your heart's content
     * we are not responsible for the content of your posts
     * you accept responsibility for any legal blow-back of any of your 
posts (though anything like that should never get past moderaton)
     * any bad stuff that happens to you as a result of using the site 
is not our responsibility
     * any suggestions/patches/bug reports that get incorporated into 
the site must be under the GNU Affero License, version 3 (I may release 
the code later under this license)
     * changes to T's & C's will be announced on the front page when you 
log in, and you will be deemed to have accepted them if you continue to 
use the site

Duuuude! Not meaning to get heavy, but I guess we have to cover ourselves!

:-D Andy

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