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Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2004 14:57:01 +0100
From: Jonas Meurer <[email protected]>
To: "Wesley W. Terpstra" <[email protected]>
Cc: martin f krafft <[email protected]>, [email protected]
Subject: [[email protected]: Bug#280603: single page for threads]
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i got this email as wishlist bug, and it seems like you already
discussed that topic. i wonder why martin doesn't use upstream bts
please keep [email protected] in the Cc header, so that
the debian bts can record any discussion.
----- Forwarded message from martin f krafft <[email protected]> -----
Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2004 14:28:38 +0100
=46rom: martin f krafft <[email protected]>
Subject: Bug#280603: single page for threads
To: Debian Bug Tracking System <[email protected]>
Reply-To: martin f krafft <[email protected]>, [email protected]
Would it be possible to add a function to display a single thread on
a single page, thus have one post follow another, kinda like the
forum thingies do... Otherwise I always find myself juggling with
too many tabs...
Here is some more info from personal communication:
> How does this differ from, say:
I want the bodies there too! One after the other. Like web forums or
> I have considered putting the the entire thread in a frame and
> letting the user click around in the tree changing the viewed
> message inside another frame. Would this help?
No frames, please! But yes, this functionality with a side pane
would be nice.
> I don't think this would work for threads like appear on debian.
> There are simply too many messages and the bandwidth cost to
> debian would be huge. Also, the thread lines would get in the way
> for large topics.
All in all, if you are going to read an entire thread, it's going to
be less bandwidth... so the option should probably be made available
somewhat hidden ;)
and the thread lines would not be needed, i think. work with
indentation of the boxes (one post per box), and allow boxes to be
collapsed (DHTML or ECMAscript, like gmail).
I thought lurker is a software of its own, not just Debian...
> Well, my design philosophy is that things should be as obvious as
> possible. So, it will be sitting ready to be clicked on.
> I will look at how they open/close stuff. I don't want to use
I would favour ECMAscript over DHTML anyway. But I think even CSS
can do this.
> I essentially wrote it for debian. This is why I am bitter that
> debian-admin never gave me a machine to run it on properly. Two
> years of my life .... -> bucket.
Not really. Do you need a machine? What are the requirements? How
much mail does this puppy spool?
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