Forum .LRN Q&A: Re: weblogs in dotlrn?
As far as I know the "Weblog" code in Sloan is just a modified forum instance for use case testing purposes.
Here are a couple other things I found that got merged that shouldn't have:
- MITSloanSpace Logo shows up rather than one of the multiple dotLRN logos.
- Titel of all pages in dotLRN 1.0 branch now "SloanSpace"
- Links to MIT Sloan School of Management and MIT at bottom of page should probably be dotLRN Home Page and dotLRN Project Site
- The ability to change themes using the UI has been removed.
Currently I only see an option to make these changes by selecting a theme under admin>portal theme. The other way, users can not just make changes to their workspaces, but also to clubs and commnities they administer right? A platform I am looking at can greatly benefit from this flexibility if its implementation is easy and possible.
Is this a major thing of could some minor tweaking work here?
You have probably seen this already, but just in case you have not take a look at the new packages Simon contributed: https://openacs.org/forums/message-view?message_id=109267
That should answer to your question about adding Weblogs to .LRN