OpenWetWare:Feature list/New user page generation

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*In addition to seeding the page with info about a person, you could also seed each user page with a list of that person's contributions.  See [http://blog.hbs.edu/faculty/amcafee/index.php/faculty_amcafee_v3/now_thats_what_im_talking_about/ Avenue A | Razorfish] screenshots for an example.
*In addition to seeding the page with info about a person, you could also seed each user page with a list of that person's contributions.  See [http://blog.hbs.edu/faculty/amcafee/index.php/faculty_amcafee_v3/now_thats_what_im_talking_about/ Avenue A | Razorfish] screenshots for an example.
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*'''[[User:Jason R. Kelly|Jason R. Kelly]]:'''I think pre-loading a [http://www.clustrmaps.com/ clustrmap] (or something like it), might be a good idea.  When you start seeing dots popping up all over the world it's more obvious why you might want to publish widely.
=Interested community members=
=Interested community members=
*[[User:Jason R. Kelly|Jason R. Kelly]]
*[[User:Jason R. Kelly|Jason R. Kelly]]

Revision as of 14:25, 20 July 2007

Brief description

A user provides some information when they register their account that can be used to seed their userpage. Additionally, it would be good to move some portion of the "getting started" tutorial into each new userpage when it is generated, so that a user will become familiar with editing by working on their own page.

Detailed description

  • In addition to seeding the page with info about a person, you could also seed each user page with a list of that person's contributions. See Avenue A | Razorfish screenshots for an example.
  • Jason R. Kelly:I think pre-loading a clustrmap (or something like it), might be a good idea. When you start seeing dots popping up all over the world it's more obvious why you might want to publish widely.

Interested community members

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