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Messages - kurtisnelson [ switch to compact view ]

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Developer's Corner / Re: Desktop Forum Reader
« on: February 09, 2007, 09:22 PM »
What if there is some kind of a server side plugin that allows a newsreader to connect? See, the solution of using a generic crawler does not help much, as I primarily care about not having to load continuously all the nav stuff and headers and footers. Are there any AJAXy forum systems that would load the content in the background allowing quick nav? RSS feeds tend to not contain all the threading type layout making them hard to read in mass.

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Developer's Corner / Re: Desktop Forum Reader
« on: February 09, 2007, 12:47 PM »
More what I mean is something that will crawl a forum and browse it similar to a newsgroup, text based and all local files. Something that would work well on a slow connection and could connect to the internet, update, then disconnect to read. Every page view on a forum for me tends to involve having to redownload headers and images over and over.

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Developer's Corner / Desktop Forum Reader
« on: February 08, 2007, 08:22 PM »
I am wondering if anyone knows of a program that will in some form crawl a forum and download the posts kind of like a newsgroup client. I frequent many forums, but get frustrated at how long each individual page load takes and the inefficiency of browsing them in a browser. Does such a program exist? If not, does any one have an idea on how to create one?

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DonationCoder Projects / Tighter integration?
« on: December 13, 2006, 11:21 AM »
My only complaint with the site so far would be that everything is not tightly integrated and tends to look odd. This leads to the navigation structure being difficult for new members. I do not know how to approach this problem, but it seems as if you have done a great job so far.

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