[pmwiki-users] Another stab at ratings on PmCalendar page

Chris Cox ccox at endlessnow.com
Tue Feb 24 10:04:45 CST 2009

On Tue, 2009-02-24 at 15:29 +1100, Kathryn Andersen wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 04:59:03PM -0600, Chris Cox wrote:
> > [[Cookbook/PmCalendar-Fan]]
> > 
> > And then that boosts the "rating" (or fans I guess is better).
> > You can see the total count on the PmCalendar page, going to
> > the PmCalendar-Fan page shows who the fans are in addition to
> > the count total.
> I would prefer "user" rather than "fan"; I think it is clearer and
> simpler.  The term "fan" could mean that you like it but don't use it;
> but "user" says that you use it (a simple yes/no question), which I
> think we agreed was a good first pass for the "ratings" thing.

Obviously not a problem... let's call  it "Rose"... :)

User or Users (plural) is probably a good choice.

> Otherwise, I like the idea of linking to a Cookbook/Recipe-User page,
> rather than linking to the Recipe page itself, because many of us use
> "link to a page from one's profile page" as a way of getting
> notifications for pages one is interested in, which may or may not be
> recipes one is a "fan" of. 

>  (Can one be a fan of one's own recipe?)

Why not?  Anything goes!

> Kathryn Andersen

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