Tony Oslund wrote:
> I have wondered at times about the cool things that others have done or
> are trying to do with Turbine. The obvious thing that seems to attract
> developers to tools is new and useful features, or even useful
I always thought that the wiki is the place for those types of information.
> It sometimes seems as if people only submit to this site when they have
> some immediate problem to solve. It would be great to hear about
> other's techniques, and solutions or just something that they came
> across that is cool. Answers to individual questions are great, but
> collaborative discussions, debates, etc, are what keep larger groups of
> people interested and help technologies like Turbine thrive and grow.
I'm currently trying to reorganize parts of the internal structure of
Turbine 4. This should allow people to use a generalized approach to
modules and an easier way to create your own module types. I try to
report my progress on the developer list. You are cordially invited to
discuss and to contribute.
> One thing that I created for use with Turbine is a very basic approach
> for re-skinning the same VM in multiple languages. I also find it
> useful for customizing/re-purposing the same page without having to
> re-code the logic. We support multiple affiliates who want their own
> flavors of our products, etc.
Thank you for your comments. Please feel free to describe what you did
here or in the Turbine Wiki. I will be happy to look into it. We will
for sure appreciate your contributions.