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OSCMS 2007

Submitted by nk on Fri, 2007-03-23 05:43

At the end of the day I met Tao Starbow who has this strange AHAH solution which is really undrupalish code and yet. Eaton, Chad, Earl and myself walked to Earl's car and by the time we got to Sheraton, there was a serious groundwork done. As the evening progressed, we basically decided how dynamic forms will be done, how security is going to be addressed. Basically, there will be a callback (or more than one) where JS can issue something very close to a form alter, get back a themed HTML string and the form array gets stored in cache_forms table.

It was a fun day but a bit tiring. Thanks Yahoo! and Earl for providing space and inspiring environment.

If you read this at your hotel and had problems with WIFI at OSCMS, then I would like to point out that the WEP key is lowercase oscms.

iwconfig eth1 channel 1
iwconfig eth1 essid OSCMS-Summit
iwconfig eth1 key s:oscms
iwconfig eth1 key open
dhclient eth1

the first webpage will redirect to a form where you need to enter your username and password given at the desk.

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Submitted by on Sun, 2007-03-25 07:43.

I would really like to hear more about this. I'm looking at implementing something for taxonomy_user/community_tags that allows "flickr-like" tagging: users click a "tag it" link at the end of a list of terms, which replaces the link/terms with a freetagging text field, which (when submitted) replaces itself with an updated list of terms (and a new "tag it" link). This all works now, more or less, but it would be way cooler to have the form creation, validation and submit handled via fAPI.