[Coco] Re: CoCo activity
chazbeenhad at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 14 15:42:21 EDT 2004
I really enjoy coco3.com. Keep up the great work.
I wish more people used the forum, as I find them much more enjoyable than
e-mail lists or newsgroups.
"Roger Taylor" <rtaylor at bayou.com> wrote in
message news:18.104.22.168.0.20040914130757.00ba8230 at pop.bayou.com...
> Well, it's getting close to fall here and there's usually a spike in CoCo
> activity everywhere in the cooler months, so I wanted to mention some of
> the features at CoCo3.com that you might enjoy this winter.
> Forums (http://forums.coco3.com) or (www.coco3.com/forums)
> 1) Anyone should be able to post calendar events. There's a little
> calendar icon at the top of the page that takes you to a real nice
> 2) You can add a photo of yourself to your profile. Go to My Controls and
> you'll see the link in the left sidebar for uploading your photo. You'll
> get a folder browser where you can point to your picture file on your
> computer, then hit Upload. When people click on your name, your photo
> appear as part of your profile.
> 3) You can post image URLs as part of your messages, and those images (if
> hosted on a server that allows direct linking) will appear as part of your
> messages. You can add as many URLs as you like. That is, your message
> could consist of many photos stacked on one another if you insert a line
> feed between the URLs. Show off your CoCo systems or projects you are
> working on?
> 4) You can contact another forum member directly using the built-in
> messenger. Members logged into the forums should appear at the bottom of
> the page.
> Live chat (http://chat.coco3.com) or (www.coco3.com/cgi-bin/chat.cgi)
> The multi-room chat script is holding up well and should work nice for
> modern web browsers. Lots of testing has been done to help support the
> typical web browser. You should be able to schedule your own meetings
> after that part of the script is complete. Your meetings will appear on
> the front chat page so everybody can see the date/time/topics/room. To
> schedule a meeting, you just fill out the small form and then click on the
> link supplied in the confirmation e-mail you receive. You can also cancel
> meetings before they start.
> Roger Taylor
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> Coco at maltedmedia.com
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