Activity within Drupal has seen some duplicate efforts over the years and we need to consolidate to bring about the ultimate solution. DiSo and other resources are available for coming up with general theory and specifications. Activity module has been mentioned as a core feature candidate as well as a sought after feature on drupal.org itself. Let's coordinate and share.
Looking for someone to implement a theme/design. The site design is an image, the HTML/CSS will need to be written and implemented as a drupal theme. The site is currently a zen theme and functional. There will be approximately 15-20 pages although many of the elements will be shared between pages.
I'm looking for someone who is experienced in theming drupal and knows Views and how to set imagecache presets.Read more
Is it possible to filter activity based on a single or multiple taxonomy terms? I'm currently using activity in the context of the module activity_log to display a users activity, but I would like to also use it to display a nodes activity based on taxonomy or another suggested method.
The goal again is facebook style feeds for users or nodes. The first is for nodes or users that users are "subscribed" or "liked" to. The second is for a nodes activity, such as comment/forum threads that were started from that node or pictures that were tagged with the taxonomy of that node.Read more
there is little or no documentation about configuring activity 2 module
i have seen this page
but a video tutorial would be of great help for every one
activity is a certain requirement for building good social networking site theres a grat video for the facebook like status by icecreamyou similar contributin from sirkitree would help
Last updated by Scott Reynolds on Thu, 2010-01-21 17:41
I think its time we started saying this is what is required for a release. Either make it a timetable (which is what Drupal does) or make it a set number of issues that need to be resolved (which is what project* does :-D).
In that vain, here are the issues that I would like to solve for a release.
Rebuild Access Table: http://drupal.org/node/408900: http://drupal.org/cvs?commit=299838
Assumption $hook == $module: http://drupal.org/node/646972: http://drupal.org/cvs?commit=313470
In order to understand the thinking behind this, you must remember that Activity2 is now based upon a configurable action which can be applied to triggers which are supplied through other modules. This gives us the ability to reuse a lot of the same core tables (actions and trigger_assignments) but the current Trigger and Actions UI's are quite confusing and encompass more than just Activity2 specific actions. There are also some limitations within the current Actions UI which create large complications when it comes to configuring an Activity2 Action.Read more
I'm not sure if anyone else has seen this announcement (http://developers.facebook.com/news.php?blog=1&story=225) but I think it's a pretty important step in the right direction.Read more
I'm currently planning the rule based custom logging module, which I'm going to write after rules 1.0 is out. I post this to the activity group too, because I think there is quite a overlap to 2.x version, which is currently under development.Read more
Checkout how MySpace has adapted this spec. We can get some idea on how to implement this as they have some example ATOM feeds listed.
I got this from the following Google group thread: http://groups.google.com/group/activity-streams/browse_thread/thread/d86...
Maintainers of activity type modules, or other interested parties,
If you had to rewrite your module from the ground up, or architect the ultimate end-all be-all module for recording and displaying user activity on your site, how would you go about it now, knowing what you know?
From maintaining the Activity module, I think I've come up with some basic needs for this kind of feature, so let's discuss how to best go about implementing the functionality of the ultimate solution.
I think pretty much anyone looking for this sort of feature for their site comes from knowing how it is implemented on facebook and are looking for something very similar. If that is the case, there are a few main things that we're looking for it to do, how it should look and act from a user's standpoint. But what are your expectations?