I am currently trying to use the everything development engine (1.0.2pre-10) to stand up a perlmonks-like site that is dedicated to security topics. I have installed the everything development engine various times on Debian and the initial install goes very well. I would like to install the experience nodeball along with ElistAndModerate but they are version .8 nodeballs and currently donít work with version 1.0. I have a couple of questions:
- What version of the everything development engine is perlmonks running on?
- Are you using the EDE nodeballs for voting and moderation or did you write your own?
- Can I just install EDE version .8? Is this advisable?
- Can I join pmdev in a read-only capacity to view the voting and moderation processes/code?
I am on the everything mailing list as well, but I thought I would ask here since perlmonks is successfully using all of the nodeballs that I have questions about. I appreciate any and all help.
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