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January 8, 2004

sub-sub blogs?

This question is really for Jason R., but it might be of interest to others on the wordherders server.

I'm considering creating a course blog for my AVT 395 class. I know the typical MT master installation can spawn multiple sub-blogs (hence our little collective), but can the sub-blogs (accidentals and substantives or miscellany is the largest category or the chutry experiment or any of the others) in turn spawn sub-sub blogs? In other words, how recursive is the set-up?

Posted by karik at January 8, 2004 4:14 PM

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Just read through some of the MT user's manual. It looks like adding blogs has to happen at the Master Installation level (i.e., if you think of the wordherders collective as a branching tree diagram, we're all siblings unable to produce offspring of our own).

So the question is: can we still create course blogs? Would this entail just paying an extra yearly fee to add a second or third blog? Is server space available to do this?

Posted by: kari at January 8, 2004 4:54 PM

I can't speak for Jason, who is the shepherd of WH, but ... oh what the heck, I'll speak for him.

Yes, Jason can create another blog for you to use in teaching. There's enough webspace for such a thing. No, you don't have to pay another yearly fee.

Posted by: George at January 8, 2004 7:13 PM

Thanks, George :-)

Posted by: kari at January 9, 2004 12:25 PM

E-mails forthcoming Kari.

Posted by: Jason at January 12, 2004 1:38 PM

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