Hi all – first, let me welcome you all to Ning – as Gina said, we really appreciate everyone who is taking the time to check us out at this early stage. We’ve been getting a lot of great feedback so far and we are reading and thinking about every bit of it!
Hello from Palo Alto, CA. I’ve got a couple of updates and one congratulations. Ok, I’ll start with the congratulations. Gordon Luk is part of the Upcoming.org team going to Yahoo! (announced today). He’s built some of the Example Apps running on the Ning Playground in the past few months and is generally one good dude. Congratulations to the team.
Hi, I’m David Sklar and I am one of the software architects here at Ning. I wanted to kick off my first blog post with a little more information on the Ning Content Store. The Ning Content Store enables and encourages social apps on the Ning Playground to share data. Public content that one app saves in the Ning Content Store is not only available in pivot views but in queries from other apps, too.
We’ve been getting user accounts out there to people who have been nice enough to request them, not to mention brave that sign-in issue we had early today (which should be fixed now).