I think, if I understand you correctly, this can be done.
e.g. books.slashdot.org can have an author that only posts to that section,
as I do with wireless.lisnews.com
Adding a new section is under configuration, and then section
You set the URLs in there, and don't forget to add that subdomain to apache.
Now as a user with a seclev > 10k pick a users page (e.g.
In their options, you can limit them to a section in a drop down list.
Hopefully that's what you're looking for, I can't quite tell.
Librarian & Information Science News
----- Original Message -----
From: "mike" <m.allain@...>
Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 1:43 PM
Subject: [Slashcode-general] How to isolate sections?
> I am running a slash site with multiple sections and have complete
> control over the software and server.
> I hope to offer in the future the ability to host isolated sections
> where a group or organization can have there own area / section devoted
> entirely to them for discussions. I want this area to be isolated from
> the rest of the main site if possible. I do not want to do a new slash
> install for each organization.
> For example buddy from Company A logs into my site; he has access to all
> sections. He then clicks on a section or area called partners, here is
> a listing of all companies partnered with, Company A then selects his
> company which directs him to a section that isolates him and his co
> workers discussions from all the other sections.
> I have read that slash offers the ability to do something along these
> lines, but I have not seen much documentation on how I could go about
> doing this.
> Is this possible? If so, how might I accomplish this?