I had an idea a long time ago, haven’t implemented, and just got a notice that two of my domains are about to expire.
Divisio was going to be a service where I ran a WordPress multi-network (of which each network was multisite [yep, it does that!]), and run a bunch of plugins and themes that change WordPress into essentially an app framework.
The first two services were going to be Capsule individual and group networks. From the site:
The developer’s code journal. Capsule replaces that scratch document you have open when you’re coding. It creates an archive of your development artifacts.
I actually use Capsule fairly regularly, it works surprisingly well for not having been updated in a couple of years. You can demo it at http://demo.crowdfave.com/capsule/, with login and pass being
There is also a server version, where it combines the posts from a category on the individual sites into a group log of notes. Could be useful, though I’ve never used it as such.
It is a theme, and it changes how WordPress works substantially. A site will only really run this theme, and won’t work as well without it, or switching to it. That is where Divisio comes in!
Basic idea: you sign up and get a site at https://capsule.red/maiki. That is yours, and we make it a one person per site deal. Then, you can add a site at https://capsule.blue/teamawesome, and invite other folks to join that server edition of the theme, to sync their notes.
The brilliant part is that while Capsule fails quietly if there is a connection issue when syncing, because it is technically the same server/multi-network, that shouldn’t ever be an issue!
And it would mean we could give folks dev notes hosting for free, and eventually roll out other interesting services on sub-networks.
The problem: not sure if I am into it anymore. I was more into the challenge, but I know how to do it. And because I never shared it with anyone, I am not sure if it would be useful, per se. I made a pact with myself that after a year, if I hadn’t used a domain I will let it expire. Capsule, because of the theme, and .red for individuals, and .blue for folks that want to be part of a group (get it?).