[maemo-community] Banners on maemo.org

From: Sunny B sunnyb7532 at gmail.com
Date: Sun May 1 16:15:04 EEST 2011

I've taken a quick look at both options. Each one has a lot of functionality
that we would not be interested in.  I think we want to pick the solution
that is easiest and cheapest to implement and to maintain.


On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 11:29 AM, Reggie Suplido <
reggie at internettablettalk.com> wrote:

> On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 11:10 AM, Henri Bergius
> <henri.bergius at nemein.com> wrote:
> > The reality of maemo.org infra is that there are multiple web
> applications (gforge, midgard, vbulletin, mediawiki, ...)
> >running there, each with their own templating system. But certainly, the
> banners can be easily included into the
> >Midgard templates when needed.
> We can use something like OpenX[1] to serve the banners using a common
> code across all the different templates. Where it is hosted can be a
> problem.
> Another option is Google DFP[2].
> The advantage of an ad server is, you can add new banners and they all
> start appearing/rotating throughout the site. Banners can be scheduled
> and stats (impressions and clicks) are logged.
> These are the ones I've used before but there might be others which are
> better.
> Reggie
> [1] http://www.openx.org/
> [2] https://www.google.com/intl/en_US/dfp/info/sb/how_it_works.html
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