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OpenPoke

customizable SuperPoke Facebook App
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This is SuperPoke, but where you can add your own Pokes. SuperPoke is great for Pokes like "Throw a Sheep at" or "Dance the Maypole with" or "Marry" or "Divorce". Those are all great. But most of the SuperPokes are like, "do body shots with" or "troutslap" or "be fabulous with" or "tase," all of which make me want to "drunkdial" or "hadouken" the whole operation. So why not make it possible for people to write their own Pokes? I tried to go to developers.facebook.com and I quickly fell asleep from looking at all the words like php and application management and such. Maybe it would be easier to go to the developers forum and just drop in the idea of making SuperPoke open. Don't those applications make alot of money from all the advertisements?
JesusHChrist, May 02 2008

"DrCurry has chosen to poke the eye out of JesusHChrist" http://www.facebook...n.php?id=2523701232
And I see quite a few Halfbakers signed up for it. [DrCurry, May 02 2008]

Alot http://maps.google.....55&spn=0.1,0.1&t=h
[jutta, May 03 2008]

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       "Smites" JesusHChrist [+]
sprogga, May 02 2008
  

       There are already many such facebook apps
vincevincevince, May 02 2008
  

       hadouken +
Jinbish, May 02 2008
  

       I hate to be seen to be displaying any great 'poking' prowess - but it's already quite possible, and has been done a number of times.
zen_tom, May 02 2008
  

       Baked - Poke Pro. Although the free form pokes are constricted to a somewhat stilted format. I was thinking of writing my own freeform app back when the status was limited to "is" statements, but didn't get around to it.
DrCurry, May 02 2008
  

       Gus MacRae is confused.
nomocrow, May 02 2008
  

       //There's no such word as "alot".// Well, there is, but it's a verb.
pertinax, May 03 2008
  

       You mean "allot"?
jutta, May 03 2008
  

       Sh, [Ian].   

       I have no idea what this idea is about, but it sounds great. I will be sure to hadouken as soon as I find out what it is.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 03 2016
  
      
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