A kind of post which starts a specific topic. A topic may be followed with many replies. Tamado provides 3 kinds of functional topic including text, daubing, and polling.
An object created by an administrator to implement the publish/subscribe delivery model. A topic may be viewed as node in a content hierarchy that is responsible for gathering and distributing messages addressed to it. By using a topic as an intermediary, message publishers are kept separate from message subscribers.
A grouping of related posts located within a forum.
A sub section of a Forum
a collection of posts
a destination specific for the puiblish-subscribe messaging model
a destination used in publish/subscribe messaging
a group of messages (posts) in a certain forum
a group of postings within a forum
a message that starts a thread, and isn't a reply to another message
an address for a message in a publish/subscribe context
a new message posted by a user
an original message
A series of posts. Also called "thread"
A topic is a way of grouping trace messages sent from many locations in the code. Suppose you're using tracing for debugging. You might want to see much detail for all messages from the accounting subsystem, little detail elsewhere. By having all the accounting messages sent to the accounting topic, you can control the amount of detail by adjusting that topic's threshold. Or, if you are using tracing for tracking usage, you might send all trace messages about context-sensitive help to the 'help' topic.