[Phpmyadmin-devel] Countdown... :)
DelislMa at CollegeSherbrooke.qc.ca
Thu Jul 5 02:24:45 CEST 2001
about this page:
- the support forum does not work (is it still available?)
- the ChangeLog link points to an older ChangeLog.txt, could it point to the most recent one?
BTW, did Tobias give you access to his old phpmyadmin mailing list?
"Olivier M." a écrit :
> Ciao Loic & everybody,
> First of all, please have a look at the
> http://www.phpwizard.net/projects/phpMyAdmin/ pages, and
> the links in the menu. Ftp access will come in a few
> days, but that's already much better, don't you think ? :)
> On Tue, Jul 03, 2001 at 06:07:37PM +0200, Loïc wrote:
> > >So now, what about a 2.2.0 (or 2.5.0 ?) this week-end ?
> > I prefer 2.2.0 because no huge testings have been done yet
> seems that (nearly) everybody is for a 2.2.0, so ok.
> > As to me, I would like to implement a better authentification system
> well, that's perhaps too big for a few days... Maybe we can plan it for
> 2.3, or 2.2.xx ?
> > An other way could be to use a db session driven handler
> > (just like phpLib) but then it requires a db and a table to be
> > created before to use phpMyAdmin...
> > We discussed a bit about these alternatives with Marc.
> > Maybe some other ones among you have some more ideas?
> 1) php4 sessions
> + will work if cookies are turned off
> + standard
> + don't need a special mysql setup
> - no more php3 support...
> 2) own (sql-based-) session db
> + would work with php3
> + will work if cookies are turned off (if we add the session ID in all urls)
> - more complex setup, but could be automated with the bookmarks stuff.
> 3) cookies
> + light
> - won't work if cookies are tuned off
> Well, IMHO we can throw away the 3. And also the 1. if we want to
> keep the whole compatible with php3. But how long will we have to
> stay stuck to php3 ?
> So I guess the 2. ist the "less worse" solution. What do yo think ?
> Olivier Mueller - om at 8304.ch - PGPkeyID: 0E84D2EA - Switzerland
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