[pmwiki-users] login/self-registering mechanism
Al Louis Ripskis
ripskis at sprynet.com
Thu Mar 24 11:04:34 CDT 2011
Well Peter it looks like we'll have to prevail upon you to correct PmWiki's "glaring defect," given that no one else has stepped up to the plate after Eemeli bowed out.
Kirpi has already volunteered to help. Count me in for any non-technical help. If you put out the call, I'm sure others will volunteer as well.
If nothing else, PmWiki's reputation is at stake here. Just think of the reaction if the word got out that PmWiki, which prides itself on versatility, hasn't been able to come up with a simple login/registering mechanism.
Counting on you,
>From: Eemeli Aro <eemeli at gmail.com>
>Sent: Mar 22, 2011 6:02 AM
>To: pmwiki-users <pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com>
>Subject: Re: [pmwiki-users] Whither simple, dependable PmWiki login/self-registering mechanism?
>On 21 March 2011 23:30, Peter Bowers <pbowers at pobox.com> wrote:
>> I don't know if Eemeli has time to contribute further. If so that
>> would be ideal. If not I can provide copies of our correspondence and
>> the most up-to-date code if anybody is willing to put some time &
>> effort into it...
>I'm afraid I do indeed have very little time to work on PmWiki stuff
>for the foreseeable future (i.e. at least a year or so). I've managed
>to get our departmental and associated web sites into a rather nicely
>self-sustaining state and am concentrating on getting my thesis
>together. It's on an autonomous group of underwater robots, which is a
>little too far from PHP code to really do both at the same time.
>Peter should indeed have the latest UserAdmin stuff that I've done,
>and I can probably answer questions about the code if anyone's
>interesting in following up on the work.
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