yates at cse.ohio-state.edu
Wed May 24 14:05:33 EDT 2006
mmm, I would say: "better to have a well-used and maintained website that
could be temporarily and reversably vandalized than a never-used and
outdated website that is never vandalized"
I bet if you asked around other organizations, difficulty keeping the
website active is a FAR greater concern than vandalism.
On 5/24/06, Alexander J. Lingo <lingo.13 at osu.edu> wrote:
> I'm looking at changing the banner. Thanks for the ideas.
> I think the seperated users/passwords is a better idea. If one user's name
> and password is somehow used maliciously/stolen then that user can be
> disabled. One one person has to learn a new password, instead of everyone
> who wants access.
> I see your point, but better safe than sorry.
> -- Alex
> On 5/24/06, Drew Yates <yates at cse.ohio-state.edu > wrote:
> > Looking Good! I would say make the black text white on the banner,
> though. Send me the source files for the banner and I can whip up some
> Photoshop0rz frothy real quick.
> Also, maybe there should be just a single password to edit the wiki? It
> seems silly to me to have a wiki and then restrict the editing so that it
> behaves like every other CMS. I understand the need to keep things under
> control on an official server, but I think a simple password is enough to
> deter miscreants without hindering legitimate members.
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