[pLog-svn] r6088 - plog/branches/lifetype-1.2/class/security
myside at myside.mine.nu
Wed Jan 2 15:11:34 EST 2008
On Wed, 2 Jan 2008, Jon Daley wrote:
> On Wed, 2 Jan 2008, Andy wrote:
>> I would love to see new features in lifetype available to me as needed or
>> provisioned, with seperation of the new features used as needed, options
>> to disable these be default, yet all available with new releases. This
>> would give me the ability to add the desired new features as I see fit to
>> my user base.
> That certainly sounds nice, but sounds pretty difficult from the
> programming side. It would be awfully hard (I think) to maintain that
> sort of system.
>> A personal Blog website would appreciate the automatic addition of
>> functionality, however other systems would like these to be not available
>> with an upgrade cycle.
> What was the first version you used of LifeType? I wonder that
> since we set such large goals for 2.0 that the 1.2.x releases became more
> feature-full than the 1.1.x releases? I think at least the last three
> releases of 1.1 were big bugs or security fixes, where 1.2.x has had
> things more like features or improvements rather than strict bug fixes. I
> suspect that the plan for 2.0, as well as not a lot of bugs to fix caused
> 1.2.x releases to be more "interesting", and so not how you want them as
> a CMS platform.
I was using a 1.1.x version that I was perfectly happy with and wanted to
maintain. I bitched about it in a blog post:
Please don't take it harshly.
>> I should mention, thank you for your time with these questions.
>> Sorry for sounding condescending, but could you send me a private e-mail
>> in which I could send a URL describing my project. Sorry to all others on
>> the mailing list.
> You can send an email to my address, it should be visible in the
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