> Also 777 isnt the best security. its better to change the group to apache
> and set the files to 640, unless they need apache writeable so 660
> directories to 750 unless they need to be writable by apache 770
The setup.sh script leaves a lot to be desired in that it doesn't discriminate
between directories and files (like .sh files) that need to be executable and
normal files that should not have executable permissions set.
doc/devtools/set_perms.py improves on that situation. It would be even better
if it took into account which files and directories should be writable by
apache in a normal Tiki setup.
Do we have a list of files and directories that normally need to be writable