thanks for the reply.
> I think thet there is an interesting issue for you. The next step in
> developing shweby is the web interface. The web interface in Middleman
> is written on C, which is not an excellent choice. Basile Starynkevitch
> (see the email adress above) would like to rewrite the web interface in
> a CGI manner. I think that your scripting skills are welcome in this field.
for clarification, my perl knowledge is limited. i write scripts
that don't communicate much, that handle HTTP POST requests via StdIn
and such. i have no knowledge about interaction with a process.
in addition to that, i cannot run tests since i'm on a windows box.
(i just set up suse linux some days ago but i'm _far_ from being able
to do big steps).
if despite that i could be of any help let me know.
> Another way to help us is to design an attractive web page with an
> attractive logo.
not sure about graphics, but designing the website sounds very interesting.
do you have the php sources available in a cvs module or something?
my ideas are w3c standards compliance, a little seo and a design that
looks fine not only in some browsers. if you have specific ideas please
let me know.
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PsychoTekk .de wrote:
> hi Riadh,
> thanks for the reply.
>>Another way to help us is to design an attractive web page with an
> not sure about graphics, but designing the website sounds very interesting.
> do you have the php sources available in a cvs module or something?
> my ideas are w3c standards compliance, a little seo and a design that
> looks fine not only in some browsers. if you have specific ideas please
> let me know.
There is a cvs module called web_page in our CVS repository. Could you
tell me what's your sourceforge login in order to add you in the
From: Jeremy Erb <jeremy.erb@ne...> - 2003-06-26 12:56:04
I must admit my middleman knowledge is limited, so this comment maybe
out in left field. (I will take a look at this web interface today)
If you wanted to develop a web interface for shweby, you may not want to
have apache, or some webserver running. I take it the frontend would be
to edit the xml configuration, get server statistics, etc. shweby can
already handle the http requests/responses and run C/C++ cgi code
embedded into the shweby server. Having a config URL like
http://shweby.config (maybe even have this in the xml file) would allow
any user to login and configure the server/restart/monitor/etc.
If you did this in a CGI manner, you would need to add more
functionality to shweby (shweby would need to run external executables,
Let me know where your going with the concept. I would be glad to help
in my limited free time. I know perl/c/c++/other stuff.
Just my 3 cents,