[CLUG] IP Tables Front End Project
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Mon Feb 14 16:45:30 GMT 2005
Sorry for not following up on this, I've been busy the last few days, and
right now I'm incredibly hungover. I'll follow up tomorrow.
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> From: cork-bounces at linux.ie [mailto:cork-bounces at linux.ie] On
> Behalf Of AJ McKee
> Sent: 13 February 2005 20:55
> To: cork at linux.ie
> Subject: [CLUG] IP Tables Front End Project
> Hi All,
> Okay following on from the brief discussion we had this week
> about a web interface to IP Tables, myself and Adam have
> decided to take the inital steps and set up a project on this
> for all the interested persons in CLUG or elsewhere to
> partake in. As such its still a project proposal if you like
> as we don't want to be the only people involved as that would
> turn out to be limited in socpe of technology and in
> delivering a final product at the end of the day. Peter had
> some great ideas there on the list, and there was one or two
> more offers to help, so please please come on down and help.
> There are loads of steps to be completed before even one line
> of code is written. As such this is why we really do need all
> your help. We need to define what the project is going to do,
> what its not all that important stuff.
> Anyhow to cut to the chase. I have set up a tempoary wiki and
> Subversion repository on my home DSL server. I will move this
> to project to a dedicated server and repos when
> a) I can commit the resource to do so on a live box
> b) there is sufficent interest in the project
> You can access it all by visiting
> http://projects.druid-web.com/. The subversion repository can
> be accessed via svn co
> http://projects.druid-web.com/repos/WIPT but there is nothing
> there yet so don't bother. Once we have a good project
> running and we have our first release, we can then possibly
> think about moving it to somewhere like sourceforge.
> Now at the moment the Wiki is wide open and will be that way
> for a while.
> Please feel free to add stuff to this as you think fit. We do
> need inital thoughts, requirments ideas on how to do stuff etc etc.
> Finally, its a great idea for CLUG to do a project, don't
> know how this will work out, but there are enough intelligent
> and skilled people on this list to make a very good project.
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