[Wifidog] What's up next?
papril777 at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 16 10:49:17 EDT 2004
Also "make dist" does not seem to work. It seems it's because of the
dist_sysconf_DATA variable in Makefile.am (it's also giving a warning when
I took it out and it seems to work fine now. Benoit can you confirm it's
not needed and we can commit into CVS without it?
And if we don't want to bundle libhttpd with WiFiDog, then we should give
the users the possibility to specify a path to it instead in configure.in.
> 1. We need to figure out what we do with libhttpd. This has been giving me
> headaches recently. Personally I would either include it with wifidog and
> make it build at the same time, or simply include the sources with
> wifidog, already patched, and just compile with it. That would save a lot
> of trouble to anyone who'd like to compile it (including --> me..
> compiling for the wrt54g is a little pain).
> 2. We need to test multiple connections, the timing out, the classes, at
> the same time and see if the software stays up forever without crashing
> and fix any bugs we see.
> 3. Doxygen documentation :)
> 4. Add the possibility to have users with no restrictions, in the config
> file. This will probably require us to return the username to the gateway
> from the central server with the user profile.
> User: papril777 at yahoo.com
> Profile: 5
> Do a compare with a list of users that have no restrictions in the config
> Not sure if it should be done this way and if it's related to groups at
> We should setup a box somewhere on the net to act as the "central server"
> for now (or even forever). That way we have a real setup happening.
> I will have some time to test tonight and saturday.
> Please add anything else to that list :)
>> It looks like we've reached stable status on the OpenWRT (more
>> testing by Phil and maybe Pascal would be great.)
>> Now, what features are next on the block? I know there's a lot to
>> do, but I want a good idea of what's most important to work on next.
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