[Wifidog] More MySQL Problems (With Patch) in WifiDog-Auth SQLcode,

Alexandre Carmel-Veilleux saruman at northernhacking.org
Fri Oct 1 17:35:07 EDT 2004

On Fri, Oct 01, 2004 at 02:04:53PM -0400, Benoit Grégoire wrote:
> There are two reasons I did it that way, whether they are good ones is up to 
> interpretation.  The first is to not polute the user's table with anything 
> [snip]
> was put into it and it's still in the early stages, so somebody else may code 
> something much better...

	Also, if we ever have a more granular approach to admin rights,
we won't have to separate the tables.

> Even if it doesn't sound this way, I didn't spend very much time on the 
> architecture of wifido-auth, Most decisions I took out of habbit of after 5 
> minutes of reflexion.  So I'm very open to any properly justified change,.. 
> assuming it's accompanied by code ;).

	A web app is a fscking web app. I've done half a dozen, you've done
more of them, at one point you pick a pattern and stick to it. What worked
well 3-30 times before will work well now.


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