[isf-wifidog] Server Name new location - Do you know where

Wadih M. golden_rock at hotmail.com
Mer 8 Aou 16:07:14 EDT 2007


Let's not get ourselves all ruffled over these minor matters. One key 
element in software development and open source projects is patience. If you 
wanted me to send you these "learning CSS" links, a reminder e-mail would of 
sufficed. Another good way is tu use the Google search engine and query 
something like "CSS tutorials".

I also sent you an e-mail about wifidog documentation but I didn't recieve 
any response from you. Nonetheless, I went on by myself and didn't send an 
e-mail to the hundreds of people on the wifidog list talking about how you 
didn't answer me back.

If you want to further discuss these matters with me, please send me a 
private e-mail. Cheers.


Here's an excellent source for people (Don) wishing to learn CSS, HTML, SQL, 
PHP, and many more:



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>No, I found it totally useless. Without some sort of explanation or some 
>documentation it does not help me solve my problem at all.  There are so 
>many other problems with the install that "frankly Scarlet, I don't give a 
>When I try to add Google Maps, it points to an error with the Server Name, 
>which now no longer exists.  Normally I would have generated a Trouble 
>Ticket (since it worked before), but I have no incentive to create new 
>Trouble Tickets until I at least see some progress on my existing ones.  
>See the other reporting problem that I identified to the group earlier in 
>my emails.  But all of this is CQSF's problem, not mine or ours.
>As I said in a previous email, I am pretty well stopped in all my 
>activities - documentation etc. so my interest is plummeting rather 
>quickly.  The sources of information that I was trying to use are useless 
>as proven above [shows a lack of interest pretty much] - Wadih working on 
>the email problem where I have a ticket open without even a hint to the 
>group that he planned to do so.  Did he ever response to your email about 
>learning css.  I think not.  Big BUT, we are all volunteers, so do not 
>expect too much.
>I will assume that all of this is because it is summer, so we will see what 
>happens come October or so.
>Other comment.  We are the only ones using your Yahoo location.  I know 
>that you sent out an email on this, but perhaps a follow up would be in 
>order.  I created a whole bunch of topics, so theoretically things should 
>more or less sort themselves there.  As you may have noticed, other than 
>this one - i.e. a reply,  I have ceased to send emails to the group, I will 
>not only post thoughts, progress, ideas etc to Yahoo.  If the others do not 
>want to go there, then I will wait until someone comes up with a better 
>Did I miss any Topics that you can think of.  I know we will see the need 
>for others later, - and we will have to get others to come on board, or 
>abandon the idea.
>Sort of brings back the idea of who knows what, and who knows what others 
>Jeff Schallenberg wrote:
>>On 8/6/07, *Benoit Grégoire* <bock at step.polymtl.ca 
>><mailto:bock at step.polymtl.ca>> wrote:
>>     On Sunday 29 July 2007, Don Druce wrote:
>>     > With the new auth-server, I have no idea where to input the Server
>>     > Name.  Can anyone help?
>>     There is no longer a concept of server name since the server and
>>     virtual host
>>     objects have been cleanly split.
>>Did you find this response helpful?
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