[isf-wifidog] Project that needs a token architecture...help

Jesse Lloyd ve7lyd at gmail.com
Mer 8 Aou 16:55:44 EDT 2007

OK, how about this:  Does anyone have a working token architecture
based captive portal that they can tar up and send to me?  That way I
can modify something that is close.  The documentation provided
doesn't help me at all because I don't have hardly any grasp of how
wifidog even works.  Aside from modifying the config files, I'm lost.
The data model, is that just variables used in the php script?  Do I
add thing to the config.php?  Are these thing I need to call on my new
index.php page?

Any help would be great.


On 8/8/07, Benoit Grégoire <bock at step.polymtl.ca> wrote:
> On 8 August 2007, Jesse Lloyd wrote:
> > I've been talking to the guys on irc about my project here.  What I
> > want to do is make a token architecture with wifidog.  I want to have
> > a system where the user gets stuck in the captive portal.  He buys an
> > amount of time (1 hr, day or week) and the portal lets him through for
> > that amount of time.  I'm going to use paypal buttons for billing.
> > They simply return you to 1 of 2 URLs, one is a credit card denied and
> > the other is for a successful transaction.
> >
> > What I need now is some direction on how to change auth server into a
> > token architecture.  I've got wifidog working well with the stock
> > settings... what do I do now?
> >
> > Any help would be great,
> As I said on IRC, I'll be glad to help you, but I already wrote a nearly full
> design document
> (http://dev.wifidog.org/wiki/doc/developer/TokenArchitecture). I'm affraid I
> simply don't have the time to help you without more specific questions.
> I fully realize that getting familiar with the codebase is a large and
> time-consuming undertaking, but I don't really see how I can help you, short
> of spending a few weeks writing more documentation.  I've already written a
> lot of the documentation currently available, and at this point I think it's
> best for the community that I spend most of my available volunteer time doing
> coding, helping new developers and integrating their patches.
> But as always, I WILL make time to answer specific questions, especially if
> you are willing to collect and write down part of the answers (as code
> comments or wiki pages)
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