1. 02 Jun, 2000 3 commits
    • natrak's avatar
      Hopefully this will not break anything *prays* · 776dcde4
      natrak authored
    • Dries's avatar
      · 05d91014
      Dries authored
      * small bugfix + small cosmetic changes
    • Dries's avatar
      · e04a7c3c
      Dries authored
      * Thoughts and `Why?'
        I created a sweet little class that is able to generate tiny calendars.
        98% of all portals (incl. big portals like slashdot and kuro5hin) lack
        a decent way to browse older stories that 'felt' of the news page.  At
        these sites, the only way to access older news is by using the search
        form which - I think - will only very few people tend to do.  If you do
        not know what you are searching for, this isn't very easy neither. As
        a consequence, older stories are often completly forgotten and
        discussions simply drop death as soon they felt of the main page.
        Many stories are actually timeless and can stay interesting and 'live'
        for a longer period of time.  By making them hard to access they are
        often killed before the discussion died peacefully on it's own.
        In other words:
        My calendar class is an attempt to make browsing archives (i.e. older
        stories) (a) possible and (b) easy to do ... and is hence considered a
        navigation improvement compared with the majority of all portals.
        IMHO, small improvements like these can and will make us better in the
        I suggest to integrate it on the main page if you all agree.  You can
        check a `demo' at
        but be aware: it isn't linked with the database yet so you actually
        can't navigate anything yet.  ;)
      Throw in your 2 cents and let me know what you think of it please!
  2. 01 Jun, 2000 1 commit
    • Dries's avatar
      · fbfb8281
      Dries authored
      * The CVS directories (automatically created by the CVS repository) can no
        longer be accessed from the web.  Let's keep lurking eyes out. ;)
      * I'm still idling (except for these kind of tidbits) until Natrak commited
        the new user system.  *evil grin*
  3. 29 May, 2000 3 commits
    • Jeroen's avatar
      - Tweaked my logo a teeny bit. · 052757e2
      Jeroen authored
      - Fixed some table errors in the article and comment-control section form
    • Dries's avatar
      sorry - small typoe · fd13be20
      Dries authored
    • Dries's avatar
      · ff18c8e1
      Dries authored
      Fixed a security flaw:
      .inc files can be read from the web including `config.inc' which contains
      the account information (login, password) to the MySQL database.  Apache
      has now been setup to deny access to all *.inc files from the web.
  4. 28 May, 2000 8 commits
  5. 27 May, 2000 9 commits
  6. 26 May, 2000 5 commits
    • Jeroen's avatar
      All the giffies.... again · 6aed99f8
      Jeroen authored
    • Jeroen's avatar
      Another final commitment, this time factor 10 as good. · c0eca9af
      Jeroen authored
    • Jeroen's avatar
      - I uploaded all of my .giffies, most of the theme should work now. · 09956643
      Jeroen authored
      - Only the webboard is still ugly and you cant read/post comments for now.
      - I still have to copy/paste the comment thing.
    • Jeroen's avatar
      - Uploaded my final theme.class (for now) · 5489f8f2
      Jeroen authored
      - I especcially left one buggy thing in it... if you find it tell me...
    • Dries's avatar
      ------------------------------- · 16ad241f
      Dries authored
      IMPORTANT: temporary theme fix!
      * Added a *temporary* (see below) file called 'reset.php'.  Visiting
        this page at http://beta.drop.org/reset.php will reset your drop.org
        cookie.  This will automatically make you logout from your drop.org
        account, eventually (read: hopefully) fixing some cookie problems
        (if any).
        Example: if you can't surf the site anymore because of the theme
                 problem, you can visit reset.php to logout.  This will dump
                 you on the default theme, which you should always be able
                 to use no matter what.
      * Note that this is a temporary file/fix!  Maybe we should start making
        a development page which groups this kind of features.  For instance,
        we could add a 'cookie reset', 'cookie dump', 'cookie examine', etc.
        If non-developers need this kind of features too, then we might want
        to add it to the account settings, make a helpdesk.php page or
        whatever.  Yes or no?  Suggestions?
  7. 25 May, 2000 5 commits
  8. 22 May, 2000 6 commits