web server in Samba4
mike at easysw.com
Mon May 30 13:10:16 GMT 2005
paul kölle wrote:
> Andrew Tridgell wrote:
>>Support for web administration in Samba4 is starting to take shape, so
>>I thought it might be worthwhile to outline some design decisions here
>>in case anyone has any comments.
> Just to add my 0.02 cents. The description sound great ;) A good user
> experience is a great plus. I haven't come across a tool capable to
> abstract samba configuration in a "scenario like" fashion; webmin giving
> you param value pairs in a table is not much better than editing
> smb.conf by hand (in fact it's slower). It lacks abstraction. As for
> and DOM helps a lot to overcome the stateless, syncronous nature webapps
> simply a bug.
it, but depending on it. Write the interface to support enhanced
depend on it for the interface to work.
Also, make sure the interface is usable with text-based browsers like
Lynx, since a) that forces you to follow standards and b) it ensures
the page is usable with screen readers.
Michael Sweet, Easy Software Products mike at easysw dot com
Internet Printing and Publishing Software http://www.easysw.com
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