Peter Murray <[log in to unmask]>
> > By the way, why's the F-word missing from the logo on foss4lib.org?
> > It would be nice to see freedom reintroduced there.
> An oversight between the graphics design group and the technology
> group. I hope to have it resolved soon.
> >> Anyone that has registered for an account (which just requires a
> >> valid e-mail address) can add a package:
> >> http://foss4lib.org/node/add/package
> >> ...as well as any of the other content types (Event, Release,
> >> Provider, and Institution). If you're seeing something that is
> >> preventing you from doing that, please let me know.
> > Sadly it requires more than a valid email address.
> You and I have exchanged e-mail about this in the recent past. I am
> willing to try turning it off, but there is limited people bandwidth
> to monitor for malicious activity at the moment. If it gets bad,
> I'll need to turn it back on.
I acknowledge any open-for-contributions site will need some anti-spam
tools. Maybe tactics along the lines described at
http://www.textcaptcha.com/ would help.
But discriminating against disabled users is very poor form.
> > It looks like it's using drupal: can people be allowed to login with
> > OpenID without the eyetest, please? That would open access to users
> > of Wordpress/Livejournal/Google/Yahoo/...and places that do allow
> > registrations from people with imperfect eyesight.
> I can add that to a future development list.
I'm 99% certain that OpenID is in drupal Core. Surely it only needs
configuring, not developing?
Thanks for thinking about the non-product-specific providers.
Hope that helps,
MJ Ray (slef), member of www.software.coop, a for-more-than-profit co-op.
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