From: kevin lyda (kevin at domain suberic.net)
Date: Thu 23 Aug 2001 - 12:32:26 IST
On Wed, Aug 22, 2001 at 08:52:57AM +0100, Paul Jakma wrote:
> what is the best way to securely allow non-techy users to update a
> www site on the internet?
i would suggest looking at copperfasten developed by menlo park
technologies in galway. http://www.copperfasten.com/ they have a
windows client and servers for nt, linux, solaris and tru64. and there
is a command line client for linux/unix.
it will not only allow secure updating, but allows users to delegate
sections of the website to others (w/o admin intervention), it will
monitor content and can remove/move and replace files that have changed
w/o authorisation, and can do a form of version control.
-- kevin at domain suberic.net simple four line sigs - fork()'ed on 37058400 bandwidth friendly; nice to do. meatspace place: work some admins clueless. http://suberic.net/~kevin --netiquette haiku 2001
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