AW: AW: [IRCServices] Backup databases?
duane at groth.net
Wed Nov 14 01:06:01 PST 2001
Well if we're going to hypothesis on web based user admin of services,
why not super users, with SSL encryption? I mean instead of typing a
heap of commands, scrolling up and down, isn't it usually easier to
see all the options and information in front of you on one page?
Not to mention the fact that there are a large amount of IRC networks
running web interfaces with Java chat clients, wouldn't services web
interfaces be the logical next step?
My original statement only mentioned this as a side benefit, what I'm
really after is redundancy, or the very least automatic change over on
Duane mailto:duane at groth.net
Wednesday, November 14, 2001, 9:08:53 AM, you wrote:
>> Buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuut....Isn't the idea of
>> *IRC*Services, for them to be used on *IRC* Networks??
>> I was being sarcastic about editing thru web browser ;D
CB> Well you will use them on irc, but I see nothing wrong with doing the
CB> admin on the web. I would assume more users would be familiar with web
CB> interfaces than with sending chanserv/nickserv the commands. Not that
CB> I'm saying ircservices should be changed this way, I just don't see
CB> anything against it.