On Tue, Jan 29, 2008 at 03:51:27PM +0000, Dave Page wrote:
> On Jan 29, 2008 3:41 PM, Josh Berkus <josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com> wrote:
> > Dave,
> > > Right - but that detail is buried in the messages I can't find. Please
> > > recap on what exactly Josh is trying to do.
> > Right now I have a private database on one of my machines, which does 2
> > things:
> > 1) Track and generate the Regional Contacts page;
> > 2) Track all North America press contacts and spam them
> > It's really a bad idea to have this only on one of my machines, which is on
> > the end of a DSL line and has a previous history of power supply issues. For
> > one thing, it keeps me from meaningfully training Robert or Magnus or you
> > from being able to take over for me if food poisoning brings me down.
> OK, that makes a lot more sense (btw, we need to look at these lists
> again - apparently I'm not the only one missing parts of this thread,
> though not necessarily the same parts as others :-o ).
> It seems to me there is a legitimate reason to keep the data on the
> wwwmaster database (and to create some proper PHP scripts for admin
> and the RC page in the future), and for you to have a shell account to
> manage it in the meantime via ssh/ssh tunnel. The spam scripts can
> most definitely stay on svr1, and the temporary script to generate the
> RC page can be run on Yridian (when it's ready or elsewhere in the
> meantime. Alternatively, the RC page can be manually updated.
> I'd still rather not have direct access to the database server.
If you're keeping the scripts on svr1, you open for svr1 (which I think is
already open, but that's a different question). No need for a shell account
on the db server for that...
Are we talking about the RC contact on the website? If that's it, then it's
pobably just as easy to have the website generate the stuff directly, as to
create a temp script on a different box to generate something to be
manually committed to the page.
Josh - is it simple enough that you can in 5 bullet points or so outline
what the requiremetns would be to integrate the whole thing (minus the spam
part) into the website?
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