1 May 2001 GJF   » (Apprentice)

It turns out we need HTTPS, so tinyproxy is on its way out. I've installed squid (on a 486!) and it seems to be working (I'm using it now).

On the mod_virgule front

I'm writing a mod_virgule module for my advogato clone site that will write alias files based on the trust metric levels. The idea is to have mailing lists consisting of all members above a given trust level and have these maintained entirely by mod_virgule. I'm hoping to manage posting restrictions with the majordomo list management functions.

I'm also still trying to weed out some bugs in my rtf to html converter application. Then I want to integrate that with mod_virgule too...so users can upload rtf instead of typing into the form.

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