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Commit da1331b0 authored by Leigh B. Stoller's avatar Leigh B. Stoller

TODO list.

parent 1bef3cc5
From: Leigh Stoller <stoller@fast.cs.utah.edu>
To: Testbed Operations <testbed-ops@fast.cs.utah.edu>
Subject: Re: web form stuff
Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2000 17:20:42 -0800 (PST)
So, here is my list of things to do. No particular order. Relative
importance should be obvious. Whoever does this work *will* program in the
dominate style of the existing, newly written, 4500 lines of code! Now, if
I could just figure out how to add a php mode to emacs ...
* Decouple root privs from begin experiment privs, as per Jay
request. Default on for begin experiment, default off for root.
* Fix the "revisit" problem. If you revisit the page after logging in, your
login is lost. The original index page I started with passed the uid along
with a URI parameter. If you click "reload" no problem cause it sends the
same URI to the page, which includes the uid (?stoller). But if you log
in, go someplace else, and then visit the page again, its lost and you
have to log in again. The simple fix is to add another cookie, or to
include the uid in the existing cookie (the one I added to send back the
hash key).
* Fix the email list problem. Right now we add people people to the two
email list files in /usr/testbed/www/maillist when they apply. We should
either delay that until they are approved, or make sure they get taken
back out when denied.
* Minor bells and whistles and formatting changes. Or maybe I mean fancy
things up a tiny bit. I tend to be a minimalist (my favorite example is
the google search page compared to the Lycos or netscape page), but my
stuff is probably too minimal.
* Admin pages. Continue to add the admin modes to various pages, or create
a new set of admin only pages. I prefer admin modes in existing pages.
* Continue on the authentication stuff as per Dave's original suggestion of
certificates. I'm not too crazy about this unless its easy to do all of it
on my home machine (apache server).
* Continue to hook up the backend parts of the system, which right now is a
major unfinished piece of business.
* More linking of information in the forms. There are some obvious places
where stuff should be presented as hypertext links so that navigation is
easier.
* Backup links in all the pages.
* Page Footers in all the pages. Last modified, link to main testbed page,
email address of the testbed, etc.
* Change to ?uid=stoller&pid=testbed style arguments in all the pages I
have not yet fixed (that is, get rid of that regex thing at the top of
the page to find the arguments).
* Add a Show Project Information selection page (akin to the Show
Experiments selection page), which invokes the existing showproject
page. Useful for admin types who want to see the information for a
particular project.
* Admin page to remove a project.
* Admin page to remove a user.
* Admin page to remove an experiment.
* Add confirm buttons in various places. I did one in the end experiments
page, as a simple button (so you gotta press two things). I think this
appproach is fine.
* Fix case sensitivity problems in project, user, and experiment names.
That is, anyplace a user *types* in a username, project name, or an
experiment name, downcase it. Mac was going to do this, but I don't know
if he got to it.
* Cleanse the database of random entries that have crept in.
* Get people to go use the pages (including modify user information!).
* Lastly, macrofy the entire thing and get rid the damn frames! I hate
frames!
Lbs
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