euantor

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  1. euantor added a post in a topic: RSS Button shows source code here on IPS   

    Yep, looks like a bug in the query. Date is not a known column.
  2. euantor added a comment on a blog entry: 4.0 - Tables   

    Looks awesome. Only issue I have is all the backslashes for namespaces, but that's inevitable without a ton of aliases.
  3. euantor added a post in a topic: Responsive Framework   

    Please no. If you're going to use a framework, please use something like inuit.css that lets you make your own decisions about style.
  4. euantor added a comment on a blog entry: 4.0 - Dev Introduction   

    Fair enough, should probably have read more I guess before jumping the gun.
  5. euantor added a comment on a blog entry: 4.0 - Dev Introduction   

    So from this, one can assume the autoloader and namespacing isn't going to be PSR-0 compliant? Judging purely by the directory structure of course.
  6. euantor added a comment on a blog entry: IP.Board 3.4 Dev Update: SEO Improvements   

    Yes! SEO is already pretty great though certain URL formats have always irked me. 3.4 is sounding just amazing so far.
  7. euantor added a comment on a blog entry: Introducing IPS CDN Service   

    Wow, really glad to hear this. I just ran out of my MaxCDN 1GB allowance so I'll likely use this. Is there any chance it'll be accessible by outside applications (such as those connected via SSO)?
  8. euantor added a comment on a blog entry: IP.Board 3.4 Dev Update: IP.SEO   

    Great to hear this. I always wondered why the features weren't core anyway as it's just another thing to remember and upgrade.
  9. euantor added a post in a topic: To MD5 or not to MD5   

    I believe I do, though I am new to IPS and may be grasping the wrong end of the stick concerning anything relating to the actual software.
  10. euantor added a post in a topic: To MD5 or not to MD5   



    There are plenty on why MD5 is bad:

    http://blog.cloudfla...ying-up-to-date
    http://codahale.com/...ore-a-password/

    Then there's also sites like this:

    http://www.md5-hash.com/md5-hashing-decrypt/
  11. euantor added a post in a topic: To MD5 or not to MD5   



    Exactly. A lot of systems are using considerably outdated password storage mechanisms.
  12. euantor added a post in a topic: To MD5 or not to MD5   

    Given the power of modern machines and the fact you can use your GPU these days to handle tasks like this as well as the CPU, 2^64 really isn't that un-reachable as you might think.
  13. euantor added a post in a topic: Support for web sockets when using an alternative caching software   

    I guess I am. I get mixed up with terminology sometimes ;) I know socket files are preferred to the traditional IP:port setup and that's why I always use them.
  14. euantor added a post in a topic: Support for web sockets when using an alternative caching software   

    No thoughts on this at all anybody? I'm really eager to get memcache working properly.
  15. euantor added a post in a topic: Support for web sockets when using an alternative caching software   

    I recently submitted a support ticket regarding the fact that when trying to use a socket in order to enable caching via memcache you get an error. I was told that support for web sockets is not core functionality. I believe that this is a major oversight in the caching mechanism as sockets are pretty common. I tend to use them whenever I can when setting up a server. My PHP-FPM install uses a socket rather than server/port, memcache uses a socket and so on. Sockets are regarded as faster as the IP address/Port combination doesn't have to be resolved at all. They're also just way more simply to set up.

    Please at least consider adding support for this. I was surprised to find it missing when it's been available in other software for a while (MyBB supports it for example - the software I've come here from and a free software...)

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