(Sorry i made a mistake and didnt send it to the list).
> Hi Everyone ...
> Manuel Kasper schrieb:
>> I'm preparing for the next m0n0wall release, and as you've probably
>> noticed, I've finally added the m0n0wall change log file that I've
>> had lying around on my disk to the repository (in wall/trunk).
> Imho thats a good idea - i hope that things like this gere get added to its
> right brunch folder in resposiitory too :-)
>> If you could add a line to the top of CHANGELOG whenever you make a
>> change to trunk that isn't completely trivial (like a spelling
>> correction), I'd be grateful, since I need that information to
>> compile the change log that gets published on m0n0.ch when a new
>> release comes out. :)
>> I've already added entries for everything I've commited to the
>> repository since 1.21; please add your changes (in a concise format
>> suitable for end users ;) in there as well.
> That make Software/Version Changes/Updates more clearly for all users.
> I see no reason why that shouldnt be done :)
>> At this point I'm not sure whether we should release a beta version
>> (e.g. 1.22b1) or go straight ahead and do a 1.22. Jonathan has made
>> some extensive captive portal/RADIUS changes, but apparently those
>> have already received enough testing. Paul, what about the user/group
>> manager (cool stuff BTW!)?
> User/Group Manager? For what exactly? I didnt read anything about that
> but it sounds very interesting for me. :) On the Changelog the first 2
> Releases took 1 Year - now it make much more Steps forward. What do you
> think about a window of a half year for Stable releases?
> Something like 3-5 Month to add new features and 1 Month to test/debug/clean
> 1.22b1 :)
>> About the automated build server for nightly snapshots: I've
>> considered running a job on the m0n0.ch server, but I'm a bit wary of
>> doing that since it requires running as root (for vnconfig/mdconfig
>> and to get the permissions right) - unless somebody knows of another
>> solution for that? Seems a bit wasteful to run a machine 24/7 just
>> for generating images. ;) Maybe with jail...
> If the m0n0 server has no automatic backup (for a easy and fast restore)
> its a
> high risk in my opinion. Whats with the loads? I guess that will be a
> job for a
> fast maschine - and should NOT run on the same/single webserver. BTW maybe
> "sudo" can be used to improve securitiy (if it MUST run on the same server).
>> Thank you for your help and contributions!
>> - Manuel
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