I don't think Manuel will go this way. As he already stated: "M0n0wall
was designed to be a packet filter". So adding this kind of features
will be recomended on full FreeBSD stations, not one minimal distro.
He sometimes is a litle restrictive on this kind of patches. Like, I'm
working hard on monowall to have it internationalized, but he didn't
said anything about it. I don't know if it will be a good or bad thing
to do with monowall, but I'm doing to help people to work with it in a
more pleasant way.
Another thing I did last week was two patches to have a litle increase
in m0n0wall console security, but no one said anything about, if it was
a god thing or a bad thing.
I will keep developing things for m0n0wall to my needs, and very soon I
will have a monowalll patch page, for those things that are not in
m0n0wall main distro.
Matt Juszczak wrote:
> I think it would be cool to have m0n0wall built in the future not on a
> config file in xml but in a local copy of mysql .... that way
> configuration options could be set to store the data remotely and custom
> applications could easily be developed "off site" to manipulate the data.