[rt-devel] Re: [rt-users] mail aliases?

Jesse jesse at fsck.com
Fri Apr 28 18:05:28 EDT 2000

On Fri, Apr 28, 2000 at 10:45:37PM +0100, Anil Madhavapeddy wrote:
> Hi, I've just deployed RT-1 at our company, and we are following RT-2
> with great interest (particularly the Bugzilla integration!).  Great
> job with RT-1, it saved me a lot of time!
> Should have developer resources free sometime soon to extend RT for our
> needs, but seeing RT-2 in CVS gives me hope that we can contribute
> features back to the tree rather than RT-1 coding that will be
> dead-ended.
> We do indeed have tech-savvy HTML designers at our company, and
> will have a look at this as soon as I get RT-2 checked out and
> running!  I was under the impression the RT-2 tree was "broken",
> but if it's functional then I'll try and marshall some people and
> start chipping in here.  Can't promise though, since the company's
> going through a systems restructure in the short term, so everything
> is hectic.

It's in a state of flux. If you feel up to it, feel free to check it out
of CVS and hae a look around
> Don't cookies have an SSL option, that restricts them to only being
> sent over an SSL link?  IMP, a PHP-based web client uses this method
> to store session information, and it works pretty securely without
> the added complication of SSL-Certificate code.

That's roughly what we're doing, actually :)

> Incidentally, is there any interest in a PHP-based UI to the RT-2
> system.  It may be of interest, since PHP4 with PHPLIB provides a very
> powerful set of session handling and authorisation frameworks, and makes
> it really easy to develop web-user interfaces.  Again, this is
> something I want to look at hacking up, but just checking to see if
> any duplicate efforts are under way, or any reason not to do so?

Well, actually we're building the web UI on top of HTML::Mason, which does 
a lot of the same stuff PHP and PHPLIB take care of.

> Best Regards,
> Anil Madhavapeddy
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