[UPHPU] great project meeting last night
geekout at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 20:19:07 MDT 2005
Everything sounds great, it sounds like everyone did a good job of
coming to some important decisions. Too bad I couldn't be there,
sounds like it was fun.
I am trying to get more and more in to security in all aspects of web
development and am a little worried about how we are going to address
it with the project. I saw that Security was written down but almost
feel like we need to do a "Security Check" at the beginning of each
meeting (or, obviously, via email) so that people can help others
learn; it is one thing to be focused on getting some thing to work
well and it can be a totally different thing focused on getting it to
work well and secure.
However, I also know that you could spend 99% of your time worried
about security and not be totally secure.
Just a thought.
On 6/10/05, Mac Newbold <mac at macnewbold.com> wrote:
> Today at 9:42am, Mac Newbold said:
> > We also enumerated a lot of the parts that are extremely common in PHP and
> > PHP/SQL web sites. The majority of them will be part of the "core" while some
> > of them will be modules that will be used on many sites. Jeff Shuey has a
> > photograph of the whiteboard, but it has yet to be transcribed. When it does,
> > we'll add it here for discussion.
> After sending the message this morning, I realized that not only was there
> a photograph of the white board, but that I never erased it, and it was
> sitting here next to me all along. Here are the things we wrote down:
> error handling
> function library
> form validation/creation
> Database CRUD (Create,Read,Update,Delete)
> file layout
> html layout (display)
> CMS-ish features
> Other thoughts are welcome, of course.
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