I could also give chrooted ftp access to the directory, but I don't really want to run a ftp server if I don't have to. Might not be better than WP. On Thu, 19 Jun 2014 00:18:52 +0800 Niklas Lemcke - 林樂寬 <compul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Stephen: you have a point there. Though as you already mentioned, .html > would mean I have to use vim to edit it -- which is ok -- but if I'm on > the road there will be no updates. An alternative would be giving others > chroot jailed ssh access, but I'm no fan of that. > Thus I resorted to WP because a) I know it and b) it's being actively > maintained and regularly updated, so it's something we shouldn't need > to worry about. That can of course be discussed. > Maybe there's already some kind of service that could take signed > emails by a fixed set of addresses and save them as a file? That could > work. > > Alain: It would be even easier to move it out of WP into some static > html or php files. The problem is that then only I would be able to > edit. I'm usually always around at least my laptop, but there are rare > times when I'm not. That would suck. We have to weigh our options here. > > I personally don't think bootstrap would be necessary. The page is very > simple, so it would be fairly easy to make a responsive layout out of > it. But CipherShed is a desktop software, so I think that wouldn't > even be necessary. Also we would still have the same problem about > editing and ssh. > > Any pro's / con's about either using something like WP, or just having > me as a single editor? Maybe some completely different ideas? > > -- Niklas At the time of writing, no warrants have ever been served to me, Niklas Lemcke, nor am I under any personal legal compulsion concerning the CipherShed project. I do not know of any searches or seizures of my assets.
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