[development] let's cleanup /misc

Bèr Kessels ber at webschuur.com
Fri Jan 6 11:34:56 UTC 2006

Op vrijdag 06 januari 2006 01:31, schreef Larry Garfield:
> /sites
>   /all
>     /modules
>     /themes
>     /theme-engines
>   /default
>     /modules
>     /themes
>     /theme-engines
>     /files
>   /example.com
>     /modules
>     /themes
>     /files
> ...
> That way stuff that people used to put in /modules or /themes would go
> under /sites/all instead, but otherwise functionality is the same.
> Nothing outside of /sites is ever edited by a user (unless they're being
> silly and hacking core).  Backup is then cp ./sites /my/backup/directory
> and you're done, and a .htaccess rule to hide ./sites/* is trivial.
> Thoughts?

I like this, but the security part should get some attention too. Here is my 


/public contains all the web accessible stuff. 
/sites/all contains the default settings.php and default stuff as well as the 

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