[development] Core drupal.module moved to contrib site_network.module
pwolanin at gmail.com
Tue Oct 9 16:32:07 UTC 2007
Perhaps I'm misunderstanding - I thought once I use the Drupal model
to log into a site a local account is created? Thus, the only issue
is whether users have properly set an e-mail address?
On 10/9/07, Gerhard Killesreiter <gerhard at killesreiter.de> wrote:
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> Derek Wright schrieb:
> > On Oct 9, 2007, at 6:52 AM, Sean Robertson wrote:
> >> I've been able to use @drupal.org on quite a few other sites too, so I
> >> think it'd be a good idea to focus some efforts on making this
> >> backwards compatible.
> > Apparently few people read the issue:
> > http://drupal.org/node/178768
> > Or they would have seen Moshe's comment #22 there:
> > http://drupal.org/node/178768#comment-317538
> > "I strongly recommend that drupal.org continue to run this module. Many
> > many people on groups.drupal.org use login via [distributed
> > authentication] to drupal.org and [t]hey will all be shut out if we stop
> > running this module. There are lots of other sites like this too."
> > Even if it's no longer in core, a) drupal.org itself can continue to run
> > it for as long as we want
> The question is: do we want to? People are using the password to our
> site on some potentially insecure sites.
> I think it is desirable for d.o to stop using drupal.module as soon as
> feasible. Read: As soon as g.d.o has fixed the issue. We should be able
> to add missing email address by doing some syncronizing between d.o and
> g.d.o's databases.
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