[development] Remove q=node from required modules
brian at brianvuyk.com
Tue Aug 11 14:54:19 UTC 2009
It was done out of anger at your off-the-handle response to an innocent
question. I was merely asking a question in pursuit of something you
suggested yourself moments later on the mailing list. As much as I
respect your work and contributions, your attitude is very off-putting.
Regardless, it was an unprofessional response on my part, and I do
Karoly Negyesi wrote:
> Thanks for keeping up with basic IRC policies and asking permission to
> quote a chat to a public mailing list before doing that.
> On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 6:25 AM, Brian Vuyk<brian at brianvuyk.com> wrote:
>> For all that I respect your contributions and hard work, you can be somewhat
>> abrasive at times.
>> <brianV> what's the best way to get rid of the main ?q=node content listing?
>> <chx> brianV: how big lart do you want to be applied on you?
>> <chx> brianV: in other word, are you fucking kidding me?
>> <chx> brianV: i already wrote the devel list a polite version of "stfw
>> <brianV> chx: I've been following. I'm not writing a core patch, don't
>> worry. I think it's an important part of core. However, I can see the
>> benefit of having a contrib module for it, so I am following up on
>> that. I am doing it with hook_menu_alter, just curious if there is a better
>> <brianV> chx: anyways, good to see I have the ability to get your hackles up
>> first thing in the morning
>> Anyways, I am shortly going to commit a contrib module for this. I've done
>> it on half a dozen sites I've built. I just never thought that it might be
>> useful to others. Just wanted to make sure doing it with hook_menu_alter was
>> the most efficient / sensible way.
>> Karoly Negyesi wrote:
>>> Oh and if we want just this URL to be disabled, write a <1K contrib
>>> that hook_menu_alters 'node' to access callback FALSE.
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