Bug#238143: ITP: wzdftpd -- A portable, modular, efficient and not user-friendly ftp server
On Tue, Mar 16, 2004 at 12:36:44PM +0100, Hilko Bengen wrote:
> Pierre Chifflier <email@example.com> writes:
> > Package: wnpp
> > Severity: wishlist
> > * Package name : wzdftpd
> > Version : 0.2.3
> > Upstream Author : Pierre Chifflier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > * URL : http://www.wzdftpd.net/
> > * License : GPL
> > Description : A portable, modular, efficient and not user-friendly ftp server
Thanks for your reply. Globally, the description is not adequate, mainly
because I pasted the description from sourceforge, which was describing
the server for all possible users (including windows ones, yes).
> > wzdftpd is designed to run in user-mode, and to be entirely
> As opposed to what? Kernel mode?
My bad, I should have said 'to be run as a simple user' as opposed to
> > configurable using SITE commands (no gui !). It works on
> Ahem... Server applications w/o a GUI are not _that_ uncommon in
> Unix-like systems.
No configuration gui. Again, this _is_ uncommon for other users.
> > linux/win32 (use winsock for best perfs), supports SSL, and is
> Irrlevant for Debian. At least for now. ;-)
And for a long time, I hope ! :)
> > multithreaded.
> > .
> > Extensions can be written using modules or externals scripts.
> > Features are: unix-like permissions+acls, virtual users/groups, security,
> > speed, bandwith limitation (user,group,global), group admins, per command
> > authorizations, ratio, etc.
> "Flexible user management"
Ok, though I don't think it covers the same features. I'll change these
lines a bit.
> > Virtual dirs/files can be defined, with restrictions on users/groups/flags.
> > Users can belong to several groups, allowing to define group properties.
> > wzdftpd is distributed under the terms of the GPL.
> Don't put that into the description.
> Considering that this is not going to be the first ftp server in
> Debian, tell people what makes it special, if you want your package to
> be widely used.
I changed the description to be the following:
wzdftpd is designed to be run as a user, and to be entirely
SITE commands. It works on linux/bsd/win32, supports Ipv6, SSL, and is
Features are: flexible user management, acls, virtual users/groups,
speed, bandwith limitation, per command authorization, virtual
ip changes auto-detection, etc.
It includes several authentication backends, is easily
scriptable and provides
a powerfull event-driven system to extend server.
Thanks for you reply !
BOFH excuse #380:
Operators killed when huge stack of backup tapes fell over.