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Re: Web applications



I agree, web apps package are not standardized at all, there is a lot of 
things to say ...

you pointed out database configuration problems, but there is others :
 * all packages enforce users to use subdirectories for apps you install. 
I mean : http://your_fqdn/app1/, http://your_fqdn/app2/  ... where a lot 
of users would like to use vhosts naming conventions like : 
http://app1.fqdn/
 * some package even don't setup sql databases
 * wwwconfig-common is a good idea, but is not as good as it should/could 
be

I'm interested in working about some policy about web applications 
packaging. (please note that I'm not a DD yet, only in the NM queue 
waiting for an AM, but I'm packaging flyspray)
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Pierre Habouzit                                   http://www.madism.org/
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