Re: [opensource-62] notepad advise

From: Keith
Sent on: Tuesday, May 8, 2012 10:22 PM
I don't think that viewers/ readers will overload a server.  I also do not think that inspectors will overload a server. GIT is the best to use. I think I remember his environment being Linux but his viewers may have anything (Linux/Windows/Mac).  Part of the server must be devoted to authentication for viewer/reader login access control. The presentation of documents must be either PDF or HTML.

The inspectors and developers must be able to control revisions and access for write privileges. GIT or Subversion is best for the in-house team with write access authorization.
 An admin will have to run the boat and push the content from devel server functionality to viewer/read only presentation server functionality. To get to the read only permission there must be a user authentication functionality.

Better to give all a requirements doc before you embark on getting their feedback on a solution.


From: OldManRiver <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Tuesday, May 8,[masked]:47 AM
Subject: Re: [opensource-62] notepad advise

All,

If SVN is the problem Linux vs Win, Rapid SVN runs on both, no problems, but GIT is superior and easier to use.

Cheers again!
Nyle E. Davis
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On 05/07/[masked]:03 PM, Jeff Burns wrote:
As I do my Roseanne-Roseanneadanna impersonation - OHHHHHH.  That's different.  :)

Actually, an SVN server would work quite well for that.  I'm going to go with Keith on this one based on your last requirement.   It bumps the complexity up *some*, although it actually simplifies it in a lot of ways.   I know you don't need the source control, but it would allow for offline edits easy enough, then the inspector can check it in with their userid, while the customer's userid had R/O access via the webpage and a link.  The link only works if you have access.   As a side benefit, the customer would know if there had been any modifications to the inspection report, so you could upsell that as a feature.  :)

Cheers
Jeff




On Mon, May 7, 2012 at 8:28 PM, mowgli <[address removed]> wrote:
i meant inspectors can do read/write but others (clients) just need read access. i cant do both w/o using links.  & links is not secure.  sorry for confusion.



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