[LAD] [paul at linuxaudiosystems.com: [Jack-Devel] jackaudio.org website shut down due to hacking]
koshimazaki at fastmail.fm
Fri Jun 27 09:54:03 UTC 2014
I could take this on in case there's still need for a volunteer. I'm a
professional web developer. I'm also in favour of gh-pages, that I use
quite a bit, as long as it's fine for it to be a static site. It's
simple, fast, free, made for open source project sites and it's git so
it works great when different people make changes to the site.
Of course I can't really spend more than about an hour per day on it,
what with my day job and all, but hopefully it's not a massive job and I
think I should be able to get it done in a finite amount of time.
Does this sound reasonable? If so, what would be the next steps?
On Fri, May 30, 2014, at 22:00, Adrian Knoth wrote:
> I'm sure there must be users out there who are familiar with web stuff
> and are burning to help their favourite inter-application audio
> framework. ;)
> Step up, please.
> PS: There is also a semi-complete move to GH-pages. If your're familiar
> with github, you could be the ideal volunteer. ;)
> ----- Forwarded message from Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>
> Date: Fri, 30 May 2014 11:56:02 -0400
> From: Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>
> To: JACK <jack-devel at lists.jackaudio.org>
> Subject: [Jack-Devel] jackaudio.org website shut down due to hacking
> The malicious conscience-free leeches who push pharmaceutical spam
> to hack into jackaudio.org in a very deep way. They had full access to
> everything including the ability to fiddle with MySQL tables (some of
> them). I don't consider any part of the Drupal site safe, so I have shut
> down and replaced it with a single static index.html file.
> The source tarballs for JACK1 were uncorrupted (probably JACK2 also -
> waiting for confirmation from Stephane on this), and I have put up a new
> link to the most recent. I also referenced github for the source code
> repository and issue tracker.
> As someone said on IRC today
> " It's a shame the lead dev has to waste his time coding, answering
> questions AND fixing drupal backdoors "
> If someone else wants to volunteer to resurrect the roughly 60 pages of
> content that were at jackaudio.org (and realistically, it is probably
> like 20 of real stuff that is needed), get in touch. I can give you full
> access to everything you will need.
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> Jack-Devel at lists.jackaudio.org
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