This kind of state of disrepair is unacceptable. First of all, this
needs to be cleaned up ASAP. Second, all posters should require proper
login authorization and you as the maintainer should be in charge of
managing who posts what and for that reason are responsible for making
sure the site does not end-up the way it did. If this mess is not
cleaned up in a week, this sub-domain will go offline.
On 04/26/2012 07:08 PM, Robin Gareus wrote:
On 04/27/2012 12:43 AM, Tim Orford wrote:
On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 05:47:03PM +0200, Robin
== The questionable - vhosts that may need work
pretty much dysfunct site of Linux VST Compatibility
not sure what to do with it. - previously maintained by Tim Orford
for non-maintenance. It was destroyed by spammers.
It needs access to mysql backups
When did the spamming start? We [only] have
monthly SQL backups since
seems to be the
beginning of the mess. -- Feb 13 - but which year? There's also some
SPAM from before that :(
and upgrade to Drupal 7.
You do have full access to
and the mysql database it currently uses.
However, given that there is from my POV less
need for it
than previously, I vote to remove it (semi?) permanently.
One idea would be to
revert the DB to a last-known good state and then
freeze the site until s.o. comes up with a small script that imports the
content into the wiki.
Not sure how useful that'd be, though. Wine and linux-VST-support have
evolved quite a bit since you've started that project.
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