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[nycphp-talk] testers wanted - phpguardian.com

charles at softwareprototypes.com charles at softwareprototypes.com
Wed Jun 19 12:10:07 EDT 2002


uh, php runs on the server side. It never gets off of the server
because that's pointless.

Just who are we shielding the code from exactly? 

- Ourselves? Get real.
- The "competition"? It entirely defeats the purpose and spirit of
open source. 
- "Crackers?" They just stress test your back-up and recovery
procedures. 

Use CVS or SourceSafe or some other file versioning system and put
checked-out copies of the the files in a tree under a shared
directory or under the various home directories.

This abomination entirely defeats the purpose and spirit of open
source. I say ignore it. If you're really in a snit, boycott it.

Its a __bad__ idea. ON par with charging for your OS.

-Ch-A.

> From: Hans Zaunere <zaunere at yahoo.com>
> Organization: New York PHP
> Reply-To: talk at nyphp.org
> Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2002 10:29:14 -0400
> To: NYPHP Talk <talk at nyphp.org>
> Subject: [nycphp-talk] testers wanted - phpguardian.com
> 
> 
> There's been some talk lately of source protection.  This package
looks
> very nice after a quick glance.
> 
>> From: "ade_inovica" <mrwowza at hotmail.com>
>> 
>> Hi there
>> 
>> We're just about ready to release an application called
phpguardian -
>> an application which will protect php source code.  We are really 
>> keen to get some people to try it, so if anyone is interested, 
>> please visit http://www.phpguardian.com and go to the download link
>> 
>> All the best to everyone!
>> 
>> Ade
> 
> 
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