It looks like XSS attacks against phpMyAdmin will be there forever. There is floating another in the air (if SourceForge would have working CVS, it would be already released). Maybe it's time to make complete rewrite of phpMyAdmin codebase? But that's too long term project and nobody seems to be interested in that. Maybe some security audit would help resolving at least most painful issues, but this is again same problem. Any volunteer to do this hard work?
However they have some ideas which we might incorporate. First think I
noticed in documentation is that they have settings for broken setups
of MySQL which lead to wrong displaying of data. Just put
names="latin1" and it should work. Nice, but I still think that
people should rather learn how to use encodings in MySQL properly.
Second usefull thing is reload link in left frame. Well they aren't able to reload it automatically, so they need it right now, but that simple link is requested by our users anyway.
Most of users noticed that there is not much progress in Wammu development. This is mostly caused by problems which wxPython already caused me and drops my motivatio to create something new using it to zero. However I want Wammu to have future, so it looks obvious, that it has to leave wxPython.
For now I'm decided to go either with PyGTK or using some high level framework as Kiwi. The latter gives advantage of better abstraction, but pure PyGTK could attract more developers. I'm not yet decided about this choice and I'm creating proposal for highly modular core, which should allow (somewhat, at least for beginning) idependent plugins to handle different data in phone (and later maybe even different backends).
If you would like to join me in developing wammu-ng (the name will probably change), you're welcome to drop me a mail on email@example.com.
When I looked for blog system to use, I have looked to various systems. From big ones like Wordpress to small ones like NanoBlogger. At the end I ended with NanoBlogger, because it looked more suitable for my needs.
However I still needed some customizations to make it work exactly how I
want. First was to enable experimental titpe-based links. This makes
links look better and people (and search engines) can see from link what
is the entry about. Besides uncommenting some parts of code commented
experimental title-based links, there was needed little change to
archive generator to make correct links for previous/next entries.
Next think I wantes was RSS feed list for categories on main pages. This is needed as many people will be interested only in some parts of this blog. This part is a bit hacky and I choose simple way to do this by only changing parts in category links.
Last thing is listing which is included on other pages like pma.cihar.com. This part only uses existing code and doesn't really add anything new except two tempates for it.
Now I enjoy NanoBlogger and hopefully it will last some time :-). If you want to use same customization, patch is available here.
Finally it went through long NEW queue and it has been accepted!
Subject: wammu_0.13-1_i386.changes ACCEPTED From: Debian Installer <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Michal Čihař <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 02 May 2006 08:49:56 -0700 Accepted: wammu_0.13-1.diff.gz to pool/main/w/wammu/wammu_0.13-1.diff.gz wammu_0.13-1.dsc to pool/main/w/wammu/wammu_0.13-1.dsc wammu_0.13-1_all.deb to pool/main/w/wammu/wammu_0.13-1_all.deb wammu_0.13.orig.tar.gz to pool/main/w/wammu/wammu_0.13.orig.tar.gz Announcing to firstname.lastname@example.org Closing bugs: 326710 Thank you for your contribution to Debian.