[Framework-Team] Re: PLIP125 (link integrity) part II - redirect-on-move ready for merge

Martin Aspeli optilude at gmx.net
Sun Dec 24 01:57:10 UTC 2006

Hi Hanno,

> Control panel pages that don't require any fancy widgets are really easy
> thx to formlib. If you look at my examples in plone.app.controlpanel,
> you will notice that they mostly consist of lots of boilerplate code one
> can copy'n'paste ;)

Good point, thanks :)

>> I don't think it's that much of a hit, though. On every object move or
>> delete, the following operations take place:
> I'm not concerned about those.

Right, agree.

> I'm mostly concerned about search engine crawlers revisiting already
> indexed sites. Not sure how much traffic those generate these days,
> though. Other than that the usual attacks websites have to endure come
> to my mind, like bots looking for insecure PHP apps on your domain (like
> awstats, phpmyadmin, ...). But probably you should filter those out in
> Apache or Squid in front of Plone anyways.

Good catch - didn't think about that.

> I don't think a config option is a priority, but rather a nice-to-have
> feature :)

I'd say we can merge before such an option is in place, definitely. 
Also, if you really need to turn it off, you have just to customise 
default_error_page.pt, though I agree that a switch would be nice (and 
not that hard).


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