Not sure exactly what you mean Robert. I've written tools to generate Apache configs, if that's along the lines of what you're doing.
The license for oberon project is GPLv3 or later.
has anyone tried to "signup with google" at rebol based web-app?
they find vulnerabilities in various oauth(2)/openid implementations that are used by many people, so writing my own to use it in production doesn't sound so good. writing for the receiving end of openid is simpler, but still.
Does anyone has a tip for a cheap service like: chartbeat.com, gosquared.com etc.?
Does anyone know about Wordpress themes that display code nicely?
Robert: depending on which part of those services is important to you. I have WIP analytics software that I so far only use internally and is not a typical webpage analytics (but conversion focused analytics). So it would at least fill one condition you are looking for. Cheap as I would give it to you for free, if you wouldn't heavily burden my server, and just compensating for expenses otherwise. But as I said it's not a polished all-round product yet (but has some special things others don't in case that would be what you also needed).
Janko, thanks. I signed up for GoSquared now. Going to see how it works out. Even I think it's more for realtime analytics of campaigns which require high-traffic. That's defenetly not what our site is about :-) but anyway, has a nice interface and is easy to use.
Today I went on the Saphirion's Website. There seems to be something wrong in the config of the webserver as the .shtml pages appear as plain text source file !? Tested on IE and FF on Windows7
Will try it, thanks Peter. Did not know about it...it will come in handy...
I have trouble reading data from CGI using POST on R3. I try to upload an image using POST then on server I use data: read system/ports/input to get the POST data, but it seems that the data are truncated. There doesn't seem to be some specific boundary where the data are truncated, I'm uploading images in range from cca 15-200kB, the resulting data are few hundreds to few tens of kB long, so there's no artificial boundary like 32'000 bytes. Anyone has any experience with getting data from POST?