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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 22237] - option to disable ServerSignature on index pages
Date Fri, 08 Aug 2003 18:01:17 GMT
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option to disable ServerSignature on index pages





------- Additional Comments From jvb@prairienet.org  2003-08-08 18:01 -------
The problem I see with that workaround is that if some directories actually have
README files that I would like used, I have to manually change the ReadmeName
directive in those locations.  I would rather not take on that extra
maintenance.  Furthermore, it's also unworkable if the user has permissions to
change the directory contents but not the ReadmeName directive.

Instead of adding a new option, another solution would be to disable display of
the server signature on index pages altogether.  Consider:

    * What relevance does server info have to the displaying of a file index?

    * If indeed it has some relevance, why would you want it to disappear just
because a README exists?

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