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From Astrid Ke├čler <>
Subject Re: Credentials under which Apache serves requests
Date Fri, 25 Apr 2003 09:14:29 GMT
> Check out the subject line: it's both grammatically twisted and
> just plain unintelligible.


> So the question is, how do we refer to such things in a way that is
> specific and direct, but general enough to cover all apache users.

> One possibility is to develop some specific terminology to cover this
> user, define it, and use it consistently.  The disadvantage to this
> approach is that it adds an extra level of abstraction that must be
> navigated by users.  The subject line is one example, but I hate it.  Any
> other ideas?

I prefer terms like 'http system user', 'system permissions' as
suggested by nd. A terminoloy schould be easy to understand -
Credentials imho isn't and I have no better one. Excatness as Michael
wants can be reached by further description of the term.


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