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From Arturo 'Buanzo' Busleiman <bua...@buanzo.com.ar>
Subject Re: Introducing mod_enigform.
Date Sun, 08 Apr 2007 20:41:37 GMT
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William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:
> It's non-trivial but is the best example, I'd point you to FakeBasicAuth
> in mod_ssl.

Hi group! Although I have not used the FakeBasicAuth approach, I'm now announcing that I already
have a (mostly) working implementation of mod_auth_openpgp. It's modelled after mod_authz_host.

I'd appreciatte input on what kind of configuration it would be nice to have. So far I thought
of
Order/Allow/Deny, but I'd like it to be more flexible. If there's anyone who'd like to get
hands on
the code, let me know. I also don't know if this code should be hsoted on apache.org's CVS
servers,
or what, as I plan to release this to the Apache foundation, so Apache becomes the first HTTP
server
to support the upcoming IETF Draft that all this is about.

Any other tips? :)

Sincerely, and in a very happy mood,
Buanzo.

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