I’m starting to get hardcore into MacVillage.net Development, starting what will be the final development push.
Today I implemented MD5 encryption across all logins the system performs. It’s deployed and in production at the time. Also did a few other weeks to the authentication system while I’m in there.
I’m strongly considering going with XHTML for a design scheme for the following reasons:
- Main target is Mac OS X (duh), and majority of browsers are compliant (Safari, Mozilla, IE 5).
- Enhance support for wireless devices
- Bandwidth savings
Anyone want to comment on that decision (still pending), drop me a line, or leave me a comment here.
Also on the agenda this week is some cleanup. I’ve got scripts that have been working since 2000 without me touching them. Some I even forgot they existed 🙂 Great that they work so well, but I keep stumbling upon them. Needless to say, each one poses a delay, as I have to figure them out again, decide if they stay or go, and deal with them appropriately. Hopefully not to many left.