I have a slashcode version 2.2.5(*) based site under my command, for which an extension is planned, that would fit well in an isolated (isolate=1) section with a few modified templates put in the section-page (like header;etc;default).
I managed to configure a second virtual host that uses the same SlashVitualUser directive as the main-server with the sectionname as subdomain (etc.myslash.company), overriding the rootdir-variable using SlashSetVar and enforcing the section using SlashSetForm:
SlashSetForm section etc
Everything works fine so far...
I just wondered if it is safe to use the same slash-site (db and all) within two virtual-hosts. And I wondered the more if there isn't an easier way to accomplish this.
As far as I understood mod_perl there shouldn't be any problem, but asking the masters seldom hurts but the professional pride...
* I did fix the released security-holes!.
Is the slashcode written so that can be easily translated to some other languages (UTF-8 not required) ?
I'd like to see how hard it would be to have Krow or someone add in placement tags for images. So you can "ALIGN=LEFT" or Right images and the like.
I don't know of a way to auto-create accounts for new members when they sign up unfortunately. This could be the limiting factor. Not being a Slash buff, I'm not sure if this is required or not. I'm thinking of using the forum arrangement to get member feedback on the data in each article. The idea of using Slash to post site content updates might be a bad idea as well. Is this too far fetched to work?