As many of you have noticed, in early January, that machine was taken offline. Since that time, the Slash programmers have thoroughly audited the entire codebase. We conclude that no unauthorized changes were made -- neither to the publicly-available code as served from that machine, nor to the private code which is used internally on OSDN websites.
Nevertheless, we advise the maintainers of Slash sites which were using post-2.2.6 code from CVS to take several steps to ensure the integrity of their code. Also, to continue accessing new CVS code, it will be necessary to switch to the code's new CVS server at SourceForge.net; please click Read More for more information.
The class has about 200 students. Would the Slash moderation mechanism work well for this purpose?
In particular, students would be expected to moderate postings of their peers. Moreover, I would need access to the moderation logs since students can get marks for moderating.
It was running drupal (PHP code) but that did have a very big problem: I do not know, and I hate PHP. Then, the idea is to use Slash (I love Perl).
So, SlackZone is a web space to the SlackWare community.