Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of TNG

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08/26/09 20:54:41 (7 years ago)
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Added reference to wrt160nl, corrected typos.

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    v19 v20  
    2323Thoughts on Next Generation: 
    2424(please add more!) 
    25   * Be backward compatible and build on the excellent core we already have 
    26   * Integrate / "play nice" with other related tools (wifi, networking, authentification, content management, etc.) 
     25 * Be backward compatible and build on the excellent core we already have 
     26 * Integrate / "play nice" with other related tools (wifi, networking, authentification, content management, etc.) 
    2727 * Have two version, one "mini" for limited capacity hardware (as used in many existing installations worldwide, WRTG et al) and one "maxi" for more modern hardware (with much more processing power + memory) 
    2828 * Target platform: OpenWRT (Pyramid Linux as #2 and Sky OS as possible #3, we should also look at a deb/ubuntu packaging maybe) 
     
    4444 * Reporting (to hotspot owners) 
    4545 
    46  
     46* Should play nice with latest linux linksys router (N), WRT160NL. 
    4747 
    4848 
    4949Thoughts snipped from Rob Jone's email on the listserve: 
    5050 
    51 "First of all, in order to ramp up the development of V2, or even finish 
    52 V1, we need to get more people to: 
     51"First of all, in order to ramp up the development of V2, or even finish V1, we need to get more people to: 
    5352  a) send in more patches 
    5453  b) aid more in the testing of what has been achieved. 
     
    5857 * a) Graphic Design: I have worked hard to make the GUI more appealing and easier to understand, but I am no graphic designer by any means. Also I feel that I have received no feedback on the changes that have been made, so I can't continue to improve what I have already done.  
    5958 * b) Scripting: If someone could script the setup of WiFiDog auth, so that it makes sure all of the perquisites are installed, creates the necessary folders if they don't exist, and invokes install.php, for as many distributions as possible, I think that both the current community and new members will be most grateful 
    60  * c)More ideas and concept GUIs for easier navigation of the auth server, I have always thought that there should be a tree view on the right-hand side which drills down by Server > Networks > Venues > Nodes, with the view being restricted by permissions. 
     59 * c) More ideas and concept GUIs for easier navigation of the auth server, I have always thought that there should be a tree view on the right-hand side which drills down by Server > Networks > Venues > Nodes, with the view being restricted by permissions. 
    6160 * d) Documentation Writers: All the information is there, it is just hard to find what you need, this needs to be compiled and corrected, also lots more developer documentation would make it easier for people to get involved. 
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