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comment What is a good overview of options for access controls/permissions?
I was in the audience when that talk was given :)
Jan
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comment What is a good overview of options for access controls/permissions?
Ah, sorry. I'm working on a browser-based application that will be to manage, schedule and report on advertising-related content. There will be different conceptual classes of user - content producers, content schedulers, managers (who want to see reports and the like) from different organizations, so you can approximate the kind of restrictions I'll be implementing.
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asked What is a good overview of options for access controls/permissions?
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comment Python for large projects
Ah, a fair point. I understood it to mean “what Python-specific things should I know”, which I believe would be appropriate on StackOverflow, but you're right — a general discussion about “ architecting large stuff” would be better on Programmers.
Nov
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comment Python for large projects
I think this is a valid question, but as it stands it's a bit too general. Can you be a bit more specific about the nature of the application? (ex, there isn't much Python-specific advice I could think of that would apply to both large web applications and large GUI applications).
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