As for now members can...
- Post comments for other members to see on the Bulletin Board
- Every user has his or her very own wall that they or other members can post on.
- Members can upload photos and create photo album pages.
- Members can't post Announcements (you can turn this on from the admin panel)
It is template driven and has many features like smilies and post formatting. Please tell me what you think.
So, what are the advantages of using SVN? I still have no clue what SVN even does. From the SVN home page it looks like just something for managing files and folders. It also sounds a little on the heavy side, something that Kudos is aimed at not being. Plus it's all binary and has OS specific releases, that means my users would have to have to be on a certain OS to run my CMS and - correct me if I'm wrong - you would have to have direct access to the server to install it.
been using CVS at work for ages (were just switiching to SVN atm)
it allows you to roll back changes if they go tits up and also its helpful if you have more than one developer working there are more benifits aswell.
mysql> SELECT * FROM `users` WHERE `users`.`clue` > 0;
Empty set (0.00 sec)
Other than that all the other ones don't do anything at all. I'll fix the problem and release a patch.
NOTE: These will not screw up someone's account, they will only waist disc space. Thanks for the heads up.
Using xss vulnerability someone could steel your cookies, possibly getting access to victim's account.
Another thing that can be done, is a popup window, that will show attackers page, or even a redirect :S