Session timeout, has to be top priority!!!
Sergio A. Kessler
sergiokessler at gmail.com
Fri Sep 8 02:24:07 CEST 2006
and how do you stop people from doing stupids things ?
and where do you draw the line ?
I mean, if I delete an important file or mail and clean the trash,
how do you stop me ?
shit happens, anyway...
and doing something that affect to 99% of the people in a bad way,
just because we want to "help" a stupid that forget to close the mail
in a *public* computer, is nonsense IMO...
btw, someone knows how does gmail or hotmail manage this ?
On 9/7/06, Mark Edwards <mark at antsclimbtree.com> wrote:
> On Sep 7, 2006, at 4:26 PM, Martin Marques wrote:
> > Closing the navegator SHOULD kill the session, AFAIK.
> > So, the only reason I see is if you leave the web browser open.
> Why is that not a good enough reason for a timeout safety feature?
> Someone can have it open but hidden and not realize it.
> Just because someone does something stupid or wrong doesn't mean
> there shouldn't be a safety feature to help them.
> Mark Edwards
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