by PublicAccess on Mar 28, 2000 at 23:02 UTC (replies)
Here, you can post requests for action to the PerlMonks site janitors. However, this normally should not be necessary, and is considered a route of last resort.Deprecated; in fact, so deprecated that the form for posting no longer exists on this page.
The preferred way to make such requests is through the consideration process.
However, you must be Friar in order to do that. Monks of lower levels need other means.
The next best way is probably to enter the chatterbox, see if there are any janitors about, and discuss the matter with them. Even if there are no janitors chatting in the cb, there will almost certainly be some Friars who can create the consideration for you.
Failing even that, we suggest that you simply /msg janitors with your request. They will see it in their inbox.
If all of the above fail to get your request noticed by the janitors, posting here probably won't work either. :-)
roytech88 LATER RE-POSTED IN A BETTER PLACE. 2006-03-30
- The ER Hobbit
how come that some other website's log-in information would no t be recorded in the HTTP::Recorder Control Panel? like mail.yahoo.com..and some other website's links would not be recorded like..https:/www.math.gatech.edu/
do i need to modify the recorder.pl? thanks
A long time ago, I created a monastic avatar, and his name was `/anick. And this was good. But it was also a long time ago. So long ago that not only I forgot the associated password, but I had time to change provider a few times, making simple password retrievery an impossibility.
So, could one of the Powers That Are please smite my incarnation sitting at http://www.perlmonks.org/index.pl?node_id=225879 so that, alike the Phoenux, I can be reborn of its toasty ashes?
Under node update database question I posted voicing my concerns about the user posting his production sql password. The node which follows mine provides a perl solution but also displays the sql password. I suggest editing the nodes so that this information is not displayed.