[mapserver-dev] Enable/disable OWS layers by IP list

Tamas Szekeres szekerest at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 11:01:01 PST 2013

Hi Jeff,

Good point about the doc. I've meant I'll take care of updating the
relevant docs with this addition if approved.

Best regards,


2013/2/13 Jeff McKenna <jmckenna at gatewaygeomatics.com>

> >
> > And finally, even if that is a simple and straightforward addition, I
> > think that a short RFC to document it would be nice and I'd encourage
> > you to produce one. RFCs are often the only reference for some features
> > until they make it to the docs... there are even some features from a
> > few releases ago for which the RFC is still the only/best docs available
> > (unfortunately).
> >
> Hi devs,
> I'd like to speak to this issue of many features being added and then
> docs becoming left behind.  In my opinion this is mostly due to support
> being provided for contractors/consultants to develop a feature, but no
> support is provided for documenting and testing the feature.
> Unfortunately this important step (critical for users) is left out of
> most funded projects.  Those that have tried to add even a wiki page
> know how long it takes to properly test and document a feature (I'd
> argue that this time/effort is equal or even more than the time/effort
> to develop the feature).  This issue faces all of our OSGeo projects,
> not just MapServer.
> I hope we all make a point to change this, and help our great software
> become even better.
> Thanks for listening,
> -jeff
> (documentation lead hat on)
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