In-reply-to » Somebody in the neighborhood is exercising trumpet or so. What a squawking. Luckily, just after I finished my nap.

Haha, you got a trumpeter too, eh?! There is a kid that “delight” us with his performance, when he comes home for summer break (which now happens to be). One more reason I have to stress on the need of new windows, to wife.

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Even if it might sound a bit overdramatic: Having a “mostly working” dwl Wayland setup now is a huge relief. 😅 It’s quite the weight off my shoulders.

There are still lots of items on my TODO list, but if X.Org were to die tomorrow, I wouldn’t be completely screwed. Only, like, 30% screwed.

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In-reply-to » @bender Hmmmm I'm not sure about this... 🧐 Does anyone have any other opinions that know this web/session security better than me?

@prologic @eldersnake@we.loveprivacy.club I’d avoid the inverted logic. Checking a setting to disable a feature always feels wrong and confusing to me. I’d rather suggest to enable the checkbox by default. But I’m with you, an explanation what it does is definitely helpful. Maybe something along those lines: “Enabling this feature will keep you logged in, even after closing your browser. Do not activate this setting on shared devices.”

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In-reply-to » @prologic hey mate, all working well here so far. The login issue isn't really an issue as far as actually logging in goes, rather if I get my password wrong it gives the response error code in console, the response of which contains the HTML for the wrong password page if you inspect it, but on the frontend itself nothing actually happens which is the confusion. Just stays on the login page as if it was never submitted. Am I alone in having this issue as well?

@prologic@twtxt.net phew 😁

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In-reply-to » @prologic hey mate, all working well here so far. The login issue isn't really an issue as far as actually logging in goes, rather if I get my password wrong it gives the response error code in console, the response of which contains the HTML for the wrong password page if you inspect it, but on the frontend itself nothing actually happens which is the confusion. Just stays on the login page as if it was never submitted. Am I alone in having this issue as well?

@eldersnake@we.loveprivacy.club Oh! That’s a bug and pure lack of “form validation!” 😅 Thanks for pointing this out, I’ll fix this tonight 🤞

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In-reply-to » @bender Hmmmm I'm not sure about this... 🧐 Does anyone have any other opinions that know this web/session security better than me?

Could you perhaps just have a check box to do the opposite, like “Don’t remember me”? I’ve seen that a couple of places I think. Sort of an opt in short lived login, if you’re at a public library or something etc.

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