[ckan-dev] killing cookies
david.read at hackneyworkshop.com
Fri Mar 9 17:58:12 GMT 2012
On 9 March 2012 17:45, Toby Dacre <toby.okfn at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the info. Yes I'm planning to delete the cookies if they exist
> for a version or two.
> I'd quite like to remove the ckan_killtopbar cookie too but that would need
> further discussion and is all client side and so can be ignored for caching
> even if it makes the config slightly more effort.
browser will still send the cookie on future requests, which will tell
Varnish not to return from the cache?
BTW I think CKAN should be configurable to not have that the 'welcome
bar' at all, solving this problem for clients that use a cache and
have no need for the welcome bar.
> On 9 March 2012 16:42, David Read <david.read at hackneyworkshop.com> wrote:
>> These cookies derive from these commits:
>> which were put in during a previous effort to improve CKAN pages'
>> These cookies are not used in the templates any more, so I'm pleased
>> to see you deleting their creation. May be worth leaving the
>> 'delete_cookie' commands in for a version of CKAN, though?
>> On 9 March 2012 11:18, Toby Dacre <toby.okfn at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > As part of the #2220 making ckan cacheable work I have removed the
>> > following
>> > client side cookies
>> > ckan_user
>> > ckan_display_name
>> > ckan_apikey
>> > From what I can see we do not use these anywhere in core is anyone aware
>> > of
>> > any use cases for them?
>> > Cheers
>> > Toby
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