[Seaside] Seaside + JQuery example page on port 9090?

Boris Popov boris at deepcovelabs.com
Thu Aug 6 23:36:19 UTC 2009

I agree. In fact many personal firewall products also block uncommon
ports such as this one and only leave things like 80, 443, 25 etc by


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Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
>>>>>> "Thierry" == Thierry Thelliez <thierry.thelliez.tech at gmail.com>
> Thierry> I was referring to the links on
> Thierry> The ones pointing to jQuery, jQueryUI and Scriptaculous.
> Those examples are also in the one-click image, as I recall.  Just
> the image, and run it locally, if you're on a needlessly impaired

Needlessly or not if you're living in a bureaucratic organization with a

high level of paranoia filters for other than the most common ports

If we want Seaside to be widely accessible, all of the 
demonstration/example code should be available on port 80 and not 
needlessly moved to some other port. Let the 'experts' hosting the 
examples map the request however they like but let those in restricted 
environments be free to explore all that is out there.

Anything that makes it more difficult for people to access information 
in other than the most obvious way makes it more likely they will give

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