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POLL: TMP in Non-Cookie Environments


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TheBeast Supporting Member of TMP writes:

I have to say that mine is a tepid yes; my financial exposure is relatively nil, I have access to read without logging in, and in spite of how often I share them, don't consider my opinions to be a serious requirement.

However, there are rare occasions where I've not been able to respond to a PM that I thought needed some urgency.

Still, if Bill is looking at the amount of work as an issue, I'm sure other things requiring his attention rate higher.

Doug


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
yes
83
21%
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no
237
59%
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what?
79
20%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

As you probably know, TMP is designed so that it recognizes members by the presence of what is called a cookie a bit of data on the user's system.

However, some computer systems such as the public terminal in a hotel lobby might not allow cookies, thus making it impossible to use TMP in those settings.

It would be possible to code TMP so that it would work, in part or full, in a non-cookie environment. However, there's no sense in investing the work if too few of you would take advantage of the new opportunities.

So do you wish to use TMP in non-cookie environments?