Hi Nick, I think it's very exciting that you want to use Freeciv-web in social studies in education, and would like to make any improvements you suggest so that it will be useful for students in school. Anyone can at the moment observe or participate in a any game, becuase I thought this was nice to help grow the community of players around the game. This has an impact on security, as you point out.
Do you have a suggestion about how to solve this security issue? Would an "secure-game" option in the game configuration dialog be sufficient? Should secure games be enabled by default or not? Regards, Andreas 2014-10-23 23:40 GMT+02:00 Nick Fahey <n...@stamfordelementary.com>: > Hi, > > I am a middle school social studies teacher and am trying to use Free-Civ > with my students, the only hiccup I'm facing is that the online games are > not secure, anyone can observe or participate in a game and say anything. > This doesn't bode well for a school. We are currently using chromebooks so > the desktop version of the game is not an option. Is there a way to make a > secure server, maybe password protected, so that FreeCiv-Web can be used > safely for educational purposes? > > Thank you, > > -- > ~Mr. Nicholas Fahey~ > > 5-6 Grade ELA and Social Studies > Stamford Elementary School > 986 Main Road > Stamford > Vermont > 05352 > > 802-694-1379 > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > Freeciv-dev mailing list > Freecivemail@example.com > https://mail.gna.org/listinfo/freeciv-dev > >
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