Since we already have !ReadmeName and !HeaderName set for fedorapeople, if I override them I lose either the header or the footer.
I'd sometimes like to include a README file, but this is excluded by default in httpd.conf. Could we perhaps change !IndexIgnore to the following:
IndexIgnore .?? ~ # HEADER RCS CVS ,v ,t
Unfortuntely this directive is additive so I can't override it with an .htaccess file.
I can always just call my README files "INFO" or something else so this obviously isn't a huge deal if there's any objection.
I'm in sysadmin-test and have been meaning to try and help out more -- is this something I could feasibly change and save you guys the trouble?
I've just removed README* from IndexIgnore. It should be all set after the next puppet run (in the next 30 minutes)
Thanks Mike. Still not seeing this change reflected on people1:
$ grep ^IndexIgnore /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
IndexIgnore .?? ~ # HEADER README RCS CVS ,v *,t
(Also, README file still not showing up in directory listing [http://rayvd.fedorapeople.org/mutt/ here]).
Strange. Seems puppet was not running properly on that host, I did a manual run and seems to be working just fine now.
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