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    • Evangelos Foutras's avatar
      Implement 'Password Reset' facility (FS#3061) · 861cbf49
      Evangelos Foutras authored
      This works by adding a new field to the 'Users' table called 'ResetKey',
      which is a 32 characters long, random string. When the user requests a
      password reset, a new 'reset key' is generated and sent to the user's
      e-mail address in the form of a link in the following format:
      
        http://aur.archlinux.org/passreset.php?resetkey=<reset
      
       key>
      
      When the above link is followed, the user is presented with a form to
      verify his/her e-mail address and specify the new desired password. If
      the e-mail address matches the reset key in the database, the new
      password is assigned to the account. If there is an error, a relevant
      message is displayed and the user is prompted to re-enter the required
      information. Upon successful completion of this procedure, the ResetKey
      field in the database is blanked and the specific key cannot be reused.
      
      One SQL query is needed to add the ResetKey field to the 'Users' table:
      
        ALTER TABLE `Users` ADD `ResetKey` CHAR(32) NOT NULL DEFAULT '';
      Signed-off-by: default avatarLoui Chang <louipc.ist@gmail.com>
      861cbf49
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    • Dan McGee's avatar
      Don't hit the database twice per comment on package · 55da4d4e
      Dan McGee authored
      
      
      It's performance improvement day today. For non-superusers, we were hitting
      the database twice per comment on a package- once to get the UID, and once
      to check the owner of the comment. The best part is we already knew the
      owner of the comment, and we only need to get our own UID once.
      
      For viewing a package like yaourt, this cuts a single pageview from over 700
      queries to around 18, which is still not great but a pretty big improvement.
      Signed-off-by: default avatarDan McGee <dan@archlinux.org>
      Signed-off-by: default avatarLoui Chang <louipc.ist@gmail.com>
      55da4d4e
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