asked 2011-11-09 05:55:10 -0500Samuel
My Askbot instance is running into the private network of my company and has no authorized access to the web. An other aspect is that Credentials are managed with the internal LDAP. Even if is not critical, we do not want to create automatically records based on the emails in the gravatar database.
So, I would like to know what's the best way to disable requests to gravatar.com. Knowing that I want to keep the possibility to the user to upload the image he wants and it does not matter if the image by default is the same for all the users.
answered 2012-07-30 09:50:13 -0500bgenevaux
Well the matter I want to point is in the
user_get_avatar_url function from
In this function, we have :
... logging.critical(message) raise django_exceptions.ImproperlyConfigured(message) else: return self.get_gravatar_url(size) else: ...
But shouldn't it be
... logging.critical(message) raise django_exceptions.ImproperlyConfigured(message) else: if askbot_settings.ENABLE_GRAVATAR: return self.get_gravatar_url(size) else: return self.get_default_avatar_url(size) else: ...
in order to entirely disable requests to gravatar website?
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Asked: 2011-11-09 05:55:10 -0500
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