[tor-dev] [GSoC] APAF Report

Michele Orrù maker.py at gmail.com
Sun Jul 29 14:07:34 UTC 2012

Follows the report of the last 10 days.

Coding. hellais warned me about a possible xsrf vulnerability in the
APAF's panel, which should be fixed with 629828d . I have also
successfully implemented a working django blog engine - ZinniaBlog -
on the top of apaf.

Documentation. Discussing with my mentor, it came out the need to use
both sphinx and a wiki. The first one, for APIs documentation - that
are not going to change often, and should be more or less stable; the
second one, for tutorials and external services - more probable to
change frequently, and with a more interactive support from a possible
community. So, I've updated the documentation also with latest code
changes, and put it on readthedocs:

Some random cleanup - GUI modules have been moved to a new package
apaf.ui, html templates split from static/ and moved to a new
templates/ directory, etc.

Frontend. Re-started the development of panel pages. using cyclone's
templates. Basically, we plan to have both a javascript application
taking into account tor network's delays, and a plain html for
browsers having js disabled.


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