[tor-dev] Panopticlick summer project
gunes.acar at esat.kuleuven.be
Wed Apr 23 18:02:51 UTC 2014
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On 04/23/2014 10:15 AM, Georg Koppen wrote:
> Okay, sounds reasonable. What is the fallback plan for the case the
> code is not getting open-sourced during the time you are working on
> the topic? Do you have an "internal" deadline like: "If I/we don't
> have the code by XXX I'll start an implementation from scratch"?
Peter kindly confirmed that I'll be able to access the code (even if
it doesn't get published by then.) But, assuming the worst case, I'd
start worrying on mid-July.
>> Also what is missing in the timeplan is my intention to
>> implement ~everything except the backend a part of the QA
>> process, and then reuse the code in the ultimate website (your
>> suggestion). In addition to the new tests, I'll be working on the
>> machine readable output, entropy calculation and submitting test
>> machine fingerprints to a central database as a part of (2).
>> Let me know if that makes sense or I can revise the timeplan
>> (e.g. leave (3) to the end).
> Sounds good to me.
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