[tor-dev] Stormy update
Josef 'veloc1ty' Stautner
hello at veloc1ty.de
Wed Jul 1 05:41:10 UTC 2015
link  to github gives me a 404. Can you please check that?
Am 01.07.2015 um 06:42 schrieb Griffin Boyce:
> Hey all,
> It seems like time to give the tor-dev list an update on Stormy's
> development. Right now, the scripts are undergoing third-party
> testing to identify any obvious bugs before sending them to security
> auditors. Testing should be finished imminently, any bugs found will
> be fixed this week, and then sent to auditors (along with the GUI).
> The security audit may take about two to three weeks .
> Currently, Stormy's functions include installing typical onion
> service dependencies (webserver+tor), setting up a Ghost-based content
> management system, creating a personal cloud server to handle
> files/rss feeds/calendars/tasks, installing an XMPP/jabber server for
> private communications, and installing an IRC server for group
> Shortcomings and future work:
> Like all software projects, Stormy has some shortcomings. Users
> can't configure multiple onion services on the same machine as Stormy
> doesn't account for virtual hosts. For users to run more than one
> onion service, they must be on separate physical or virtual machines.
> Stormy also doesn't detect the currently-running clearnet service, so
> users who seek to make their existing service also an onion service
> may need to adjust their configuration manually. Currently, Stormy
> lives on my github page , though once it passes a security audit,
> the goal is for it to live within Tor's git repositories.
>  Cupcake's audit took about two weeks, so that's really my only
> real data point for audit timing.
>  https://github.com/glamrock/stormy
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