[Owasp_cornucopia] Mobile App for Cornucopia decks?

Colin Watson colin.watson at owasp.org
Mon Jun 12 10:45:57 UTC 2017


Felipe

That sounds good.

Colin


On 31 May 2017 at 19:50, Felipe Zipitría <felipe.zipitria at owasp.org> wrote:

> On 30/05/17 08:37, Colin Watson wrote:
> > Hello Felipe
> >
> > Thanks for telling us about how you use Cornucopia.
> >
> > OWASP sells the decks at $8 per pack, but they are out of stock at the
> > moment. Although the print source files are available, I imagine it would
> > be hard to beat that price with a small quantity. A mobile app that deals
> > cards in some way would be a useful alternative, and as you say, basing
> it
> > on the source XML data would be best - we keep that up-to-date.
> >
> > The XML file is here, as a zip (because the wiki doesn't let up upload
> .xml
> > files):
> >
> >
> > https://www.owasp.org/index.php/File:Cornucopia-deck-
> ecommercewebsite-XML.zip
> >
> > As far as I know, no-one else is using the source XML file currently, and
> > we need to update its structure/schema anyway. Co-leader Dario is working
> > on a Spanish translation which we need to add to the XML in some way.
> Then
> > it might be nice if the mobile app you are proposing could have language
> > selection too?
> >
> > So in summary yes! Some mobile app would be a great contribution, but
> could
> > you or someone else help improve the XML file first, so it supports
> > multiple languages?
> >
> > Best
>
> Excellent,
>
> For the translation itself, I used to do translations for ZAP and they
> are using crowdin (which is free for open source projects) to help in
> the translation.
>
> Any open source project leader can request a translation project there
> using: https://crowdin.com/page/open-source-project-setup-request
>
> That will help a lot with the translations.
>
> Dario, let me know how are you planning on doing the translation, so we
> can collaborate!
>
> I will ask some of my colleagues for advice on having a nice and
> flexible XML for this purposes.
>
> Felipe.
>
>
>
>
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