[OWASP_OWTF] OWASP Project Summit 2015 Pre-feedback
marios.kourtesis at gmail.com
Sat May 23 10:52:41 UTC 2015
@Tao: I followed the full multiprocessing session that we had with Enrico,
so I can work on the implementation/development of the multiprocessing
system and I help you write them down as well. Additionally, Enrico is
going to send me some code of his own projects which has implemented
similar functionality in the most efficient way.
So, many good staff happened and are going to happen!
Stay tuned and lets push OWTF to the TOP!
On Sat, May 23, 2015 at 11:52 AM, Tao Sauvage <sauvage.tao at gmail.com> wrote:
> Good morning dear OWTF users and developers :)
> As most of you know already, the OWASP Project Summit took place last week.
> During our different sessions and discussions we had between OWTF
> developers as well as outsiders, we have gathered tons of ideas that we
> would like to see happening for the project.
> The main topic that we discussed concerned OWTF new architecture that we
> would like to implement. The focus was on creating a robust
> yet-easy-to-use distributed system where an user could spread the
> workers/slaves across different machines.
> We also spoke about the technology stack, the admin/user authentication
> system, TDD development, looking for alternative to Kali, python 2.X &
> 3.X inter-compatibility, and even more cool stuff.
> We are hoping to write everything down and make it public as soon as
> possible but it will take some times for sure (1 week? 2? maybe more...).
> So stay tuned! Because OWTF is going to be even more awesome than ever! :)
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