[OWASP_PHPSEC] Requirements for first version ?
abiusx at owasp.org
Sun Sep 15 13:09:57 UTC 2013
In the upcoming week work, add 100% test coverage as number 2. You just wanna add more controllers, and add tests so that we have 100% test coverage.
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On Sep 15, 2013, at 12:48 AM, rahul chaudhary <rahul300chaudhary400 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> I am just trying to analyze the work that MUST be done before 23rd Sep, 2013 to consider PHPSEC as a first version product.
> Till now we have these:
> 1) Out of 17 libraries, we have about 13-14 libraries done. i18, cache etc are some libraries not done.
> 2) Framework structure is about to complete.
> 3) We have some controllers for users such as login, logout, pass-reset, forgot-pass, etc.
> 4) test cases for all libraries.
> 5) some documentation in owasp's wiki and some in codes.
> 6) I have weekly reports of what I have done each week from the start that I submit to my school every week.
> 7) Some flow charts.
> What to do in upcoming week:
> 1) More controllers such as brute-force controller, and to modify other controllers to fit the needs.
> 2) Modify brute-force function with a better version as suggested by Shivam
> 3) If possible, test cases for framework.
> 4) If possible, RBAC implementation, its controllers and test cases.
> 5) Try to remove as many issues as I can.
> So what I would like to know from you guys is that is there anything extra or necessary that I should focus on this week as officially this is the last week. Ofcourse we all will contribute after GSOC also, but if there is anything, then please let me know.
> Also, if we will agree to stop whatever we have done and strengthen what we have - by making much better test cases and testing and analyzing the codes more rigorously, then I will accept that also. So, choice is yours. So please present what you think.
> Rahul Chaudhary
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