[tweetmeme source=”owasporizon”] Well, the most important thing I learnt while working on Owasp Orizon is that drawing a roadmap for a software tool, when you can work on it only on your spare time it’s useless. It’s better to admit that the overall project development is based on a best effort approach. Everyone has his… Read More Getting ready for a radical change
[tweetmeme source=”owasporizon”] Some time ago, the Owasp Orizon engine was divided by its command line frontend, Milk. It’s perfectly clear for anybody on this planet, that Milk project is dead and it’s not to be used anymore. I received a bunch of months ago some emails from people interested in Milk. After I forwarded them… Read More For people interested in Milk
These days a lot of changes are happening in my life. One of them is the reorganization of my “opensource project” portfolio with consistency in mind. Since I’ve got a lot of code, and a lot of project to be published in the very next future, I chose github as platform and git as versioning… Read More Moved from Google Code to GitHub
I want to make the things running smooth from the beginning. I’m also using 37 Signals book as guideline to build a Getting Things Done stuff. First structural change: already happened, the blog has been moved from a self-managed installation @sourceforge.net into a free hosted installation here @wordpress.com Second structural change: the source code repository.… Read More Some architectural change
Here is the video about Owasp Orizon v 1.19.20 crawling Apache Tomcat source code. It is a test for java parser module. A lot of working will be done starting by today in order to reach a next major bump for Owasp AppSEC 2010 in Stockholm. We’ll split up the project in smaller units and… Read More v1.19.20 crawling Apache Tomcat
Today the 1.19rc2 version of Orizon has been released. A bunch of bugs related to ‘open’ command has been corrected. Now also relative paths can be used as ‘open’ argument. Go on, download Orizon, review your code and submit the bugs you find in Orizon to the mailing list. Thanks to Gufo, Matt and all… Read More and the cycle is still around..
Today Owasp Orizon 1.19rc1 has been released. It introduces autocomplete for Orizon shell commands and an improved ‘help’ command. Final 1.19 will contain a very basic correlation engine that help to connect the dots between sources or between classes and web pages. Thanks to Matt Tesauro for giving valuable feedbacks and ideas.