By Linux Foundatio... - November 10, 2009 - 8:59am
Milestone 1 - DONE
- command-line client
- simple web-site
Kechel 02:01, 10 November 2006 (PST)
- First let's do the basic programming for it. I think I'll first implement the server with the interface as described in PT_Server
- Then we can start to write the XSLT Files, which means that *I really need help* from people that translate my english to real english, or write some easy readable texts for the website (mostly a non-technical translation of Timestamping_Introduction ) The XSLT Files will create the website as described in Timestamping_Introduction
- For the beginning, I'll just adapt my prevalent-timestamping-client (http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=135950&package_id=154571) to publictimestamp-client. It basically does the same, it just uses a not well defined interface yet. As soon as the server is working, I'll change this (as well as its layout etc.).
- Then sourceforge.net and kernel.org will start using those. And we can ask others to do so as well (like the waybackmachine, freshmeat, berlios, alioth, etc.)
- Don't forget Publications of Timestamps (even if the idea with that TB-Extension makes this almost obsolete :) ( PT_Clients )
Yet to do:
Already done things:
- command line script to get latest PTB signature
- PTB and PTB-INFO mirror script
- downloading and timestamping all new releases from major mirrors / software hosting sites partly done (software infrastructure is working, I do mirror mirror.switch.ch with my private server, lots of other sites still need to be convinced of doing this themselves .. )
- translations (german, spanish, ... )
- convince more sites to publictimestamp new files !
- .. ideas?
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