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Okupy – Final Report

Intro: Okupy is a Django CMS, with a full LDAP frontend, XML to HTML (and the opposite) converter and a WYSIWYG editor, Beacon, to edit the XML files. Ultimate goal is to fully replace current Gentoo website, and Gorg, the …

Okupy – Report #7

Quick summary: I’m writing a CMS for the Gentoo website, that will offer an LDAP web interface, plus it will replace Gorg and provide Beacon as WYSIWYG editor to edit the XML file There were some serious bugs in the …

Okupy – Report #5

Quick summary: I’m writing a CMS for the Gentoo website, that will offer an LDAP web interface, plus it will replace Gorg and provide Beacon as WYSIWYG editor to edit the XML file Two important things hapenned: 1) I passed …

Okupy – Report #4

Quick summary: I’m writing a CMS for the Gentoo website, that will offer an LDAP web interface, plus it will replace Gorg and provide Beacon as WYSIWYG editor to edit the XML files. This is going to be small but …

Okupy – Report #3

Quick summary: I’m writing a CMS for the Gentoo website, that will offer an LDAP web interface, plus it will replace Gorg and provide Beacon as WYSIWYG editor to edit the XML files. The past two weeks I’ve finished the …

Okupy – Report #2

This comes with a dealy, as I’ve been sick the past days. The LDAP related code is 90% done. It now has the following features:  Login to the system (report #1 explains in detail how login works). It previously was …

Okupy – Report #1

The past week I’ve been experimenting with LDAP mostly. I set up a clone of ldap1.gentoo.org (with fake data of course) at my home server, and gave a Cfengine patch to Robin, pending for review, in order to have the …

Accepted for Gentoo GSoC 2011

Planet KDE readers: this is not a KDE GSoC project, feel free to skip it I’ve been accepted for this year’s GSoC yey!! Many thanks to my mentor, Matthew Summers, for all the help. I’ll do a complete rewrite of …