Moving closer to Release #4

Posted: March 6, 2014 in Programming
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The study week was quick and useful at the same time. I was catching up with everything and did a couple of progress with my own project. At the same time I am closer and closer to implementing CSP into webmaker and its components.

During my release #4 time, I am working on goggles and thimble components. The first thing I decided to implement is to file all the issues related to inline scripts and other bugs that could be problematic for CSP implementation.

Bugs in goggles:

  • Move google analytics into separate file X-Ray Goggles bug977293 – FILED, FIXED, MERGED
  • Move inline script into separate file bug975628 – FILED, FIXED, MERGED
  • Move error tracking into separate file bug973112 – REVIEWED,FIXED,MERGED
  • Move inline script in sso-override.html file into separate file bug980160 – FILED, IN PROCESS
  • Move inline script in webmaker-auth-client.html file into separate file bug980159 – FILED, IN PROCESS
  • Move inline script in preferences.html into separate file bug980162 – FILED, IN PROCESS
  • Also this directory has some html files with inline scripts. Thinking of moving them into separate files as well

Bugs in Thimble

Separate bugs

  • Remove old-style players and dependencies on the Popcorn.player module bug973369 – REVIEWED, FIXED, MERGED
  • Looking for some backend/new feature bugs, that I would like to work on. Maybe will catch up on filer.. still looking for something.

To sum up, I am moving forward to implement CSP for goggles, almost all sub bugs were fixed and merged. Now testing CSP work and looking for more inline script or other problems that could prevent from CSP integration.

At the same time doing the same thing with Thimble and hopefully soon Webmaker will be with CSP.
See you later with my final Release #4.

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