EP. 5 – HTTPoxy, HEIST & QuadRooter security issue, FIG 3.0, Corporate contributions
Welcome to The Geek Voice! We round up geeky and Open Source stuff from around the world on a bi-monthly basis and Hussain and I talk a lot about each and invite interesting personalities on to share their stuff.
In Episode. 5 we discuss Drupal 8 version updates, HTTPoxy security issue, content moderation module in Drupal core, and Drupal Association’s focus for the next 12 months. We also cover setting higher standards for corporate contributions to Drupal, FIG 3.0, Quadrooter security flaw in android devices, DrupalCon Dublin and the Drupalton event!
- DrupalCon Dublin updates
- Drupalton 11-14 August 2016
- Balatonalmadi, Hungary
- Drupal 8 version updates
- Drupal 8.1.7 – HTTPoxy security issue
- Drupal 8.1.8 also released last week – regular release
- Drupal 8.2.0-beta1 tagged – which means no new features
- The content moderation module landed in Drupal 8.2 as a new experimental feature: https://www.drupal.org/node/2725533 Thanks, all who helped! – [https://twitter.com/drupaldeploy/status/762632637349556224?s=09]
- Tim Millwood is the maintainer for this module. Thanks, Tim!
- Drupal 8.3.x development started
- Drupal 8.1.x deprecated once 8.2.0 is out.
- Drupal Associations 12 month focus
- Strengthen our financial health
- Execute well
- Determine strategic direction for future planning
- Setting higher standards for corporate contributions to Drupal
- The TL;DR of FIG 3.0
- HEIST technique to steal elements from HTTPS pages
- ‘Quadrooter’security issue – http://www.zdnet.com/article/quadrooter-security-flaws-affect-over-900-million-android-phones/
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