7:00 – 4:00 VTX
- Finished Publius: A robust, tamper-evident, censorship-resistant web publishing system
- Starting Anonymity Loves Company – Anonymous Web Transactions with Crowds by Mike Reiter and Aviel Ruben, who was one of the co-authors on the Publius paper.
- Crowds could probably be built with PeerJS. The ISP would still know traffic, but that’s it.
- Found this nice article in Communications of the ACM: Schema.org: Evolution of Structured Data on the Web. Nice overview. Very current.
- The Big List of Naughty Strings
- Time to combine everything
- Optional generation of Providers and queries – default is to load them from the DB
- Run queries from the DB
- Show the number available and allow a request – done
- Iterating over the queries and pages. Need to create, append and persist a rating Done
- Named queries for
- Queries that have the lowest number of results.ratings – done-ish. Currently it looks for -1 as a flag. Should also look for queries that have unrated results.
- Queries associated with ‘bad’ providers
- Queries associated with ‘good’ providers
- Connect to DB remotely
- Wrap the app (done, with Launch4j. Very nice!) and test it on the other laptop. Note, it doesn’t have enough disk to install java on. That will have to wait.
- Packing up the laptop. Debating bringing multi monitor support. I’ll have the other laptop…
- Gratuitous screenshot: