[Architecture] User authentication via USB prototype

Yura Zenevich yura.zenevich at gmail.com
Mon Feb 13 22:00:25 UTC 2012

Hi Boyan,

This looks really awesome! I was wondering, given that we have GPII organization Github account (https://github.com/GPII), if you would want to merge your repo along with other resources that we have there. I created an empty repo: (git at github.com:GPII/GPIIStack.git) and you should be able to push there.



On 2012-02-13, at 12:30 PM, Boyan Sheytanov wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> During the past week I created a prototype of USB authentication. The system is quite simple and includes:
> 1. Detecting that a USB stick is added/removed.
> 2. Making a call to a local Node.js server with the location of the USB stick and the token (on add).
> 3. Logging actions (instead of calling the non-existing Flow Manager :)
> The code is available in a repo here: https://github.com/bsheytanov/gpiistack (I borrowed the name from Steve due to momentary lack of imagination). There are instructions in a README file and some comments on the code. I'll try to write up some more notes later today or tomorrow. I've used Fedora 16 with Gnome for testing.
> Is there an architecture meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) at 1pm Eastern? If so, I'd like to participate (Colin has my Skype coordinates) with the following items in the agenda:
> 1. MongoDB/CouchDB comparison
> 2. USB authentication prototype
> 3. Next steps on Astea's side (Windows alternative to gsettings?)
> Best,
> Boyan
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