[opensource] Video of the Wifi Hacking Presentation

Brian Swaney swaneybr at opensource.osu.edu
Fri Feb 18 17:56:28 EST 2011

You probably just got bounced too, because you sent the message from
your GMail address.

I would put them in public_html or WWW, because otherwise only people
who have SSH accounts can access them. In public_html or WWW, anyone can
access them over the web, even if you don't embed them somewhere
(although embedding them could make them more accessible).

Brian Swaney
Open Source Club at
Ohio State University
Website Administrator

On 02/18/2011 05:52 PM, Joel Friedly wrote:
> Woops, accidentally hit just "reply" instead of "reply to all."  My bad.
> On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 5:51 PM, Joel Friedly <joelthemole0 at gmail.com
> <mailto:joelthemole0 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Thanks for the tip, I'll move it to a /home/jfriedly/Public
>     folder.  I'll look into embedding it on the website, but I'm kinda
>     busy right now so it'll be on the back burner for a while.  See
>     you guys Thursday!
>     Joel Friedly
>     On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 8:53 PM, Brian Swaney
>     <swaneybr at opensource.osu.edu <mailto:swaneybr at opensource.osu.edu>>
>     wrote:
>         Video tags are regrettably not yet supported on our website. All
>         embed-related tags are passed through an input filter I'm
>         working on
>         (http://opensource.osu.edu/mytube) for privacy and security
>         reasons, and
>         until HTML5 is standardized I can't be 100% sure how to
>         implement it in
>         this filter module. When it's standardized, and when the Drupal
>         administrator(s) actually get around to approving my CVS/GIT
>         application
>         that has been sitting as "reviewed and tested" status forever
>         (go.osu.edu/mytube-drupal <http://go.osu.edu/mytube-drupal>),
>         then I will add it, and add HTML5 to the
>         whitelisted tags. The goes the same for audio tags, which I am
>         actually
>         not sure how to implement since they won't have a width/height
>         for a
>         play button.
>         Until such a time when these conditions are met, you can only
>         use embed,
>         object, param, and iframe. I can prevent these tags from
>         automatically
>         loading or making remote requests until you (the visitor)
>         clicks to
>         launch them.
>         Needless to say, Joel can still embed these videos from
>         somewhere else,
>         just as long as he doesn't invoke a Slashdot-like effect on
>         our server
>         with a bunch of remote embeds.
>         Brian Swaney
>         Open Source Club at
>         Ohio State University
>         Website Administrator
>         On 02/17/2011 08:19 PM, Paul Betts wrote:
>         > *cough* Video tag *cough*
>         >
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