This report is not properly formatted yet, i'll do that tomorrow, sending like this just so i can send it before Monday (my reports deadline is on Sundays). I started doing a more verbose report but i ended up without having time to organize it in topics and importance, I'm sorry for that.
Expect a proper categorized report in the next 24 hours.
* report a problem with tagpending salsa integration explained on the team's wiki, the steps are not working
* send email on ruby team's list to check status of package ruby-progressbar (dep of wpscan), the required version o the package is on salsa but failing some tests.
* update the kali-packages-checker script to output the Section of the package (so we know if the package is not on main already)
* update the script's output ods file and gdocs spreadsheet
* add two fields on the spreadsheet:
- MANUAL NOTES: notes about the package that didn't got catch by the script
- samueloph's conclusion: my thoughts about the packaging (TODO, WIP,WONT). Other people may add their conclusion's there too
* discovered that lintian would probably benefit from a check for windows binaries shipped on the package, mimikatz only ships windows pre-compiled binaries and the only check which would get that is: "source-contains-prebuilt-windows-binary", there should be a lintian "Error" tag there, probably. Still have to discuss that further with my mentors.
* talked with users/developers about which tools they would like to see on debian and got a list of 6 packages:
- wpscan: needs ruby-progressbar (>=1.6.0), which is being packaged on salsa. The wpscan package is almost ready.
- findmyhash: found out we should wait for the ng fork to be released (hash-tool.py) [more info on their guthub page].
- zaproxy: lots of java libs bundled, need to confirm with mentors next steps.
- dirbuster: integrated into zaproxy now, focus on that package instead.
- beef-xss: needs to package some rubygems, but first it needs some tests. Kali used to "proper" package beef-xss but the amount of regressions lead them to change to a bundled package.
Samuel Henrique <samueloph>