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Previous command line options of the week. This option is closely related to the option --proxy-userwhich has as separate blog post. In curl terms, a proxy is an explicit middle man that is used to go through when doing a transfer to or from a server:.
Authentication : the process or action of proving or showing something to be true, genuine, or valid. When it comes to proxies and curl, you typically provide name and password to be allowed to use the service.
If the client provides the wrong user or password, the proxy will simply deny the client access with a HTTP response code.
With the option of this week, --proxy-basicyou ask curl to do the authentication using the Bas ic method. Defined in RFC This is notoriously insecure.
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Also note that if you pass in credentials to curl on the command line, they might be readable in the script where you do this from. Use a proxy with your name and password and ask for the Basic method specifically. Basic is also the default unless anything else is asked for.
With --proxy you specify the proxy to use, and with --proxy-user you provide the credentials.
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There are also other authentication methods to selected, with --proxy-anyauth being a very practical one to know about. We had an issue with the new form design. Probably only a third got the new form. So that was the state when I fell asleep on Monday night.
Mike pushed the bits a bit more during my night and opened. My feeling is that if we are out of the experimental phase, we probably need to just not go through the AB code at all, and all of it becomes a lot simpler. We can keep in place the code for future AB experiments and open a new issue for removing the old form code and tests once ksenia has finished refactoring the rest of the code for the new form.
So on this hypothesis, let's create a new PR. I expect tests to break badly. That's an Achilles' heel of our current setup. The AB experiment was an experiment at the beginning.
Never let an experiment grows without the proper setup. We need to fix it. Unit testing seems to work.
There was a simple fix. The big breakage should happen on the functional tests side. So this is breaking. My local functional testing was deeply broken, and after investigating in many directions, I found the solution.
I guess this week is the week where everything is broken. I was not sure which levels of details was needed and on which tools. This is what came from the top of my head. After writing this above, I wondered about the state of my mozilla central repo and how ready I would be to locally compile firefox.
Plus I will need it very soon. Hmmm not sure it is better. Let explore the Mozilla Source Tree Documentation. Let's try again. The update will take around 40 minutes. Perfect… it's time for lunch. I wonder if it's because I switched from python 2. OK I had an old version of brew. I updated it with. Ah understood. My old system was configured to use reviewboard but now they use phabricator. And now the "funny" thing is that reinstalling from scratch from Japan takes a lot of time… twice it fails because the stream is just failing.
After reinstalling from 0, I still had an issue because of the python 2. Recommendations online were encouraging to reinstall it with brew. I really do not like brew.
So I did the exact opposite and I removed the brew version of python 2. And it worked! WebRTC is a standard real-time communication protocol built directly into modern web browsers. It enables the creation of video conferencing services which do not require participants to download additional software.
Many services make use of it and it almost always works out of the box. The reason it just works is that it uses a protocol called ICE to establish a connection regardless of the network environment.
In addition to adding extra network latency to your call that relay server might overloaded at some point and drop or delay packets coming through. Here's how to tell whether or not your WebRTC calls are being relayed, and how to ensure you get a direct connection to the other host.
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Before you place a real call, I suggest using the official test page which will test your camera, microphone and network connectivity. Note that this test page makes use of a Google TURN server which is locked to particular HTTP referrers and so you'll need to disable privacy features that might interfere with this:. Firefox: Ensure that http. Once you know that WebRTC is working in your browser, it's time to establish a connection and look at the network configuration that the two peers agreed on.
My favorite service at the moment is Whereby formerly Appear.
In the case of a direct connectionI saw the following on the remote-candidate :. These candidate types indicate that a STUN server was used to determine the public-facing IP address and port for each computer, but the actual connection between the peers is direct.
Expand the top entry under "Session Statistics" and look for the line should be the first one which says the following in green:. In order to get a direct connection to the other WebRTC peer, one of the two computers in my case, siberia needs to open all inbound UDP ports since there doesn't appear to be a way to restrict Chromium or Firefox to a smaller port range for incoming WebRTC connections.
To get the list of open UDP ports on siberiaI ssh ed into it and ran nmap:. Following these instructions as well as the comments in there, I was able to get Vidyothe proprietary videoconferencing system that Mozilla uses internally, to work on Ubuntu The same instructions should work on recent versions of Debian too.
Then, ensure you have a system tray application running. This should be the case for most desktop environments. Download version 3.
You need to first hack the package in order to remove obsolete dependencies. Then disable autostart since you don't probably don't want to keep the client running all of the time and listening on the network given it hasn't received any updates in a long time and has apparently been abandoned by Vidyo:.
To achieve this, the authors believe it is worthwhile to give up backwards source and binary compatibility, and focus on reducing the cost of migration e. I would include Mozilla in that set of organizations.
For mature, long-lived projects that are poorly resourced, such as rrit doesn't feel like a good fit. On the other hand it would hurt to pay an ongoing migration tax. Of course rr already needs ongoing maintenance due to kernel changes etc, but every extra bit hurts.
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I wonder what compatibility properties toolchains would have if this proposal carries the day. It'll be interesting to see how this goes. I would not be completely surprised if it ends with a fork in the language. During the COVID pandemic, many of us are turning to the internet to connect, learn, work and entertain ourselves from home. The post Stay safe in your online life, too appeared first on The Firefox Frontier. Please note some of the information provided in this report may be subject to change as we are sometimes sharing information about projects that are still in early stages and are not final yet.
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