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Re: Being a mentor from Facebook Open Academy
From: Richard Sharpe <realrichardsharpe () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2013 07:32:57 -0800
On Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 11:23 PM, Jay Borenstein
<borenstein () cs stanford edu> wrote:
I am Jay Borenstein from Stanford's Computer Science Department. I'm
teaching software engineering through Facebook's generosity to hundreds of
top international computer science students in collaboration with open
source mentors. I would very much like to have WireShark involved if we can
find a suitable mentor.
I've attached a document that details more about the program and what is
involved from a mentor's perspective. Please let me know if we can get
WireShark involved in which case I would need to talk to whomever would
serve as the mentor to the students. I look forward to hearing from you!
I noticed during a quick scan that it mentions low-hanging fruit, but
there are a bunch of other improvements that would make things more
productive for me.
One of the things I am often doing these days is loading up a large
SMB/SMB2 capture and focusing on when files are opened and what
happens to them.
It would be useful to be able to:
1. Select sets of packets that are related because they are all those
associated with a particular file (including the Create request and
the close response).
2. Maybe collapse them all under a subtree similar to what the latest
versions of NetMon does.
3. Then it would be useful to be able to colorize different such opens
of the same file so I can easily see nesting and sequential
relationships between opens.
I am sure other things will suggest themselves as well.
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