Author: W.Chick (28 Apr 07 2:42pm)
For those who might not know, Drupal is a PHP content management system/framework used by hundreds of thousands of websites. I'm a developer for the project, and one of our users gave me an idea [http://drupal.org/node/139873] to create a Project Honey Pot module for Drupal, so it would be as simple as users checking a box in order to turn on a honey pot for their site. This could potentially greatly increase Project Honey Pot's reach.
However, in reading the source code, I see that in order to redistribute the client software, I need to disconnect the software from Project Honey Pot altogether, which seems less than ideal. :(
I'm curious of any of the developers would be willing to work with me on this? If I can't connect to Project Honey Pot, is there an alternate way for these sites to aggregate their findings back to you? (XML-RPC interface or something similar?)