Continuos Integration of Android apps

While looking for a way to implement this, I've found several how-tos, but they all used Maven, which didn't look great for me for several reasons. That's why I decided to set it up with myself. Here is the short manual if you are interested.
  1. Install Apache Ant
  2. Install Android SDK and its components (Tools and Platform Tools)
  3. Install Jenkins (formerly Hudson)
  4. Install Android Emulator Plugin for Jenkins and configure it with path to Android SDK
  5. Install Python Plugin for Jenkins
  6. Download android-junit-report.jar and place it to your tests lib/ directory (we need this as long as default Android test-runner doesn't generate XML report needed by Jenkins).
  7. Download build script and change variables section to fit your project (directories to application and tests, path to Android SDK, target version of Android, package name, use emulator or real device etc.). You don't need to add any modifications to AndroidManifest.xml or create build.xml - script will do this for you
  8. Create new job
  9. Add Python script as build step and paste modified version of build script there
  10. Try it!
That's supposed to be all. If you have any problems, feel free to comment/open issues at GitHub. Hope this will help you.


Security Kit on GitHub

I was planning to do this a long time ago, but this, that and the other delayed me. Finally, I've registered at GitHub and added repository for Security Kit. In short, that's the module for Drupal CMS which provides with few options to improve the security of your Drupal-based site. It aims to simplify the process of setting up security features which exist in modern browsers (CSP, Origin, X-Frame-Options etc.).
Present situation in web security indicates that regardless huge number of hacks and all these talks about "every site needs to be secured", the number of vulnerabilities does not decrease. Just take a look at XSSed. So, browser companies decided to add more built-in features to harden the web. They are mostly implemented with HTTP response headers and all the website owner/admin has to do is to add one.
Still, many people have no idea about such things or they don't know how to do this. That's the reason of creating Security Kit and, previously, SafeClick (which is so highly tailored, just for Clickjacking, so I decided to move it to Security Kit and close it).
Even though Drupal recently migrated to Git from CVS (thanks!), I plan to develop SecKit on GitHub along with other projects, which I hope I will soon finish (at least to make them public).

P.S. I do really hope and expect collaboration.