Diff for /wikisrc/projects/code-in.mdwn between versions 1.63 and 1.64

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   *Tag*: research      *Tag*: research  
   *Tag*: system    *Tag*: system
   
 * Setup single sign-on (SSO) service using base Heimdal  * **Task: Setup single sign-on (SSO) service using base Heimdal**
   Status: Reopened Time to complete: 72 hrs Mentors: Aleksej Saushev   
   Write in clear terms what needs to be set up for implementing single sign-on service using Kerberos.    Write in clear terms what needs to be set up for implementing single sign-on service using Kerberos.
   Write step-by-step instructions for configuration of base Heimdal, BIND, OpenPAM, and other components as needed (both, for client and server).    Write step-by-step instructions for configuration of base Heimdal, BIND, OpenPAM, and other components as needed (both, for client and server).
   Provide instructions how to test functionality (steps how to make sure it works).    Provide instructions how to test functionality (steps how to make sure it works).
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   You are to illustrate instructions with shell commands and configuration file snippets.    You are to illustrate instructions with shell commands and configuration file snippets.
   *Tags*: security, sso, kerberos, documentation, howto    *Tags*: security, sso, kerberos, documentation, howto
   
 * Describe how to become a VoIP provider  * **Task: Describe how to become a VoIP provider**
   SIP is a protocol used for VoIP communications.    SIP is a protocol used for VoIP communications.
   NetBSD was sometimes tried as a VoIP server, but there has been no howto yet how to do this.    NetBSD was sometimes tried as a VoIP server, but there has been no howto yet how to do this.
   So, install an Asterisk or FreeSwitch or something else like that and describe how to use NetBSD as a VoIP server.    So, install an Asterisk or FreeSwitch or something else like that and describe how to use NetBSD as a VoIP server.

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