Re: No GLSA since January?!?
2011-08-26 17:18:20 GMT
May be a call for volunteers more "intense" could improve the manpower. This could be a more
easy start point to address, no?.
I work too in some [smaller] security processes and can figure out what kind of work are you talking about.
As Kauhaus pointed, may be somethings should be automated but again, this is a hard job to
implement and to keep results trustable.
I'd started following this list recently and yet does not know how
work fluxes are performed here but, may be, this could be a good place to start a review of GLSA processes, what
do you think about this?
Daniel A. Avelino
I thought its time
I'm sorry, but I disagree with that. I've been an (unofficial) x86On 26 August 2011 12:43, Christoph Jasinski <Krzysiek <at> gmx.net> wrote:
> Dear Christian
> Everything is secure. No reason to write GLSAs or to panic. ;)
> Am 26.08.2011 um 18:12 schrieb Christian Kauhaus:
>> I'm wondering that may favorite Linux distro hasn't had any security announcements since January. In my opinion this is really problematic. At our company we try to convince prospective customers to host their applications on our Gentoo servers. When asked about security incident handling, I have to say: "They state 'Security is a primary focus' on their website, but they don't inform their users." Not very convincing.
>> So what is the roadblock that hinders GLSA creation? Is there any way to get the GLSAs into working order again?
>> Dipl.-Inf. Christian Kauhaus <>< · kc <at> gocept.com · systems administration
>> gocept gmbh & co. kg · forsterstraße 29 · 06112 halle (saale) · germany
>> http://gocept.com · tel +49 345 1229889 11 · fax +49 345 1229889 1
>> Zope and Plone consulting and development
Archtester for only 2 weeks or so and since then, i've seen more than
a few stabilizations needed to address security issues. Also, i've
noticed this same problem of not seeing many/any GLSA's in recent
history. As an example, in the past month, Debian has had 13 security
advisories. I personally doubt that we (Gentoo) don't have to worry
about ANY of those 13 advisories...