Group Proposal, for discussion: Vulnerability Group
neugens.limasoftware at gmail.com
Thu Aug 24 17:53:02 UTC 2017
This is a fantastic news, thanks for moving this forward!
My only complain is that now I have one argument less for FOSDEM ;)
2017-08-24 17:49 GMT+02:00 <mark.reinhold at oracle.com>:
> (This is not a call for votes; it is just a call for discussion.)
> The Governing Board has been discussing the creation of a Vulnerability
> Group for a while now. This new Group is intended to be a secure,
> private forum in which trusted members of the OpenJDK Community can
> receive reports of vulnerabilities in OpenJDK code bases, review them,
> collaborate on fixing them, and coordinate the release of such fixes.
> This Group will be unusual in several respects, due to the sensitive
> nature of its work: Membership will be more selective, there will be a
> strict communication policy, and members (or their employers) will need
> to sign a non-disclosure and license agreement. These requirements do,
> strictly speaking, violate the OpenJDK Bylaws. The Governing Board has
> discussed this, however, and I expect that the Board will approve the
> creation of this Group with these exceptional requirements.
> I've posted a detailed proposal for the Vulnerability Group here:
> That document contains a link to a draft of the non-disclosure and
> license agreement.
> The initial Lead of the Vulnerability Group will be Andrew Gross, who
> leads Oracle's internal Java Vulnerability Team.
> - Mark
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