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Other portions of MeeGo Security shall be here soon.
MeeGo Security Architecture
The MeeGo Security Architecture is documented here in the wiki.
MeeGo Security Bug Policy
- All MeeGo security defects are private to the Security_Group by default in addition to the submitter and the CC list.
- This is standard practice for Linux distributions and other operating systems
- The reason for this is that information in security bugs can be used as a road map to exploit MeeGo systems.
- To request addition to the Security_Group, please send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining your need.
- People who want addition to this group will need to demonstrate that they need generic access to security bugs, not just access to specific security bugs.
- People who need access to specific security bugs can request access to get added to the CC list.
- The list of members in the Security_Group will be audited by the MeeGo Security Lead every quarter.
- Once a security defect is resolved (by making a patch available or marking the bug as closed), it will also be made public by removing the Security_Group restrictions.