Re: Proposed new WG


Gabriele Paoloni
 

From my perspective I would go for 5. Right now I don't have other names suggestions

Regards
Gab


On Wed, Sep 29, 2021 at 4:18 PM <elana.copperman@...> wrote:

Following today's TSC call and discussion, the new WG proposed in   https://docs.google.com/document/d/1557IyH66OlMJHklNg5wceKmJLQgavBUwoYyB2Jib0vU/edit#  has been tentatively approved.  Thanks to all (especially Lukas and Paul) for your support.

See below, the preliminary list of suggested names:

  1. Linux Developers
  2. Linux features for safety
  3. Linux features amenable for safety
  4. Safety engineering features
  5. Linux-based elements for safety-critical systems
  6. Applying Linux features

Actually I don't really prefer any of these names, so would offer a prize to the winning name, allowing additional suggestions to be raised.

 

Next steps:

  1. All those subscribed to this mailing list are cordially invited to vote on (or suggest any new) names for the new WG.
  2. Elana will extend a call for collaboration in tomorrow's session at the Linux Security Summit, including a call for participation in the newly formed WG.  I would ask to have a tentative agreement (via email) on the name for the WG by tomorrow if possible, the name can be updated later before meetings actually begin.
  3. Elana will issue a proposal to present the new WG at the upcoming ELISA workshop (proposal deadline is this coming Friday).  The proposal will be high level, and we have agreed to continue this discussion at the next TSC meeting to refine / clarify some of the remaining open points.  However, the basic format and concept as summarized in the WG proposal (see above link) is not expected to be changed in any major way.  For example, we need to agree on how to avoid misunderstanding and provide a clear disclaimer on any safety claims related to the technical suggestions made by the WG.  In addition (as discussed today), all technical features will be clarified within the context of a specific use case, while at the same time understanding the limitations of NDAs and exposure of proprietary details of business applications. 

Regards

Elana

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