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Quoting Stephen Smalley <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Are you coming to the SELinux summit the day before LinuxCon, Sunday Sep
Yes, I am hoping to attend as much as I can.
> I'd also recommend that you come to the talk on a new SELinux policy
> infrastructure at LPC,
> as well as the other SELinux talks during the security track.
I am expecting and the baby's release date is less than two weeks away. So it's unclear how much I will be able to participate at Linux Plumbers. However, I believe Bryan is planning on attending.
> Are you familiar with the existing SELinux user resources listed on:
Yes. That is a great resource, but there is so much information there. I'm wondering if there is a way to organize it in such a way that allows newer users to find the information they need more easily.
> The only way to really address SELinux usability is to actively engage
> with the SELinux community - you need to be aware of what is already
> going on and be a participant in the ongoing development dialogue.
> Which happens here, on this list, as well as at things like the
> developer summit.
IBM, Linux Technology Center
> Stephen Smalley
> National Security Agency
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