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TrustedBSD Project Mailing Lists

The TrustedBSD Project mailing lists are hosted on the lists.FreeBSD.org mailman server, where more information may be found on subscribing to the mailing lists.

The following public mailing lists are currently available:

trustedbsd-announce

TrustedBSD announcements mailing list, a moderated list that will carry only significant announcements. Web mailing list archives are available.

trustedbsd-audit

TrustedBSD audit discussion mailing list, intended for the discussion of design and implementation issues relating to event auditing, including the gathering, processing, storage, reduction and analysis of audit records. Web mailing list archives are available.

trustedbsd-cvs

TrustedBSD CVS commit mailing list, providing access to relevant CVS and Perforce commit messages for the TrustedBSD development tree. Subscribers may also want to consider subscribing to the FreeBSD cvs-all mailing list to see the commit messages associated with merging TrustedBSD into the main tree. Web mailing list archives are available.

trustedbsd-discuss

TrustedBSD discussion mailing list, intended for general discussions of architecture, features, design, etc. Web mailing list archives are available.

POSIX.1e Mailing List

POSIX.1e, the now-withdrawn POSIX draft defining interfaces for operating system security extensions, continues to play an important role in offering standard interfaces for ACLs, Privileges, and to a limited extent other services. The POSIX.1e mailing list provides a cross-platform forum for the discussion of the draft, as well as practical implementation and portability issues. More information on POSIX.1e can be found by visiting http://wt.xpilot.org/publications/posix.1e, where a draft may also be downloaded.

posix1e

POSIX.1e mailing list, intended for discussion of the now defunct POSIX.1e draft standard. Web mailing list archives are available.


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