Date: Sat, 02 Apr 2011 12:43:59 +0200 From: Es gibt immer etwas zu tratschen <tratschen@...il.com> To: oss-security@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Closed list -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Am 01.04.2011 20:03, schrieb Josh Bressers: > Hello everyone, > > This topic has lost focus lately. Rather than let it slip away, I think we > should go ahead with the simplest solution right now, we can always do > something different at a future date. > > Openwall has graciously volunteered to run a new list, and they currently > have some infrastructure in place to do this. The new list can start up > right away. In this instance, I fear perfect is the enemy of the good. I'd > rather see something functional in place than nothing. > > Here is the plan for initial membership (this is also approved by > Openwall). > > Initial members will have had to be a vendor-sec member (no exploders this > time around). You must reply to this thread, in public (on oss-security). > We want this to be very public, we have nothing to hide. You must have a > public gpg key ID included in your reply. The new list will gpg encrypt all > mail (it does accept plaintext messages though). > > Once we have an initial seed group, we can focus on future membership > ideas. > > Thanks. > I also want to stay with you! -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2.0.17 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/ iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJNlv3uAAoJEPdDX1Kv1dVM/SIIAJLANpa+u1STvVU7nKkZSR+P vQLCaSHfMilpgD7SUJ65PZ3iU+xOwPQGFeEMygE25gpm2YXnXKJbxSeY+3dx/5f6 xLFzDSu6QWBzZOIzyvg1eUcOZzDxnv6ce+Xn86tQ9zsLgwxRXfCZeZvB3LSCmQhJ BIUTq8GZkB8p8U6x/tVDlzpEl5LqECP1Yrl9lLwY5Fe4O56ESq7AmtH+N1STPr9+ NNvLccEb4IKWT3oA9Zr1nyMfAN0g7g0cskx8YyvMXccj1fOyB6wwKuxuEXefFWbE +KH9vv+iz9t+CDjI3QkLFLXQciA0r1rd0KmnJQNtDrrMoPZPceAaEsOQReL/amo= =xrlm -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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