Date: Tue, 3 Mar 2020 00:07:29 -0500 From: Benjamin Gilbert <benjamin.gilbert@...eos.com> To: oss-security@...ts.openwall.com Subject: CoreOS leaving distros/linux-distros on May 26, handing off responsibilities Hi all, Red Hat recently announced  that CoreOS Container Linux will reach end-of-life on May 26. The Container Linux team will be leaving the distros lists on that date, and will need to hand off our maintenance responsibilities to other distros. We're currently handling : Administrative-1: Promptly review new issue reports for meeting the list's requirements and confirm receipt of the report and, when necessary, inform the reporter of any issues with their report (e.g., obviously not actionable by the distros) and request and/or propose any required yet missing information (most notably, a tentative public disclosure date/time) - primary: CoreOS, backup: Oracle Administrative-2: If the proposed public disclosure date is not within list policy, insist on getting this corrected and propose a suitable earlier date - primary: CoreOS, backup: CloudLinux Administrative-6: If multiple issues are reported at once, see if any of them can reasonably be made public sooner than the rest, and if so help untangle them and stay on top of their disclosure process - primary: CoreOS, backup: CloudLinux Oracle isn't signed up for any other tasks, so it seems natural for them to move up to primary on #1. In addition to being backup on #2 and #6, CloudLinux is primary on Administrative-3 (evaluate if the issue is already public). In my experience it makes sense to handle #1 and #2 together, so: Oracle, would you be willing to take primary on #1 and #2, and CloudLinux, what would you think of moving up to primary on #6? It'd also be good to get volunteers for the backup slots. Any takers? We plan to continue executing our current responsibilities until May 26, but if other distros want to take over our roles sooner for ease of bookkeeping, we're open to that. Best, --Benjamin Gilbert : https://coreos.com/os/eol/ : https://oss-security.openwall.org/wiki/mailing-lists/distros#contributing-back
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