Introducing myself ... for Ubuntu Server Team
Serge E. Hallyn
serge.hallyn at canonical.com
Fri Jul 29 15:38:14 UTC 2011
Quoting Vincenzo Ciaglia (vincenzo at ciaglia.net):
> Il giorno ven, 29/07/2011 alle 09.58 -0500, Serge E. Hallyn ha scritto:
> > Nice to meet you :)
> Nice to meet you too.
> > Cool. In my spare time I've been wanting to work toward getting the
> > selinux testsuite running in an unmodified ubuntu server, and also
> > noticed some policy shortcomings (i.e. sshd_t). Maybe we can spend some
> > time on that together. Not looking to supplant apparmor, but options
> > are good.
> Sure. Even if i don't work on Selinux from several months - and I feel a
> little rusty - this could be an interesting opportunity to restart
> reading docs and writing policies ;)
> > Awesome. Is there a particular set of applications you're interested
> > in?
> I'm surely interested in key packages like OpenSSH, Apache, OpenVPN,
> Rsyslog, bind and dhcp. However i'm ready to work on support-less or new
As far as support work for key packages goes, if you look at the top of
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ServerTeam/KnowledgeBase it has some links to
searches for active server related bugs. Very useful for getting started.
One way to get started would be go look at the 'high priority bugs' link
and pick say an apache bug. If you have any questions on packaging etc
freenode#ubuntu-devel and freenode#ubuntu-server are good places to ask,
the former for more generic packaging questions. You can also drop by
there when you have a solution you want sponsored (meaning, a package
fixing the bug which you feel is ready to go into the archive).
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