Hi, I'm all for it and I can convert the docs so they're publishable
through Antora (it requires a certain file/directory structure and some
configs on top of plain asciidoc). I want to ask - is anyone in security
anyone willing to update them after we get them published for the first
Also, can you send me a link to the sources (off list if they're
internal)? I'd like to take a look.
On 1/16/19 5:26 PM, Eric Christensen wrote:
Greetings Fedora Docs Peoples,
Red Hat Product Security is looking to liberate several documents from our repositories
and get them into the community's hands. The source is already in ASCIIDoc so they
should be ready to go (although they may need a little touching up). If you guys are
interested, here are the titles we have:
- GCC Fortify
- Securing the Source
- Security Benefits of RPM Packaging
- several 'recommended practices' documents (this might be better going to the
wiki, depending on how you want to organize your information).
Unfortunately, all of this information is currently internal to Red Hat and, thus, not
even available to customers.
I guess the question right now is, does Fedora Docs even want these bits?
Technical Writer, Product Security
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