[PATCH] [RHEL] Make new 0.1.17 release

Trevor Vaughan tvaughan at onyxpoint.com
Fri May 9 14:26:54 UTC 2014


Would it be possible to put the SSG release schedule on a regular basis?

I.e. you'll get a new release every 2 months unless there is a critical fix?

That way there's some consistency in when people should expect to find

I'm definitely not criticizing, just trying to make things easier for
maintenance shops to pick up. Many groups get hit with whatever their local
security team picks up, whenever they pick it up. If it's on a regular
schedule, then they can proactively incorporate it into their maintenance



On Fri, May 9, 2014 at 10:16 AM, Jan Lieskovsky <jlieskov at redhat.com> wrote:

> Hello folks,
>   it has been three months again from the last SCAP Security Guide
> 0.1-16 release (last was Fri, 21-th Feb of 2014). In between 76 changes
> / patches were applied:
>   $ git log --format=%h --since="21-Feb-2014" | wc -l
>   76
>   So I think it's time to make a new official release (for those people
> relying on RPM packages instead of building directly from Git).
>   Besides that the count of patches (diff 0.1-16 vs current git) makes
> the maintenance cost of 0.1-16 tarball + set of patches to be applied
> above it (for example due to package source tarball hash check) very high.
>   Therefore proposing to make a new 0.1.17 release. The attached
> patch updates the spec & if approved new upstream source tarball &
> new EPEL package release would follow.
> Please review.
> Thank you && Regards, Jan.
> --
> Jan iankko Lieskovsky / Red Hat Security Technologies Team
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Trevor Vaughan
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