10 Apr 2000 rwatson   » (Master)

After a few days of preperation and technical review by various and sundry {FreeBSD,other} peers, launched TrustedBSD, a supporting website for the trusted OS extensions I and others have been working on for a year or so. Have minimal stuff online right now, but makes a good medium for getting decent code reviews, as well as reminding the world that although OpenBSD has an incredible code auditing team, FreeBSD also does cool security stuff--jail code, trusted extensions (ACLs, capabilities, MAC, auditing), and so on.

Jenny -- feel free to quote whatever regarding the sexism issues; this topic is an important one to me, as it's hard to ignore the low proportion of women in the technology arena in the US, as well as the declining proportion of female CS college applicants. Open discussion is presumably one of the best ways to make progress in this area.

Been a long day, and it's definitely time for bed. :-)

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