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Re: PolicyKit

(Anonymous)
If you do, please consider taking the discussion or at least any decisions you make to the fedora-devel list

Some people may disagree, but this actually has little to do with Fedora; both PolicyKit and SELinux are upstream projects consumed by several distros and both have their own upstream mailing lists... It's the old saying; do the development work upstream, not downstream.

(That said, I'm right now working on Feature pages for Fedora 9 that concerns PolicyKit. That's probably the right place for Fedora people to get involved. I'll mail f-d-l when they're up. Of course, anyone using Fedora is more than welcome to join upstream lists too. I'd encourage that.)

(There's also the problem that fedora-devel-list has a terrible S/N ratio these days; I'm having big problems just reading the list. I wish more people would send out the "your post is off-topic" messages.)

Re: PolicyKit

(Anonymous)
Some people will always disagree, (and they will probably be right to some degree) but fedora is the only major distro shipping selinux enabled by default it was the first one using policy-kit and the reason i said fedora-devel list is because i suspect the sort of integration you are talking about involves a lot more than just writing code.

That said, i don't know where is the best place to have that discussion selinux-devel perhaps?.

Whatever you guys decide it's fine but i just think it's better if done publicly.

If you do not get a response on a bug which you consider important, you might want to verify that you have assigned the bug to the right package and try providing more information on the problem.

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