[CentOS-devel] forums + portal for {lang}.centos.org sites

David Newkerk centosml at davidnewkerk.com
Tue Sep 30 21:11:58 UTC 2008


Hello all -

My name is David Newkerk, and have posted under the user name Keyz on
Dag's blog post regarding Drupal. Dag requested that I post directly
to the mailing list instead so that the info I am compiling can be
more readily seen by everyone. Apologies if I have posted incorrectly
with this first reply, as I'm not yet accustomed to using the mailing
list. I will post several longer replies once I'm sure I've posted
correctly.

Thanks!

- David


On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 2:04 PM, Karanbir Singh <kbsingh at centos.org> wrote:
>
> Dag Wieers wrote:
>>
>> At least there is a process of reporting out-of-core security problems.
>
> I dont see how that is relevant, CVE's are open to anyone to report against / for ? so whats your point ?
>
>> Why should the Drupal team be responsible of code they clearly do no support ? Go and talk to the module's developers to see what processes they have before you use it.
>
> Sure, that should be something that whoever decided to test and look after drupal ( should we select it ) should do, if the built in core modules are unable to handle the issues we need it to.
>
>
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