Just a reminder on the settings review process and curation.
We have been posting blocks of settings each as their on ticket for review, discussion, correction and agreement.
We will closeout each block of settings tickets one week after they have been posted which should be long enough. If for any reasons, anyone feels the need for more time on any setting(s), please note that on a ticket or on the list and we will take action appropriately.
SCAP-On-Apple User and Dev Community,
(cross-post to Fed-Talk Community)
The day has finally come to begin digging in your heels with your shoulder to the grindstone!
Several have been working hard behind the scenes, for several months now, to establish a bulk of the initial settings for OSX and iOS for public review, discussion, modifications and ultimately for approval and posting to the data feeds provided from this project. We have had some time and resource constraints that have negatively impacted our ability to reach this point on our original target date. Now, your wait is over and we can all dig in our heels and move this effort forward in a joint effort to bring the best and brightest together in a concerted effort for Settings Curation.
The inaugural meeting on October 4, 2012 at the 8th Annual IT Security Automation Conference in Baltimore, MD, marked the launch of the SCAP-On-Apple Project here on MacOSForge.org.
The SCAP-On-Apple Project Team was very excited by the turnout yesterday with representatives from all sectors of the SCAP Community interested in immediately engaging in collaboration.
The long wait is over! We are very excited to launch the SCAP-On-Apple Project here on MacOSForge.org simultaneously with the first community gathering at the 8th Annual IT Security Automation Conference in Baltimore, MD - October 3-5, 2012.
The SCAP-On-Apple Open Source Project engages and empowers the SCAP community to strengthen the awareness, knowledge and collaboration on SCAP Content, Tools and Solutions with authoritative data for the Apple Platforms OSX and iOS.