SELinux gets a wiki

The developers of one of the most secure operating systems available will use one of the most open collaboration platforms to continue work. The development community for SELinux will can start to use a newly created wiki site for collaboration and discussion, announced James Morris on the SELinux mailing list last week.

The site will be used to keep track of items that need to be completed as well as to discuss SELinux kernel-related issues. SELinux maintainers can edit the pages and add content themselves, after an account is created.

Eventually, all the current project pages will be moved over to the wiki site. At present, the page has a 'To Do' list, a short list of known bugs and a link to the Internet Relay Chat channel devoted to SELinux.

The projects uses the MediaWiki package.

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Joab Jackson is the senior technology editor for Government Computer News.

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