[agl-discussions] RFC - Security Framework for AGL

José Bollo jose.bollo at iot.bzh
Fri Sep 25 17:57:01 UTC 2015

Hello Walt, hello list users,

I'm glad to bring to the assembly the document promised by Fulup Ar Foll
during AMM megting:

This document summarizes the lessons we learnt while being in the team that
made the security of Tizen 3.

I hope that this document will help to the debate.

Don't hesitate to ask me if some point makes question.

Have a good week-end.


José Bollo - Senior Software Engineer
jose.bolllo at iot.bzh - www.iot.bzh

2015-09-22 2:41 GMT+02:00 Walt Miner <wminer at linuxfoundation.org>:

> I am officially opening a thread to comment on potential security
> frameworks. During the All Member Meeting there was a discussion on how
> proceed with security for AGL. Those discussions were documented in [0].
> The frameworks mentioned during the meeting were SELinux and SMACK. This
> discussion is open to any other frameworks that are relevant as well.
> How to proceed. I would like to wrap this topic up by Nov 17. I suggest
> the following schedule
> a) Nomination of frameworks and open discussion on this email thread.
> Close discussion on October 5.
> b) Determine selection criteria and weighting for decision matrix. We can
> start a new thread for that. Oct 1 - 15
> c) Score frameworks Oct 17 - 31.
> d) Final decision Nov 1
> Obviously I built in a couple of weeks of slack time. Please comment if
> you think I am missing some steps or the timing is off. More than likely
> this will be a topic of discussion on one or more Tuesday developer call
> and/or SAT meeting.
> It also turns out that there is already a wiki page for this debate to
> take place [1].
> Volunteers for the security subsystem teams can add their names to the
> list of developers and architects[2]
> Regards,
> Walt
> [0]
> https://www.automotivelinux.org/sites/agl/files/pages/files/agl_security_topics_-_miner.pdf
> [1] https://wiki.automotivelinux.org/project-security-fw
> [2] https://wiki.automotivelinux.org/subsystem/security
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