The future of the Linux Security Module API
Posted Apr 20, 2006 20:55 UTC (Thu) by nix
In reply to: The future of the Linux Security Module API
Parent article: The future of the Linux Security Module API
You're right, that was a misremembering on my part. The SELinux developers didn't say it sucks.
Christoph Hellwig did (actually he called it bullshit).
(Mind you, he seems to be trying for the Al Viro Insult Award, although he seems to have missed the bit in the rulebook that says that the insults have to be *unusual*; insults in obscure dialects or dead languages gain extra credit. The ideal insult is one so obscure that the recipient doesn't have a clue he's been insulted, but clear enough that everyone else on the list knows perfectly well.)
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