> It was in RHEL/CentOS. So it made it quite a few "days" before being
> fixed. Months to years, actually.
You claim to be impartial, yet I find many of your comments to be incredibly annoying and with half-FUD.
On this particular topic, dwalsh regularly responds to RHEL bug reports and updates test packages of RHEL5 SELinux policies. He wants people to try the latest crafted policies here which eventually get pulled into the next RHEL5.x update release.
Where is the bug that you filed for your issue? If you speak in generalities without citing real examples then you are spouting FUD.