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== Motivation ==
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Having proper guidelines how to ship own SELinux module in a product RPM package and how to remove it from distribution SELinux Policy.
  
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Independent policy project is documentation for shipping own SELinux modules in third party product rpm packages.
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== Benefits ==
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* Fedora Distribution policy reflects the latest features of those products so that users have a positive experience while being secured.
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* More SELinux features and adoptions in future.
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* More portable distribution policy for various platforms
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* Proper guidelines for product package maintainers. This includes: Fedora Package guidelines.
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* Cockpit, Docker, OpenStack teams ship own policies and these policies are not part of our distribution policy.
  
 
== Resources ==  
 
== Resources ==  

Revision as of 16:27, 16 December 2016

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Motivation

Having proper guidelines how to ship own SELinux module in a product RPM package and how to remove it from distribution SELinux Policy.


Benefits

  • Fedora Distribution policy reflects the latest features of those products so that users have a positive experience while being secured.
  • More SELinux features and adoptions in future.
  • More portable distribution policy for various platforms
  • Proper guidelines for product package maintainers. This includes: Fedora Package guidelines.
  • Cockpit, Docker, OpenStack teams ship own policies and these policies are not part of our distribution policy.

Resources

SELinux in general

Why is SELinux useful

Writing own Policy module

Shipping own SELinux module