A public, centralized bug tracker for CVE issues researchers run into would
be kinda awesome. Way easier than tracking down subtweets.

On Thu, Mar 31, 2022 at 10:41 AM Art Manion <aman...@cert.org> wrote:

> I joined the last Board call midway through the discussion about the
> researcher advisory board/WG.  A few thoughts, even though I didn't hear
> the initial goals.
> IMO the main goal would be to encourage researchers to use CVE, either
> themselves directly or as a part of their reporting/disclosure processes
> (e.g., remind, ask, motivate vendors to become CNAs).  Sub-goals might
> include awareness, education (how to), and problem/dispute resolution.
> No concerns with creating a board or WG, I think the title of the group
> does matter some and agree we should seek a representative person or set of
> persons as chair(s).
> Periodic meetings are one way, but not the only way, to do things.
> Getting ahead a bit, I could see this group managing a git repo where
> researchers (anyone really) can file issues.  Transparency (the Program is
> open to receiving problem reports and the resolutions are published) goes a
> long way, and builds up a body of knowledge (e.g., read the closed issues
> before opening a new one).  This sort of activity doesn't have to be
> limited to periodic meetings.
> Regards,
>   - Art

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