Yeah you're probably right about money going to developer time
rather than certification, but being certified under the common
criteria can only help the project.  It doesn't seem very likely

--- Kris Kennaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 05, 2003 at 09:59:26AM -0700, twig les wrote:
> > Hey *, I was just on a conference call, so naturally I was
> > reading slashdot and saw that Linux has managed to get
> certified
> > under the common criteria.
> >
> Almost no details there...
> > I know that trustedBSD is working towards that for our
> beloved
> > FreeBSD and that many enhancements have found their way into
> the
> > 5.x line, but does anyone know if the team has begun the
> > certification effort or if not when (if) they will?  I know
> it's
> > very expensive, one article said several hundred thousand
> > dollars up to a few million.
> I don't know of any plans to throw wads of money at the
> certification
> process.  IMO, it would be better spent on developer time.
> Kris

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