On 15.10.2008 14:44 Uhr, Martijn Faassen wrote:
On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 2:30 PM, Andreas Jung<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
If the latter,
what about the security review for untrusted code?
You mean the review of RestrictedPython?
If RestrictedPython is to be reviewed for changes, it *might* be
easier to do this for 2.4 -> 2.5 instead of the big leap of two python
versions. This depends a bit on how such a review is structured.
If Python 2.6 is the latest official Python version of the 2.X line that
there is a chance that this version will be supported by the Python
community in the long term. So supporting Python 2.4 or Python 2.5 does
not make much sense to me.
RestrictedPython: I talked with Alan Runyan about this topic at the
Plone conference....if we are serious then RP has to be reviewed. But
who can review it and how long would it take. There are possibly only a
limited number of people with the experience and skills for performing
such a review. The last review took several person days (as far as I can
remember). So the review process is possibly tied to some financial
resource in order to sponsor the review.
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