Good news, today I'm starting my funded work on the common criteria certification for Zope 3. I'm targeting to get Zope 3.3 certified. If I (we) do not achieve that, we should forget about the certification. But I'm expecting Zope 3.3 to be fit for certification.
This week, I will create a proposal for the functionality we need to include in Zope 3.3, make a task list (more or less for myself, but publicly visible) what needs to be done on the documentation and will familiarize myself with the current security policy and the one Jim proposed to include to make a decision about which one should be certified. Depending on the amount of time left, I'll start working on the tasks on the list for documentation. I'll continue the work in January by completing the documentation and starting to work on the functionality. After January there will be a break where the evaluation body will check the documents. I'll be at PyCon to spend 2 days of the sprint working on the functionality and explaining certification issues to whoever is interested. In late April/May I'll join the effort to make Zope 3.3 happen, especially regarding the security functionality and to make it fit for evaluation of the TUV. I'm interested in any feedback you have. Cheers, Christian -- gocept gmbh & co. kg - schalaunische str. 6 - 06366 koethen - germany www.gocept.com - [EMAIL PROTECTED] - phone +49 3496 30 99 112 - fax +49 3496 30 99 118 - zope and plone consulting and development
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