Donation of libscap, libsinsp, and the drivers source to the Falco community and organization


Leonardo Di Donato
 

Hello folks!
 
Sysdig Inc. intends to donate libsinsp, libscap, the kernel module driver, and the eBPF driver sources by moving them to the Falco project.
 
We wrote down the donation plan in this proposal.
 
Those are key parts of the Falco project.
When this proposal gets accepted, they will be under the same governance and community as the rest of the Falco projects.

The source code for those dependencies went through the same security audit that the Falco project went through with Cure53.

All this will be also a topic of discussion in tomorrow's community call.

We, the Falco maintainers, are extremely grateful to Sysdig Inc. for making this decision and support our open community even more.
Bye!
Leo & Lore.
 
P.S.: other Falco maintainers please go check out the proposal, add your own ideas/comments, etc.


 

This is great news. A big thanks to you and to Sysdig for making this move.

Spencer 

On Tue, Jan 19, 2021, at 5:18 AM, Leonardo Di Donato wrote:
Hello folks!
 
Sysdig Inc. intends to donate libsinsp, libscap, the kernel module driver, and the eBPF driver sources by moving them to the Falco project.
 
We wrote down the donation plan in this proposal.
 
Those are key parts of the Falco project.
When this proposal gets accepted, they will be under the same governance and community as the rest of the Falco projects.

The source code for those dependencies went through the same security audit that the Falco project went through with Cure53.

All this will be also a topic of discussion in tomorrow's community call.
We, the Falco maintainers, are extremely grateful to Sysdig Inc. for making this decision and support our open community even more.
Bye!
Leo & Lore.
 
P.S.: other Falco maintainers please go check out the proposal, add your own ideas/comments, etc.

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  Spencer Krum