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Re: Security award nomination
On Sat, 21 Aug 1999, Louis Bertrand wrote:
> [Follow-ups to firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Please help nominate the OpenBSD developers for this award:
> (I had trouble submitting my entry. It's probably best to fax it. I
> emailed the contact address to ask about email submissions, but got no
> answer. These people sound very USA-centric and corporate).
> Some guidelines:
> * Be polite and considerate of other projects/vendors (we may be better,
> but they're not worse. Subtle distinction).
> * If you don't know, leave it blank.
> * Be brief.
> * Check your spelling and grammar (get help if you need it).
> Things to keep in mind:
> * The code audit (two years and still going)
> * Security first
> * Secure by default
> * Strong exportable crypto
> * Full disclosure
> * Multi-platform
> * Free software (Berkeley-style license)
> * No corporate sponsorship
> First check-in of OpenBSD code: 10/95
> First official release (2.0): 06/96
> This is the chance for all you BOFHs who have been promoting OpenBSD in
> the raised-floor rooms of corporations, governments and academia to make
> some noise.
> --Louis <email@example.com>
> Louis Bertrand http://www.bertrandtech.on.ca/
> Bertrand Technical Services, Bowmanville, ON, Canada
> OpenBSD: Secure by default. http://www.openbsd.org/