Aurelien Bompard writes:
For your information, I have written a small SELinux module for Mailman3, it's included in my Fedora RPM and works fine. In the future (when MM3 is out), I'll ask for integration in the core policy.
"Core policy" means at SELinux? Why not put it in a contrib directory in MM3, too? Why not now?
Oops, sorry for not replying to this earlier.
"Core policy" means at SELinux? Why not put it in a contrib directory
in MM3, too? Why not now?
Yes, it means at SELinux. It's apparently the preferred way to host policies, a bit like the linux kernel is the preferred place to host drivers. In case of interface changes, they can update all the modules. In the meantime, I can surely place my policy files in a contrib subdir in MM3 too. They are tailored to the destination directories we use in Fedora, but I welcome contributions :-) Merge request incoming...