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Re: [] Fwd: [cross-project-issues-dev] Announcing the BIRT project's intent to participate in Release 2019-06

+1 on doing something, _anything_ about BIRT. Some of their vulnerabilities are just nasty.

Then there's the perception that bugs just go into /dev/null...


On 2019-05-10 8:41 p.m., Benjamin Cabé wrote:

Not sure if this belongs to the AC but I do think to some extent it does. I've been on the security@ mailing list for a number of years and I can't remember one single time where the BIRT project team has engaged w.r.t to the security vulnerabilities that are regularly reported. 
How do we feel about shipping a simrel with numerous known vulnerabilities?


---------- Forwarded message ---------
De : Mihail Mihaylov <mmihaylo@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: ven. 10 mai 2019 à 12:28
Subject: [cross-project-issues-dev] Announcing the BIRT project's intent to participate in Release 2019-06
To: Cross project issues <cross-project-issues-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Juan Fernandez <juanf@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, Virgil Dodson <vdodson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, John Ward <jward@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

Hi All,


Per the SimRel/Simultaneous Release Requirements, we are announcing the BIRT project's intent to participate in Release 2019-06. Apologies that this was not done before the milestone 1 (M1) date of the release.


Our plan is to touch the project's aggrcon file today (the milestone 2 date).




P.S. We ran into challenges with the new build process requirements (, but feel we can comply with these in a timely fashion on our side.



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