[Bf-committers] Blender get a CII best practices badge?

Ton Roosendaal ton at blender.org
Sun Aug 14 14:35:50 CEST 2016

Hi David,

As the url says, the badge looks more designed for components of the Linux & internet infrastructure than for creative end-user tools like Blender. The requirements for security and automatic testing for example... hard to comply for our project. But probably interesting to see it filled in.

What other end-user tools are on this list?

Maybe a different badge could be made for a corecreationtools.org or so ;)


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> On 13 Aug 2016, at 21:06, David A. Wheeler <dwheeler at dwheeler.com> wrote:
> Hi -
> Can I convince someone here to try to get for Blender a “best practices” badge from the Linux Foundation Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII)?  I’m the technical lead of the badging project.  Someone from the project simply needs to go here and click on “Get Your Badge Now!”:
>  https://bestpractices.coreinfrastructure.org/
> It’s basically a web form, and it shouldn’t take more than hour to fill it in for Blender.  It costs nothing.  We can help you (if you’d like) once you get started.  I’d be happy to answer questions, too.  Other projects with the badge include curl, the Linux kernel, OWASP ZAP, and Node.js.
> Let me know.  Thanks!!
> --- David A. Wheeler
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