In a discussion recently I was asked about the Linux Foundation Converged Infrastructure Initiative and if it was still active?
Indeed it is, they’ve made some great progress on funding and supporting open source projects, and there are some interesting developments coming before the end of the year. CII has funded a number of projects through their grants process, you can read more of the some of the projects, and help with prioritization.
It’s not the nature of the CII to broadcast its’ work, the best measure of success are no vulnerabilities in the projects they are supporting. Projects funded following on from the initial OpenSSL, include:
- Network Time Protocol (NTP)
- Debian Reproduceable Builds
- The Fuzzing Project
- False-Positive-Free Testing with Frama-C