Joshua Brindle

How to Win At Security

Stackoverflow.com and the SELinux poll

So, stackoverflow.com was released to public beta pretty recently and I must say I'm impressed. It looks like a great place to go to get tough programming (and other) questions answered. 
So, in order to give it a spin I posted the question Do you disable SELinux? 

It didn't get nearly as many answers as What's your favorite “programmer” cartoon but I did get mostly good feedback, it seems like the audience on stackoverflow, in general, have seen the positive progress of SELinux and many have chosen to keep it enabled (or even write policies and make it work for them).

Good to hear!