- @johannesweiss to continue security guidelines work, reach out to others for feedback
- @0xTim pitched the MultiPart kit and it's looking good; Tim will work on a proposal and we can get it into incubation soon
- carryover: @ktoso log level guidelines was updated; members of the group please review, leave comments or approve [WIP] Log Levels guidelines by ktoso · Pull Request #19 · swift-server/guides · GitHub
@johannesweiss @ktoso collect all the last "ideas and goals for 2021" into one post so we can prepare for a post soon
- would be in the same post as @johannesweiss's retrospective work that he started on
- Discussed various security and CVE related topics, polishing up our understanding what is necessary to build a good security guideline
- Konrad worked on the log levels some more, action item to finish it up
- Tim, MultiPart kit pitched and will become a proposal
Better "frontend tools" integrations
- Tim, thoughts about frontend tools and support from the SSWG
- make it more attractive to frontends with swiftpm tools
- the concerns are that the person said: the sswg dont seem to have direction about web development
- is not clear if frontend development is a focus of the sswg
- should we add this to our goals; at least the SPM and "we support building such plugins"; we don't necessarily need to build those.
- Konrad: this seems to be "solved" by the extensible SPM tools, but we should call that out in our "2021 plans blog"
SSWG and more community participation:
- We're interested in reaching out to more community members to voice their opinions in SSWG meetings, Tim to reach out to a few people directly.
- We're more than open to various community members joining in to discussions in general - just reach out to any of the members if interested in some specific topics that are currently being discussed
@0xTim: Joannis and Nathan want to attend a meeting on this
- suggest to reach out and schedule some time? Could be in an SSWG meeting or a separate meeting -- likely also with Cory?