All posts for the month May, 2015

Security Basics: What is a Threat?

The legal industry is rather seriously behind other industries on security, and our whole business is keeping secrets.  The bad news is that it’s easy to come to wrong conclusions in security.  The good news is that lawyers already have an ethics framework and most have some knowledge about risk assessment.  I want to take […]

On choosing open licenses

I’ve recently written a technical roadmap for one of my shadow projects.  I’ll quote what I have so far about software licensing, at least as it pertains to feedstock: Open source feedstock preferred Licenses that permit us to keep the source internal, even when we distribute binaries externally (BSD, MIT, Apache) are approved for use […]