In the "What is SELinux policy":
is delivered in policy-sources-<<version>-<arch>.rpm.
Note the two < before version.
You added the Â® sign to Type Enforcements which is correct. But
shouldn't you add the registering company's name to the front matter
with the other entries?
Furthermore, is "What is SELinux policy?" good English. The first
sentence in the answer adds "the" suggesting there is exactly one. So
"What is the SELinux policy?"
In the same answer: "Policy source resides in" probably plural,
"sources". There are many different files. Same in the next sentence.
In the "How can I help write policy?"
Again, is this good English? Not at least "policies"?
In the answer, "UnOfficial" -> "Unofficial"
(Just a side comment -- this really should have been added to bug
118577; that's what that %%% bugzilla %%% link is for at the start of
the SELinux section... :-)
I'll check with SELinux experts to get the trademark info added, and
to determine if the word usage is appropriate.
As for "UnOfficial" that is the exact title of the document, so even
if it is silly StudlyCaps, it's correct... :-)
Thanks for the feedback!
Found the proper trademark attribution, and added it to the frontmatter...
The use of the word policy in the documentation relfects the way it is
used in the SELinux community. Think of it like "What is foreign
policy?" and "How do people formulate foreign policy?".
Thanks for the feedback. I figured it was a usage thing, much like
the way we say, "a workstation install", when it should really be, "a
## Forgot the link to our own FAQ; please insert at the top of the
bulleted list of references.
* Fedora SELinux FAQ (this FAQ) -
(the above URL was created using the power of symlinks; I think it's
friendler and fits more properly in the greater scheme of things.)
## One more wee text change:
Q:. I installed SELinux and am having trouble getting KDE applications
### whoops, Rawhide question format snuck in, how about:
Q:. I am having trouble getting KDE applications to work under SELinux.
## AFAIC, these relnotes are now good to go.
Stick a fork in it, Cleetus -- it's done! :-)