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Agenda for Monthly Chat: February 2019 (2019-01-04) #1291

dune73 opened this Issue Jan 24, 2019 · 3 comments


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dune73 commented Jan 24, 2019

This is the Agenda for the Monthly CRS Chat.

The chat is going to happen on in the channel #coreruleset on Monday, February 4, at 20:30 CET.

Items on the Agenda:


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  • Release 3.1.1 release because of #1276 (JWall compatibility)
  • Cloudfest workshop
  • AppSecGlobal Tel Aviv
  • CRS swag, proposal by @fzipi
  • #1277 GeoIP deprecated their old database, so our upgrade script and our documentation are currently not valid.
  • Core Rule Set Container discussion: #1290

Feel free to add items as you see fit either above, or below as comments.

If you are not yet on the OWASP Slack, here is your invite:


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spartantri commented Jan 29, 2019

Hi @dune73, do you know when was the last time JWall was updated and how big is its user base?
I would like to have the PR#1294 on 3.1.1 to make it worth the updating effort for lots of users.


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dune73 commented Jan 29, 2019

I can not really tell, but the user base seems to be steady. I have a commerical customer integrating ModSec and they are referring their users to use JWall. Have not talked to Developer Christian Bockermann in years.

As far as #1294 is concerned, I doubt we'll backport this as it's a new rule and release policy states that we do not include new rules in point releases.


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