SLSA ("salsa") is Supply-chain Levels for Software Artifacts
SLSA (pronounced "salsa") is a security framework from source to service, giving anyone working with software a common language for increasing levels of software security and supply chain integrity. It’s how you get from safe enough to being as resilient as possible, at any link in the chain.
Learning about SLSA
See https://slsa.dev to learn about SLSA.
What's in this repo?
The primary content of this repo is the docs/ directory, which contains the core SLSA specification and sources to the slsa.dev website. See the README.md in that directory for instructions on how to build the site.
This repository also hosts SLSA's main issue tracker, covering the website, specification, and overall project management. Other git repositories within the slsa-framework organization have repo-specific issue trackers.
How to get involved
See https://slsa.dev/community for ways to get involved in SLSA development.
|Build Level 4||David A Wheeler (@david-a-wheeler)|
|Hardware Attested Platforms||Marcela Melara (@marcelamelara), Chad Kimes (@chkimes)|
|Source Track||Kris K (@kpk47)|
|Version 1.1 release||Joshua Lock (@joshuagl)|
We have several redirect configured on slsa.dev for convenience of the team:
- https://slsa.dev/gh ⇒ SLSA GitHub repo
- https://slsa.dev/notes ⇒ meeting notes
To include the steering committee on GitHub, use
All SLSA specification content contributed following adoption of the Community Specification governance model is provided under the Community Specification License 1.0.
Pre-existing portions of the SLSA specification from contributors who have not subsequently contributed under the Community Specification License 1.0 following its adoption are provided under the Apache License 2.0.