I'm pleased to announce that we just passed the Core Infrastructure
Best Practice Badge Programm!
This is not an aprils fool but a serious achievement.
"The Linux Foundation (LF) Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII) Best
is a way for Free/Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) projects to show
follow best practices. Projects can voluntarily self-certify, at no cost,
this web application to explain how they follow each best practice. The CII
Best Practices Badge is inspired by the many badges available to projects
Consumers of the badge can quickly assess which FLOSS projects are
practices and as a result are more likely to produce higher-quality secure
Taken from: https://bestpractices.coreinfrastructure.org/en
Thanks everybody who worked on getting this achievement and turning our
into a sustainable and healthy open source project.
Please find the full email below.
Am Montag, 1. April 2019 21:29:22 CEST schrieb
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Thank you, and congratulations.
--- David A. Wheeler, CII Best Practices Badge Technical Lead