locked Full Majority Vote to consider accepting Project Kestrel into the Open Cybersecurity Alliance #poll-notice #poll-result

Chet Ensign

Do you approve accepting the contribution of the Kestrel Threat Hunting Language (Project Kestrel), a universal threat hunting language started at IBM [1], as a new official working project in the Open Cybersecurity Alliance, according to the OCA Governance Rules [2]? Project Kestrel is licensed under Apache 2.0. 
The ballot is open now and closes 03 June 2021 at 23:59 UTC. Please indicate your selection using the buttons below.
This ballot requires a Full Majority Vote. The PGB roster currently lists 15 voting members. In order to pass, at least 8 members have to vote Yes.
Eligible voting members are:
  • Sonu Shankar, Arctic Wolf
  • Adam Montville, Center for Internet Security
  • Sam Curry, Cybereason
  • Ben Waters, Cydarm
  • Avkash Kathiriya, Cyware
  • Ciaran Bradley, EclecticIQ
  • Jason Keirstead, IBM
  • Mark Mastrangeli, McAfee
  • Kelly Cullinane, New Context
  • Forrest Hare, SAIC
  • Yotam Ben Ezra, Safebreach
  • Duncan Sparrell, sFractal
  • Nidhi Sharma, ThreatQuotient
  • Stephen Wood, Tripwire
  • Chris Murphy, TruSTAR
[1] https://github.com/IBM/kestrel-lang
[2] https://github.com/opencybersecurityalliance/oca-admin/blob/master/GOVERNANCE.md


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