Re: [specification] Interesting new movement to include "security.txt" files in projects
Helio Chissini de Castro
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Honestly think that we are starting to overpopulate root project dirs.
Not only LICENSE anymore, it goes for a number of files and this needs to have more control that what is today.
Just for a few examples:
The list is already crowded and does not have a single common pattern. ( Note that i'm not even dealing with the fact that we have plenty of other files dev related, like linters, etc.. with their own config )
So, saying that, I'm really not against this new file as information is relevant, but we need to push as formal subfolder or similar idea to aggregate all this info. i.e, github put the things under .github, etc..
Having only README on top folder and something called as let's say as example, .project where we keep all this files, even more if some organization or company need to add specifics.
Then my point is thumbs up for the idea, better start to think on how not to make project codes visually crowded.
On Tue, Mar 21, 2023 at 12:18 PM Steve Kilbane <stephen.kilbane@...> wrote: