Quality checks (again)

Thiago Macieira thiago at kde.org
Mon Mar 20 18:21:53 GMT 2006

Waldo Bastian wrote:
>> I think this could be an "extra item": applications that do intend to
>> be used in a KIOSK environment would get a "KIOSK-certified"
>> seal/award/stamp/whatever and would document what can and cannot be
>> locked down. This also means the authors accept bugs for failing to
>> comply to the KIOSK settings.
>That would work.

It would in turn allow sysadmins to more easily know which applications 
they can let users use and which they have to put additional restrictions 
on (executable bits, ACLs or completely uninstall).
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