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Subject: Re: [cti] versioning

Some may want feedback and others may not.  We have talked about adding a URL fields in the information source object so that you could lookup their TAXII server in DNS.  Just FYI.



Bret Jordan CISSP
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Blue Coat Systems
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On Feb 17, 2016, at 18:53, John-Mark Gurney <jmg@newcontext.com> wrote:

Aharon Chernin wrote this message on Mon, Feb 15, 2016 at 14:13 +0000:
If we want the community collaborating on intelligence, then we need to either allow for suggesting of updates to the original object, some sort of derived intelligence relationship, or both.

I am a fan of both approaches. Only the author can revision the original document. However, anyone else can create a new object with a relationship between the new and old objects and the type of “suggested-update”. A suggested-update could include revised facts or even a recommendation for revocation.

I like the idea of suggested-update.  We should add an optional field
to the information-source object that provides a URL that someone can
submit updates too.  If we don't, then it becomes harder to share

Obviously, it could become a spam trap, but if the org says, only signed
suggestions are allowed, and maybe some mechanism for proving your
signature isn't a spam bot, this could be a powerful feature...


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