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Subject: MVP Discussion


I have a few concerns with the current MVP items as discussed on the call today

1) We need a statistically significant number of people to vote, before we can decide if it is in or out.

2) I feel that some of the items in the list are not well understood, and thus we got mixed voting.

3) I think this voting needs to be moved to a SurveyMonkey and we need to add the options of "abstain" and "I do not know what this means".    

4) Things that have 100% votes, should be in, and we should do those first.  

5) If the feature is not used in mass today, then it probably does not warrant being an MVP item.  Not used == not used.  I am sure between Soltra and EclecticIQ they can give us some great metrics. 

6) The current list represents a LOT of stuff.  Keep in mind that it may take groups 2-5 years to full support everything in that list.  That means in the mean time you will have a lot of products that are NOT compatible with each other.  Can you imaging the conformance issues that this will cause?  Keep in mind that even Soltra Edge does not fully support STIX 1.2 and how long ago did that come out.

7) If the 2.0 MVP does not have everything that a group needs, say the USG.  Then they can keep using STIX 1.2 until such a time that the 2.x tree does have what they need. I do not believe any of us are saying that people need to switch from STIX 1.2 to STIX 2.0 on day one.  

8) For orgs that are currently using STIX 1.2.  You will probably not want to switch to the 2.x family until about 2.2 or 2.3, would be my finger to the wind guess.

9) For orgs that are not yet doing anything with STIX yet, what is the bare minimum that you need to make a solution work.  

10) Things we do not understand well or that are not really used should be pushed to a 2.x release.  



Bret Jordan CISSP
Director of Security Architecture and Standards | Office of the CTO
Blue Coat Systems
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