[squeak-dev] [Esug-list] Smalltalk Security Landscape - survey for ESUG 2018

Tobias Pape Das.Linux at gmx.de
Tue Aug 14 08:53:23 UTC 2018

Dear Jerry,

I'm cc-ing squeak-dev, as we might as well have a lot of insight for you there.

> On 13.08.2018, at 19:49, Jerry Kott <jkott at image-ware.com> wrote:
> Dear Smalltalkers and friends,
> I am planning to have a presentation titled ‘Smalltalk Security Landscape’ at this year’s ESUG conference. In my presentation I hope to increase cybersecurity awareness within the Smalltalk community and help shape the evolution of the language and its ecosystem.
> I have put together a survey to help me research the topic. I ask for your kind help to get a picture of where Smalltalk stands in the area of cybersecurity. The survey is completely anonymous, and should take less than 15 minutes to complete. I appreciate your time and participation.

I'd like to make you aware that you missed Squeak altogether in Question 8:

	Cincom Smalltalk (VisualWorks or Object Studio)
	VA Smalltalk
	Other Smalltalk dialect (e.g., Amber, Dolphin, VST, ...)

Also, it is not possible to specify _what_ other dialect is used, so you miss Cuis, SOM, GNU Smalltalk and all the like.

Please, if possible correct this.

Best regards

> If you are in a management role, I would like your help by forwarding this to your team members to help reach the broad Smalltalk community.
> Here is a link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/esug2018
> Thank you for your help, and hope to see you in Cagliari!
> Jerry Kott
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