We welcome questions, feedback, and suggestions on any aspect of this project. Feel free to email feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone in the automotive industry, open source community, or security community is welcome to join the Uptane forum. This is a fairly low volume mailing list (a few messages a week) and is used to disseminate large news items, or to plan in person Uptane workshops.
The Uptane standardization initiative is under the direction of the Uptane Alliance and is carried out on a mailing list specifically for this purpose. This mailing list is higher volume (often multiple messages a day) and is mainly meant to coordinate the standardization effort. To be added to this list, send an email to email@example.com.
Uptane Alliance Membership Status
We welcome all interested parties to join either mailing list, independent of
your organization’s status in the IEEE/ISTO Uptane Alliance. (However, if your organization does wish to join the Uptane Alliance, simply fill out this form and check the Contributor Membership box. There is no fee.)
To make contributions to the reference implementation or the demonstration code, please submit a GitHub pull request to this repository using these development instructions. If submitting any new software feature or change, please include unit tests.
All submitted pull requests undergo review and automated testing, including, but not limited to:
- Unit and build testing via Travis CI
- Review by one or more maintainers
Code Issues, Bugs, Feature Requests
If you wish to report a bug or a security issue, or introduce a new feature to either the reference implementation or demonstration code, please open an issue on this.
While our main concern is the security of the specification, we are also interested in hearing about security problems in our Reference Implementation. It may be unlikely that cars will use the reference code directly. However, reporting any problems users identify in the code can help prevent their duplications in production implementations. Please report such issues using our GitHub issue tracker.
We welcome security audits of the Uptane design, or vulnerability reports of the design or the code in this repository. Please contact lab director Justin Cappos or maintainer Sebastien Awwad. Uptane is defined in the three documents listed here.
Should the information be highly sensitive, auditors / reporters may employ PGP encryption in an email to Justin Cappos using the public key whose PGP fingerprint is: E9C0 59EC 0D32 64FA B35F 94AD 465B F9F6 F8EB 475A.
Audits of TUF alone (which Uptane employs) should be submitted per these instructions to the TUF project team.