To better harness the recent surge of interests in log
standardization and better organize the CEE community that
now represents over 100 different companies and
individuals, MITRE is establishing an Editorial Board as
the advisory council for CEE.
The CEE Editorial Board Charter (inline below) is based
off of past experience and similar charters in use by the
MITRE OVAL and CVE standards. The initial Board members
were selected by MITRE based on their expertise and
demonstrated support of CEE. It was our intension to keep
the initial Board to a minimum, as it is the
responsibility of the Board to nominate and approve new
So, I would like to personally thank and congratulate the
following CEE Editorial Board members: Anton Chuvakin,
Eric Fitzgerald, Ron Gula, and Raffael Marty.
CEE Editorial Board Charter
23 August 2008
The CEE Editorial Board works with the CEE Moderator
(currently MITRE) and CEE Community to define the scope of
CEE, provides input for CEE's strategic direction, and
advocates the adoption of CEE in the community.
CEE Editorial Board members are chosen based on their
ability as a technical expert, liaison, or advocate.
Primary responsibilities for Editorial Board members
include: attending board meetings (teleconferences);
providing input into the strategic direction of CEE and
each of its components; participating in the creation,
improvement, and updates to CEE; actively follow the CEE
email lists; providing expert advice about CEE to the
Community; and looking for opportunities and advocating
CEE in the Community.
Charter and Membership Requirements
The CEE Editorial Board is an advisory body that provides
valuable input on the Common Event Expression (CEE) Log
Standard, including its Taxonomy, Syntax, Transport, and
Log Recommendation components, to the CEE Moderator
(currently MITRE). While it is important to have
organizational support for CEE, it is the individuals who
sit on the CEE Editorial Board and their input and
activity that truly make a difference.
The Editorial Board's primary responsibilities are to work
with the CEE Moderator and the Community to define CEE, to
provide input into CEE's strategic direction, and to
advocate CEE in the Community. Additionally, the Editorial
Board will be asked to make a judgment, in the best
interest CEE, on any technical or strategic problem to
which the CEE Community cannot reach a consensus.
Editorial Board members are chosen based on their ability
as a technical expert, liaison, or advocate, and are
expected to meet the following requirements:
. attend the board meetings (telephone calls)
. provide input into the strategic direction of CEE and
each of its components
. participate in the creation, improvement, and updates
. actively follow the CEE email lists
. provide expert advice about CEE to the Community
. look for opportunities to advocate CEE in the Community
In addition to the above requirements, Editorial Board
members are expected to look for opportunities to include
CEE in his or her organization's products and/or services.
In an effort to guard against organizational bias, a
single organization may be represented by a maximum of two
individuals with the expectation that one individual will
be focused on strategic direction and the other individual
will be focused more on technical decisions.
Potential members should be participants in the Community
before looking to join the CEE Editorial Board. Each
nominee must be approved by the CEE Editorial Board, with
the CEE Moderator having the final say regarding
If you are interested in becoming a CEE Editorial Board
member, send an email expressing your interest and a brief
overview of your qualifications to [hidden email].
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