The portal can only survive if people- you – take an active part in contributing content.
There are multiple resources available where community input is most welcome:
* Graph Exchange: The idea is that people can submit their graphs, explain why they think the graphs are useful, and how they generated them.
* Parser Exchange: To generate graphs, you need to parse your data. This is a place where you can submit your parsers.
* Links: A whole bunch of links around data analysis and visualization.
* Discussions: A free forum where you can start discussions around the topics of log visualization and analysis.
Let me know what you think and most importantly, submit your graphs: http://secviz.org/?q=image/tid/1
This is from Raffael Marty, from ArcSight (which I'll forgive him for… just once 🙂 ), on the LogAnalysis mailing list. For my customers and others that are dealing with security log analysis, this website may prove useful.