Re: [alpine-devel] Proposed change: openssl 1.1 as default system openssl implementation
On 8 Feb 2018 5:53 pm, "Laurent Bercot" <ska-devel_at_skarnet.org> wrote:
> But openssl 1.1 has a different situation: Akamai and the Core
>> Infrastructure Initiative have come together to sponsor development
>> and maintenance of openssl since we switched, which means that there's
>> higher quality maintenance occuring now. They are also working on a
>> relicensing process, much like the libressl guys are doing, which has
>> a larger scope. Meanwhile, the libressl guys have been removing
>> functionality we depend on, such as support for hardware accelerators
>> (ENGINE apis), switching from 64-bit TAIN date calculations to time_t
>> (because time_t is good enough on OpenBSD) and dropping openssl 1.0.1
>> APIs they see as unsuitable.
>> libressl promised to retain compatibility with 1.0.1g APIs, but has
>> failed to do so.
> These arguments sound reasonable, so despite having lobbied for the
> switch to libressl at the time, I have no objection to switching back
> to openssl now.
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Received on Thu Feb 08 2018 - 18:04:06 UTC