On Sat, Jan 6, 2018 at 10:06 AM, Steffen <i...@apachelounge.com> wrote: > There are three more, so we have 7 places for mod_ssl:
In general, I wouldn't go hunting for alternate places to build/test anything from. You shouldn't feel obligated here beyond what you're interested in. If you want changes before they hit trunk or the 2.4.x-md branch they are probably in github. > patches Ignore it -- Don't worry about it unless someone uses it to share a patch with you to test a specific issue. > trunk-md Ignore it -- Appears obsolete, not changed in months and mod_md is in trunk > 2.4.x-mod_md branch This is where the mod_md backport proposal will eventually come from. If you want to test mod_md on 2.4 before it's in 2.4, using this branch makes sense. This branch will never be released, just merged into 2.4.x when it's ready. > 2.4.x This is where actual 2.4 development occurs and where any 2.4.x release will be cut from. No mod_md yet. > git v5 patch Ignore it -- No idea, I wouldn't pay any mind to it unless someone directed you to specifically try something in it. > trunk This is where normal forward development happens. > 2.5.0-alpha Ignore it -- This is just a tag.