This is about a third-party module: nginx-openssl-version and its sudden new home.
Back when HeartBleed struck, I wrote an nginx module to provide for configuration to be able to specify a minimum acceptable version of the OpenSSL library and turn non-matches into fatal configuration errors, trading off availability for security. I know that a few people started using it. It's not massively popular, but it is used. My employer at the time was Apcera and the module was published under their GitHub repo. Apcera was purchased a few years ago, and today the new owner suddenly closed all non-fork GitHub repos without notice. A few people have forks; the code has not seen updates, but only because it _works_ and hasn't needed changes. I still routinely build nginx using this module. If there are further changes needed, then I will make my changes available under the same (MIT) license. Since I wrote the code in the first place, I think that I can get away with decreeing that my GitHub fork is now the canonical home. https://github.com/PennockTech/nginx-openssl-version Replace `--add-module` references: old: github.com/apcera/nginx-openssl-version new: github.com/PennockTech/nginx-openssl-version I will submit a wiki PR shortly. Thanks for reading, -Phil _______________________________________________ nginx mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://mailman.nginx.org/mailman/listinfo/nginx