It appears to me that you could use openssl-dev instead of openssl-project, 
saving cycles on killing one and creating the other.

Uri Blumenthal

On 1/19/18, 12:35, "openssl-dev on behalf of Salz, Rich via openssl-dev" 
< on behalf of> wrote:

    There’s a new blog post at
    It contains some important policy changes we decided at our meeting last 
month.  This includes:
        - Closing the openssl-dev mailing list; use GitHub for issues
        - New mailing list openssl-project for project discussions
        - New policy for accepting crypto algorithms, formats, and protocols.
        - .. several others
    Please read the posting; the changes described in it affect everyone who 
uses OpenSSL.  Thanks for your interest, and all your efforts to help improve 
the project!
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