Upcoming releases?

2019-08-28 Thread Short, Todd
Hi openssl-project:

Given the typical release cadence and the imminent demise of 1.1.0, will there 
be another set bug fix releases (i.e. a final 1.1.0 release with friends)?

Thanks,

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-Todd Short
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Planing to contribute to Openssl community

2019-08-28 Thread Jayashankara DM
Hi All,

This is Jayashankara D M , Newly joined to this community :)
I would like to contribute some thing to openssl community which i came
across while working on one of my project .

I am planing to build wrapper on top of openssl library to verify the X509
certificate.So that someone wants to verify there client/server certificate
can easy verify without knowing much internal details of openssl library.

Basically it's is library which can be used by any application which uses
SSL to verify the certificates.

As we now many application will have different security/certificate
requirements like life span of x509 certificate, domain-name, signature
algorithms being used and which revocation method used to check revocation
status of x509 certificate and many more.

I would like here you from your end if this looks fine or not.

Note: Let me know if there any case where i can contribute.


Thanks & Regards,
Jayashankara


Re: will there be a final "wrap-up" 1.1.0l release?

2019-08-28 Thread Matt Caswell



On 27/08/2019 17:41, Benjamin Kaduk wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> I note that 1.1.0 goes EOL on 2019-09-11, and the current 1.1.0k release is
> from the end of May.  On the normal 3-ish-month cycle for letter releases
> (to "roll up" accumulated changes in the absence of a security release), we
> would be having one soon.  Are there any plans to do a final letter release
> to package up all the changes before 1.1.0 goes EOL?  (If we do, will there
> also be "roll up" letter releases on the other branches?)

Yes, we are due a release soon. Whether we will have a wrap up for 1.1.0 or not
is currently under discussion. My expectation is - yes.

Matt



will there be a final "wrap-up" 1.1.0l release?

2019-08-28 Thread Benjamin Kaduk
Hi all,

I note that 1.1.0 goes EOL on 2019-09-11, and the current 1.1.0k release is
from the end of May.  On the normal 3-ish-month cycle for letter releases
(to "roll up" accumulated changes in the absence of a security release), we
would be having one soon.  Are there any plans to do a final letter release
to package up all the changes before 1.1.0 goes EOL?  (If we do, will there
also be "roll up" letter releases on the other branches?)

Thanks,

Ben