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Re: openssl 1.0 support on stretch LTS

On 2018/12/13 20:59, Emilio Pozuelo Monfort wrote:
> On 06/12/2018 05:11, Haruki TSURUMOTO wrote:
>> Hi,
>> my questions intents
>> Will get openssl1.0 package security-update by LTS team from 2020 to
>> 2022-mid?
>> (Only selected packages are supported in LTS surely)
>> Debian stretch has two openssl pakcages.
>> https://packages.debian.org/ja/source/stretch/openssl
>> https://packages.debian.org/ja/source/stretch/openssl1.0
>> I think old one(openssl1.0) is difficult to maintenance after upstream
>> support end.(31st December 2019)
> I believe we will have to support 1.0.2 as some important software (e.g.
> openssh) use 1.0 in stretch. We will be backporting fixes, and other
> distributors (Ubuntu LTS, RedHat) will probably have to support 1.0.x so we can
> share and reuse patches with them.
I understood.
Thank you!

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