[openssl-project] 1.1.1 Release timetable

Kurt Roeckx kurt at roeckx.be
Thu Dec 28 21:26:14 UTC 2017

On Fri, Dec 29, 2017 at 07:14:57AM +1000, Tim Hudson wrote:
> The original wording has unknown scope - the same issue applies - we could
> tag everything with 1.1.1 relevance and that would mean a whole pile of
> work.
> Without criteria to set what is in or out of the release we wouldn't be
> consistent in the approach - i.e. we could argue every issue either in or
> out based on individual criteria (assuming it applies to the code base and
> isn't something already fixed).
> I think we can have an objective timeline - but it depends entirely on
> getting through the classification of issues for in/out of the release -
> and that needs to be made clear - and that sort of distinction I think
> pretty much everyone will ignore.
> If we publish a target set of dates people should have some expectation we
> are aiming at those dates - and without a review of the issues, the current
> criteria (to me at least) doesn't make sense as we have a large unknown
> scope sitting in the middle of it.
> If we are planning to include all issues relevant (i.e. potentially all
> issues that actually apply to the code base in question) in the 1.1.1
> release then we need to scope that first.

Maybe what is most relevant are regressions compared to previous


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