[openssl-users] OpenSSL version 1.0.2l published

Wouter Verhelst wouter.verhelst at fedict.be
Fri Jun 2 07:59:34 UTC 2017

On 02-06-17 03:18, Viktor Dukhovni wrote:
>> On Jun 1, 2017, at 10:54 AM, Wouter Verhelst <wouter.verhelst at fedict.be> wrote:
>> It might be useful to make that point at the start of the CHANGES file,
>> then. Currently, it just says "Changes between X.Y.Zx and X.Y.Zy
>> [date]". While that doesn't claim to be complete, the simple word
>> "CHANGES" invokes the idea of a changelog, which should be complete --
>> and this file is not. If it's not meant to be, fine -- but then it
>> doesn't hurt to say so, and it would alleviate some confusion.
> Sure, would "Major changes" be sufficient?  This is essentially
> a RELEASE_NOTES file, not a comprehensive change log, which is
> subsumed by git.

Something like that, yes.

Alternatively, a note saying "and a number of changes too small to be
noted here, please see the git log for details" at the end of every
changelog would work too (and give a hint to users where to go for more

Wouter Verhelst

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