ssl client auth update

Lucas Fisher lucas.fisher at
Sun Nov 20 23:05:28 EST 2011

Wondering if either of you have had a chance to look at the code or
APIs. I think reviewing the new APIs and the changed APIs is probably
most important since those get somewhat set in stone on release. I
would rather adjust now.

I can also look at trying to get an Internet facing xmpp server setup
you can test against if that will help? Know of any cheap hosting
accounts that let me run servers? Or maybe just a VM you can grab?


On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 3:26 PM, William Ehlhardt
<williamehlhardt at> wrote:
> Update: This is the first time I've been involved in open-source software
> development since starting at my current job, so I'm still getting the
> appropriate benedictions. I don't expect any problem getting my employer's
> blessings, but it is taking some time to get in touch with the right people
> and determine precisely how they want it handled.
> On Sun, Sep 18, 2011 at 9:46 PM, William Ehlhardt
> <williamehlhardt at> wrote:
>> I originally wrote a lot of that API, so I guess I'm the most relevant
>> person to be reviewing this. I'll take a look this week.
>> (Ethan nudged me out of hiding. He can be ... persuasive ;-) )
>> -William
>> On Sun, Sep 18, 2011 at 9:08 PM, Lucas Fisher <lucas.fisher at>
>> wrote:
>>> I didn't get any responses when I posted about the update for the ssl
>>> client
>>> authentication patches a couple weeks ago. I just want to be sure there
>>> is not
>>> something else I need to do to make review easier. I'm happy to break it
>>> up
>>> into separate patches if that helps. Just looking for guidance.  I
>>> realize it
>>> may take a while to get to.
>>> Lucas
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