On Thu, 23 Aug 2007 at 12:23:36 +0100, Joe Orton wrote:
I'm the current maintainer of the Mozilla LDAP SDK in Fedora as well as being one of a very small number of upstream maintainers. We (the upstream maintainers and I) will be in the near future investigating NSS support in OpenLDAP. I encourage people to send me comments, questions, and suggestions about how to approach this. If there is enough interest I will create a page at wiki.mozilla.org to track this issue.On Wed, Aug 22, 2007 at 05:51:20PM -0700, Robert Relyea wrote: > Steve Grubb wrote:> >I wanted to announce a new Fedora Project that will span several distro > >releases and outline the reasons why we are starting this project. I > >believe this issue affects the whole Open Source Community. But don't > >think anyone has explained all the issues.>> >We're looking for people interested in enabling NSS in their packages and > >feeding the changes upstream. > > > A list of packages that need to be looked at can now be found at: > https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/CryptoConsolidationScorecardSwitching OpenLDAP to use NSS may be painful because of the exposure of the SSL_CTX * in the API via LDAP_OPT_X_TLS_CTX, though I don't know how widely that is used. Would it be less painful to switch from OpenLDAP to the Mozilla LDAP toolkit (now part of the FDS?) at the same time?
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