[Openswan dev] First pass README update

Harald Jenny harald at a-little-linux-box.at
Wed Oct 13 14:36:14 EDT 2010

On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 01:36:16PM -0400, Paul Wouters wrote:
> On Wed, 13 Oct 2010, Harald Jenny wrote:
> >*) Paul, is the method for getting NAT-T patches still functional (I guess
> >nobody really uses it anymore)?
> It is, but since people only use it on older kernels ( < 2.6.23) it might need
> an older version of the patch, some of which exist on the ftp server.

Maybe we should try to clean up the ftp server a little bit?

> >*) SECURITY HOLES - None :-) sounds a bit to cocky to me - "Currently none
> >know" maybe with a link to some site which holds a comprehensive list
> >(http://openswan.org/support/vuln/ seems really outdated btw)?
> I'll make http://www.openswan.org/security/ list them for now, and once we have
> migrated to redmine, we will make that a redirect to a wikilink.

Hmmm currently it's blank ;-) - is there anything we can do to help you?

> >*) BUGS - aren't we using Redmine now?
> Yes, it should re-appear shortly on bugs.openswan.org without the gsoc redirect.

Very good, thanks!

> >Well there are links to the old wiki in there, maybe Paul can shed a light on
> >the future plans for openswan wiki?
> redmine wiki was my idea.

I rather meant if all data from the current openswan wiki will be migrated to
redmine and then the old wiki will be killed? Or just parts?

> Paul


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