[CentOS] Future Releases

Fri Oct 19 03:06:39 UTC 2018
Barry Brimer <lists at brimer.org>

On Thu, 18 Oct 2018, Robert Moskowitz wrote:

> On 10/18/18 4:14 PM, Johnny Hughes wrote:
>> On 10/18/2018 12:36 PM, Walter H. wrote:
>>> On 18.10.2018 00:08, Johnny Hughes wrote:
>>>> The bottom line .. we don't make the decision whether or not to use
>>>> systemd or not.  We rebuild RHEL source code.
>>> will there come a CentOS 6.11 which will be capable of TLS1.3 or HTTP/2?
>>> I'm sure there will come a CentOS 8, but when is it probable to be
>>> released?
>> We have no idea .. we don't design what is in CentOS.  If Red Hat adds
>> those things to RHEL-6 then we will put them in CentOS .. If they don't
>> we won't.
> And for example, if RH does not backport openSSL 1.1.1, you will not get 
> EDDSA certificate support for TLS  1.3.  Now you might not care about this 
> for your servers and just continue to use ECDSA certs. Clients will 
> increasingly encounter EDDSA certs and it will be interesting to see how this 
> is handled in older clients.  We have had years to spread support for ECDSA 
> before it started appearing from servers.  May not for EDDSA.

I am under the impression that TLSv1.3 support appeared in 1.1.1 so I 
don't believe that you could do any TLS 1.3 with prior versions.