Ticket #938 (closed todo: wontfix)
Parrot svn could use a trusted-root-signed-cert
|Reported by:||pmichaud||Owned by:||particle|
15:45 <rjbs> Hi! I was wondering whether it's on the agenda to get trusted-root-signed cert for Parrot svn. 15:46 <rjbs> I saw that recent Rakudo is installable, so I'm having a quick go at compiling it and the "trust this cert?" reminded me that I'd seen that error before. 15:46 <rjbs> Or here's an alternate take: does it answer over non-SSL http? I wonder if --gen-parrot in rakudo's build could use that. 15:47 <moritz> there's an easy way to find out. 15:47 <pmichaud> afaik it doesn't answer over non-SSL http 15:47 <pmichaud> which is why Rakudo uses the https: 15:47 <moritz> it redirects to https:// 15:48 <pmichaud> as far as plans to get a better cert... I haven't heard of any. Might be worth filing a ticket or a message to parrot-dev 15:48 <pmichaud> it'd be a good idea, for exactly the reasons you cite 15:49 <rjbs> Ok. Well, I just popped in to say, "that prompt made me make a prune face." 15:49 <pmichaud> me also. 15:49 <rjbs> I think you can get a signed cert pretty cheaply these days. Maybe TParrotF wants to spring for one. 15:49 <rjbs> Ok, back to the realms of 5. Ciao! 15:49 <pmichaud> thanks! 15:49 * pmichaud files a ticket
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