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1.4) Are there any other SSL mailing lists?




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This article is from the Secure Sockets Layer Discussion List FAQ, by Shannon Appel SAppel@consensus.com with numerous contributions by others.

1.4) Are there any other SSL mailing lists?

Some people prefer mailing lists to newsgroups. Fortunately, several
other mailing lists exist to discuss SSL.

THE SSL DEVELOPER LIST

This is a mailing list specifically geared toward application
developers who are incorporating SSL or TLS into their products. It
is hosted by Consensus Development, a division of Certicom, who has
helped to develop the TLS specifications. To join, send a message to:

join-ssl-dev@lists.consensus.com

THE SSL LIST

As with the older SSL-Talk mailing list, the purpose of this
mailing list is to discuss any SSL & TLS related issues. It covers
the whole spectrum of issues, from beginners on up and is more
oriented toward users of SSL-enabled applications. To subscribe
simply send e-mail to:

ssl-subscribe@engine.ca

THE SSL-USERS LIST

This is a list concerning SSLeay, a public implementation of SSL. To
subscribe send mail to:

factotum@lists.cryptsoft.com

The command "subscribe ssl-users" must appear in the body of the
message.

THE IETF-TLS LIST

This is a mailing list dedicated to the writing of the TLS
specification for the IETF. To subscribe, send a message to:

join-ietf-tls@lists.consensus.com

 

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