[Opendnssec-develop] More on OpenDNSSEC versions... Support policy and 1.5 anyone?

Siôn Lloyd sion at nominet.org.uk
Fri Apr 5 09:55:26 UTC 2013

On 04/04/13 11:01, Rick van Rein (OpenFortress) wrote:
> Hi,
>> In my opinion we should focus on 2.0; past experience with co-development going on on 1.4 and 2.0 has shown that the focus tends to shift to the closer goal (1.4 in that case). That was good since 1.4 needed the attention but I feel that if we don't now pick up on 2.0 it may end up on the back burner which would be a shame given all the effort that has gone in to it so far.
> +1
> Given the limited time available to developers I think I was right in the first place to raise the importance of 2.0 for the project.  It is our way out of a difficult-to-maintain KASP Enforcer.


This would not only freeze the enforcer but would also freeze the
signer; and development of the signer does not remove any resources from
enforcer-ng as I understand it. (We may well get feature requests as
people use the new adapters.)

I also think that with proper curation the list of improvements to the
enforcer can be kept to a minimum; but could prove useful to many users.

I realise the score is still +3.


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