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OpenSSH bug falls through the cracks

OpenSSH bug falls through the cracks

Posted Apr 10, 2008 8:38 UTC (Thu) by DeletedUser32991 ((unknown), #32991)
In reply to: OpenSSH bug falls through the cracks by Wummel
Parent article: OpenSSH bug falls through the cracks

Some distros offer people to subscribe to information related to a specific package, e.g. Debian with their package tracking system. This is not that hard to find and gives you all information from the distro side you'll ever need with just subscribing once, and many upstreams do subscribe for the benefit of all parties (including users, and upstreams that want to have more direct contact).

But then, OpenSSH and Debian might not have been too much of an example for good relations with distro maintainers before.


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OpenSSH bug falls through the cracks

Posted Apr 14, 2008 17:26 UTC (Mon) by razholio (guest, #5706) [Link]

In this case, debian is clearly not to blame, and the last time I remember Debian working with
OpenSSH on a serious security issue (circa 2003, I believe), OpenSSH gave them kudos for being
a very helpful and cooperative vendor.


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