Will Gemini ever become a standardized protocol?
nervuri at disroot.org
Mon Apr 5 16:43:04 BST 2021
On Sat, 2021-03-27, nervuri wrote:
>On Sat, Mar 27, 2021, Drew DeVault wrote:
>>BearSSL is compelling for many reasons
>>and though work is slow, it is definitely underway. We'll get there.
>Ah, so you've been in contact with the developer. Good to hear.
I shouldn't have assumed this. So, just to check: how do you know that
work on BearSSL "is definitely underway"?
Judging by the commit log, development has just about ground to a halt.
Since 2019 there have only been bug & typo fixes and commits have been
Also, BearSSL has no external audits and doesn't seem to have many eyes
on it. The author claims it's beta-quality software. It also lacks
I hope it picks up again, but would avoid it in its current state. For
very low spec systems, Mbed TLS might be a better way to go:
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