On 25 October 2017 at 10:45, Kai Engert <kaie(a)kuix.de> wrote:
TL;DR: The change originally planned for Fedora 27 will now be done
Rawhide Fedora 28, probably tomorrow.
We had previously announced to change the NSS crypto library to use the
new sql file format by default. Please see the attached message for the
Because of blocker bugs, it wasn't done for Fedora 27. During the past
months the known bugs in NSS were fixed, and the Firefox/Mozilla code
was improved. I think now we're ready to make the change for Rawhide.
If I understand correctly, at the current time of the development phase
of Rawhide Fedora 28, it isn't necessary to go through a formal process
to make this change.
There's always process if something is high enough level to be
considered a "Change"
Please follow the appropriate process to have this included as a
system level change for F28.