Cryptographic policies will be tightened in Fedora 38-39, SHA-1 signatures will no longer be trusted by default. Fedora 37 specifically doesn't come with any change of defaults, and this Fedora Change is an advance warning filed for extra visibility. Test your setup with FUTURE today and file bugs so you won't get bit by Fedora 38-39.
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A week has passed and this only gained 1 positive vote. Leaving open for another week.
I'm not particularly happy with the consequences of this Change as discussed on the list, but I don't think there's anything we can do as FESCo to make the developers improve the crypto policy mechanism for application integration.
So, unfortunately, +1
After a week, this is approved with (+3, 0, -0)
Metadata Update from @sgallagh:
- Issue tagged with: pending announcement
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