[Linux-aus] Let's Encrypt (was Minutes of Council Meeting 17 June 2015)

Joshua Hesketh josh at nitrotech.org
Sun Jul 19 17:46:50 AEST 2015

Hi Michael,

This is a great question, thanks for that. I'll defer to the admin-team
as ultimately it is their decision.


On 15/07/15 10:05, Michael Cordover wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 14, 2015, at 22:35, Linux Australia Secretary wrote:
>> * Admin Team draft budget from STEVEN WALSH
>>   * UPDATE: To be discussed when Tony is available and Council
>           Budget has been revised.
>>   * Also includes the requirement of a wildcard cert for
>           *.linux.org.au
>>   * MOTION by Josh H accepts the expenditure of $150 per year on
>           a wildcard SSL certificate on linux.org.au
>>   * Seconded: James Iseppi
>>   * Passed unanimously.
> Any thoughts on migrating to Let's Encrypt[0] when it comes online late
> this year? Obviously we'll want to see how it goes in the wild before
> leaping to it, but might this be the last year we spend money on SSL
> certificates?
> I'm also curious if anyone on list has any in-principle objection to
> Let's Encrypt, or if it really is the SSL panacea I'm hoping it is.
>  - mjec
>  [0]: https://letsencrypt.org/ 
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