Everything libav supports.
There is an OpenBSD fork. It's called Bitrig.
They are not going to put back in the original code. They will build a proper portability layer. Just like what was done for OpenSSH.
Yes. See: OpenSSH.
Were any of the OpenBSD people previously OpenSSL contributors? If not there is no splintering at all it's simply another group of people taking the reins.
Sure it did.
On July 22, 1999, Microsoft entered the chat markets with MSN Messenger Service. Our AOL “interop” was in it.
DMCA became law effective October 28, 1998.
He did a round-the-world trip in a Mercedes.
To look behind what curtain? The one that saw their worldwide sales in 2013 increase by 10.7% and a 14% growth rate in the US? Yeah, I'm sure hems quaking in his boots.
And their next step is to start aggressively push cars such as their future B-Class EVs. It's not as if Mercedes is standing still and doing nothing.
Have you heard of jokes and/or sarcasm?
Who's this Eric you refer to?
But that's written in C and C is the worst programming language ever!! How dare they be so dumb to not write Python in a "memory safe" langauge!
Sure you can. It's called binary patching. It's how people patch bugs in closed-source games.
Unless the language is portable to all platforms it's useless for a portable library. And none of those "safe" langauges are portable as C.
Which is a ridiculous statement to make in this situation. That's like patting your security company on the back for not noticing for two years that someone was secretly stealing money out of your bank vault and they only did something after being told by a third-party that there was a problem. But hey they reacted fast two years after the fact, right?