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Old 18th April 2014
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All combined, there've been over 250 commits cleaning up OpenSSL. In one week. Some of these are simple or small changes, while other commits carry more weight. Of course, occasionally mistakes get made but these are also quickly fixed again, but the general direction is clear: move the tree forward towards a better, more readable, less buggy crypto library.
A collective and focused effort.

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Old 25th April 2014
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I debated putting this in the OpenSSL thread in news but it is OpenBSD specific and at the time of this post it appears LibreSSL will be OpenBSD specific.

So there you have it, a broken water heater is the true cause of the libressl fork.
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