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Re: Feature window: open

From: Stephen Farrell <>
Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2023 14:06:47 +0100

On 21/10/2023 14:05, Stephen Farrell via curl-library wrote:
> off-list question, feel free to answer on-list or ask me to
> re-tc including the list if useful...

Oops, not quite off-list then - No matter, no secrets here:-)

> Hiya,
> On 21/10/2023 09:24, Daniel Stenberg via curl-library wrote:
>> Hello team,
>> We did it. We pulled through another cycle and we are now opening the
>> feature window again.
>> The feature window will remain open for new features and changes for
>> the next three weeks. It is expected to close again on November 11. If
>> you have pull requests you want merged, polish them now and please
>> request a review or otherwise make your desire known.
> I'm not clear how you like to handle experimental things
> like our ECH PR. [1] Is that something that'd be suited
> for proposing for this release cycle or not? I assume the
> answer is "not yet" but would be willing to try get it in
> shape for a merge if you do like to merge things at this
> stage. Were it my call, I'd probably recommend waiting
> 'till the next cycle maybe, on the assumption that the
> wolfSSL+HRR bug may be fixed then, and the ECH spec may
> have gotten to working group last call in the IETF. But
> I'm happy to try for an earlier merge if that makes more
> sense here.
> Thanks,
> S.
> [1]
>> curl 8.5.0 is expected to get released on December 6.
>> The curl release cycle is explained here:

Received on 2023-10-21