[OSM-dev] SSL-Certificate for osm.org
dmitry.v.kiselev at gmail.com
Mon Mar 21 10:03:56 UTC 2016
As I understand, it's possible to add root CA to java
Could it helps us to get https://osm.org works?
2016-03-21 14:49 GMT+05:00 Oleksiy Muzalyev <oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch>:
> On 21.03.2016 10:26, Frederik Ramm wrote:
>> On 03/21/2016 09:22 AM, Tom Hughes wrote:
>>> The horribly backward Java certificate root authority list is the main
>>> obstacle to most of our attempts to improve https support in fact.
>> Perhaps we could just ignore that? I'm a JOSM user myself but I don't
>> think that the rest of the world should suffer just because Java is
>> unhappy with our SSL.
>> I'm sure that JOSM users who desperately need SSL can find a workaround
>> (could one not e.g. have JOSM connect insecurely to localhost and then
>> reverse-proxy https://openstreetmap.org/ from there?)
>> Or perhaps there are alternative SSL stacks for Java that can be employed?
>> I would suggest contact engineers at Oracle who work on Java and explain
> them the issue. Perhaps, it could be solved in two weeks via Java auto
> update. The most widespread form of communication is misunderstanding.
> Perhaps, they are just unaware of it.
> I remember couple of years ago I wrote a message to DJI Corporation asking
> to modify the gimbal of the camera on their drones, so that it would be
> possible to tilt it directly down, vertically, 90 degrees, for making
> images for mapping. Maybe it is a coincidence, or maybe there were numerous
> similar requests, but on the Phantom 3 and 4, the camera could be well
> tilted straight down (Controllable Range: pitch -90° to +30°). And this
> feature became popular not only for mapping, but among general aerial
> photographers and videographers.
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Thank you for your time. Best regards.
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