OpenSSL Request TrackerThe OpenSSL project has set up a request tracker at http://rt.openssl.org/ offering read-only access using the account guest with the password guest. The username and password can also be specified in the URL for example: http://rt.openssl.org/?user=guest&pass=guest. A link to a specific bug can be created using for example: http://rt.openssl.org/Ticket/Display.html?user=guest&pass=guest&id=1
List of Bugs/RequestsPlease see the list of new or open bugs and requests.
Sending a RequestNew requests must be sent by email to email@example.com, clearly indicating the type of request (bug report, patch, contribution, enhancement request, ...) the operating system and version of OpenSSL affected. The easiest way to respond to an existing request is to reply to the relevant message in firstname.lastname@example.org and making sure you include email@example.com in the list of recipients. If you do not have a copy of the existing request then you can create a new email including the ID in the subject line. For example to reply to ID #9999 you'd send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org including [openssl.org #9999] in the subject.
GatewaysIncoming requests are added to the request tracker. The request tracker automatically forwards incoming requests to the email@example.com mailing list for information of the community and public discussion. Replys sent to firstname.lastname@example.org keeping the ticket in the subject line unchanged will be recorded and added to the ticket by the request tracker, then forwarded to email@example.com.
Request Tracker SoftwareThe request tracker is using the RT software, available from http://www.fsck.com/projects/rt/.