[IronPython] Authenticode Signing of Releases
jimmy at schementi.com
Wed Feb 23 21:49:31 CET 2011
I'd vote for it not being worth it right now, unless someone wants to donate
the money, and even then it makes things more complex.
On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 3:39 PM, Dave Wald <davew252 at tx.rr.com> wrote:
> It would be better for acceptance and evangelistic purposes, in my shop
> anyway, (but that's another story...)
> Hell, I might even chip in a few bucks if need be.
> But I really don't care. I trust you guys... ;-)
> On 2/23/2011 10:58 AM, Jeff Hardy wrote:
>> Older releases of IronPython were authenticode signed (by Microsoft),
>> but so far the community releases have not been. As best I can tell,
>> authenticode certificates are expensive (the cheapest are around
>> $100/year) - I've heard of deals for open source projects but can't
>> find anything by searching.
>> Is it even worth the hassle to get an authenticode cert for releases?
>> It adds a bit of extra polish to the installation, but I doubt many
>> people pay attention to that anyway.
>> - Jeff
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