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Recently, I commented on a GitHub issue
(https://github.com/golang/go/issues/13335) explaining why an addition to
crypto/x509 would help out. It was brief and to effect of this:

@bradfitz <https://github.com/bradfitz> Is there a polite way to [image:
:+1:] these issues? Basically, we'd like to partition the cert pools while
at the same time inheriting the system ro…

I don't have the whole thing, since I had to get it from my activity feed.
I was simply agreeing with Brad Fitzpatrick's position that this was
something that is needed, while expanding on the exact use case. Now, this
may have been the incorrect venue or didn't add value. A simple response
indicating so would have been appreciated.

Instead, the comment was silently deleted. It would be good to understand
why.

Stephen.

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  • Brad Fitzpatrick at Nov 25, 2015 at 10:30 pm
    I'm sorry, that was my fault. I copied your username before deleting it and
    was going to mail you, but then I copied something else and lost your
    username. :/

    In answer to your original question, we don't have a great way to "vote" on
    bugs because Github doesn't provide one and we can't modify the bug page
    template or anything, so we can run our own voting elsewhere.

    On Wed, Nov 25, 2015 at 2:00 PM, Stephen Day wrote:

    Recently, I commented on a GitHub issue (
    https://github.com/golang/go/issues/13335) explaining why an addition to
    crypto/x509 would help out. It was brief and to effect of this:

    @bradfitz <https://github.com/bradfitz> Is there a polite way to [image:
    :+1:] these issues? Basically, we'd like to partition the cert pools
    while at the same time inheriting the system ro…

    I don't have the whole thing, since I had to get it from my activity feed.
    I was simply agreeing with Brad Fitzpatrick's position that this was
    something that is needed, while expanding on the exact use case. Now, this
    may have been the incorrect venue or didn't add value. A simple response
    indicating so would have been appreciated.

    Instead, the comment was silently deleted. It would be good to understand
    why.

    Stephen.

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  • Stephen Day at Nov 25, 2015 at 10:59 pm
    Brad:

    I assumed it was to that effect, as phemmer has the docker use case nailed.

    Sorry to use the list to ask about this. I was actually going to unicast
    you but couldn't find your direct email. Hopefully, others see this and
    assume the best.

    Thanks for the reply.

    Stephen.
    On Wednesday, November 25, 2015 at 2:31:05 PM UTC-8, bradfitz wrote:

    I'm sorry, that was my fault. I copied your username before deleting it
    and was going to mail you, but then I copied something else and lost your
    username. :/

    In answer to your original question, we don't have a great way to "vote"
    on bugs because Github doesn't provide one and we can't modify the bug page
    template or anything, so we can run our own voting elsewhere.


    On Wed, Nov 25, 2015 at 2:00 PM, Stephen Day <stev...@gmail.com
    <javascript:>> wrote:
    Recently, I commented on a GitHub issue (
    https://github.com/golang/go/issues/13335) explaining why an addition to
    crypto/x509 would help out. It was brief and to effect of this:

    @bradfitz <https://github.com/bradfitz> Is there a polite way to [image:
    :+1:] these issues? Basically, we'd like to partition the cert pools
    while at the same time inheriting the system ro…

    I don't have the whole thing, since I had to get it from my activity
    feed. I was simply agreeing with Brad Fitzpatrick's position that this was
    something that is needed, while expanding on the exact use case. Now, this
    may have been the incorrect venue or didn't add value. A simple response
    indicating so would have been appreciated.

    Instead, the comment was silently deleted. It would be good to understand
    why.

    Stephen.

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  • Florin Patan at Nov 26, 2015 at 12:53 am
    A temporary way to "vote" for an issue would be to subscribe to the issue to receive notifications as that list of people is visible.
    It's not ideal but Github doesn't really seem to be keen to introduce a voting feature of their own.

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