[cabfpub] Ballot to accelerate the max cert lifetime timetable
gerv at mozilla.org
Tue Nov 26 10:17:14 UTC 2013
Here is the final form of the ballot implementing my suggestion for an
accelerated timetable for the reduction in certificate lifetimes. Note
change of deadline to 1st April 2014. Ben: please can you issue this as
a ballot, changing all the XXXXs?
Ballot 111 – Accelerate Max Certificate Lifetime Reduction Timetable
Gervase Markham (Mozilla) made the following motion, endorsed by Eddy
Nigg from StartCom and Ryan Hurst from Globalsign:
--- Motion begins ---
The CAB Forum wishes to take advantage of the /de facto/ deprecation of
the near-ubiquitous SHA-1 hash algorithm in the Web PKI on 1st January
2017 by accelerating its planned move to shorter maximum certificate
lifetimes, in order to attain more agile certificate ecosystem.
Therefore, effective immediately, the Baseline Requirements are altered
Update section 9.4.1 to change both occurrences of "1st April 2015" to
"1st April 2014".
Update the Relevant Compliance Dates table on page ii to change
2015-04-01 to 2014-04-01 in the appropriate line.
... Motion ends ...
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today (XXXX) and will close at 2200 UTC on XXXX. Unless the ballot is
withdrawn or modified during the review period, the voting period will
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ballot is modified for reasons other than to correct minor typographical
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In order for the motion to be adopted, two thirds or more of the votes
cast by members in the CA category and more than one half of the votes
cast by members in the browser category must be in favor. Also, quorum
is currently set at XXXX members-- at least XXXX members must
participate in the ballot, either by voting in favor, voting against, or
by abstaining for the vote to be valid.
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