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[reSIProcate] proposal for branching and releasing 1.11

Hi all,

reSIProcate 1.11 beta was picked up by Debian for the stretch release
cycle.  In stretch, OpenSSL 1.0 is still present and supported.

Therefore, I propose that:

- we make a 1.11 branch somewhere before the OpenSSL 1.1 support was merged

- we tag 1.11.0 on that branch

- any fixes needed for stable Linux packages can be tested on that
branch, e.g. a 1.11.2 or 1.11.3 release

- the first release containing OpenSSL 1.1 support will be reSIProcate

- any other changes mentioned in the roadmap discussion can be 1.12.x or
later (to be determined in the other thread)

Do people agree with this strategy for 1.11.x?