Every once a while we receive inquiry asking about our products, is source code for it available as open source. It is not, and here is why.
While I was searching for something else, the title caught my attention: Joel Test Score 10 of 12, and I was intrigued - what is that test about?
Opened the link and found this gem: The Joel Test: 12 Steps to Better Code
Agreed with every point.
By the way, the author is Joel Spolsky, CEO of StackOverflow.
Good stuff, I recommend reading.
For a while in the background I was wondering are there any open-source PKI software that would have rich functionality and was at the same time reliable, with web-based interface and with support of SCEP. Looks like I found one - EJBCA.
Today I encountered the problem described here:
Usually, an svn cleanup fixes most issues with tortoise svn. However, I ran into an issue that caused me some grief.