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Date: Mon, 3 Jun 2013 10:51:19 -0700
From: Lloyd Dewolf <>
To: Jeremy Stanley <>
	OpenStack Mailing List <>
Subject: Re: [Openstack] [OSSA 2013-013] Keystone client local information
 disclosure (CVE-2013-2013)

Thanks Jeremy,

I agree with you. I prefer a follow up after the fact.

Interestingly, the OSSA 2013-014 notice did include
"python-keystoneclient fix (will be included in upcoming 0.2.4

Thank you,

On Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 10:37 AM, Jeremy Stanley <> wrote:
> On 2013-06-03 10:01:03 -0700 (-0700), Lloyd Dewolf wrote:
>> I appreciate that it often isn't appropriate, but in this case it
>> might have been beneficial to include python-keystoneclient
>> version 0.2.4 where this is first resolved.
> What's the better way to do that, do you think? Delay the
> announcement until a new release is tagged, guess what the release
> will be numbered (possibly doable with the assistance of the
> developers as long as they don't change their minds), or follow up
> to the announcement after the fact? I opted for expediency and
> accuracy, indicating the date and commit hash stating "will appear
> in the next release," but am happy to entertain alternative
> approaches there.
> I agree it's less than ideal for end users reading the announcement
> and trying to decide whether they're running a new enough version of
> the client to have access to that feature, though I guess the
> manpage or --help output is the first place I would look as a user
> if it came into question. Also, with many users running
> stable-distribution-packaged clients with fixes backported, upstream
> version numbers can be fairly irrelevant to those users in the short
> term as they may have the fix in a client reporting to be running an
> older version.
> --
> Jeremy Stanley
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