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Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2019 22:33:15 +0200
From: Heiko Schlittermann <>
Subject: Re: CVE-2019-13917 OVE-20190718-0006: Exim: security
 release ahead


Eric Blake <> (Mo 22 Jul 2019 15:28:33 CEST):
> Perhaps part of the confusion stems from:
> >> t0: Thu Jul 18 2019
> >>     - this notice to and
> >>     - open limited access to our security Git repo. See below.
> This statement makes it sound like the fix can be downloaded by anyone
> that knows about the git repo containing the fix...

Yes, blame on me. I missed to redact that part of the message.

> Or even the choice of tense in this paragraph may help: it sounds like
> past tense ("is the officially released version") even though at the
> time of the email it is a future tense ("will become the officially
> released version").

Thank you for your hints. Even I hope, we won't have a "next time", next
time I'll try to improve the wording/grammer of the messages I send.

    Best regards from Dresden/Germany
    Viele Grüße aus Dresden
    Heiko Schlittermann
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