[HTTPS-Everywhere] Draft specification for file used to check for ruleset updates

Lunar lunar at debian.org
Thu May 22 05:45:40 PDT 2014

Seth David Schoen:
> I've heard that there was a recently-designed update framework for
> software packages (originally for one language, maybe Ruby or Node?)
> which was being generalized for use by other projects.  Does anyone
> remember what that framework is called?  It might be good to look at
> what they do for their manifests and whether they've received some expert
> cryptographic advice in their design process.

The Update Framework aka TUF? <http://theupdateframework.com/>

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