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We can do a major release in a few years or months or whatever, and change the default, and drop older Chrome versions.
I'm not sure this is a workaround, but probably the only way we should do this. Changing things will break support for older Chrome versions.
See Appendix B of https://arxiv.org/pdf/2002.02914.pdf.
There is a test suite at https://gitlab.com/YorkCS/Batman/Tests.
I think those blocks are auto-generated, so this may not be possible to change (as it will get changed back). Hard to know, since GitHub Actions is experiencing an outage. ;)
A lot of people use AL2 on Lambda to use PHP. Both Bref and Laravel Vapor compile OpenSSL 1.1.1 from source, in order to build PHP, ignoring the bundled OpenSSL.
As far as I'm aware, most AL2 users install openssl 1.1.1 themselves.
Can't such users just stick with PHP 8.2. ;)
I thought RHEL 7 is out of maintenance this year?
OpenSSL 1.0.2 has been EOL since December 31, 2019, and OpenSSL 1.1.1 will be EOL on September 11, 2023. I don't think it makes sense to continue to support OpenSSL 1.0.2, when upgrading to 1.1.1 (and even 3.0, in some cases) is mostly easy. Most Linux distributions ship with OpenSSL 3.0 LTS these days, too. I would propose we bump the minimum version to 1.1.1 in PHP 8.3, then to 3.0 in PHP 8.5. Bumping to 1.1.1 also allows us to fix some deprecation warnings that appear when building on 3.0 (I think), while maintaining 1.1.1 compatibility, which will ultimately be necessary to enable building with 4.0 when that comes out.
List of major Linux distributions that will not be EOL before PHP 8.3's release date:
All of them have 1.1.1 or 3.0.
Using services as a service container is always a bad idea. Convenience is not to be confused with spaghetti jank. ;)