How do I get a patch included into the release versions of Stunnel?
Only patches released into the public domain stand a chance of getting
into the actual Stunnel source. This means revised BSD patches are likely
acceptable. Original BSD and GNU patches are not for example.
You are welcome to submit patches with alternate licenses, however you must
explicitly say so when submitting them to the mailing list or maintainers.
Any patch that is submitted without an acompanying license will be assumed
to be a public domain patch.
If you wish to submit code to be included in Stunnel, please send them to the
mailing list in
diff -cr format. The mailing lists
can be found on the Support page.