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Bug 717362 - publish to Facebook and other services using SSL when possible
publish to Facebook and other services using SSL when possible
Product: shotwell
Classification: Other
Component: web-sharing
Other All
: High major
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Assigned To: Shotwell Maintainers
Shotwell Maintainers
Depends on: 751709
Reported: 2011-03-14 01:41 UTC by Adam Dingle
Modified: 2016-06-19 06:07 UTC
See Also:
GNOME target: ---
GNOME version: ---

Description Charles Lindsay 2013-11-25 21:51:09 UTC

---- Reported by 2011-03-14 06:41:00 -0700 ----

Original Redmine bug id: 3339
Original URL:
Searchable id: yorba-bug-3339
Original author: Adam Dingle
Original description:

Robert Simmons suggested on the mailing list:

Since Facebook implemented https everywhere as an option, you shouldbe able to
make an SSL connection when you upload using the publishfunction in shotwell.
That would be a nice option to have ifpossible.

Not sure which of our publishing destinations support SSL, but it would be
nice if Shotwell could use it when possible.

---- Additional Comments From shotwell-maint@gnome.bugs 2011-03-14 06:43:00 -0700 ----

### History



Updated by Adam Dingle over 2 years ago

Not sure this even needs to be an option, by the way; Shotwell could simply
use SSL automatically when possible.

--- Bug imported by 2013-11-25 21:51 UTC  ---

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