+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #1137991 +++ (Quoting rsx11m from bug 1137991 comment #4) > With the term "SSL" officially retiring soon [bug 1106470], I'm wondering > if we should rename that prefpane (...). On the other hand, "SSL" is a > reasonably established term, and other browsers/mail programs still use it > routinely. > > Something like "Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS)" sounds more clear anyway > (what's a "Socket" and why does it have to be "Secure"?), or maybe > "Connection Security (SSL/TLS)" would be least ambiguous (with the short > panel title in the prefpane tree being "SSL/TLS" or just "Connection > Security").
This is actually mostly related to Help updates, the label changes are fairly straight-forward. I've left the file names and helpTopic="ssl_prefs" target as they are, modifying those with s/ssl/ssltls/ as well might be painful. Ian, I've also updated the section on supported SSL and TLS versions in the Certificates Help content which is obsolete now that SSL 3.0 was deprecated.
(In reply to rsx11m from comment #1) > I've left the file names and helpTopic="ssl_prefs" target as they are The same applies to the prefpane="ssl_pane" identifier, etc.
Comment on attachment 8609069 [details] [diff] [review] Proposed patch >+<!ENTITY ssltls.label "SSL / TLS"> I think we should stick with SSl/TLS for consistency.
Attachment #8609069 - Flags: ui-review?(neil) → ui-review+
Yeah, the preference category was the first label which I had modified, where "SSL / TLS" looked slightly better to me with those spaces. But then, it looked better without them when "SSL/TLS" was part of the text.
Thanks for the reviews, push for comm-central please.
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