I remember Sophie Gautier mentioning the process that TDF went through to get an encryption certificate for LibreOffice for ANSSI:
I just found out that new requirement has rolled out globally and downstream open source projects like NeoOffice, Collabora Office, etc. also have to apply for an encryption certificate from ANSSI.
Apparently, I had released the last NeoOffice version only days before Apple added this new requirement so I was initially confused why TDF needed a certificate from the French government.
Anyway, I know that preparing the application for this certicate was not an easy task, but would TDF be willing to publicly share their application (or at least any technical answers) with the community?
Obviously, NeoOffice, Collabora, and whoever must prepare and submit their own application, but using LibreOffice's application as a template will hopefully ensure that downstream projects don't submit data that conflicts with LibreOffice.
I understand if TDF's bylaws prevent making the application public, but I thought I would ask.