Sorry, I don't found place where I can ask this question.
Why currently CURL builded with NSS crypto provider instead openssl? For me openssl much better because openssl support much more crypto algorithms (for example GOST) and have plugins architecture for extending.
Some references from the time cURL switched to NSS from OpenSSL:
We intentionally build libcurl against nss. The lack of GOST crypto algorithms needs to be addressed in nss. There are some upstream bugs for adding the GOST crypto algorithms to nss:
You can use follow command for test GOST support in curl
$ curl -F 'test=foo' https://icrs.nbki.ru/products/B2BRequestServlet
This package has changed ownership in the Fedora Package Database. Reassigning to the new owner of this component.
Requests for additional ciphers must be submitted to the upstream Mozilla NSS project at bugzilla.mozilla.org
I see you already found
where you commented, too.