As some of you might know, Apache has integrated support for Let’s Encrypt since beginning of 2018. That feature is implemented in its built-in module
mod_md. That support is based on the “old” Let’s Encrypt ACMEv1 endpoint. So, it has no access to the newer features.
Me, being the author, just got a grant by Mozilla’s Open Source Support to bring Apache to ACMEv2 and also make an alternate implementation for OCSP Stapling.
The Apache project wants to make integration with Let’s Encrypt as easy as possible. If you have feedback on the current design or miss out on something, now is a good time to present your ideas over on github.
(Disclaimer: this is not an attempt to win users. A lot of people happily use Certbot with Apache and that is a fine thing. I did so myself before I wrote mod_md. The certbot people are doing excellent work. So, use whatever feels right.)
Cheers, Stefan (icing)