Mitchell, Michael J
Michael.Mitchell at team.telstra.com
Tue Jun 7 07:02:26 CEST 2005
I'm not sure that "infected" is a good way to describe freeRADIUS code
Its not my project, but I think it would be nice to give them a little
more than a day to respond...
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> Sent: Tuesday, 7 June 2005 12:37 PM
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> Subject: TinyPEAP
> I was going to post the following on the linksys tinypeap
> forum. Comments?
> And/or we could submit a slashdot story.
> Please don't use TinyPEAP. The authors have stolen code from
> the FreeRADIUS project (not the legal definition of "steal"
> since code isn't physical property, but theft all the same).
> TinyPEAP uses TLS (and possibly other) code from FreeRADIUS.
> FreeRADIUS is licensed under the GPL. That means if you take
> FreeRADIUS code and redistribute it, you must also distribute
> your modifications to the code. Or if you incorporate
> FreeRADIUS code into your own, you've "infected" your own
> code and must distribute the source.
> Many FreeRADIUS developers have worked hard to create the EAP
> functionality. Please don't step on their rights by using TinyPEAP.
> The TinyPEAP developers were contacted but did not respond.
> Next will be legal action.
> Frank Cusack
> FreeRADIUS developer
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