Release 1.1.1 TODO
aland at ox.org
Fri Feb 10 18:48:45 CET 2006
Nicolas Baradakis <nbk at sitadelle.com> wrote:
> Perhaps it's not a problem with the GPL, but with OpenSSL license
> itself. In such case it'd be no use to update the FreeRADIUS
> license. (unless we change it completely)
I think it's that the OpenSSL advertising clauses are annoying. I
> I also have concerns about a license modification. If we stick to a
> plain GPL license we are in a very common situation, and it is clear
> when a company asks how it could contribute, and when a licence
> violation occurs. (we also can ask the FSF for assistance as we
> are GPL)
Uh, no. The FSF supports people who've assigned copyright to the
FSF. They're not as enthusiastic about supporting other people.
> In short, I prefer a lot a debian patch for gnuTLS than a license
> modification. As gnuTLS has an OpenSSL compatibility layer, perhaps
> it's not hard to do.
Sure. I have no objection to that.
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