Bug#338128: miredo: alternative package available
Selon Bernhard Schmidt <email@example.com>:
> JFYI, there is a package for miredo in an alternative repository:
AFAIK, this is the same package that's been rejected from incoming a few
months ago (and that's still at the top of backports.org own incoming), so it
would definitely need to be fixed somehow. And by this, I mean more than just
resyncing with upstream (=me). According to Anand, ftp-master rejected it
because of insufficient copyright boilerplate and non-free RFC content.
There is normally no IETF content in my automake-generated source tarballs,
though there *IS* IETF copyrighted non-packaged content in the source
repository. And as for the copyright, to the best of my knowledge, only the
MD5 implementation needs something besides my own copyright, let alone FSF
copyright on the whole autotools bloat.
> slightly outdated though. The package fires at least two of the four
> global Teredo relays at the moment (itgate.net and teleport-iabg.de)
> without a glitch. I have only tested client mode briefly (worked) and
> did not touch the server part.
I didn't know for teleport-iabg. As for the other relays, HotNIC is running
something on FreeBSD, and ConsulIntel runs miredo atop RHEL, but that's
slightly out of topic.