Re: SSH v2 License --- much less free than v1
>>>>> "Philip" == Philip Hands <email@example.com> writes:
Philip> Having read the license (which I attach bellow), I'm not
Philip> inclined to package it, since I really cannot see many
Philip> people being able to use it.
Philip> I'm also not certain that we are allowed to distribute it
Philip> in binary form.
Philip> Is this something that worries people, or do you think
Philip> that we should be packaging SSH v2 ?
I, for one, will *not* be using ssh v2 as that licence prohibits
nearly every activity in which I am engaged. Does the v1 licence
allow us to support/continue development independently?
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