Re: ITP: BIND 9
> The same non-DFSG-compliant code *is* in the BIND 9 first release candidate.
Not quite. We're not using the Cylink stuff. However, because we are
shipping RSA, the same issue with DNSSafe exists (at least until Sept 21).
As BINDv9 uses the DST library, DNSSafe can be ripped out as was done for
8.2.2-P5. I'll check into putting in the -noesw target.
We'd have thought using openssl would have been considered OK (in fact, this
was one of the reasons we used it). Are you indicating you have a problem
with our use of openssl?
> One of the subdirectory README files refers to a COPYRIGHT file in the root
> of the source tree that is not present. ... I also think it's mandatory
> for the dnssafe files to be accompanied in the source tree by a copy of the
> explicit license from RSADSI.
Oops. Will be fixed in the next RC.