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Re: ITP: openafs

On Wed, Nov  1, 2000 at 22:47:06 -0300 (+0000), Nicolás Lichtmaier wrote:
> > Package: wnpp
> > Version: Nov, 01, 2000
> > Severity: wishlist
> > 
> > I was going to send this a couple days ago when I realized that the source
> > wasn't actually available yet... and now it is, so - I'm planning on
> > packaging the IBM Open AFS implementation for Debian.
> > 
> > My reading of the licence suggests that it is hideously unpleasant but
> > free; I'm going to go over it in a little more depth before uploading. 
> > I suspect that it will have to go into nonUS for the moment, for a
> > Kerberos dependency, at least in order to be useful.
>  Why not name it "afs"? It's the only free version... Debian already does
> this with OpenSSH (called just ssh).

No it's not.  In fact, I should be uploading a long overdue update of the
arla packages - probably early next week.  I'd suggest openafs since as
Transarc themselves state, AFS will continue under two streams:

  a) openafs - unsupported, open source
  b) transarc afs - supported, not open source


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