Re: openssl in main?
Marco d'Itri writes:
> On Nov 29, Christoph Martin <email@example.com> wrote:
> >openssl was in non-US/main even with the patented alg's. It really
> >should have been in non-US/non-free.
> >Now, we have to wait for main/crypto to open.
> And many programs (links, lynx, etc) are linked to openssl even if they
> are GPLed, and this means we can't distribute them.
I don't understand you. The last uploaded version of openssl is
suitable for main because the problematic parts have been removed. So
it is completely free. It can go into main and all the depending