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Re: Cryptographic software in main archive

On Mon, 25 Mar 2002, Noel Koethe wrote:

> I would like to add the -ssl configure option to the program in main
> and remove program-ssl in non-US (like the webmin maintainer did but the
> was no reaction to his mail, afaik).

I was wondering if anyone saw that.  The message does not seem to be in
the debian-devel archives either so here it is again.  Apologies to those
who are seeing it twice.

>In my wild rush of enthusiasm at seeing gnupg and openssl enter main, I
>jumped the gun and uploaded some packages before the announcement.
>While usermin is a new package and should be ok (except perhaps being at
>the back of the processing queue) the new version of webmin does have some
>substantive changes.  The webmin-ssl binary package is now a dummy package
>that depends on webmin.  webmin has ssl enabled by default.   The
>webmin-sshd, webmin-postgresql, and webmin-proftpd binary packages that
>used to be built from the webmin-ssl source package are now built from
>the webmin source package.
>Is this liable to get me into hot water?

Jaldhar H. Vyas <jaldhar@debian.org>
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