Re: libgcrypt brain dead?
On 21 March 2010 06:59, Ben Hutchings <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Applications that use NSS/PAM, and individual NSS/PAM modules, are
> useful without the other and it is a matter of user configuration
> whether they are used together at all. The OpenLDAP modules are not
> used by default. So I don't see that copyleft licences of applications
> using NSS/PAM can possibly extend to them.
Yes, that is my understanding of how Debian has made decisions too. I
should be able to dig up references if required.
Also I do note that there are a number of PAM modules currently in the
Debian archive that do link against openssl. Not to mention
applications that use both PAM and openssl - there are GPLed PAM
modules in our archive too. I hope I haven't started a witch hunt...
Brian May <email@example.com>