ok for Redland to link against openssl?
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I filed bug#488766 some months ago with no response from maintainer.
Could I please have some more eyeballs on that: Am I right that Redland
Or is it ok since Redland is dual-licensed, so it should simply always
be considered as Apache licensed when used with Debian?
Currently morla (ITP bug#431824) cannot be packaged as it is GPL. Should
I convince upstream to dual-license, or convince Redland maintainer to
extend with a GPL-compatible package non-postgres package?
What do you think?
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