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Re: Why is OpenSSL not in non-free?

On Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 12:46:03PM +0200, Adrian Bunk wrote:
> - the 3-clause BSD license is considered free
> - the 4-clause BSD license with the advertising clause is considered
>   non-free
> - both the OpenSSL License and the Original SSLeay License in 
>   /usr/share/doc/libssl0.9.8/copyright contain the BSD advertising 
>   clause in its exact wording
> Does OpenSSL have to go to non-free, or do I miss anything?

It's not GPL-compatible. This is not the same as non-free.


Benjamin M. A'Lee || mail: bma@subvert.org.uk
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