reSIProcate libraries on Debian?
kilian at debian.org
Sun Feb 12 11:25:57 UTC 2006
Am Samstag, den 11.02.2006, 11:42 +0000 schrieb Daniel Pocock:
> We are currently developing a number of applications based on the
> reSIProcate stack. Some of these applications will be released to the
> open source community, while others are purely for our internal use.
> I am quite keen to use the reSIProcate libraries in our Debian servers,
> and would prefer them to be packaged.
> Is there a licensing or compatability issue to prevent them from
> becoming part of Debian? Is anyone working on this already?
as usual, the amount of resources is limited. Here it's mostly the
amount of human resources being low. For sure there's loads of neat VoIP
stuff, but it's already quite hard to maintain the existing packs in
good shape. I'll try to rembemer looking at this as soon as I have the
new pwlib tree put into unstable.
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