[Python-modules-team] Bug#515200: Bug#515200: #515200 status update
morph at debian.org
Thu Feb 4 18:47:36 UTC 2010
On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 19:29, Jonathan Freedman <jonafree at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Sandro,
> Thanks for the quick response !
> I looked into this a bit today. pycurl is
> licensed as dual lgpl/mit and openssl is an apache-style license. I believe
> this makes it possible for them to be linked, however I am not a lawyer. I'm
> not sure how Debian legal decisions are made.
it would be nice if you can bring the question to
debian-legal at lists.debian.org and ask their opinion.
> For other projects I've been
> involved with, I have asked a lawyer associated with one of my
Could you ask the advice of some of those lawyers also this time? the
process to have a legal consult in Debian is quite long and costy, and
we'd like to leave it to real serious matters.
Any help in clarify the legality of pycurl -> openssl would be a great
> The good news is that the workaround works fine. The bad news is that I keep
> finding SSL accelerators that break gnutls :/
I understand your point, but having a legal issue on one side, I'd
rather be on the other safe one.
PS: please keep the bug in the loop, so anyone can read your replies.
Sandro Tosi (aka morph, morpheus, matrixhasu)
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