[squid-users] peek and splice with gnutls

Matus UHLAR - fantomas uhlar at fantomas.sk
Fri Dec 13 13:00:06 UTC 2019

>> On 13/12/19 10:36 pm, Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
>>> this means that we need squid compiled with openssl and iirc
>>> there's licensing issue with distributing it as such (iirc due to openssl
>>> and gpl licensing incompatibility)

>On 12/13/19 4:59 AM, Amos Jeffries wrote:
>> Key word being "distribute". Anyone is clear to *use* a privately built
>> installation.
>> The license clash occurs when one is distributing *both* OpenSSL and
>> Squid binaries.

On 13.12.19 07:49, Alex Rousskov wrote:
>And even the very existence of that clash and its actual effects on the
>parties involved are not well understood/established/agreed upon. This
>is a gray legal area full of conflicting opinions and lacking solid
>legal footing.

That's the reason why Debian doesn't distribute squid with openssl support.
And I prefer to use distribution-provided packages. 
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