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The current [http://openssl.org/source/license.html OpenSSL licence] is an "Apache style" license.
 
The current [http://openssl.org/source/license.html OpenSSL licence] is an "Apache style" license.
  
That license is recognized as sub-optimal and some thought has been given to migrating to a pure [http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.html Apache] license. Future contributions to OpenSSL and contributions to this wiki will use these draft
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That license is recognized as sub-optimal and some thought has been given to migrating to a pure [http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.html Apache] license. Future contributions to OpenSSL will use these draft
 
[http://openssl.com/testing/license/openssl_icla.pdf Individual Contributor]
 
[http://openssl.com/testing/license/openssl_icla.pdf Individual Contributor]
 
and
 
and
 
[http://openssl.com/testing/license/openssl_ccla.pdf Corporate Contributor]
 
[http://openssl.com/testing/license/openssl_ccla.pdf Corporate Contributor]
 
agreements.
 
agreements.
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Contributions to this wiki must either be 1) existing material copied from a public domain source, 2) original content created by you and released to the public domain, or 3) existing contents already released under the current or future OpenSSL license.

Revision as of 12:24, 27 February 2013

The current OpenSSL licence is an "Apache style" license.

That license is recognized as sub-optimal and some thought has been given to migrating to a pure Apache license. Future contributions to OpenSSL will use these draft Individual Contributor and Corporate Contributor agreements.

Contributions to this wiki must either be 1) existing material copied from a public domain source, 2) original content created by you and released to the public domain, or 3) existing contents already released under the current or future OpenSSL license.