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From Ben Laurie <...@gonzo.ben.algroup.co.uk>
Subject Re: FreeSSL Webserver
Date Sat, 02 Dec 1995 00:56:41 GMT
> 
> > The trouble with calling it something completely different is that it makes
> > it look like you are distributing something completely different, which you
> > are not, just Apache-SSL, legalised+extras. Perhaps we could call it
> > Apache-SSL-US?
> 
> 	I think calling it Apache-SSL-US works for me. I want a
> general agreement from the people here, though, that this is ok.
> I need to get the same set before I do all the legal stuff.
> 	(I prematurely changed my materials to say FreeSSL after the
> discussion with andrew yesterday... so I'm not going to change
> anything until I get a reasonable consensus that this is ok, so I
> don't have to change things *BACK* again, if something else comes up.)

Well, its OK with me.

> 
> 	I, uh, appreciate a quick decision. ;-) (I'm getting really
> impatient, what with this netscape GAK stuff, and all.)

GAK???

> 
> > 
> > Apache-SSL may have been a generic term, but I have already hijacked it to
> > denote my particular implementation.
> > 
> > I assume you intend to stay with the basic Apache-SSL source tree, and follow
> > the upgrade path?
> 
> 	yes.

Good, which reminds me - I should send you 0.8.14g (if you want it).

BTW, when you say a commercial Apache-SSL, do you mean in the sense that it can
be used for commercial stuff, or that you are going to charge for it, or both?

Cheers,

Ben.

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