[openssl-users] Key Deriviation Function Tests for TLS

Jakob Bohm jb-openssl at wisemo.com
Wed Sep 30 17:45:37 UTC 2015

On 30/09/2015 19:36, Salz, Rich wrote:
>> Did you miss the detail about the contribution agreement not  granting any rights to third parties until the OpenSSL Foundation has "published" the contribution.
> No I didn't.  They are free to post code as apache 2 and frequently rebase against master.  Or whatever they want.  We don't have the resources, or interests, to be a general code repository for "related to openssl" things (any more).
>> In other words, if the only license provided in the Pull request is "this is a contribution", then there is no license for making that downstream repo.
> Then they will have to be careful and precise about how the licensed it.  Same as if openssl were doing it.
>> Also, isn't GitHub located in the country crypto folk always try to avoid for legal reasons?
> Which one, there are so many of them these days :(  It's a good point; perhaps you can host a repo?  Denmark is relatively right-thinking on this issue.
Unfortunately, that would be problematic due to potentially
conflicting legal obligations.


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