jdev - 2021-01-16

  1. pep.

    > pulkomandy: [open-source] is more or less about giving unrestricted "do whatever you want" permissions That's like, your opinion, man. :P read: I disagree. unless you're making a distinction between open-source and free software

  2. pep.

    Then I agree that open-source in is meh

  3. moparisthebest

    preach brother, as the AGPL says, you can use my code if I can use your code otherwise write your own damn code

  4. jonas’

    pulkomandy, AGPL does not prevent commercial use

  5. Sam Whited

    I've got new implementations of Bidi and SASL EXTERNAL but I'm not sure where to put them. I was originaly thinking about creating a package called "s2s" that would house both of them, so you'd have s2s.TLSAuth and s2s.Bidi or something like that, but would that make sense and would people think to look there if they wanted to use them? Other suggestions (not necessarily the same name for both) welcome.

  6. Sam Whited

    I know *technically* TLSAuth isn't just used for s2s connections, but I figure that's probably how it's used the most and how people think of it.