Subject: pkg/7874: ssh should be labelled no-commercial-use
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Bill Sommerfeld <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/28/1999 07:05:46
>Synopsis: ssh pkg should have LICENSE=no-commercial-use
>Responsible: pkg-manager (NetBSD software packages system bug manager)
>Arrival-Date: Mon Jun 28 07:05:01 1999
>Originator: Bill Sommerfeld
System: NetBSD orchard.arlington.ma.us 1.4 NetBSD 1.4 (ORCHARDII) #54: Sun May 16 10:05:51 EDT 1999 email@example.com:/usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/ORCHARDII i386
ssh 1.2.26 (at least) has a "no commercial use" license.
read ssh-1.2.26/COPYING, particularly the following text:
(b) You may use the program for non-commercial purposes only, meaning
that the program must not be sold commercially as a separate product,
as part of a bigger product or project, or otherwise used for
financial gain without a separate license. Please see Section 2,
Restrictions, for more details.
Use by individuals and non-profit organizations is always allowed.
Companies are permitted to use this program as long as it is not used for
revenue-generating purposes. For example, an Internet service provider is
allowed to install this program on their systems and permit clients to use
SSH to connect; however, actively distributing SSH to clients for the
purpose of providing added value requires separate licensing. Similarly,
a consultant may freely install this software on a client's machine for
his own use, but if he/she sells the client a system that uses SSH as a
component, a separate license is required. If a company includes this
program or a derivative work thereof, as part of its product, commercial
licensing is required.