Hi all,

I'm a developer of Seafile (https://github.com/haiwen/seafile) project.
We borrowed some source code from the Git project and are going to
license our code in GPLv2. But one concern is that GPLv2 is not compatible
with the Openssl license. It requires an exception.
As far as I can see, Git also links with Openssl library. But I can't find an
exception in the license of Git.
So what I want to ask is that, is it safe for us to use Git's code and link with
Openssl library?

- Johnathan
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