<ng0>actually one more thing: the project originated in openbsd internally / at a hackathon / or something. gnutls has a different license and like most gnu parts in bsd code base it is less audited on their side (could be wrong about the audits) and simply lives in the gnu folder. libressl replace the in-tree openssl, just like OpenBSD's httpd replaced the in-tree apache httpd relatively recently. you still have
<ng0>choices in ports though. I think it's good we have this range of choice, especially with regards to licenses used in the different projects.
<adfeno>I just hope this stuff doesn't come to bite us if an adaptation or derivative work is made based on the (possibly) non-copyleft implementations of SSL and TLS.