Re: ITP: silc -- Secure Internet Live Conferencing
Hamish Moffatt <email@example.com> writes:
> This is (IMHO) a lot less clumsy. Also there is no need to mention
> 'The Internet' as the package is probably also suitable for intranets,
> extranets etc. I'm not even sure that the point about the network
> model is worth mentioning in the package description. Make that:
> "SILC (Secure Internet Live Conferencing) is a protocol which provides
> secure conferencing services over an insecure channel. SILC provides
> similar services to IRC with almost identical commands. However,
> SILC is secure where IRC is not."
While we're at it: s/similar services/services similar/
otherwise one could think SILC provides services to IRC.