Re: is mixmaster dfsg-compliant ?
Eric Van Buggenhaut <email@example.com> writes:
> (iii) provide Anonymizer Inc. with a copy of the Source Code of
> such modifications or work by electronic mail, and grant
> Anonymizer Inc. a perpetual, royalty-free license to use and
> distribute the modifications or work in its products.
I'm not sure this (the first part) is considered free. It could become
impossible to follow this requirement.
> Probably a bigger problem is the patent covering the IDEA algorithm
> used in the program:
> This Software/Hardware product contains the algorithm IDEA(TM) as
> described and claimed in US Patent No. 5,214,703, EPO Patent
> No. 0482154 and filed Japanese Patent Application No. 508119/1991
This patent expired a year ago so it shouldn't matter much.
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