Re: Discussion - Proposed Constitution - voting part 2
Joseph Carter <email@example.com> writes:
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> On Mon, Sep 28, 1998 at 12:58:20AM +0200, Davide G. M. Salvetti wrote:
> > DB> I've set the system up so that PGP can (and I prefer...) be
> > DB> used... Infact, it WILL be turned on for the constitutional vote
> > DB> unless someone from on high tells me not to.
> > How about French people, who AFAIK aren't permitted to sign by law?
> > I don't remember if we have French developers, but I'd bet we do.
> THey're not allowed to encrypt. They can sign. =>
Yes; this is what the developer's reference says also. Someone
mindful of French law oughta correct me if that is incorrect. The
developers-reference (which will have to be updated again when gpg
becomes more mainstream and pgp is officially deprecated) says:
If you live in a country where use of cryptography even for
authentication is forbidden then please contact us so we can make
special arrangements. This does not apply in France, where I believe
only encryption and not authentication is forbidden.
.....A. P. Harris...apharris@onShore.com...<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>