Re: Copyrights and licenses
At 21:56 +0100 1998-10-01, Ian Lynagh wrote:
In article <E0zOomm-0003Da-00@night>, Richard Braakman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Eww... this looks like a software patent. Can you find out more about it?
That's what I thought. http://srp.stanford.edu/srp/index.html seems
to be the nearest it has to a home, from a few minutes searching
It isn't patented, the inventor claims this: "SRP is free for
non-commercial use. As the inventor of SRP, I have decided to make it free
for all non-commercial implementations." I don't understand what he thinks
gives him the right to be able to dictate the licenses of other
implementations of the protocol.
 At least, not yet
Joel Klecker (aka Espy)
Debian GNU/Linux user/developer on i386 and powerpc.