Re: Copyrights and licenses
In article <email@example.com>, Joel Klecker
>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.
So is it free or non-free? And is it non-US? Also, is SHA non-US?
Everything else looks free to me.
Ian Lynagh - email@example.com
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