Re: Copyrights and licenses
Ian Lynagh wrote:
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com writes
> >Ian Lynagh writes:
> >> So is it free or non-free?
> >If the algorithm isn't patented you can do what ever you want with it,
> >regardless of what the inventor says.
> OK, that just leaves two questions answered - is srp or SHA non-US
> and what do I put in the copyright file?
I don't know what srp does. SHA is a hashing algorithm, like MD5, so
it's not export-restricted unless you do encryption with it.
In the copyright file, I would copy the text in the license that
mentions it (I forgot which one it was), and then add the text you got
from the author, and add a note that the Debian Project does not
believe that protocols are copyrightable in the first place.