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Re: Bug#129604: general: Social Contract: We Do Hide Problems

* Manoj Srivastava (srivasta@debian.org) wrote:
> >>"Fabian" == Fabian Fagerholm <fabbe@paniq.net> writes:


I have gnome-lock. Here's the schematics, here's the finished
product. Do what you wantg with it, but if you expand on the
security mechanism I want credit for the original base.

Now, just so you know, I'll be continuing to work on the lock. I'll
release waht fixes or changes I make to you, you may have to come to
my shop to get them but I'll give them to you free. You agree to
pass on all the fixes as well should you chose to sell or give away
this lock to someone else.

BTW, there may or may not be problems with how I implement the
security measures on this device. However, I've given you the
schematics sho you see for yourself. Anything new I develop for this
lock may or may not have the same problem. As soon as I possibly can
I will post a message on the town square's community board of any
problems or security flaws as they are found. You should do the

David D.W. Downey - KiXO Linux - http://sourceforge.net/projects/kixolinux
Red Hat Certified Engineer - Cert#: 806100581800665
LPIC-II Core Test Developer - Linux Professional Institute - www.lpi.org
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Key owner: David D.W. Downey ("pgpkeys") <david-downey@codecastle.com>
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