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Re: Bug#245825: ITP: newpki-server -- PKI based on the OpenSSL low-level API (server package)

On Sun, Apr 25, 2004 at 06:01:31PM +0200, Thomas wrote:
> Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) are designed to manage certificates
>  on a long term. All the data are handled through a MySQL database, 
>  which provides a much more flexible PKI than with OpenSSL, such as 
>  seeking a certificate with a search engine.

Personally I think it is unecesarry and unneeded to advertise the features
of a package by comparing it to an other package, especially since openssl
ist not a PkI solution at all. Why dont you say "newpki is a mysql based
solution for CAs to build up a PKI" or something like this? Especially since
PKI is the crypto system and not the CA software solution.

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