Re: is mixmaster dfsg-compliant ?
Eric Van Buggenhaut <email@example.com> wrote:
> (iii) provide Anonymizer Inc. with a copy of the Source Code of
> such modifications or work by electronic mail, and grant
> Anonymizer Inc. a perpetual, royalty-free license to use and
> distribute the modifications or work in its products.
Requirements to send back changes have long been considered
DFSG-unfree. It can still go in non-free.
> Probably a bigger problem is the patent covering the IDEA algorithm
> used in the program:
Speak-freely uses IDEA, and it is in non-us/non-free. Probably the
same could be done for mixmaster.