is this clause a problem?
* Copyright (C) 1994-1999 RSA Security Inc. Licence to copy this document
* is granted provided that it is identified as "RSA Security In.c Public-Key
* Cryptography Standards (PKCS)" in all material mentioning or referencing
* this document.
this is a from a header file for the pkcs#11 API standard.
the original license for those header files was already
discussed in the "Question about RSA license" thread.
But somehow mozilla managed to get header files under LGPL/MPL/GPL
license, except for above addition.
I wonder: does this restriction cause any problem regarding DFSG compilance?
Does it cause incompatibilities with GPL'ed applications?
Also: do you think we should contact rsa labs and ask about dropping that
restriction? I guess it is similar to the bsd advertising clause.
Thanks for your review.