On 2004-04-23 04:42:09 +0100 Matthew Palmer <email@example.com> wrote: > Overall, looks to me like another cut-n-paste licence which wasn't > even > proofread by the author, let alone anyone with legal qualifications. > But I > can't see anything that makes it non-free. We can comply with all > the terms > of the licence from what I can see. I agree and I'm fairly sure a licence very like this (probably even P.L.Daniels) has been discussed on -legal before. Please use the list archives and only question if it's unclear. By the way, Pantomime is under a ?GPL if a GNUstep library for MIME is useful to you. I think it's already packaged. -- MJR/slef My Opinion Only and possibly not of any group I know. Please http://remember.to/edit_messages on lists to be sure I read http://mjr.towers.org.uk/ gopher://g.towers.org.uk/ firstname.lastname@example.org Creative copyleft computing services via http://www.ttllp.co.uk/
RFC3156 defines security multipart formats for MIME with OpenPGP.
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