Re: [openpgp] DRAFT minutes for OpenPGP at IETF 94

Aaron Zauner <azet@azet.org> Wed, 04 November 2015 10:31 UTC

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Hi Brian,

brian m. carlson wrote:
> I suspect this is probably sufficient for Debian's purposes, although I
> of course can't speak on their behalf.  Whether it is suitable for Red
> Hat or other organizations with strict patent policies, I don't know.

Not sure either. Probably best to ask them?

>> Another one exists for non-military software implementations:
>> http://web.cs.ucdavis.edu/~rogaway/ocb/license2.pdf
> 
> Clearly this is not suitable for Debian's purposes, as they prohibit
> restrictions on fields of endeavor.

I know. I signed the Debian social contract a while ago as well. This
was just for reference - I'm not sure that license is particularly
useful to anyone.

> [0] By "patented algorithms," I mean those that don't grant a flat
> royalty-free license.  SHA-2 is patented, but available under such a
> royalty-free license.

The only problem I currently see is with commercial, military software
or hardware implementations. I'm not sure that is relevant to any
open-source project though. Would be interesting to hear Fedora/RedHat
people comment on this.

Aaron