ğDrew LopuckiĞ sagte am 2002-03-19 um 16:19:50 -0500 :
> This is a fairly condescending reply given that the license statement for
> PGP is present on every download screen from which it is available.  Careful

I stand corrected.  Because of the IDEA patent by ASCOM, you're only
allowed to use it non commercially.  You're right, and I'm an idiot ;)

> Anyway, I'm sure GnuPG is great too, but as with PGP it also is not part of
> most standard distributions of Linux/Unix and as a result, may not be

Not?  Hmm, unlike PGP it's part of RedHat, SuSE, Mandrake and Debian.
That's more than enough, if you ask me.

> present on a production server (where downloading and installing new

I never understood this.  On my production servers, if I need something
for a project, it will be installed.  Especially with non-system tools
like GnuPG.  I can understand when people/admins hesistate to recompile
PHP and stuff like this.

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