Chris Angelico <ros...@gmail.com> wrote:
> If you absolutely can't get in touch with him, the only option is to
> go back to the original protocol and manually reimplement it,
> completely ignoring this code. It's sad but true; some code dies
> because of a trivial thing like "Oops, I forgot to actually say that
> this is MIT-licensed".
> (At least, I can't see a license anywhere on github there. If you can
> find another copy of the same code somewhere else, posted by its
> author, and including a license, then your job is easier.)
Deep in the code (pwdhash / pwdhash.py.egg-info / PKG-INFO):
Author: Lev Shamardin
Still better to get in touch with the author, but he has actually stated
the license albeit in the most minimal way possible.
Duncan Booth http://kupuguy.blogspot.com