No GnuPG library for now
ftobin at uiuc.edu
Thu Oct 19 19:56:37 CEST 2000
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Enzo Michelangeli, at 07:40 +0800 on Fri, 20 Oct 2000, wrote:
> For a reply from the real world, see:
This is starting to get off-track, but there are two major trains of
thought on the whole issue; we have the 'design' process (a.k.a. Rational
Unified Process, a.k.a. RUP) vs a 'evolutionary' process (a.k.a. Extreme
Programa, a.k.a. XP). There are heavy debates on both sides of the issue
which is better in the long run, which is better for which things, etc.
Neither should be taken as the gospel truth.
Some of us on the list are simply expressing that GnuPG might benefit from
having a little more of one process than another, given certain demands
from the public.
Frank Tobin http://www.uiuc.edu/~ftobin/
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