Tue Oct 7 21:23:11 CEST 2003
PGP or OpenPGP for internal and external purposes and often asked for
an OpenPGP library to link against.
Clause 6b allows for shared libraries as an alternative way of
> So, an offer to let such places use GPGME in proprietary programs
> (with normal commercial terms, for money), might be a good strategy,
> combining the goals of widespread adoption and recovering some of
> your costs, while leaving the library as GPL or LGPL for others.
The major drawback with that is, that we can't include any other
[L]GPLed software and have to maintain everything for ourself.
Werner Koch <wk at gnupg.org>
The GnuPG Experts http://g10code.com
Free Software Foundation Europe http://fsfeurope.org
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