unsuported key algorithm?
Sat, 1 Apr 2000 02:49:31 -0800 (PST)
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On Sat, 1 Apr 2000, Horacio MG wrote:
> IMHO, even if GnuPG is an already stable system, there's still lots of
> development in the make for having a `finished' book/guide done. Adding
> more information will help for a more complete handbook, but may be a
> bit too early to have a "definitive book". Just IMHO.
True. As Werner adds new features, new features would need to be
> > Surely. If I were to contribute, I would make the contribution
> > available.
> Good, go ahead then and post to the GnuPG Doc List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> then. The list I believe it was recently setup for this purpose and has
> been pretty inactive so far.
As I said, that's an "if." If I am unable to use the GPH as an apendix in
my book, I will instead concentrate on a GnuPG usage guide for
inclusion in the book.
> > A standard copyright, as with all published books. I don't see how the
> > GPL fits in with the book publishing world...
> Agreed with the GPL part of it. I just wondered if you would make it
> available in a similar fashion as the cvsbook (say both in print and
> some online version of it).
That's really up to my publisher. I have no plans to do so at this
time. Though you'll be able to buy it from Amazon. ;)
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