unsuported key algorithm?
Mon, 3 Apr 2000 05:49:31 -0700 (PDT)
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I think this has become far off the topic of GnuPG. Werner, feel free to
declare this topic dead if you so choose. :)
I'm wondering about section 7: Aggregation with independent works... does
this mean that, if the GPH were released under the GFDL, that it could be
reprinted as part of a whole, without the whole being released under the
provisions of the GFDL?
I think so...
On Mon, 3 Apr 2000, Matt Mozur wrote:
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> "L. Sassaman" wrote:
> > A standard copyright, as with all published books. I don't see how the GPL
> > fits in with the book publishing world...
> GNU has released a new license for documents, called GFDL (GNU
> Documentation License)
> you can get it at http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html
> My PGP public key ID: 0x727422b9 ( 1024-bit DSA )
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> gpg: Signature made Mon Apr 3 04:40:44 2000 PDT using DSA key ID 727422B9
> gpg: requesting key 727422B9 from horowitz.surfnet.nl ...
> gpg: BAD signature from "Matt Mozur <email@example.com>"
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