Thoughts on GnuPG and automation

Ville Määttä mailing-lists at
Wed Mar 4 22:09:03 CET 2015

On 04.03.15 12:48, Werner Koch wrote:
>> that doesn't tell you about proprietary projects that have chosen not to
>> > use GPGME.  I've had clients refuse to use GPGME because of the
>> > licensing, even under the LGPLv2.1.  (Foolish, I know.)  Other times
> And I have had several hints that it was used anyway and violating the
> license.  But that is another story.
> If there is a compelling reason to change the license, like to increase
> the adaption of mail encryption, I am willing to consider that.  I am
> able do that for most of the code but there are some practical
> drawbacks, like the ability to share code between the other libraries.

I'd rather not have a license changed off copyleft.


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