Subject: Re: Licensing constraints...?????
To: Ty Sarna <email@example.com>
From: David Maxwell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/01/1997 14:04:55
> } Subject: Re: Licensing constraints...?????
> } >
> } > True. I think that's why CTM'd need some sort of promise from the user to
> } > actually use the diffs. Like you get a copy of the source for the day when
> } Encrypt the diffs using a checksum of the file the diff is to be applied
> } against. Or, have the protocol use a checksum of the file to be diff'd to
> } request the diff in the first place.
> As a simpler solution, why not simply prepend this to each message:
> Copyright (c) <year> The NetBSD Foundation, Inc.
> All Rights Reserved.
> The NetBSD Foundation grants the right to use the information
That's what I suggested in the message before the one you quoted here. I
think the question is who was concerned about the original method? I think
the concern was valid - so see if these solutions meet that individual's