On Tue, 2007-09-18 at 18:16 +0200, Enrico Scholz wrote:
It should be enough to remove this license text (which is allowed
2000) to make it GPL compatible. Or, to make it legally perfect, remove
the old code, take recent version of RFC 1321, copy reference code from
it and remove the license text.
Only RSA can remove the license text, we can't do it, nor can the
upstream using the RSA code (unless that upstream is RSA).
The license text in the code itself trumps all. It trumps readmes and
"global email proclamations". Now, if RSA released a new file upstream
that was under a GPL compatible license, different story, but they have