[License-review] For Approval: The Cryptographic Autonomy License

VanL van.lindberg at gmail.com
Thu May 9 03:11:31 UTC 2019

The CAL is compatible with blockchain use, and does not place a particular
party in a privileged position.

See my answer above, addressing how this would interact in a blockchain
application. Hopefully that clarifies your question here.

Van Lindberg
van.lindberg at gmail.com
m: 214.364.7985

On Wed, May 8, 2019, 9:53 PM Bruce Perens via License-review <
license-review at lists.opensource.org> wrote:

> Van,
> Please confirm: the terms of this license do not apply to the copyright
> holder themselves, as with most licenses.
> The point I am getting to here is that blockchain processing is practical
> for the copyright holder, and would not be practical for any licenses,
> since - as I read it so far - the license requires disclosure of secret
> keys in some circumstances, which would necessarily destroy trust in the
> blockchain. This does not apply to the copyright holder, because he/she is
> not bound to those terms.
>     Thanks
>     Bruce
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