On Mon, 14 Apr 2008 21:40, jon(_at_)callas(_dot_)org said:
* I like David Crick's suggestion of a preference that says, "I'm
going to be strict about Suite B." This is a legislative solution, and
it would work well, it's simple, and elegant. End of story.
I support this.
However the preference should not reference another document but
explicitly list the restriction. There may be an explanatory note
indicating that this is identical to Suite-B.
Please recall that OpenPGP is not a national standard. If more
provisions for an US standard go into OpenPGP other countries may want
to see their own rules in there too. To avoid such attempts I believe
it is better to have a more neutral language.
Die Gedanken sind frei. Auschnahme regelt ein Bundeschgesetz.