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Re: NIST involvement in PKI
We're talking about a standards track here. If the source DOCUMENTS
define the specs well enough, non US located people(s) should be able
to write conformant code. In that case, export is a non-issue since
no code is exported.
An added advantage is that because this will be a fully independant
implementation, its met the old-time "two implementations interop == standard"
Sure, if there is some outer layer and IT needs to be done as common source
and it needs hooks to call authentication, it gets messy!
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