Rick Moen wrote:
>>OpenSSH _is_ commercial. (It's an object of commercial transactions.)
>It's just not proprietary.
>Fair enough, and always worth remembering. Just to point out, that I
would have parsed my sentence
"AFAIK, it only affects [the commercial SSH from ssh.com], not [OpenSSH]"
Nowhere did I say that OpenSSH wasn't commercial.... :-)
Unfortunately, natural languages tend not to have the precision of
computer languages like LISP, or conlangs like Logban....
You can make written english a bit more precise by using a [ ] construct
like the above,
but it's hardly standard usage. When I'm handwriting for others, I
shift the clauses ever so slightly vertically to achieve a similar
people not looking for it don't notice it conciously, but it seems to
help them understand
the intentions of it better anyway. In spoken english, of course, you
just vary your voice a bit.
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