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Date: Wed, 02 Apr 2014 14:32:17 +0200
From: Markus Duermuth <markus.duermuth@....de>
To: discussions@...sword-hashing.net
Subject: Re: [PHC] On the topic of attacking designs, not authors

Hi all,

On 02.04.2014 00:07, Brandon Enright wrote:
>> Well, I just said I'd hold off picking on poor AntCrypt, since it's
>> not the guy's fault he picked a name starting with A, but...

I don't mind at all if people are criticizing our design.  (As you
correctly stated below, this is not about unicorns...)

Apart from that, in my opinion, all criticism about AntCrypt so far was
about portability and minor details that are easily fixable.  And if
some of our ideas are considered interesting and potentially even
influence future designs, that's even better.

> If you're concerned about picking on the AntCrypt author then skip
> ahead from A to O or some other letter :-)

One might consider randomizing the order how submissions are listed :-)

All the best,
Markus


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