md5 values convention should be for uncompressed version of the file
Are md5 values published next to the compressed version of the file assumed to be for the uncompressed version?
There should be an obligatory "uncompressed md5:"
instead of what I usually see: "md5".
That would help me, as a newbie.
I know, I know, it can't be the compressed version's md5,
for the filename does not indicate the level of compression.
But I'm not sure about the convention, and I'd like some clarity.
Thanks in advance.