Like it or not, Theo has a point... freebsd is shipping
export-restricted software in the core
gnemmi at gmail.com
Thu Oct 7 17:19:46 UTC 2010
On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 6:59 PM, Rob Farmer <rfarmer at predatorlabs.net> wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 03:23, Gonzalo Nemmi <gnemmi at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Im saying what I already said.
> And yet, you haven't really addressed my core point.
> My point is ...
If you have a point, then there´s no point in me addressing your point
.. unless you are asking me for legal advice ..
Should that be the case, just let me know; I charge by the hour .. no
> People shouldn't be
> watching out for a particular license, but rather the broader
> implications of distributing stuff internationally
Usually, the implications of distributing stuff internationally have a
really strict realation with "what is exactly what you want to
export?" ... which in this case, leads you straight into the reading
of the terms of the licenses of the software subject to international
> By clicking on and downloading Fedora, you agree to comply with the
> following terms and conditions:
> Fedora software and technical information is subject to the U.S.
Plase, get in touch with Fedora´a legal advisors. They´ll be able to
ask every question and legal concern you may have about their
> If I consulted
> a lawyer about doing such an export, it is reasonable to expect that
> they would bring this up, rather than just summarize license terms on
> a one-off basis.
By all mean, feel free to get in touch with your lawyer and ask him
everything you would like to know.
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