Like it or not, Theo is having a good laugh ..
gnemmi at gmail.com
Sat Oct 9 17:39:18 UTC 2010
El 09/10/2010 02:06 p.m., b. f. escribió:
>> "Surrilous" isn't an English word, nor an obvious typo of one, so I
>> have no idea what you mean here.
> He probably meant "scurrilous", which seems obvious to me. Look, can
> we move on now? Yes, export restrictions will apply, in the U.S. and
> -- what seems to have been overlooked in this thread -- _elsewhere_,
Not really ... _elsewhere_ was always on my mind as the lincese also
applies to re-exports from a foreign destination...
> regardless of the license text. The Canadians who were commenting
> unfavorably on U.S. laws may want to look over their own controls,
They already know:
"The cryptographic software components which we use currently were
written in Argentina, Australia, Canada, Germany, Greece, Norway, and
The fact that Argentina´s "Jefatura de Gabinete de Ministros" is hosting
a mirror is not a coincidence:
> which leave them open to prosecution if they are exporting some
> software that might appear innocuous. The same can be said for many
> other countries. We're not going to resolve these problems in this
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