Re: mutt no longer in non-us?
From: Brian Ristuccia <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> What has changed that allows us to distribute mutt from the US to people
> outside of the US despite the fact that mutt is capable of integrating with
> strong encryption software and thereby capable of performing strong
> encryption on messages it sends?
This would also restrict "vi" and "emacs". Each is capable of piping text
through a random command. It would restrict the shell. It would restrict the
kernel. It would restrict any program with source code.
Can't help the government on this one, sorry. If they have a problem with it,
we'll have to see them in court.