Re: Fwd: Re: mutt no longer in non-us?
Thomas Roessler wrote:
> The most conservative and prudent solution would certainly be to
> ship the castrated version of mutt with the main distribution, and
> to put mutt-i into non-us.
> The Debian project may wish to spend some money on a legal opinion
> from a lawyer specialized on such issues.
Does anyone know of a plain-English summary of what may and may not be
exported from the US? The question of whether hooks count as a
cryptographic product -- and if so what type of hook -- arises again and
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