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Re: mutt no longer in non-us?

On Mon, Nov 22, 1999 at 03:29:03PM -0800, Joey Hess wrote:
> Chris Lawrence wrote:
> > It highly inconveniences our users, however.  No part of the Social
> > Contract says "protesting stupid laws is more important than our users."
> How does it inconvencience our users?

a) None looks for mailing program with no encription in non-us
b) there is often no non-us on cds
c) this damages users' brains and having damaged brain is inconvencient
   (at laest for me)

> > It also inconveniences the Debian maintainer, who has to maintain two
> > different forks of the same code (source and binary).  It wastes space
> > on our mirrors.  It creates confusion by having multiple packages that
> > do the exact same thing (less a system() or two).
> What are you talking about? Both source and binary would go in non-US.

Stop this thread now !!!
There is no strong nor any other encription in mutt.
If you think EVERY program calling pgp/gpg have to go to non-us
then what is contrib for ??? And mutt can work without pgp/gpg
so it doesnt belong to contrib.

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