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Re: ARM release status

Does the recent changes in crypto export laws change some of these from non-us
to main?  I know Mozilla is including crypto now, and there was talk of
including the kerneli crypto in the 2.3 / 2.4 kernels (didn't catch what the
result was).  Of course, this doesn't affect the patent issues.

jeff smith

"David N. Welton" <davidw@linuxcare.com> on 03/21/2000 06:48:04 AM

 To:      deb-arm <debian-arm@lists.debian.org>               
 cc:      debian-legal@lists.debian.org(bcc: Jeffry           
 Subject: Re: ARM release status                              

On Tue, Mar 21, 2000 at 11:18:05AM +0100, Philipp Grau wrote:

> > ------------------
> > We need a crypto legal developer to build and upload the non-us
> > packages.  I can't do those.  (at the very least pgp, gpg, ssh)

> Since I live in germany, I could try to compile the non-us packages,
> but since I'm not a registered developer I could not upload the
> packages...

I am a U.S. citizen living in Italy.  Am I ok or not?

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