On Fri, Mar 25, 2005 at 12:03:46PM +0100, Mickaël Leduque wrote: > (I'm not related with debian, except being a debian user) > > I know x.org is not in debian (yet?), but before bothering someone > there, I prefer talking about it here. > > I'm a bit worried by this file I found in x.org source : xc/README.crypto > > I'm sure this question has been answered hundreds of times and there's > nothing worrying here, but the contents of this file seems to make all > the files that are related to it non free. > > What did I miss? This is more a statement of what we can do upstream -- since the Xwraphelp.c file is developed in the US, and the main point of export is xorg.freedesktop.org (located in Portland), it's a general statement, since we can't knowingly export from the US to someone who will turn around and export to Cuba or Syria or whatever it is. It's mainly an exercise in BXA arse-covering, and should be worded a bit more clearly, I suppose.
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