Hello, I've been invited to go to Cuba to support some of their free software iniciatives, which some of them are Debian-based. I've tried to understand what exactly are the limitations of the US embargo wrt Debian, or how can things could affect both sides. What should I not supposed to do there? I'm willing to push Cuban people (through the Latinamerican effort) to collaborate with Debian, is there anything they shouldn't be supposed to do? I would, for example, would be trying to do a small BSP with Cubans participating. Also, I'd like to have a KSP. Is there any limitations? If so, is there any workaround for it? Could be people participate by translating, let's say, the webwml tree? Can I take Debian CDs/DVDs with me a give them to people? Googling a bit, I've found a previous discussion on exporting Debian to Cuba, which apparently it is not allowed, what does this *exactly* mean? Thanks in advance for your support with this. Since I'm going there next week, I don't want to cause Debian legal problems wrt the US government, that's why I'd really want some answers in order to understand how to proceed with work plans there. -- David Moreno Garza <firstname.lastname@example.org> | http://www.damog.net/ <email@example.com> | GPG: C671257D Mueve tus pies: Actitud con los pies.
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