Re: [PROPOSAL] Allowing crypto in the main archive
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Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> Okay, hopefully the final language change:
> Proposal is to change section 2.1.5 of the Debian policy to say:
> Non-free programs with cryptographic program code must be stored
> the "non-us" server because of export restrictions of the U.S.
> Programs which use patented algorithms that have a restrictied
> license must also be stored on "non-us", since that is located
> in a
> country where it is not allowed to patent algorithms.
> A package that depends on another package which is distributed
> the non-us server must to be stored on the non-us server as
Ok, I know I am a bit late, but since I recently got my Debian
developer status and this is exactly what I asked for in my mail on
2001-01-01, I second this.
Are 2 seconds (this should be the 2. second on this phrasing if I
missed any) enough to make it official ?
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