mwh at python.net
Thu Nov 20 17:30:00 CET 2003
"Dave Brueck" <dave at pythonapocrypha.com> writes:
> Hmmm... the more I think about it I guess the root cause of the
> problem is the archaic, goofy encryption export laws of the U.S..
Unfortunately the US is far from having a monopoly on silly export
laws about crypto.
Given the -- highly international -- way the last year or so of Python
development have gone and e.g. where www.python.org is located it's
unclear what *any* countries *export* laws have to do with it, but
unfortunately many countries have *import* laws too. The world is a
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