Subject: Re: internationally available krb
To: Todd Vierling <>
From: Skeelo <>
List: current-users
Date: 09/16/1998 18:40:42
I seem to remember something about printed materials not being restricted
by the ITAR. Could we make use of such a loop hole if it does indeed

On Wed, 16 Sep 1998, Todd Vierling wrote:

> On Tue, 15 Sep 1998, Michael C. Richardson wrote:
> :   Well, to me, having a krb4 that is widely available is better than
> : having nothing.
> I'd tend to agree - what's stopping us from having both a domestic krb5 and
> international krb4, other than setting up a remote CVS server?
> (Also, looking through the sources in domestic/, isn't there a lot of
> exportable stuff and a minimum of non-exportable sources, or does the ITAR
> cover the complete product and not pieces of the bunch?  Couldn't the few
> bits be rewritten outside of the US with the same API?)
> -- 
> -- Todd Vierling (Personal; Bus.