Subject: Re: current-20000206
To: Miles Nordin <carton@Ivy.NET>
From: Assar Westerlund <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/21/2000 14:47:22
Miles Nordin <carton@Ivy.NET> writes:
> 1. Shouldn't MKOBJDIRS be defaulted to and tested against NO in capital
> letters, not ``no,'' to be consistent with our other variables? This
> is in src/Makefile
I dunno about the way this has been done, but just looking at the
Makefile it seems like have ``no'' is the common way. Am I confused?
> 2. Does the crypto-export decision mean I can start discussing and
> send-pr'ing the crypto-intl stuff even though I am (for now at least)
> a US citizen?
If you really want to find out, please read the relevant regulation
and/or consult a lawyer. My own reading of the text as a non-USA
non-lawyer type person is that you're free to do that (falling under
> 3. After upgrading from a 1999 -current, I find that my telnet link is no
> longer transparent to ^O. I have to type ^] and then 'send ao' to
> postpone a message in pine now. Is this behaviour incorrect, or merely
> annoying? Is there a better workaround?
Sorry, I don't know how this is supposed to work.