Subject: Re: export controls
To: None <>
From: Michael C. Richardson <>
List: tech-security
Date: 06/23/1999 13:35:45
>>>>> "Thor" == Thor Lancelot Simon <> writes:
    >> My feeling is that we import all of KAME into cryptosrc-intl, get it
    >> working, and then move stuff into syssrc as appropriate.

    Thor> No!  This is _not_ the way things are done in the NetBSD project.
    Thor> Please remember that though cryptosrc-intl is not part of the
    Thor> "main" NetBSD repository that lives on, it is still
    Thor> part of the Project's source tree.


    Thor> The whole *point* of itojun's work is to avoid this kind of
    Thor> duplication and lunacy.  We're not Linux, after all.  We do not
    Thor> have six copies of bash, three of Emacs, two versions of ls, and a
    Thor> sodomized penguin in our source tree.

  Agreed. I am *not* suggesting that we have two copies, but rather that
we err on the side of putting stuff into cryptosrc-intl rather than into

    Thor> cryptosrc-intl himself, and that we here in the U.S. would import
    Thor> into cryptosrc-us as necessary.  Please recall, itojun-san is not
    Thor> in the U.S. himself...

  Nor am I.

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