On 31 May 2000, Miquel van Smoorenburg wrote:
> That's a bit short-sighted isn't it? When Linus still lived in Finland
> and the main kernel site was on funet.fi kernel crypto hooks didn't
> appear in the kernel because that would make it illegal in the USA.
> And everybody agreed that was a reasonable thing to do.
> What exactly is different now apart from s/USA/China/ and s/Finland/USA/ ?
For starters, I don't think we should be overly concerned with China as a
market, given their blatent disregard for the GPL.
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