On Fri, Jun 02, 2000 at 05:25:25AM -0500, Jesse Pollard wrote:
> The US always allowed importing. The problem lay in that patches, bugfixes,
> bug reports, algorithms, and documentation could not be exported. That ment that
> the entire US development people would be cut off from contributing; leaving
> all Linux development in Europe, Asia, and Austrailia (near east ...).
US law has changed, actually. This isn't a problem. The problem with the
US is patents.
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