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From Paul Richards <p.richa...@elsevier.co.uk>
Subject Re: 1.1 Apache and SSL [Long]
Date Thu, 11 Jul 1996 12:45:52 GMT
Ben Laurie writes:
 > > This setup is perfectly legal since the US folks never have anything to
 > > do with the SA server so there's no collaboration.
 > 
 > But that's essentially what is happening now. Except the US version doesn't
 > implement any non-exportable bits. If its going to then the protocol
 > abstraction would have to be in. And the protocol abstraction needs threads. 

Not really since the "Apache group" doesn't officially distribute SSL,
you and Sameer independantly release your own versions. Neither are the
same as each other or the mainstream Apache release. Personally, I
don't have a big problem with this but if Apache wants to integrate SSL
into the main  "official" version then a mirror server is the only way
around the US munitions law.

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