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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: Country of Origin of various ASF projects
Date Mon, 17 Oct 2016 22:28:44 GMT
And what are the rules if I compiled the code on a VM in the cloud?  Does
it matter where that VM is running?

Seems like folks who need TAA compliance should always work from source
packages and compile it themselves.


On 10/17/16, 2:15 PM, "sebb" <sebbaz@gmail.com> wrote:

>Note also that each individual release may have a different release
>manager who may reside in a different country.
>And of course people may change their country of residence.
>On 17 October 2016 at 21:00, Paul Libbrecht <paul@hoplahup.net> wrote:
>> Why can’t you or someone at your company rebuild within the US (or
>> else appropriate) so that this compliance is guaranteed? It is generally
>> expected that someone else successfully building will build the same
>> artefact, even if differences such as modification date of binary files
>> exist. E.g. version numbers are the same.
>> paul
>> On 17 Oct 2016, at 21:50, Austin, Richard (Fort Collins)
>> <richard.austin@hpe.com> wrote:
>> Good afternoon,
>> I am trying to determine the Country of Origin of a lengthy list of
>> open-source projects, in order to determine whether they are in
>> with the U. S. Trade Agreements Act (TAA).  (Some of our customers
>> this.)  TAA defines the Country of Origin as the country where the
>> is built--where final compilation occurs.  There is a LONG list of
>> that are TAA-approved.
>> One person at human-response@apache.org noted that each project is
>> compiled on the local machine of the Release Manager for that specific
>> version and then uploaded.  While I can contact each project separately
>> ask about the build country, I was advised that it might be worth
>> with Apache Legal Affairs, in case a compilation of this information
>> exists.  (It seems very likely that other groups needing TAA compliance
>> would have already been asking Apache about this.)
>> Do you know of any centralized source of Country of Origin information
>> Apache projects?  Note that we are only looking for the country or
>> countries--we do NOT need information on specific servers, cities, or
>> states.
>> Thanks very much for any information--or pointers to others who may have
>> relevant information.
>> Regards,
>>   Richard Austin
>>   Software Development Engineer
>>   Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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