[Bitcoin-development] Hosting of compiled bitcoin client

Christian Decker decker.christian at gmail.com
Sun Oct 14 22:09:48 UTC 2012

Being an international team I'm pretty sure we can find someone who is in a
more permissive country.
Would someone knowledgeable point us to the specific laws, so that we can
look it up in our respective jurisdiction?


On Mon, Oct 15, 2012 at 12:02 AM, Luke-Jr <luke at dashjr.org> wrote:

> On Sunday, October 14, 2012 8:52:33 PM Kyle Henderson wrote:
> > Given that sourceforge has shown to restrict access to a number of
> > countries at the request of the USA
> This needs some clarification. If the USA has "requested" it, then
> presumably
> there's some legality involved, and our US developers shouldn't be made
> liable
> for it. The specific reason SourceForge has restricted access should be
> made
> known so non-US developers (or gitian builders) can evaluate their own laws
> and hopefully at least one will be in a jurisdiction that allows it.
> But GitHub is also US-located, so hosting it there may be a problem too.
> Luke
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