[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?

Regards,
Chris

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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