adelaney at cs.may.ie
Tue Sep 2 10:27:58 CEST 2003
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> I am the founder and coordinator of the Freenet Project, a reasonably
> well known free software project that has been around since 1999.
I heard (on irc) recently that you had to move from the U.S. because of legal
problems to do with having developed freenet. Is this true?
B.T.W. I admire your work on freenet. One of the most positive things I've
seen happen with it lately is that GNU Arch has a backend that allows
publication onto freenet. This will allow for distributed development of
software that may be questionable in certain countries but is reasonable from
a consumer point of view eg: DeCSS.
If anyone has both the right and the need to study the code and be assured of
its correct functioning, it is users.
-- Whitfield Diffie
Checksums of bad data tell you only: "yup, that's exactly the same
bad data the other guy has"
-- Tom Lord
gpg key: http://minds.cs.may.ie/~balor/public_key.asc
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