[Haskell] Terms of Service for Haskell community server
Christian Höner zu Siederdissen
choener at tbi.univie.ac.at
Thu Dec 16 00:21:46 CET 2010
you probably mean generating an ssh key-pair. This is a one-step
Is Yarrow a weapon or a crypto package?
Otherwise I would suggest putting Yarrow onto your personal webpage /
university system and asking for a link.
PS: I have just skimmed the TOS, but apart from the crypto (weapon ;-)
stuff, it seems to be mostly standard US legalize. Of course, I am no
* Frank Rosemeier <frank at rosemeier.info> [15.12.2010 23:57]:
> Dear Haskellers,
> as some of you may have noticed, the Yarrow home page has to be
> moved because of the migration of the Haskell.org server.
> It has been recommended to me by Ian Lynagh to transfer the files to
> the new community server.
> To do so I need first to request for an account there.
> This includes producing an ssh certificate. I will try to solve this
> problem. (May be there will be questions in the future.)
> The more severe problem is related to the Terms of Service which I
> have to accept with the account request.
> It contains lots of legal stuff which I do not understand including
> regulations for US export controls.
> Of course I am neither able nor willing to send reports concerning
> Yarrow to the US government!
> Are there some experts or tutors who want to help me to understand
> the Terms of Service especially the export controls?
> May be these regulations do not apply in my case, because I am
> living in Germany?
> (I have expected lots of work to be done with respect to the migration,
> but I did not imagine to be involved in legal affairs which I do not
> Thank you very much for your patience.
> Kind regards
> Frank Rosemeier
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