[ros-dev] Moving svn to another contrury or not

Andrew "Silver Blade" Greenwood reactos at silverblade.co.uk
Thu Feb 2 20:07:18 CET 2006

Isn't it down to the individual developers, rather than the project as a 
whole? Sure, the project can be hosted elsewhere but that doesn't mean 
the person who reversed and wrote code isn't responsible for it.

Also it could mean it would be illegal for a majority of people to use 
ReactOS outside of your country.

Plus it would probably cost more money to do.

Maybe a fork of the project would work there, but development would be 
very slow and you might not be able to get anyone legally able to use 
it. And a fork IMO isn't really worth it.

Ibrahim Damlaj wrote:
> In sweden, reverse engeneering for compatibility is 100% legal. So, IMO, 
> Reactos could keep some reverse-engineered code if that code is kept in 
> a place where reverse-engineering is legal.
> On 2/2/06, *Johannes Olofsson* <johannes_olofsson at spray.se 
> <mailto:johannes_olofsson at spray.se>> wrote:
>     Just curious...what would be the reason for moving svn?
>     /Johannes Olofsson
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