[CentOS-mirror] Request For Mirroring

Sat Jan 29 21:53:33 UTC 2011
Ralph Angenendt <ralph.angenendt at gmail.com>

Am 24.01.11 01:32, schrieb Matt Domsch:
> On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 01:20:18PM -0800, administrator at openmirror.ir wrote:
>>> Am 21.01.11 01:09, schrieb administrator at openmirror.ir:
>>>> Hi guys.
>>>> Organization: Openmirror
>>>> Website: www.openmirrir.ir
>>>> Country: Iran, but the server is located in Germany.
>>> So would that be a german mirror (meaning you get traffic from around
>>> here) or an iranian mirror meaning there'd be traffic from the middle
>>> east (which might not be that great, if the mirror is here in Germany)?
>>> Ralph
>> First:
>> We should mention about a mistake in website name above: it is
>> 'www.openmirror.ir' not 'www.openmirrir.ir'. We are sorry about this
>> problem.
>> Second:
>> We are the first team from Iran to become as a mirror for CentOS so we are
>> interested in becoming as an Iranian mirror although the server is in
>> Germany.
> [1] notes CentOS falls under US Export Restrictions 

I am not sure that that is still the case. None of the packages is built
in the US, none of the servers which are used to build the system are in
the US either. But yes, of course I am not a lawyer.

>       Embargoed Destinations
>       Fedora's software and/or technical data may NOT be
>       exported/reexported, either directly or indirectly, to the following
>       U.S. embargoed or restricted destinations:
>       Cuba, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Sudan or Syria.

Isn't that against the GPL?

Any Lawyers on here?