On Fri, 6 Apr 2018 at 20:59 Craig Rodrigues <rodr...@crodrigues.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 5, 2018 at 6:56 PM, Brett Cannon <br...@python.org> wrote:
>> Yes, you're jumping the gun. 😋 As I mentioned yesterday, the plan is to
>> open it up tomorrow and announce that here. If things look good after that
>> then we can take it to python-dev.
> Thanks for setting up python.zulipchat.com. While signing up for
> Zulipchat, I read through
> the terms of service at: https://zulipchat.com/terms/
> I just wanted to confirm, are those terms of service compatible with PSF
> policies in terms of:
> - privacy of data, https://zulipchat.com/privacy/ , vs. Python.org's
> policy at: https://www.python.org/privacy/
> - age restriction (zulipchat can only be used by age >= 13)
> - export compliance with respect to residents of Cuba, Iran, North Korea,
> or Syria
> - anything else
> Personally, I am not affected by these policies, since I am a U.S.
> citizen, resident in the U.S., and over 13 years old.
> I am not an expert in these topics, but just wanted to confirm that this
> is compatible with Python.org's policy,
> since Python is an open project with contributors who live in different
> countries around the world,
> and have different backgrounds, ages, etc.
Since this is an experiment I'm fine with the current situation (the admins
are also not planning on actively policing users over any of that either),
but if someone feels strongly about this and wants to start a dialogue with
the PSF board right now they can. And if it does become a problem and we
want to keep using Zulip we can then stand up our own instance without
those restrictions (assuming we even can; IANAL so I don't know how many of
those requirements are required for any and all services hosted in the US
or by a US organization).
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