OS X 10.2.4 non-standard & unconstitutional

Mark Crispin MRC at CAC.Washington.EDU
Tue Apr 15 09:05:04 CEST 2003

The Irish constitution has nothing to do with the IETF, or for that matter
with any other technical standards.

All national consitutions become worthless scraps of paper the moment one sets
foot outside of the territory of that nation.  Within the territory of that
nation, a national constitution has value only if there is a functioning
government with the will and capability to uphold it.

If the Irish consitution renders OS X 10.2.4 unsuitable for sale (or illegal
to possess) in the Irish Republic, then I suggest that you pursue the matter
further with Apple Computers and with the national authorities of the Irish

Further pestering of this list (or others) is counter-productive.

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