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    It this information becomes a requirement during registration, then some people will have to lie about it. That’s how it currently works with other restrictions.

    I would like to not leave it unmentioned that I think that sanctions on GitHub and similar services which have a civilizing effect are counter-productive. People can learn there to interact peacefully with others, improve their skills and employment opportunities, thus become less likely to be recruited as mercenaries.
    Github is probably a side effect from sanctions which should have banned the export of Microsoft products. I would plead to exclude Github and similar services from sanctions on commercial software products.


    I don’t understand who’s sanctioning GitHub?


    I meant to link this in the other day. Sorry!

    “These are the times that try men's souls" - Thomas Paine

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