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  1. Hi all, I would like to package btsync for use with my favorite linux distro (slackware), but I don't know if I'm allowed to do it or not. The LICENSE.TXT file included in the tar ball just has a link to a "terms of use" website that states that we are not allowed to copy or distribute "the software"... so that would be a no... yet, that site is so general purpose that I'm not sure if it applies to btsync specifically or not. Sure, I could write a script that downloads the tar ball, extracts it, forms a slackware package with it and installs it, but that would be silly. I'd rather have a slackware package that I could maintain and distribute to the community. It would be great to have an "official" answer Thanks
  2. I'm currently writing an application with Node.js which uses the BTSync API. Reading through the emailed materials and the Terms of Use, it appears that BitTorrent wants the API key to be kept secret. How do I distribute the application without revealing the API key? How can users use the included config file without seeing the key? And how do I ensure that the key is not revealed when the application itself is open-source? One solution I can think of is to create a closed-source executable binary in a language like Java, C, or Python (using cxfreeze) for each system which serves solely to start the BTSync instance with the config. That doesn't seem ideal, but I am willing to take that route if necessary. Is there another solution?