"Thomas Klausner" <wiz%netbsd.org@localhost> writes: > Module Name: pkgsrc > Committed By: wiz > Date: Sun Mar 3 23:53:31 UTC 2013 > > Added Files: > pkgsrc/licenses: gnu-agpl-v3-license > Removed Files: > pkgsrc/licenses: gnu-agpl-v3 > > Log Message: > Rename gnu-agpl-v3 to gnu-agpl-v3-license since it's not accepted by > pkgsrc by default (board@ ruling) It would be good to fix the documentation (in mk/license.mk); apgl-v3 is certainly Free, and changing the name is contrary to the previously documented rule that Free/Open-Source licenses. Actually, I (mildly) object to the change you just made; the -license suffix rule for being Free or Open Source was very straighforward. I am not objecting to board's call that it not be in the default; the point of the default is that people not be unreasonably surprised. But if the new name stands, please fix the documentation to explain that licenses get a -license suffix if they are non-Free/Open or are on a special list of license that board finds likely to be problematic even for people who generally find Open/Free licenses ok.
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