Do you have suggestions how to encode when a piece of software says "use GPLv2 or later, at your option"? We can either A) add a license gnu-gpl-v2-or-later and point to that or B) just say gnu-gpl-v2 I would go for B, and we can always move to A later. The entire notion of tags for free licenses is in my view a bit marginal, and I think we should avoid inventing lots of work with no benefit. Does anyone actually wish to put gnu-gpl-v3 in the list of licenses that pkgsrc may build, and leave gnu-gpl-v2 out, and want pkgsrc to build packages that are licensed gnu-gpl-v2-or-later? I can see people wanting to have gnu-gpl-v2 in ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES but not gnu-gpl-v3, but not the other way around. But please speak up if you really are configuring things that way.
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