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Re: abell-94 license
Le 2018-12-08 16:27, Greg Troxel a écrit :
I am not aware of RH/Fedora having a strong notion of licenses being
adequately free. But Debian definitely does. So I think it's time to
formally add DFSG-approved as a third leg. But, I think those should
noted individually, as there is no published license list and figuring
out that a license is approved is hearder.
I think so.
Can Frédéric (or someone) check to see if Debian approves it? If so,
moving it to the end and explaining that it's DFSG approved sounds
good. If not, that's an interesting question why not.
The s/abell-94/purdue/ license is not listed on the DFSG licenses
webpage ( https://wiki.debian.org/DFSGLicenses). Indeed, "why not" is
an interesting question since we can read "The directory dialects/uw was
removed for being non-DFSG" on a webpage of lsof (
implies that the remaining sources are DFSG including sources licensed
FMHO, it could be safe to:
1) rename licenses/abell-94 (out of nowhere) into licenses/purdue (used
2) remove it from DEFAULT_ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES because there is no strong
endorsement to make it acceptable
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