Currently we have a notion that licenses should not have -license suffix and be in DEFAULT_ACCEPTABLE if they are either Free according to FSF, or Open Source according to OSI The point has been to avoid TNF and TNF members making decisions about where the edges are when packages have boutique licenses. It seems that FSF and OSI aren't regularly evaluating all the random boutique licenses, which is understandable given the push to tell people to pick a normal license. However, Debian does, having the same problem as we do. So, I would like to add meeting DFSG as determined by Debian, evidenced by inclusion in main to the list of approvers. Objections?
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