Re: Mass-filing RC bugs about IETF RFC license based on file name
Petter Reinholdtsen <email@example.com> writes:
> [Simon Josefsson]
>> Do you have suggestions to improve the situation?
> I would suspect manual inspection of each file, and only file bugs for
> the files with real license problems. Using the file name to guess
> about the existence of a serious bug is not acceptable.
> How many bugs did you file? A quick look in
> indicate 67 bugs.
Yes, that's all of them.
>> The false positives so far
> So far. How many of these cases did you manually inspect?
About half of them before submitting, which actually did include both
the false positives. For the first case, I missed the license note in
the file itself (there was nothing in copyright), and the second case
was that I used the package in testing instead of the one in unstable.
As it happens, for this particular package, the package in unstable
still contained non-free IETF files, so the bug report was correct.
I pruned a few packages that contained files such as rfc0000* or where
the file was named like an RFC, but did not actually contain the RFC
I'll go through the rest of the files now, to make sure I've went over
all of them manually.