Re: RFS: ax-emergency-listen
El 27/04/2011 19:29, Fernando M. Maresca escribió:
I think it is clear.
I will check the package as soon as I have the time to do it and I will
upload it to the Debian's servers.
Thanks all for your contributions.
> On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 06:55:35PM +0200, Guido Trentalancia wrote:
>> On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 12:48:41PM +0200, Jaime Robles wrote:
>>>> Reading the link of the software I read:
>>>> "The use of the APRS® Internet Gateway subsystem is allowed only for
>>>> radio amateur operators. APRS® is a registered trademark of Bob
>>> This statement is no sense. "licensed radio amateur operators" without
>>> proper context means nothing: there is no central/global/international
>>> authority on licencing amateur stations.
>> In that sentence, "subsystem" refers to my own APRS-IS Gateway subsystem
>> (a system which is part of a larger system). The context (of the
>> original sentence) is well specified and is the location of my own
>> station. That page refers to using my own amateur station (which offers
>> several services) not the ax_emergency_listen program. For your
>> information, that page belongs to a set of web pages located at
> You're right, sorry, I've misplaced that statement as part of the
> licence of your program, which is not.
>> With its GPLv3+ license it should be fully compliant with Debian and
>> most other Linux distributions.
> I think so.
> Best regards,