Bug#687693: marked as forwarded (ca-certificates: Cacert License is missing)
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has caused the report #687693,
regarding ca-certificates: Cacert License is missing
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mejiko: thanks for pointing it out, I'm forwarding your report to our
debian-legal mailing list to seek their opinion.
On Saturday 15 September 2012 03:15:10 mejiko wrote:
> ca-certificates packeages included Cacert Root certificates.
> This certificates licensed under Cacert Root Distribution License (RDL).
TL;RD; RDL looks non-free, Philipp Dunkel from CAcert says Debian is fine (to
distribute) because of the disclaimer re the certificates included in ca-
certificates, Fedora says it is non-free.
What do the others think about it?
To me, it doesn't just seem to be a (re-)distribution issue. Rather, the
need for an additional agreement with CAcert.
Raphael Geissert - Debian Developer
www.debian.org - get.debian.net
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