Re: RFS: sandboxgamemaker
Scott Howard <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> * License : Custom, open-source, I have written permission to package,
> non-free since author is concerned about it
> being used to make
> commercial games and thus puts some extra
> requirements in the license. Some of the
> user-generated content that
> is included with the package also has
> non-commercial clauses.
This is incoherent. If the license terms restrict commercial
redistribution, then the work is not open source (nor is it DFSG-free).
Also, if *you* have written permission from the copyright holder to
redistribute, be aware that this is effectively part of your license
terms and needs to be documented verbatim in the package ‘copyright’.
You'll also need to check whether it passes DFSG §8.
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