Le mercredi 29 juin 2011 18:14:14, Kilian Krause a écrit : > On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 05:51:28PM +0200, Matteo Cypriani wrote: > > Yes, I though this was not an issue because the binary are small. > > I will try to negotiate with upstream a binary-free tarball, and if > > possible with the source DocBook file to generate the manpages, instead > > of including the useless PDF and HTML versions. > > If it is not possible for upstream, I'll repack > > it's not about "small" or "useful". It's about license and copyright. The license should be satisfied, since the source is shipped, no? It seems to me that it is a problem only if the binaries come from a modified, unshipped source (which I admit is not easily provable). > Always. And sometimes about security and trustability. The binaries are not in the final package, so why would it be a security issue for the end-user? Matteo -- Ma clef GPG est disponible sur keyserver.veridis.com My GPG key is available on keyserver.veridis.com
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