Hello Norbert, On Tuesday 24 January 2012 03:50:39 Norbert Preining wrote: > welcome! Many thanks! > Fedora: Which, BTW, is complete rubbish, I have to tell them. The > classify ptex as non-free, and state that it is "chinese" grrr... its > Japanese, and there is a English Copyright statement. > > I don't see much win in re-doing what Feora did. Fedora reported to > the upstream TL mailing list, we (upstream) TL have acted upon that > by: > - fixing/uploading new versions with fixed copyright > - removing definitely non-free stuff from TL > so the license auditing should be done on TL (upstream) level, > not each distribution by itself. I'm sorry for the Fedora part, I didn't know their wiki was in so bad state :( > Thus, I suggest you to: > - join the upstream texlive mailing list > - read through the thread started by Jindrich (fedora) on that topic > - help tracking down missing things > - fix it in TL upstream. Many thanks for the hints. I just joined the upstream texlive mailing list. I will read the thread started by Jindrich and I will ask there how I can help. > > My alioth login is eriol-guest: I'm sending a request to join also > > through the alioth join project page. > > I am not overly happy to immediately add you out of the simple reason > that this also allows access to the svn repository. But I have you > added anyway. I'm sorry again. I just used the way to join the team for the Debian Python Module Team. I looked for some package to adopt but at first I missed tipa[¹]: I would like to adopt it and maintain under the umbrella of the TeX Task Force (with Debian TeX Maintainers <email@example.com> as maintainer). Can I use the team's SVN for tipa? I will remove my membership from the alioth project if you consider it dangerous: I'm here to help and I will follow all the TeX Task Force policies :) Thanks for your response! Kind regards, [¹] #534384 -- Daniele Tricoli 'Eriol' http://mornie.org
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