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Re: Steam for Linux? No thanks.

> Oops, forgot one last comment...
>>>  2) Your debian/copyright does not include information about licenses and
>>>     copyright holder of libraries in bootstraplinux_ubuntu12_32.tar.xz.
>>>     This could be fixed by point 1 from above.
>>>     .
>>>     Also it will be good idea to use forced wrapping of strings in this file to
>>>     limit their length to 80 characters as usual.
> As for debian/copyright, no word wrapping please; we are legally
> prohibited from modifying the license (for obvious reasons), see
> clause 1.B.ii:
> "
> (ii) you may not modify the Program, except that, in the case of the
> Linux version of the Program, you may modify scripts and other
> documentary and graphical files, but not any files containing the term
> “bootstrap” in the file name, provided that you do not modify any
> icons, change any copyright or other notices, or alter this or any
> other license agreement that is included with the Program, and
> provided further that any modifications you make are identified by you
> as modifications from the original Program provided by Valve;
> "

Thanks, I forgot about it.

> IMHO I don't even think we should be adding periods in between the
> lines just to satisfy lintian/DEP-5.

I am not sure how to solve this issue. Maybe upstream should be asked about it.

Best wishes,

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