Re: ITP lame
Buddha Buck <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >I understand fully that using the name "non-US" for patent-encumbered
> >software is wrong. However, the machine pandora.debian.org is in an
> >excellent position to also host a "non-Software-Patents" section of the
> >archive, which can again be subdivided in main, contrib and non-free.
> If we do that, I suggest that "non-Software-Patents" is a bad
> name. Perhaps "patented" is a better name.
Does it have to be tied to patent-problems? What about a more general
section named (for example) "encumbered"?
It could then also be used for software with other sorts of local
problems -- like "indexed" games here in germany.
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