>>>>> "Gregor" == Gregor Hoffleit <email@example.com> writes: [...] Gregor> 1) Ignore Python 1.6 and up, as long as the license is not compatible Gregor> with the GPL. That's probably the easiest way to go, but is it Gregor> justified ? Looks like a deliberate discrimination against a Gregor> DFSG-free license, only because it's not GPL compatible. Gregor> 2) Include both Python 1.5.2 and 1.6 in woody/main. The 1.6 packages Gregor> would not satisfy the dependencies of existing packages; any maintainer Gregor> who'd make a package depend on Python 1.6 would have to make sure that Gregor> its license is compatible with the Python 1.6 license. Gregor> I think I'd prefer the second solution. What do others think ? Sound judgement, I'd say... and from what I gathered on c.l.py, 1.6 isn't that important anyway (they mainly did it because they promised CNRI they'd do 1.6 as a CNRI release). So, let's wait for 2.0 (final, or at least a beta with an improved license) and do that one. Bye, J -- Jürgen A. Erhard firstname.lastname@example.org phone: (GERMANY) 0721 27326 MARS: http://members.tripod.com/Juergen_Erhard/mars_index.html Give a man fire and he will be warm for a day. Set a man on fire and he will be warm for the rest of his life.
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