Re: location of UnicodeData.txt
John Hasler <email@example.com> writes:
> > The license on Unicode explicitly grants permission to make such
> > derivatives, if they even are such, in free programs.
> Reference? I don't recall seeing this mentioned earlier in this thread,
> and it is not at all clear from a quick perusal of the copyright data on
> the Unicode site that the license for the file in question is
> DFSG-compliant. Could you tell me what I am missing?
The file is not being distributed, rather, data from it has been
extracted and is being used. This is explicitly permitted by the
license on the file.
If you claim that a current Debian package is violating the DFSG, then
the appropriate forum is debian-legal, not debian-devel.