Millis Miller wrote: > I've already spoken to the upstream author, and he does not see mwilling to convert to a DFSG license. Probably the only thing I can do is to make it suitable for the non-free section for the time being. Can you indicate to me how the license shoudl be changed to be suitable for the non-free section? I don't think that the program provides enough value to be included in Debian only based on the social contract's "support users" clause. (I.e. nonfree+only substitute for small shell shell script = not worthy.) Especially, having a package "email" in non-free tastes way to much like endorsement of non-free software. (Especially since it's a particulary nasty variant of non-free-ness.) If the package was called silly-little-nonfree-email-tool, that might be different... If you really want something like this in Debian, go write a free substitute. Cheers T.
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