On 10431 March 1977, Piotr Roszatycki wrote: > Today my packages with PEAR modules was rejected from incoming queue. The > reason is that PHP License was used for PEAR library. NEW, not incoming. > I've found many packages already existing in Debian archive which are licensed > with PHP License. What does it mean? Should I fill bug reports with critical > severity for i.e. php-db, php4-pear-log, etc.? severity serious. Another pointer: http://lists.debian.org/debian-legal/2005/08/msg00128.html -- bye Joerg > Or write yourself a DFSG-free replacement for that piece of software. Using the copy and paste method from the old source, obscured by irrelevant changes.
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