On Wed, Jun 07, 2006 at 09:41:27AM +0100, MJ Ray wrote: > Anthony Towns <email@example.com> > > [...] If people have > > weighed the costs and benefits of contacting -legal and decided not to, > > that's entirely their choice. > > Yes, that package maintainer may choose to ignore all of policy. It's > entirely my choice how to respond to that. Everyone happy with that? Yes, but policy is generally sensible, edited by DDs, and each change is carefully vetted. debian-legal, OTOH, claims that not only is the stock MIT/X11 licence 'non-free', but 'it is impractical to work with such software'. It is mandated that all Debian packages follow policy. It is no more mandated that developers run everything past -legal, than that they run every change they make past #debian-devel.
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