Hi, do you have any news from this ITP? There haven't been any news for 6 months, and no reply to the long description request. I have prepared a package and intend to upload it in a few days if no one objects. Here is the complete ITP information. * Package name : stardict-xmlittre Version : 2.4.2 Upstream Author : Émile Littré François Gannaz <Francois.Gannaz@free.fr> * URL : http://francois.gannaz.free.fr/Littre/ * License : Public domain, GPL Programming Lang: XML Description : French Littré dictionary for stardict This package contains a XML version of the French language dictionary written by Émile Littré and published in 1863, suitable for the stardict dictionary software. . Despite its age, this dictionary now fallen in the public domain is still a widely used reference source for French language and litterature. It features 78,423 entries and 239,009 quotes from 3,910 authors. I consider placing the following copyright statement in the copyright file: According to French copyright law, the Littré dictionary has been put into public domain in the late fifties. It is questionable whether the XML formatting is subject to copyright at all. In the case it is, the following license applies. [GPL blurb] -- Josselin Mouette /\./\ "Do you have any more insane proposals for me?"
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