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Re: copyright precision

Jonas Smedegaard writes ("Re: copyright precision"):
> Quoting Markus Koschany (2016-08-15 23:02:06)
> > So yes, copyright files are hard and unfun but why should we continue 
> > to write them the way we do if we are not legally bound to do so?
> Same reason that we should continue to care about ability to install 
> multiple major versions of a library concurrently, and that daemons are 
> not only linked correctly but also sensibly configured and started by 
> default.
> Not because we are legally bound to do so, but because we want to do our 
> job as distributors properly.  We appreciate good quality packaging!

Does that justify REJECTing a package which is imperfect in this
respect, though ?


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