Re: Is squeak now acceptable into debian/main?
The font issue was not the biggest problem. As you wrote it is such a
matter of replacing it with some other free font.
While the SqueakL contains the four freedooms, the problem is more about
the Indemnification Clause:
Nevertheless, I personnaly consider Squeak as free software, althought
there legal risk to redistribute it. This is why we decided to
distribute it wihtin our next freeduc-cd (http://www.ofset.org/freeduc-cd).
However I am not sure it is acceptable to Debian.
---- Messages d´origine ----
De: Petter Reinholdtsen <email@example.com>
Date: Vendredi, Juillet 1, 2005 8:07 pm
Objet: Is squeak now acceptable into debian/main?
> I just had a new look Squeak,
> target="l">http://www.squeakland.org/school/schoolhome.html>, and
> it seem to
> be acceptable into debian/main due to the developers replacing the
> non-free fonts with free fonts.
> Now we just need to verify that this is correct, and get someone to
> upload it into Debian. :)
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