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Re: Bug#757243: RFS: qmapshack/0.2.0+ds1-1

On Mon, 2014-08-18 at 09:02 +0200, Jaromír Mikeš wrote:
> Od: Sebastiaan Couwenberg <sebastic@xs4all.nl>
>         I think the WTFPL short name should keep the version number,
>         WTFPL-2 was
>         better IMHO.
>         The text of the QT license exception is still missing the LGPL
>         exception
>         text. I suggest at least the changes included in the attached
>         patch.
>         Since the license text of the QT commercial license is not
>         known, and
>         appears to be specific to each commercial licensee (because
>         you need to
>         contact them first, it's likely part of the contract
>         negotiation), I
>         would drop the QT_COMMERICAL license option too and just use:
>         License: GPL-3.0+ or LGPL-2.1 with Digia Qt LGPL Exception 1.1
> Done and uploaded to debian mentors.

Well, there were lots of discussion regarding this...
So if you wonder what to use now, I (still) think that you should use
this: (or like; I didn't make it beautiful, like identation...
The Exception license is taken from here: 

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