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Fwd: ITP: tct (The coroner's toolkit)

Could you confirm that the IBM public license is valid and that
the below-mentioned mix of licenses is allowable in main?


Andrew Stribblehill
Systems Programmer IT Service, University of Durham, England

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Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2000 09:32:33 +0100
From: Andrew Stribblehill <a.d.stribblehill@Durham.ac.uk>
To: Debian development list <debian-devel@lists.debian.org>
Subject: ITP: tct (The coroner's toolkit)

Package: tct
Priority: optional
Section: web
Description: The coroner's toolkit
 A set of low-level (read dangerous) tools which can be used to
 help reconstruct a partial event log after a break-in, and to
 retrieve deleted files. Usually you need to have installed it
 before you need to restore a file.

Homepage: http://www.fish.com/tct
License: Parts are IBM Public License v1
 (http://www.fish.com/tct/LICENSE) and the rest is a very
 slightly-modified BSD license (http://www.fish.com/tct/COPYRIGHT).

If it transpires that this mix of licenses is incompatible with
Debian (main) I shall withdraw my ITP.


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