> > However, you said that the author is resposive. At a minimum, I think
> > that the paragraph
> > > The tool set can be distributed as part of other non-commercial program
> > > packages, but only in its original, unadapted form. If anybody is
> > > interested in providing the tools as integrated part of another
> > > package, this must be negotiated.
> > has to go. I don't think that special permission for Debian will
> > work.
> A requirement for special permission for Debian is ok in non-free,
> if that special permission has been granted.
Are there packages in non-free that have special permission for
Debian? Do you know any of their names? I was worried about some
practical problems, but am willing to be swayed by precedent.