I've prepared a package of the Python SNMP framework , and my
sponsor asked me if I had checked it's license's  DFSG-freeness
with you guys. So this is what I'm doing now. :)
The interesting section, which is the only one differing from the
BSD-style license , is as follows:
THIS SOFTWARE IS NOT FAULT TOLERANT AND SHOULD NOT BE USED IN ANY
SITUATION ENDANGERING HUMAN LIFE OR PROPERTY.
I consider this as a warning to the user, and not a usage limitation
from the author. What do you think, and can the package go to main?
Please CC me, as I'm not on this list.
 /usr/share/common-licenses/BSD on Debian systems