Re: Rules for submitting licenses for review
Ricardo Gladwell <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm new to this list and I'm planning to submit a license for review.
> I'm not sure of the procedure for doing so: I know I should send the
> entire text of the license in the body of my email, but what other
> rules are there and what is the scope?
Text in the body isn't a rule, but it is strongly preferred.
Otherwise, I suggest you follow the lists code of conduct (below).
The scope is packages which are either in or intended (preferably
with an Intent To Package on http://bugs.debian.org/wnpp) for
the debian archive. People (many with copyright scars) offer
advice to packagers, upstream authors and others involved.
> Could I submit a license for
> review just for my own personal interest and even though it is
> unlikely said license will ever be used in debian free or non-free?
You could, but you will probably get a lower response. Please
try more general forums like those hosted by the FSFs or on
Usenet. (I'm not really up-to-date: where should we refer to?)
My Opinion Only: see http://people.debian.org/~mjr/
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