Re: Bug#344707: ITP: ispell-et -- Estonian dictionaries for ispell, aspell, myspell
On Sun, Dec 25, 2005 at 01:05:44PM +1100, An?bal Monsalve Salazar wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 25, 2005 at 01:50:32AM +0200, Martin-?ric Racine wrote:
> >Package: wnpp
> >Severity: wishlist
> >Owner: "Martin-??ric Racine" <email@example.com>
> >Package name : ispell-et
> >Version : 20030606
> >URL : http://www.meso.ee/~jjpp/speller/
> >aspell-et - Estonian dictionary for aspell
> >iestonian - Estonian dictionary for ispell
> >myspell-et - Estonian dictionary for myspell
> >openoffice.org-hyphenation-et - Estonian hyphenation pattern for OpenOffice.org
> >The ispell affix and wordlists, as well as the OOo hyphenation were found as
> >standalone files at the above URL, along with explanations in Estonian about
> >the origin of all files. Everything else is generated by my own debian/rules.
> >The above version is timestamp of the last update produced by Jaak Pruulmann.
> >I already have packages ready to upload. I however need to verify whether the
> >software license of the Institute of the Estonian Language is considered free
> >according to Debian policies, before I proceed with the upload.
> >2003-2005, Jaak Pruulmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> (updated wordlist)
> >1996-1999, Institute of the Estonian Language <email@example.com> (original wordlist)
> >1993, Enn Saar <firstname.lastname@example.org> (TeX hyphenation, converted for OpenOffice by Jaak)
> > The present Licence Agreement gives the user of this Software Product
> > (hereinafter: Product) the right to use the Product for whatever purpose
> > (incl. distribution, copying, altering, inclusion in other software,
> > and selling) on the following conditions:
> > 1. The present Licence Agreement should belong unaltered to each copy
> > ever made of this Product;
> > 2. Neither the Institute of the Estonian Language (hereinafter: IEL)
> > nor the author(s) of the Product will take responsibility for any
> > detriment, direct or indirect, possibly ensuing from the application
> > of the Product;
> > 3. The IEL is ready to share the Product with other users as we wish
> > to advance research on the Estonian language and to promote the use
> > of Estonian in IT-technology now rapidly developing, yet we refuse
> > to bind ourselves to any further obligation, which means that the
> > IEL is not obliged either to warrant the suitability of the Product
> > for a concrete use, to improve the program, or to provide a more
> > detailed description of the underlying algorithms.
> > (Which does not mean, though, that we may not do it.)
> > 4. Whenever you use the Product, we request that you inform us by writing
> > to the e-mail address email@example.com or to street address listed below.
> Non-free clause. Every time you use it, you will have to send an
> email or a letter to them.
Really? Isn't 'request' the phrase often recommended on -legal for
such things? (though I understand that the license isn't the right