Re: MPL and Source Code
Craig Southeren wrote:
A NMU (non-maintainer upload) is an upload by a person who is not the
maintainer of the package. Reasons for this happening are numerous;
trivial example is an urgent fix when the maintainer is on vacation, is
missing, is too busy, etc. An NMU would often not be put in the revision
control archive because the person doing the NMU does not have commit
access to said repository.
I'm not sure what an NMU is, but why are these not put into the SVN
The source code is guaranteed to be publicly available for as long as
the binary is, but no longer.
Because if it is Debian policy to distribute binaries where the source
code is not guaranteed to be publically available, then yes, I think
that could be a problem regardless of whether the license is MPL or GPL.