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Re: sharpmusique in Debian

> > Is there any legal reason why sharpmusique is not in Debian, given that
> > multiple .deb packages already exist?
> If you're going to ask about a license (which is what I assume you are
> doing), please include the license in question (unless it is in
> /usr/share/common-licenses).  In this case, the license in question is
> the GNU General Public License, version 2.
> I see no legal reason why this is not in Debian.  I do see a technical
> reason: no one wants to make packages, apparently, since the RFP in
> question is still open (345903).

I realize that the license works, and I apologize for not mentioning
that. I just wondered if there were any DMCA-related issues, not knowing
what implication those have on Debian, inasmuch as the package was
created by reverse-engineering a proprietary protocol.


And marine
Now get a shave
That's quick and clean

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