Re: Unclear source data situation
On Martes 11 Enero 2011 12:09:01 MJ Ray escribió:
> Noel David Torres Taño wrote:
> > No comments on this?
> I didn't understand what anyone was meant to do with it.
> Make it easy to understand what you want
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Well, I want to know the opinion of debian-legal about the license and
copyright expressed in the first e-mail
http://lists.debian.org/debian-legal/2010/12/msg00030.html , since I'm
packaging it and I do not want to get Debian in trouble.
The point is that data comes from ESA and the original terms under they were
fetched are not available, but only in the Internet Archive.
Could somebody with better legal knowledge than me help clearing this?