Official judgements and rationales on freedom of a work for Debian (was: Judgement about the EUPL)
Sven Bartscher <email@example.com> writes:
> As I know (maybe I just didn't found it) there is no "final judgement"
> about the EUPL.
> I don't know who makes this final judgement (or more generally how it
> is made). But I think it's time to make it.
The judgement of whether a work is suitable for Debian is the
responsibility of the ftpmaster team.
This forum is a resource for the Debian ftpmaster team, allowing
interested parties to discuss what legal issues may affect the entry of
(or continuing presence of) a work in Debian. But TTBOMK nothing here is
to be taken as a “final judgement”.
I don't know of any better way of reliably divining the will of the
ftpmaster team, without submitting the work for entry to Debian.
Nor do I know how to reliably divine, even *after* a decision is made,
the rationale of the decisions the ftpmaster team make on the freedom of
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