Re: Problem with one package that use php License
. Which is bogus. Furthermore, the license says:
Products derived from this software may not be called "PHP", nor
may "PHP" appear in their name, without prior written permission
This means you should have written permission before you are allowed to
publish a derived product (such as a Debian package) called
"php-xml-serializer"_something. If I understand this all correctly,
Debian should have such a written permission before it can publish such
a package, too.
Hum, I understood that problem is name's package, php-xml-serializer.
If I change to ,, ex. pear-xml-serializer, . Solve problem ?
I tried to contact upstream developers, but just 2 answer me, and
asked why they can change license.
I tell why to them and one didnt answer and another tell that he wont
Perhaps it'd be best to politely ask on the PEAR developers mailing list
what they think about the PHP license on code which does _not_ include
the Zend engine nor PHP itself. As suggested on Debian legal, some
explanation about packaging PHP-licensed PEAR modules would be welcome.
Unfortunately, quite often people are not very keen on discussing
licensing issues :(
Yes,, this is true.