On Sat, 4 Mar 2006 13:17:57 -0800 Don Armstrong <email@example.com> wrote: > > Perhaps Policy needs an upgrade here... It seems logical to me that > > you must always point to the license which is used. In case of "GPL > > version 2 or later", that is usually understood as "the latest > > version of the GPL" (although of course the user may choose to use > > an earlier version, as long as it's at least version 2). > > Yes, that's what you should do. In the instant case, because the > program is licenced under 2 or later, the right thing to do is to > point at the GPL symlink. I think this is why the Policy says you should point to `GPL' instead of `GPL-2'. You should point out what is the first suitable version of the GPL in debian/copyright, but the latest version will always be good. So, every legal issues seems to be okay now. Any sponsors? Cheers. -- KiyuKo <eof AT kiyuko DOT org> "Like Russian Rulette with six bullets loaded"
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