Copyright issues GPL-PHP license
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I'm trying to partecipate to the Utnubu  project, which aims at providing
Debian with packages already available for *buntu. So, reading the list of
missing packages , I've successfully packaged "nanoweb".
There already is a bug open , but if you read over there, there are (were)
some copyright issues. In fact, the program itself is released under GPLv2 (and
later), while it is based on PHP, which is release under "The PHP License" 
and, as regards the "Zend Component", "The Zend Engine License" .
Now, as Steve Langasek pointed out in that bug report:
"PHP is GPL-incompatible. You cannot distribute GPL software together with
GPL-incompatible software that it depends on without a license exemption from
the copyright holder of the GPL software."
What do you think about this? Should I file an ITP (the package is ready)?
Should I contact debian-legal (I'll look in their archives before)?
Thanks for your attention,
P.S.: sorry if I won't answer for a week or so, but I won't have connectivity
until Friday - maybe.
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