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Re: license requirements for a book, for CamlERS!

On Mon, Jan 28, 2002 at 03:01:30PM +0100, Stefano Zacchiroli wrote:
> [ "private" answer, only for debian camlers ]
> On Mon, Jan 28, 2002 at 02:51:03PM +0100, Sven wrote:
> > Stefano, ...
> > 
> > Just upload the package, there will be someone checking the package and its
> > licence, since it is a new package, and he will be one of the peoples you will
> > have to convince and who has the final saying.
> Probably you are right Sven, I'm going crazy with debian-legal guys.  I
> thought that on such a list I can find lawyers that can safely told me:
> "yes, this comply with DFSG" or "no, you are fool, this absolutely is
> non-free sw!" but from the thread you have read .... none of this!
> Frankly, what you think about that license? Where you will upload the
> package if you have to be the maintaine?

Mmm, just upload it to main, the guardians of the override file will see what
is better, you can then discuss with them, and if it is not ok, just upload it
to contrib/non-free.

If they tard to reply, just answer the mail about the override file, like it
is said in it.

> IMH(IANAL)O, the "aggregate distribution" solutions is nice and fits
> with DFSG.

Too deep for me, ...


Sven Luther

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