Bug#410094: hyphenation patterns distributed without license and copyright information
Many hyphenation patterns are distributed without copyright and
license information. It seems that most patterns are copied from the
Openoffice.org sources, where these files are now removed.
A detailed analysis for each hyphenation pattern can be found in
#410079. koffice includes many identical files, but has some
differing files as well. Contrary to scribus, which at least tries to
include the license information, koffice doesn't have this information