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Re: Hello

> > http://root.cern.ch/root/License.html
> > Imagine your are the package maintainer -- do you really want to ask the
> > upstream authors for every typing error you fix in the documentation?
> I am far from expert at licenses, but it seems to me that the phrasing "Users of
> the software are asked to feed back problems, benefits, and/or suggestions about
> the software to the ROOT Development Team" doesn't actually force people who
> make changes to the software back to the ROOT people. 
I was referring to 
"Additionally, the authors grant permission to modify this software and
its documentation for any purpose, provided that such modifications are
not distributed without the explicit consent of the authors and that
existing copyright notices are retained in all copies."

So you need to get the consent for any modification.

A discussion from 2003 on debian-legal:

My concerns are for "main"; I can't judge wether non-free would be


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