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Bug#236721: Squeak in Debian main

This looks like a step in the right direction:


Although it has been noted in this thread that historically Debian has
removed APSL2 packages, and that therefore BSD/MIT would be better. 
Also, it's one thing to get approval from the Squeak board, and quite
another to actually do the work of putting together a relicensed
distribution.  So it seems all we can do now is wait and see.

Now, the question is, in light of this recent development, should Squeak
be removed from the "cannot be packaged" list, or would that be premature?

Also, Lex, in light of the fact that you have packages already (albeit
for the non-DFSG version) and Squeak seems to be moving towards a
solution, is it time to change the RFP to an ITP?


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