Re: logo license with debian - no warranty missing?
Gerfried Fuchs <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On #debian-www "will" raised concerns that there might be issues with
> respect to our logo license for including the debian lettering. It
> doesn't contain a warranty waiver, and given that we publish svg
> images which could contain potential harmful scripting (from will's
> interpretation, not sure if that actually is possible or if there is
> some sandbox involved?) this might be considered an issue.
This does seem to be a valid concern. The SVG standard allows for
documents to contain executable code for animation with ECMAScript
So that at least makes it plausible that an SVG image could contain
> Is this something we should change? Not worry about? "Much Ado Nothing"?
I think it would be prudent to add a warranty disclaimer like those
found in Expat license terms or similar.
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