Thanks, it was also what I understood, I just asked in case of exception
but I prefer like this.
Le lundi 15 décembre 2014 à 10:09 -0600, Rex Dieter a écrit :
On 12/15/2014 10:01 AM, alexis jeandet wrote:
> I would need to put two evil packages for digilent's analog discovery
> board on Copr. This package would contain digilent adept runtime
and digilent waveform SDK
> in both case I got an explicit authorization to package it as long as I
> don't use it for anything else than digilent products (an other ugly
> point). The thing is that in my lab we write gpl apps which rely on this
> api and I would like to share this apps on copr.
> An other point, reverse engineering this crap would be really long since
> there is an FPGA inside and as usual no source code for it...
> So is it allowed in such case to build a closed source package since it
> doesn't really fit the Firmware exception(some files are libs).
I would guess no:
You agree not to use Coprs to upload software code or other material
* is governed in whole or in part by a license not contained in the list
of acceptable licenses for Fedora, currently located at
, as that list may be revised
from time to time by the Fedora Project Board;
Assuming the "evil" license in question here is not on the acceptable
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