On Sun, Aug 04, 2013 at 03:05:21PM -0700, T.C. Hollingsworth wrote:
On Sun, Aug 4, 2013 at 1:44 AM, Till Maas
> The guideline should be to ask upstream to fix the meta data. In case of
> missing license text (e.g. source code with a GPL header but no copy of
> the GPL itself), it is also upstream's task to fix it and the packager's
> to ask for it. And if upstream fixes it, the debian font packagers do
> not need to replicate Fedora's effort.
We absolutely want this fixed upstream first. I adjusted the draft to
Sometime this week I'm going to file bugs against all the affected
font packages to give packages an opportunity to work with their
upstreams to correct this.
Please provide actual recommendations about how to run the ttname
command to the guidelines before filing bugs. And get the guideline
approved to avoid unnecessary changes. Also this does not seem to be
really a MUST guideline as long as it is not a MUST guideline to add the
GPL license text to all GPL licensed packages if the license text is not