kde-settings currently has:
License: Public Domain
This made sense when all it contained was configuration settings such as
foo=false, which are clearly not a form of creative expression, but these
days kde-settings is growing some code snippets, e.g.:
* RPM dependency extractors
* possibly a Plasma initialization script
Those code snippets are probably copyrightable, and it is not legal for us
European contributors to just declare them Public Domain.
Therefore, I propose that we put kde-settings under the MIT License, in
particular this variant:
which is the default license for Code contributions to Fedora, and which is
effectively as permissive as Public Domain, but legally sound worldwide.