Tom Callaway wrote:
Absolutely not. If we cannot include it in Fedora for any legal
then it cannot go in a COPR.
Just out of curiosity... As far as I know, it is not allowed to include in Fedora free
software that is useless without some nonfree one (‘contrib’ in Debian lingo) — free game
engines that require nonfree art is the most notable category.
Yet OpenXCOM  or OpenRCT2  are shipped in COPR.
Or is that an ethical reason rather than legal? If yes, is there something else that is
ethical for COPR but not for Fedora?