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Předmět: SPDX Statistics - L'Aigle meteorite edition
Datum: Fri, 26 Apr 2024 20:20:43 +0200
Od: Miroslav Suchý <msuchy@redhat.com>
Společnost: Red Hat Czech, s.r.o.
Komu: Development discussions related to Fedora <devel@lists.fedoraproject.org>

Hot news:

   Automated migration of "trivial" conversions is in process. I migrated bunch of licenses that are only seldomly used. The bigger group (GPL*) are waiting at the starting line, but Jilayne asked me to wait a moment as she wants to check few things. I expect that the progress resumes after Red Hat summit (May 6-9).

Two weeks ago we had:

* 23901 spec files in Fedora

* 30551 license tags in all spec files

* 10964 tags have not been converted to SPDX yet

* 4964 tags can be trivially converted using `license-fedora2spdx`

* Progress: 64,11% ░░░░░░████ 100%

ELN subset:

100 out of 2397 packages are not converted yet (progress 95.83%)

Today we have:

* 23943 spec files in Fedora

* 30600 license tags in all spec files

* 10639 tags have not been converted to SPDX yet

* 4689 tags can be trivially converted using `license-fedora2spdx`

* Progress: 65,23% ░░░░░░████ 100%

ELN subset:

94 out of 2394 packages are not converted yet (progress 96.07%)

Graph of these data with the burndown chart:


The list of packages needed to be converted is here:


List by package maintainers is here


List of packages from ELN subset that needs to be converted:


New version of fedora-license-data has been released. With:
    7 new licenses (plus two public domain declarations).
    10 licenses are waiting to be review by SPDX.org (and then to be added to fedora-license-data) https://gitlab.com/fedora/legal/fedora-license-data/-/issues/?label_name%5B%5D=SPDX%3A%3Ablocked

Legal docs and especially


was updated too.

License analysis of remaining packages: http://miroslav.suchy.cz/fedora/spdx-reports/

New projection when we will be finished is 2025-04-06 (+5 days from last report).  Pure linear approximation.

If your package does not have neither git-log entry nor spec-changelog entry mentioning SPDX and you know your license tag matches SPDX formula, you can put your package on ignore list


Either pull-request or direct email to me is fine.

Why L'Aigle meteorite? On today's date at 1803 meteorite fell upon the town L'Aigle in France. More than 3000 fragments reached ground. Previously scientists believed that meteorites were terrestrial. But this event brought first evidence that meteorites are extraterrestrial.