On 04/14/2016 05:22 PM, Michael Cronenworth wrote:
Fedora guidelines prohibit the inclusion of game system emulators
since they all require proprietary, and copy protected, ROM files in
order to be useful.
Those wishing to ship these programs for Fedora have placed them in
Copr is starting to house builds of game emulators. These builds will
still require ROMs just as if they were in Fedora.
Copr guidelines (item e) also prohibit anything that Fedora
prohibits. However, Miroslav, via private mail, believes this emulator
is not against Copr guidelines.
What say you, legal?
I'm investigating. That is an old old rule, and I'm always willing to
revisit such things to see if they are still valid.