On Fri, 2008-01-18 at 09:47 -0500, David Malcolm wrote:
"Review Request: python-xmltramp - xmltramp is a pythonic API for
working with XML"
The payload is a single file:
which has this text:
__copyright__ = "(C) 2003-2006 Aaron Swartz. GNU GPL 2."
Re comment #2 of the review:
"this package should include License text or file.
Ask upstream to release either tarball containing this script and
license or ask
them to put license text in that script.
It seemed simplest to add an appropriate header text to the script,
so I emailed the upstream author requesting he do this (with proposed
patches; message attached).
I've not heard back.
Is this a blocker for inclusion of this code in Fedora, or is the "GNU
GPL 2" text in the script good enough as is?
Not a blocker, tag it as License: GPLv2 and put a comment in the spec
file about the missing License text.