On 08/19/2015 09:28 PM, Christopher Meng wrote:
I've been packaging ZPAQ for years, and recently when I decide to
push it to Fedora I found its license had been changed from GPLv3 to
Public Domain, I'm not sure if it's acceptable for Fedora, since the
code "includes code from libdivsufsort 2.0 (C) Yuta Mori, 2003-2008,
MIT license, public domain code for AES from libtomcrypt by Tom St
Denis and public domain code for salsa20 by D. J. Bernstein."
Uh...Is it OK?
Yeah. Just be sure you list all the licenses in play in the spec,
probably something like:
License: Public Domain and MIT