I'm packaging "Golly", a cellular automata program, and Jason Tibbitts
pointed out that while Golly uses a GPLv2+ license, that an included
library of patterns uses a different license:
This lexicon is copyright © Stephen Silver, 1997-2005. It may be
and/or modified as long as due credit is given. This includes not
to those who have contributed in some way to the present version
but also credit to those who have made any modifications.
This license looks to me to be even less restrictive than a 2-clause BSD
license. Is this license acceptable for files in a Fedora package? And
if so, what should I call it in the License tag?
The package review bug is: