Copying fedora-legal-list (where we should start having more public
On Wed, 2007-08-08 at 14:27 -0400, Todd Zullinger wrote:
Tom spot Callaway wrote:
> Eh, I suppose there is no difference. I'll nuke LGPL+ off the list.
I suppose we'll need to let the few folks that updated their specs to
use LGPL+ then? Here's the list:
devel/hunspell-en/hunspell-en.spec:License: LGPL+ and BSD
devel/hunspell-hr/hunspell-hr.spec:License: LGPL+ or SISSL
devel/hunspell-pl/hunspell-pl.spec:License: LGPL+ or GPL+ or MPLv1.1
devel/p7zip/p7zip.spec:License: LGPLv2 and (LGPL+ or CPL)
Yeah. Would you mind emailing these folks, with apologies?
BTW, over 1000 packages now have the proper license tags. That
leaves a large amount with invalid tags, but I was looking for the
positive point of view for once. :)
I've been running my little check-licenses.py script each day to
follow the progress. There've been a few changes to the short names
since I started doing this. Are you working with Ville to keep the
changes synced with rpmlint? I'm using the config from rpmlint in my
tests and am wondering if there's an easier way to sync changes than
by doing diffs on the wiki?
The attached diff attempts to sync up the changes to the short names
on the wiki with the rpmlint config. Perhaps it will be useful to you
We've talked about it, and we're going to resync when things quiet down
a bit. There are several licenses still out for review at the FSF.