On Sun, Sep 9, 2018 at 2:40 PM Akarshan Biswas
> On 8.9.2018 22:45, Sai Praneeth Reddy wrote:
> A bit off topic:
> If you are trying to put this package to rpmfusion, is it for legal
> reasons? If so, prepare for this copr repo to be deleted any time.
> Copr shares the same legal rules as Fedora.
I already sent an email here but it is not showing. Anyway,
The copr repo is compiled without restricted codecs(All the restricted code is already
deleted before uploading) for testing. But since most of web streams restricted codec aka
h264 video. The purpose of this copr repo doesn't met as only youtube streams vp9.
This is why the project is moving to a separate package with all the restricted codecs on
I'm perhaps not clear on what the coverage is here. Is this article
meant to cover the upstream codebase, or a legally OK Fedora or COPR
codebase? The Magazine can't point users at code that's not legal for
them to run.