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Re: GPL and LGPL not acceptable for Fedora!



Harald Hoyer schrieb:
Colin Walters schrieb:
However, I was fairly sure there had to already be something open source out there to use as a start. My initial googling wasn't too successful (a lot of things called licenses), but then I had the bright idea to add "Debian" to my search. Turns out there's a license analyzing script in
...
s.th. like the attached perl script might be a start..
is there a public fedora cvs where I can check that in, so that it can be extended?
btw, I'm not perl guru, don't expect nice code..

ok, with the attached perl script, I quickly spotted for my packages:

initscripts:
Found Licenses: GPLv2, GPL (no version mentioned), GPLv2+

What makes that? GPLv2 ??


cdrkit:
Found Licenses: LGPLv2+, GPLv2, GPL (no version mentioned), LGPLv2.1+, GPLv2+,

What makes that? GPLv2 ??


nmap:
Found Licenses: LGPLv2+, BSD (no advertise clause), GPLv2, BSD (with advertise clause, not GPL conform), GPLv2+

uhh, bad one...

Attachment: checklicense.pl
Description: Perl program

Attachment: smime.p7s
Description: S/MIME Cryptographic Signature


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