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Re: Legality of Fedora in production environment



Josh Boyer wrote:
The Fedora wiki pages link to a list of all approved licenses for
packages.  You could systematically go through and print off each of
these.

In general, some of packages can have its unique licenses, which compatible with Fedora, but have its own text...

It's a bit hard for Fedora to distribute hard copy material given that
Fedora doesn't distribute anything physical.

But it is more hard for individual user to print, translate and certify.

Moreover, there are enough troubles with "Fedora in production environment" due to innovations/stabilities. An addition of legal issues can just kill it. Theoretically, it can lead to a situation, when RHEL, based on Fedora as the upstream, will be based on distro which actually is not used/tested anywhere in business/production.


~buc


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