On Fri, 14 Oct 2016, Daniel Bareiro wrote:
> For the current license, this could make it a candidate for
> incorporation in the Debian repositories again?
We don't usually distribute software against upstream wishes. I suppose
there are exceptions, but IMHO there aren't any exceendingly good
reasons to have imapsync as one of them.
I am not going to even bother trying to understand if we can actually
distribute imapsync in Debian main given its very unusual license:
Besides, it looks like the software is priced extremely fairly. You pay
to help its continuing development *once* per lifetime. If EUR 50 is
too much, read carefully the section about the price in bitcoins...