> precedent.  You're the only one that's mentioned the word "law".

"The interpretaion of a licence via court precedent" to quote you would
be the law (or more properly the legal system). Defined by politicians and
interpreted by the courts. Thus what dictates the content of Fedora and
what can lawfully be shipped is the law, which is defined by the
politicial process.

The Fedora Project can only ship those items which it is permitted in law
to ship. That means it must respect trademark, copyright and patent law
in the countries in which it is based and operates.

Nor can the Fedora project change the licences in software it ships -
almost without exception it is not the copyright holder of the components
in question.


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