On Sat, Aug 27, 2011 at 8:27 AM, Roy Bamford <neddyseag...@gentoo.org> wrote: > On 2011.08.26 23:06, Mike Gilbert wrote: >> I have been maintaining an ebuild for Google Chrome in an overlay. It >> basically extracts a deb file to /opt. This serves as an easy >> alternative for people who do not have the patience to compile >> Chromium. >> >> Now that I have developer access, I would like to move this to the >> tree. Before doing so, I need some advice on how to deal with the >> EULA. >> >> I think clause 2.2 (B) allows me to avoid a fetch restriction. >> >> I think clause 5.3 prohibits mirroring. >> >> Do I need to worry about anything else here? >> >>  http://www.google.com/chrome/intl/en/eula_text.html >> >> > > Mike, > > You will need to add the licence to the tree as its a EULA. > The package will need to be masked by the licence. > > If Google provide a click through licence agreement, complying with > clause 2 is out of our hands. If not, licence masking should ensure > that users read the licence before they install and subsequently use > the package. >
Thanks for the info from everyone. I have added the license to the tree and EULA group and will add the ebuild with RESTRICT=mirror later this weekend.