Hi Thorsten,

On 02/28/2015 07:36 PM, Sebastiaan Couwenberg wrote:
> On 02/28/2015 05:00 PM, Thorsten Alteholz wrote:
>> > Unfortunately you can not mix GPLv2 and GPLv3 software.
> Excluding the dxf2shp_converter plugin in a repacked upstream tarball is
> probably the best short term solution on the Debian side. This should
> allow the combined work to fall under the GPL-3+.

I've uploaded a new revision of qgis 2.8.1 with a repacked upstream
tarball from which the dxf2shp converter plugin is excluded.

>> > License: ElvenSword says:
>> >  * Do not Rip/Merge with other artists work. Example: All in one
>> >    gradients by Merger/Ripper Nickname) for download/sell
>> > This is non-free and aren't you doing this with all the other stuff in 
>> > resources/cpt-city-qgis-min/*?
>> > 
>> > So I am afraid, there needs to be a new revision of this software.
> The cpt-city gradients collection included in QGIS states in its
> README.txt that copyright belong to the respective gradient authors.
> [...]
> Since the cpt-city collection doesn't claim to be by a different author,
> the "Do not Rip/Merge with other artists work." clause doesn't seem
> applicable. The example describes a collection of gradients claiming to
> be by a different author than the ones included.
> Do you think this an acceptable interpretation of the ElvenSword license
> terms?

Is this OK, or shall I also exclude the es gradient from the upstream

Kind Regards,


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